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Ingleby Gallery

Ingleby Gallery

Private Gallery
 
Ingleby Gallery Events - January 2009
 
  Come in from the cold and join us for Ingleby Gallery events in January 2009!

Ingleby Gallery will host to a range of events in January

January 2009 Events:

Thursday 8 January, 6pm
Film Club: L'Atalante (1934)
Directed by Jean Vigo (89 mins)
Chosen by Ellsworth Kelly
Tickets are free. Please email events@inglebygallery.com to book your free place.

Thursday 15 January, 6-6.30pm
Art Walk: A guided tour of the Ellsworth Kelly and Luca Frei exhibitions
No booking required

Thursday 29 January, 6pm
Film Club: After Hours (1985)
Directed by Martin Scorcese (96 mins)
Chosen by Luca Frei
Tickets are free. Please email events@inglebygallery.com to book your free place.

Friday 30 January, 7.30pm
Peter Gregson - The Words on The Wall
Peter Gregson, award winning cellist and pioneer of contemporary music will perform Benjamin Britten's magnificent Second Cello Suite. The evening will also feature music by Milton Mermikides, Max Richter, John Metcalfe, Joby Talbot, James Macmillan and Sally Beamish. The whole evening will be fully interactive - remember to bring your mobile phones, but please, keep them switched on!
Tickets: 10 (5 conc)

Please visit www.thewordsonthewall.com or contact Ingleby Gallery to purchase your ticket.

If you not visited us yet, these events are a great opportunity to see the new gallery and our current exhibitions:

ELLSWORTH KELLY: Fifteen Plant Lithographs from the Artist's Collection
until 31 January 2009

LUCA FREI
until 28 January 2009

RACHEL WHITEREAD
Billboard for Edinburgh until 31 January 2009

For more information about our events or exhibition programme, please contact Ingleby Gallery.

Images:
Ellsworth Kelly

Oak III (1992)

Luca Frei
no title (2008)
 
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