Ingrid Pollard, DENY IMAGINE ATTACK (detail), 1991, silver gelatine multiple images, 87 x 74cm. © and courtesy of the artist
20 March-15 May
One Sunday per month, we offer a quiet hour tailored to support visitors with neurodiversity, inclusive of communication or sensory needs.
Ear defenders and sensory aids are available from the desk, the hand dryers in the toilets are switched off, and tickets are limited to reduce the number of people in the galleries. Loud or potentially triggering artworks will also have the volume reduced, or will be turned off.
Dates & Times
- Sunday 20 March | 10am – 11am
- Sunday 24 April | 10am – 11am
- Sunday 15 May | 10am – 11am
About the Exhibition
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.