Lotte Inch Gallery

Ian Jones, Food and Drink Editor
Lotte Inch Gallery
Lotte Inch Gallery

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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, near St Mary’s Abbey and just a stone’s throw from the York Art Gallery and the Minster.

It’s a space to discover new artists, designers and makers, alongside established names and figures. The gallery space is a truly welcoming and inclusive place with a regularly changing programme of exhibitions. Carefully sourced collectable ceramics, design items, jewellery and gifts complement the exhibitions – whatever aspect of art you’re interested in, you’re likely to find something to tickle your fancy at this contemporary gallery.

The main space itself showcases a dazzling range of mixed media work by local and global artists, craftspeople and makers, carefully curated by the owner – a former National Trust worker – to blend genres and forms, with an eye on the traditions.

If you’re looking for original takes on traditional arts and crafts, Lotte Inch Gallery will make an unmissable day out, and one that deserves repeat visits. You can also purchase a range of gifts, including one of a kind greeting cards and exquisite pieces of jewellery to make for truly unique presents for your friends and loved ones.

14 BoothamYorkYO30 7BL View map
Telephone: 01904 848660 Visit Now

Opening Hours

  • Thursday10:00am - 5:00pm
  • Friday10:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday10:00am - 5:00pm

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

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