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About the Gallery
Harry Beer and Will Jarvis established The Sunday Painter in 2009 as an artist-run project space to show the work of their friends and peers. Conceived while the founders were art students at the Chelsea College of Arts and the Camberwell College of Arts, the gallery was originally located in a disused function room of a local pub in Peckham. In 2013, The Sunday Painter found a permanent space and transitioned to a commercial gallery model, with Tom Cole joining the gallery as a partner, representing and exhibiting the work of emerging and mid-career artists from the UK and abroad, including Leo Fitzmaurice, Rob Chavasse, Piotr Łakomy, and Samara Scott. In 2017, the gallery moved to its current space in Vauxhall, opening with gallery artist Cynthia Daignault’s first UK solo exhibition. The gallery’s origins are reflected in its commitment to running an artist-first space and cultivating a program that continually confronts, questions, and evolves with itself and the world around it.

Images

Cynthia Daignault, What Happened,  2018.
Exhibition view of The Sunday Painter at Independent New York, 2018.
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