Man leaning against a tree wearing a yellow jacket with a red flower

Ingrid Pollard, Self Evident, 1995 (detail), © and courtesy the artist

Announcing Ingrid Pollard: Carbon Slowly Turning

We are delighted to announce our next major exhibition, Ingrid Pollard: Carbon Slowly Turning.

Ingrid Pollard (born Georgetown, Guyana) is one of the leading figures in contemporary British art. This first major survey of her 40-year career includes delicately hand-tinted landscape photographs, a flotilla of small ceramic boats and a cast of protagonists that includes boxers, musicians, tango dancers and writers. The exhibition also includes two new works – a film that meditates on the human body as it moves through space and time, and a triptych of monumental, dynamic sculptures that reference our shared history of power relations and resurgence.

Winner of the Freelands Award 2020. Exhibition supported by Freelands Foundation.

Supported by a Publications Grant from the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and the Association for Art History. An Exhibition Organised by MK Gallery in partnership with Turner Contemporary

Learn more about the exhibition and book your free tickets here.