Lotte Inch Gallery first came to York in 2012 in the form of a pop-up art gallery space. Three years later, and after a number of small pop-up exhibitions, the gallery is now permanently housed in the centre of the city, just a stones throw from the York Art Gallery and the Minster.
A space to discover new artists, designers and makers, alongside established names and figures, the gallery is a truly welcoming and inclusive place with a regularly changing programme of exhibitions. Carefully sourced collectable ceramics, design items, jewellery and gifts will also complement the exhibitions.
Housed within an intriguing Medieval timber framed building which leans up against the 13th century walls of St Mary’s Abbey, the Gallery offers a unique environment in which to explore art in all its forms, from print and painting to ceramics, jewellery and small-scale sculpture. With a changing programme of group shows and solo exhibitions throughout the year there will, we hope, always be something for every budget and for all tastes.
Lotte herself comes from a background in Art History and Heritage having worked for The National Trust; Scampston Hall and Gardens; and The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery at The University of Leeds, amongst others. Lotte continues to pursue her consultancy work alongside running the Gallery. Her work expands to at-home-consultations and art finding services for individual clients and businesses; as well as research; and freelance curatorial projects. For further information about these consultancy services please visit our consultancy pages, or contact Lotte directly by email.
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