DIRECTOR, THE INGRAM COLLECTION                                                 

JO BARING

Director, The Ingram Collection

Jo Baring is a curator, consultant and arts speaker. Jo has curated exhibitions at museums and public galleries across the country. In 2016 she set up the Ingram Prize which celebrates and supports artistic talent.

Jo is a trustee of arts charities ArtCan and the Artists Collecting Society, is a member of the Association of Women in the Arts, the Association of Professional Art Advisors, sits on the board of the Women of the Year charity, is on the authentication committee for the artist Elisabeth Frink and is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts.

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Tomas Harker, Lotus Tree, 2020. Courtesy of BO.LEE.

“Tomas won the 2018 Ingram Prize. He is one of the most exciting young painters around and presented a solo museum show at The Lightbox in 2019.”

Cecilia Charlton, Quilted Composition, Candida Stevens Gallery.

“I always look forward to seeing what Candida brings to the Fair, as she has such interesting artists and supports artists using different materials. This looks fascinating and I want to learn more about this artist.”

Dave Buoanguidi, Let’s Go Get Lost Together – Europe, 2020. Courtesy of JEALOUS.

“I think we can all relate to this at the moment!”

Olivia Bax, Grille (landscape), 2020. Courtesy of Cross Lane Projects.

“Olivia is one of the best young sculptors working today. She was a finalist in the Ingram Prize and has had some great projects and shows recently. One to watch!”

Ivon Hitchens, Woodland Interior, Shropshire Landscape, c1930-2. Courtesy of Jenna Burlingham Fine Art.

“Jenna always brings star quality Modern British Art to the Fair. This painting by Hitchens is a particular joy.”

Martha Pachon Rodriguez, Starfish bowls (set of 3), 2019. Courtesy of MADEINBRITALY

“I’m always interested in ceramics as I think they work so beautifully as pieces of art in a domestic setting. This are gorgeous. Would love to have them in my own home!”

Tomas Harker, Lotus Tree, 2020. Oil on canvas. 150 x 180cm. Courtesy of BO.LEE.

Tomas Harker, Lotus Tree, 2020. Courtesy of BO.LEE.

“Tomas won the 2018 Ingram Prize. He is one of the most exciting young painters around and we have him a solo museum show at The Lightbox in 2019.”

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Cecilia Charlton, Quilted Composition, Candida Stevens Gallery.

“I always look forward to seeing what Candida brings to the Fair, she has such interesting artists and supports artists using different materials. This looks fascinating and I want to learn more about this artist.”

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Dave Buoanguidi, Let’s Go Get Lost Together – Europe, 2020. Courtesy of JEALOUS.

“I think we can all relate to this at the moment!”

Olivia Bax, Grille (landscape), 2020. Courtesy of Cross Lane Projects.

Olivia Bax, Grille (landscape), 2020. Courtesy of Cross Lane Projects.

“Olivia is one of the best young sculptors working today. She was a finalist in the Ingram Prize and had had some great projects and shows recently. One to watch!”

Ivon Hitchens, Woodland Interior, Shropshire Landscape, c1930-2. Courtesy of Jenna Burlingham Fine Art.

Ivon Hitchens, Woodland Interior, Shropshire Landscape, c1930-2. Courtesy of Jenna Burlingham Fine Art.

“Jenna always being star quality Modern British Art to the Fair. This painting by Hitchens is a particular joy.”

Martha Pachon Rodriguez, Starfish bowls (set of 3), 2019. Courtesy of MADEINBRITALY

Martha Pachon Rodriguez, Starfish bowls (set of 3), 2019. Courtesy of MADEINBRITALY

“I’m always interested in ceramics as I think they work so beautifully as pieces of art in a domestic setting. This are gorgeous. Would love to have them in my own home!”

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