The Sunday Painter

The Sunday Painter The Sunday Painter is a commercial gallery located South Lambeth Road, London The Sunday Painter is a commercial gallery located on South Lambeth Road, London

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Images of Sins & Virtues now up, the exhibition has been extended to the 24th of November, no excuses not to come and vi...
29/10/2018
Sins and Virtues | The Sunday Painter

Images of Sins & Virtues now up, the exhibition has been extended to the 24th of November, no excuses not to come and visit this ambitious installation.

Sins and Virtues Nicholas Pope 15 September - 24 November 2018 *Exhibition extended until 24 November*   View essay by George Vasey   Nicholas Pope b.1949. Lives and Works in Ledbury and London, UK. Selected past exhibitions include Sticky Intimacy, Chapter, Cardiff, UK, 2016, Baldock Pope Zahle, ...

More information on Rob Chavasse's upcoming show the Gallerist, thanks to FAD Magazine
19/02/2018
Rob Chavasse The Gallerist - FAD Magazine

More information on Rob Chavasse's upcoming show the Gallerist, thanks to FAD Magazine

The Gallerist is an exhibition by Rob Chavasse. The Gallerist reflects on almost two decades of friendship with Will Jarvis, co-director of The Sunday Painter.

The Sunday Painter's cover photo
19/02/2018

The Sunday Painter's cover photo

Beatriz Olabarrieta show "The only way out is in" in Mousse magazine
17/12/2017
Beatriz Olabarrieta “The only way out is in” at The Sunday Painter, London

Beatriz Olabarrieta show "The only way out is in" in Mousse magazine

I’m sitting at a table on a chair that is too stiff in an o ce that is too warm, connected to the world outside by an old computer, telephone, mobile and window onto the street below. A neglected fax machine lies in the corner. I’ve got no idea where the router is but the …

16/08/2017

We are looking for an intern to start in September. Please email [email protected] for further details

Emma Hart's 'Mamma Mia' at The Whitechapel reviewed in The Evening Standardhttp://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/arts/emma-...
12/07/2017
Emma Hart: Max Mara Prize, exhibition review – Enthralling

Emma Hart's 'Mamma Mia' at The Whitechapel reviewed in The Evening Standard

http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/arts/emma-hart-max-mara-prize-exhibition-review-enthralling-a3585931.html

Emma Hart’s Italian residency, the reward for winning the Max Mara prize, proved a profound experience. In Milan, she witnessed the Milan Systems Approach, a radical therapy focusing on the “spaces” between people rather than on individuals. In Deruta, she discovered Renaissance maiolica; in Rome sh...

Roberta Smith reviews Talking Pictures at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, featuring Cynthia Daignault:https://www.nytime...
07/07/2017
An Exhibition Worth Thousands of Words

Roberta Smith reviews Talking Pictures at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, featuring Cynthia Daignault:

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/06/arts/design/an-exhibition-worth-thousands-of-words.html?rref=collection%2Fsectioncollection%2Fdesign&action=click&contentCollection=design®ion=stream&module=stream_unit&version=latest&contentPlacement=1&pgtype=sectionfront

In “Talking Pictures” artists converse in image, by cellphone, in a challenge established by a Met Museum curator.

Elephant Magazine
12/06/2017
Elephant Magazine

Elephant Magazine

It's that time of year again... What to see at LISTE - Art Fair Basel with The Sunday Painter, Ellis King, Koppe Astner and more!

Artworks London
03/05/2017
Artworks London

Artworks London

"The resulting display celebrates the ubiquity of paper, the far-reaching uses of it and its versatility in the hands of inventive artists."

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Ned McConnell reviews 'Assorted Paper', on now at The Sunday Painter.

29/04/2017

The gallery will be closed today due to the ongoing crime scene on Blenheim Grove

We are very pleased to announce that Cynthia Daignault has joined the gallery!Cynthia Daignault approaches painting as a...
28/04/2017

We are very pleased to announce that Cynthia Daignault has joined the gallery!

Cynthia Daignault approaches painting as a long form act, treating it as a cinematic, durational medium. Interested in narrative and time-based work, she experiments with bringing those concepts and histories into painting, with memory, history, and landscape being some of the ideas she addresses.

Born in 1978, she lives and works between Baltimore, MD, and New York, NY. Daignault received a BA from Stanford University, Stanford, CA, in 2001, was a MacDowell Colony Fellow, and was the recipient of a Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant. She has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions, including The Pure Products of America Go Crazy, Capital, San Francisco, CA, 2017, There is nothing I could say that I haven’t thought before, Flag Art Foundation, NY (2017) and Stems Gallery, Brussels, Belgium (2016); Light Atlas, Lisa Cooley, New York, NY (2015); Home, This must be the place, Rowhouse Project, Baltimore, MD (2015); among others. Her paintings have been included in major museum group exhibitions, including at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (2015); the Fort Worth Modern (2014); the Brooklyn Museum (2014); and many others. In 2017, Daignault will be exhibiting at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY; MASS MOCA, North Adams, MA; and the Herron Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN. She will have a solo show at The Sunday Painter in September 2017.

For further information please contact [email protected]

Image:
I Love You More Than One More Day, 2013
Oil on linen
365 canvases (10"x15" each)

The Sunday Painter's cover photo
20/03/2017

The Sunday Painter's cover photo

Gillian Lowndes reviewed in Frieze and Art Review
03/03/2017

Gillian Lowndes reviewed in Frieze and Art Review

Alex Rathbone at Valentin, Paris until 11 March http://moussemagazine.it/bradford-hurst-kessler-and-alex-rathbone-at-val...
10/02/2017
Bradford Hurst Kessler and Alex Rathbone at Valentin, Paris

Alex Rathbone at Valentin, Paris until 11 March http://moussemagazine.it/bradford-hurst-kessler-and-alex-rathbone-at-valentin-paris-2017/

Bradford Hurst Kessler 1 Behold ye helpless patients inside the city walls! 2 Here within the cold steel and stone the liars of the ancient school dance in divine costumes from which value has been masqueraded in for centuries. 3 Those old gents rhyme with threats, curses, criticism, mockery and…

'Entangled: Threads and Making' opens today at Turner Contemporary, featuring Samara Scott:http://www.independent.co.uk/...
28/01/2017
Girl power: Self-knitted pink p***y hats makes show appropriate

'Entangled: Threads and Making' opens today at Turner Contemporary, featuring Samara Scott:

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/art/features/entangled-threads-making-turner-contemporary-margate-exhibition-louise-bourgeois-trump-marches-a7548736.html

It has been a week dominated by politics, with the swearing in of President Trump and huge women’s marches in the US, London and around the world. Many women marching were wearing self-knitted pink p***y hats, women united in rejecting Trump’s position as a world leader for, amongst other reasons, h...

Nice Condo write up
17/01/2017
Critic’s Guide: London

Nice Condo write up

Rosanna McLaughlin presents her highlights from the second edition of Condo

The Sunday Painter's cover photo
05/01/2017

The Sunday Painter's cover photo

Gillian Lowndes featured in AnOther Magazine. Exhibition runs until 23rd
16/12/2016
Celebrating the 20th Century’s Most Radical Ceramic Artist

Gillian Lowndes featured in AnOther Magazine. Exhibition runs until 23rd

Gillian Lowndes' radical application of found objects singles her out as one of her medium’s most daring practitioners, and yet her legacy has been largely left in the dark, until now

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