Originally started as a project space running from a converted function room of a pub in Camberwell, since 2014 the gallery has been operating as a commercial venture with a cross generational group of artists.

Originally started as a project space running from a converted function room of a pub in Camberwell, since 2014 the gallery has been operating as a commercial venture with a cross generational group of artists.

The Sunday Painter
117-119 South Lambeth Road
London
SW8 1XA
+44 781 113 8350
  • Nicholas Pope: Take Off, 14 May - 19 June 2021

    Nicholas Pope

    Take Off, 2021

    Installation view at The Sunday Painter, London

    Nicholas Pope: Take Off

    14 May - 19 June 2021
    Take Off is Nicholas Pope’s second solo exhibition at the gallery. Alongside Pope's series of 'helmet' sculptures and drawings from the 80's and 90's this exhibition focuses on a recently completed body of work and its engagement with a new medium, a soft furnishing of sorts, typical to the artist's work, in which older drawings have been revisited and transmitted into a different medium. This new medium is deep pile carpet which lends itself to the wobbly colourful drawings that are always the starting point for anything that Pope creates. Take Off coincides with two other major exhibitions of Pope'ss work: Portraits of a Marriage at the Holburne Museum, Bath and Heavenly Space at the New Art Centre, Salisbury.