Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts
Event Detail

Eye to Eye: Selected Works from the Lambirth Collection

Saturday 27 June - Sunday 06 September
Djanogly Gallery

Exhibitions

In line with the University’s response to Government Guidance, we have postponed Lakeside’s entire programme – exhibitions, workshops, talks and events – until the end of June. More information is available here.‚Äč


Admission free
Open Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm
Sunday 12noon-4pm
Closed Mondays

Djanogly Gallery: Galleries 1 and 1A

After graduating from the University of Nottingham in 1980, Andrew Lambirth went on to make a successful career as a writer, critic and curator, specialising in modern British art. He has published monographs on leading twentieth-century and contemporary artists and for twelve years wrote a weekly column for The Spectator. Having purchased his first work of art whilst still a student, he has gone on – latterly with his wife Sarah – to amass a collection of over 2,000 paintings, drawings and prints. Discriminating and knowledgeable collectors, the Lambirths have formed close personal relationships with many of the artists whose works now adorn the walls of their home.

This exhibition provides the first opportunity to see over a hundred works selected from this impressive private collection.

Artwork featured in exhibition
East Hill, Hastings, Nude 1970 © Jeffery Camp (b. 1923)