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Alvin Ong and Lucy Gregory win the Ingram Prize

Updated: Mar 26, 2020

Artists Lucy Gregory and Alvin Ong won the Ingram Collection Prize for Young Contemporary Talent.

Their artworks are exhibited at The Cello Factory until the 12th of November.

Ingram Collection annual Purchase Prize for Young Contemporary Talent was established in 2016 to celebrate and support graduating artists at the beginning of their careers, welcoming entries from all artists who have graduated from a UK art school within the previous five years.

The full list of finalists:

Amber Arifeen, Sarra Badel, Sylvia Batycka, Felicity Beaumont, Lucy Bird, Bislacchi, Rob Branigan, William Darrell, Roberta De Caro, Theo Ellison, Matthias Esch, Lucy Gregory, Jane Hayes Greenwood, Flora Malpas, Rory Menage, Susie Olczak, Alvin Ong, Abigail Phang Gung Fook, Emma Prempeh, Nicole Price, Anastasia Russa, Janet Sainsbury, Caroline Streatfield, Andrea V Wright.

Chris Ingram, a serial entrepreneur and philanthropist, began collecting in 2002, and within a decade, had created a substantial private collection of Modern British Art, which was being regularly requested for exhibitions and loans to both national and international galleries and museums. The calibre and breadth of the collection, together with its active lending policy, means that The Ingram Collection is now recognised as one of this country’s most significant, and publicly accessible, collections of Modern British Art.

More information about Ingram Collection


9 – 12 November 2019

2 – 6 pm daily


The Cello Factory 33-34 Cornwall Road London SE1 8TJ

Lucy Gregory, Images Have Legs, 2018

Alvin Ong, Homesick, 2019

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