The Trouble with Painting Today – 2014

Exhibiting artists: Russell Chater, Brian Cheeswright, Yumi Chung, Susan Connolly, Sarah Cooney, Daisy Delaney, Robin Footitt, Marita Fraser, Abi Freckleton, Tina Jenkins, Nnena Kalu, Hannah Luxton, William Mackrell, Jaya Mansberger, Cara Nahaul, Raksha Patel, Niki Russell, Ellis Sharpe, Lucy Smalley, Joan Sugrue, Guo-Liang Tan, Sarah West, Felice Zhukov

Private view: Wednesday 29 October 6.30-8.30pm
30 October – 14 December 2014

Curated by Hannah Conroy and members from Wandsworth University of the Third Age.

Pump House Gallery celebrated its second annual open call exhibition The Trouble with Painting Today, curated by Hannah Conroy and members from Wandsworth University of the Third Age (U3A).

Selecting works from over 260 submissions, curators from U3A worked with Hannah to explore painting in all its forms and varieties and presented a reinterpretation of the medium.

By working with people new to the curatorial process, this exhibition offered a new perspective to it, promising to engage the public in a thought provoking and stimulating experience.

The University of the Third Age provides life-enhancing and life-changing opportunities to retired and semi-retired people. Members come together to share their skills and life experiences.

Hannah Conroy is the current Curator of Folkestone Artworks. U3A is an organisation that provides opportunities to learn and discover for retired and semi-retired people.

Pump House Gallery
Battersea Park, London
SW11 4NJ

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