Sargent's Daughters opened in November 2013 on New York's Lower East Side. The gallery's focus is on contemporary art that has a strong historical lineage while challenging current aesthetic conventions. Sargent's Daughters takes its name from the painter John Singer Sargent, who was an innovator working in a traditional medium. Accordingly, the gallery interest is in artists whose work combines the same qualities of tradition and cutting edge.
In addition to solo exhibitions by emerging artists and mid-career artists, the gallery programs two-person and small group exhibitions to create new conversations within the context of each artist's work. Sargent's Daughters produces artist catalogues to further the discourse of contemporary art.
Sargent's Daughters does not accept unsolicited submissions of any kind.