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Ikon Gallery is a registered charity and as such, needs to raise funds each year from a range of sources including trusts and foundations, corporate sponsorship, individual supporters and our trading activities, alongside its core funding as one of the Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisations.  All profits are re-invested into supporting artists and education activities.

Ikon is supported using public funding by Arts Council England and Birmingham City Council. Ikon Gallery Limited trading as Ikon. Registered address: 1 Oozells Square, Birmingham B1 2HS. Registered charity no. 528892.

Ikon would like to thank the following for their invaluable support over the past 12 months:
The Ampersand Foundation; ARTiMBARC; The Arts Club; Aston University; Birmingham City University; Brindleyplace; Canal & River Trust; Colby College Museum of Art; Embassy of the Czech Republic in London; Elonex; The Estate of Barry Flanagn; The Ferryman Project; Flatpack Film Festival; Gagosian; Glenn Howells Architects; Grantham Yorke Trust; Henry Moore Foundation; Hilton Garden Inn Brindleyplace; HMP Grendon; Japan Foundation; Peter Jenkins; Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art; Stephen and Sigrid Kirk; Lisson Gallery; Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust; Martin Hall of The Clear Group; Medicine Bakery and Gallery; Modern Art Oxford; Outset; Plus Tate; Saco Serviced Apartments; Selfridges; Thomas Dane Gallery; The University of Birmingham; Waddington Custot; West Midlands Metro and others who wish to remain anonymous.

As a charity, Ikon relies on donations from individuals and businesses. If you would like to support us by making a donation, becoming a patron or leaving a legacy, please visit our Support section or contact our Development team.