The Sunday Painter originated as a project space in a converted function room of a South London pub. Since 2014 it has been operating as a commercial gallery and currently represents fourteen artists, ranging from a younger multi disciplinary generation, including Cynthia Daignault, Buck Ellison, Emma Hart, Piotr Lakomy, Kate Newby, Samara Scott, to the more established positions of Nicholas...

The Sunday Painter originated as a project space in a converted function room of a South London pub. Since 2014 it has been operating as a commercial gallery and currently represents fourteen artists, ranging from a younger multi disciplinary generation, including Cynthia Daignault, Buck Ellison, Emma Hart, Piotr Lakomy, Kate Newby, Samara Scott, to the more established positions of Nicholas Pope and the Estate of Gillian Lowndes.


Current Exhibition

Buck Ellison: Daughters

End Date: 31/07/2020

Buck Ellison’s 'Daughters' reveals how a Native American ritual ended up as a rule-ridden sport played predominantly by affluent, white New Englanders. Nicknamed the 'little brother of war', the game of lacrosse was originally played by the Iroquois Nation to practice combat. The Iroquois used strips of hide and boiled wood to create the netted sticks required for the sport.…
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Past Exhibitions