Lari Pittman, Thought-form improvisation of the garden of love and trauma, 2012

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The Zabludowicz Collection is one of the most significant and wide-ranging private collections of contemporary art in the world. The approach to collecting is not medium specific but instead is led by a search for the most urgent and uncompromising works across all art forms.

Founded in 1994 by Poju and Anita Zabludowicz, the collection focuses on art made since the 1960s across all disciplines by artists from around the globe, with a major focus on artists based in Europe and North America. The Collection actively encourages the development of artists' practices beyond collecting, by commissioning and supporting the production of new work, and collaborating with other institutions on the loan of works.


Zabludowicz Collection welcomes requests to borrow artworks that will enable our diverse and dynamic collection to reach new audiences, inspire learning and increase public awareness of current innovations in emerging art. Requests should be sent via email to the Exhibitions and Collections Registrar. Please include the following information within your loan request:

  • Artwork (s) | Artist (s)
  • Title of the exhibition
  • Venue(s) and dates
  • Facilities Report

Exhibition and Collection Registrar: Sophie Drewett

Tel: 020 7428 8947


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