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Peter Blake

Geboren: 1932 in Dartford, Kent

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Blake, Peter ◊ London- Westminster Abbey- Animalia, 2012
Blake, Peter ◊ London- Westminster Abbey- Animalia, 2012

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1932 Born 25 June, Dartford, Kent

1946–49 Gravesend Technical College and School of Art; Junior Art Department

1949–51 Gravesend School of Art

1950 Accepted by the Royal College of Art, London

1951–53 National Service in the R.A.F.

1953–56 Royal College of Art, London - First Class Diploma (1956)

1956–57 Leverhulme Research Award to study popular art; travelled in Holland, Belgium, France, Italy and Spain

1958 Guggenheim Painting Award, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

1960–62 Taught at St. Martin's School of Art, London

1960–63 Taught at Harrow School of Art

1961–64 Taught at Walthamstow School of Art

1961 Featured in Ken Russell's B.B.C. 'Monitor' film Pop goes the easel
First Prize Junior Section, John Moores Liverpool Exhibition

1962 First One-Man exhibition, Portal Gallery, London

1963 Married Jann Haworth
Visited Los Angeles to complete a portfolio of drawings for The Sunday Times

1964–76 Taught at Royal College of Art, London

1968 Daughter, Juliette Liberty Blake, born

1969 Moved to Wellow, Avon
Retrospective exhibition at City Art Gallery, Bristol

1973–74 Retrospective exhibition; touring to Amsterdam; Hamburg; Brussels; Arnhem

1974 Daughter, Daisy Blake, born
Elected A.R.A. (Associate Member of the Royal Academy of Arts, London)

1975 Founding member of the Brotherhood of Ruralists, with Jann Haworth, Ann and Graham Arnold, David Inshaw, and Annie and Graham Ovenden; first exhibited as a group in Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, 1976; major group exhibition at Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, 1981; touring to Birmingham; Glasgow; London (Camden Arts Centre)

1979 Separated from Jann Haworth; returned to London

1980 Met Chrissy Wilson

1981 Elected R.A. (Member of the Royal Academy of Arts, London)

1983 Featured in John Read's film Peter Blake: Work in Progress, BBC 2, 21 February
Retrospective exhibition at Tate Gallery, London; touring to Hannover
Awarded C.B.E.

1985 Designed poster for Live Aid, world's largest ever multi-national pop concert on 13 July, in aid of African famine relief

1986 Publication of Marina Vaizey's monograph Peter Blake

1987 Marriage to Chrissy Wilson
Daughter, Rose Blake, born

1988-89 Featured in L.W.T. Arts Festival programme, 31 July

1990 One of three judges for Arts Festival, London
Featured in L.W.T. Arts Festival programme, 25 March
Featured in Channel 4 Daily programme directed by David Roper for Channel 4 Television, 21 March

1994 Third associate artist of the National Gallery

1995 Commissioned to design cover for Paul Weller's 'Stanley Road' album

1998 Made Honorary Doctor, Royal College of Art, London

2001 Designed the cover for 'Brand New Boots and Panties', an album dedicated
to the memory of Ian Dury

2002 Receives Knighthood

2003 Publication of Natalie Rudd's monograph Peter Blake

2004 Creates a new two part bronze sculpture for Blackpool Borough Council’s ‘Great Promenade Show’. Entitled Four Man Up and Equestrian Act, the two columns reach a height of nearly 10 feet.
Designed albums for ‘Me And Mr. Johnson’ for Eric Clapton and ‘Gettin’ In Over My Head’ for Brian Wilson

2005 Designed poster for the Live 8 concert 2nd July 2005
Resigned from the Royal Academy of Arts, London
Interviewed on BBC 10 O’Clock News and BBC One Breakfast by Natasha Kaplinsky and Dermot Murnagham, Radio 4 Today programme and Radio 3 Nightwaves
Produces ‘Peter Blake’s Mystery Tour’ for BBC Radio 3’s programme ‘Between the Ears’ based on a fictional account of a day spent with Marcel Duchamp

2006 Invited to judge the John Moores contemporary painting competition, John Moores 24, along with Tracey Emin, Jason Brooks, Ann Bukantas and Andrea Rose
The South Bank Show presented by Melvyn Bragg and aired on ITV on 19th November focuses on Peter's life and work

2007 Peter Blake: A Retrospective opens at Tate Liverpool in June. The exhibition, of two-dimensional work and in particular painting, presents a survey from the 1950s to the present day

2008 Peter Blake: A Retrospective tours to Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao

Lives and works in London



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Aktuelle und vergangene Ausstellungstermine:
11.11.2008
Peter Blake - Arbeiten von 1956 - 2008
02.11.2010
Das Ohr von Giacometti. (Post-) Surreale Kunst von Meret Oppenheim bis Mariella Mosler


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SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1962 Portal Gallery, London

1965 Robert Fraser Gallery, London

1969 Leslie Waddington Prints, London
Robert Fraser Gallery, London
City Art Gallery, Bristol

1970 Ashgate Gallery, Farnham

1972 Waddington Galleries, London (watercolours and drawings)

1973–74 Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; touring to Kunstverein Hamburg; Gemeentemuseum, Arnhem; Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels

1974 Natalie Stern Gallery, London (print retrospective)

1977 Waddington and Tooth Galleries, London

1978 Waddington Graphics, London

1979 Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames (drawings and prints)

1980 Galleria Documenta, Turin (drawings and prints)

1983 Tate Gallery, London (retrospective); touring to Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover

1984 Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris

1986–87 Watermans Art Centre, Brentford, Middlesex; touring to Turnpike Gallery, Leigh

1988 Nishimura Gallery, Tokyo

1990 Waddington Galleries, London
Wetterling Gallery, Gothenburg, Sweden

1992 Govinda Gallery, Washington D.C. (Eric Clapton sketches)

1993 The Tabernacle Cultural Centre, Machynlleth (silk-screen prints)

1995 Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris

1996–97 Now We Are 64: Peter Blake at the National Gallery, National Gallery, London; touring to Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

1999 A Cabinet of Curiosities from the Collections of Peter Blake, Morley Gallery, London

2000 Peter Blake: About Collage, Tate Liverpool

2001-2006 Alphabet, York College of Further and Higher Education; touring to University College, Northampton; Michael Tippett Centre, Bath; Library Gallery, Kidderminster; Kirkby Gallery; Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport; Bersham Heritage Centre, Museum of Cannock Chase, Hednesford; Pittencrieff House Museum, Dunfermline; Wakefield Art Gallery, Bedales Gallery, Petersfield; Ashfield School, Kirkby in Ashfield; Central Library, Gateshead; The Babylon Gallery, Ely; Mill Green Museum and Mill, Hatfield; Bellshill Cultural Centre; Whitstable Museum and Art Gallery; The London Road Gallery, Northwich; Aberystwyth Arts Centre; Towneley Hall Art Gallery and Museum, Burnley; Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead; St Paul’s School, Barnes; Arts Complex, Solihull; Wingfield Arts, Mansfield Museum and Art Gallery; The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent; Chapel Gallery, Ormskirk; Haworth Art Gallery, Accrington; St Davids Hall, Cardiff – tour continues, further venues to be confirmed

2002 Over the Rainbow, Harley Gallery, Welbeck
Sir Peter Blake/And Now We Are 70, Paul Morris Gallery, New York

2003 Peter Blake, Artiscope (Zaira Mis), Brussels
Peter Blake: Commercial Art, The London Institute Gallery, London (graphic design)
Peter Blake: Sculpture, The London Institute Gallery, London (sculpture)

2005 Peter Blake: 1-10 (Collages, Constructions, Drawings & Sculpture) & The Marcel Duchamp Paintings, Waddington Galleries, London
New Prints by Peter Blake, The Charing X Gallery, London
Peter Blake: Love, Paul Stolper, London (prints)
With a Little Help, Spring Fine Art, Design & Antiques Fair, London

2006 Fine Art, Design and Antiques Fair, Olympia
Peter Blake: 1975-2005, Bjorn Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm
Peter Blake Prints and Sculpture, The Harley Gallery, Welbeck

2006-2007 Peter Blake An Alphabet, Paul Stolper, London (prints)

2007 Peter Blake: A Retrospective, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool; touring to Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Bilbao
Peter Blake: Alphabet, Rook Lane Arts, Frome; touring to Ashfield School, Kirkby in Ashfield; City Museum & Arts Gallery, Gloucester; Dean Close School, Cheltenham; Riverhouse, Walton-on-Thames; April Hinkley Library (organized by Hayward Touring on behalf of the Arts Council, England)
An Alphabet by Peter Blake, Paul Stolper, London (prints)


GROUP EXHIBITIONS

1954 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

1955 Paintings by Tutors and Students at the R.C.A., Exeter
The Observer Exhibition of Portraits of Children, R.W.S. Galleries, London
Daily Express Young Artists' Exhibition, New Burlington Galleries, London
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

1956 Summer Selection, Prospect Gallery, London

1958 Five Painters (with John Barnicoat, Peter Coviello, William Green and Richard Smith), Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
The Guggenheim Painting Award 1958: British Section, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

1959 Six from Now, Cambridge

1960 Theo Crosby: sculpture, Peter Blake: objects, John Latham: libraries, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
Grass by Tony Gifford, Gold by Peter Blake, New Vision Centre, London
Peter Blake, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Ivor Abrahams, Portal Gallery, London
The Mysterious Sign, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
D.A.N.A.D. Design, Portal Gallery, London

1961 Young Commonwealth Artists Exhibition of New Art, R.B.A. Galleries, London
Momentum, Raille Gallery, London
Aspects of Collage, Brook Street Gallery, London
Drawings by Six Painters and Two Sculptors, Rawinsky Gallery, London
Pauline Boty, Peter Blake, Christine Porter, Geoffrey Reeve, A.I.A. Gallery, London
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

1962 John Moores Prizewinners, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
British Self-portraits from Sickert to the present day, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Arts Council exhibition); touring to Leeds; Birmingham; Aberystwyth; Leicester; Salford; Guildford; Bournemouth
British Painting Today and Yesterday, Arthur Tooth and Sons, London
Summer 1962: a selection of paintings by members of the A.I.A., A.I.A. Gallery, London
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Festival of Labour: Exhibition of New Art, Congress House, London
New Approaches to the Figure, Arthur Jeffress Gallery, London
Six Young Painters, Cheltenham Art Gallery
Towards Art?, Royal College of Art, London
New Realists, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York

1962–63 British Art Today, San Francisco Museum of Art; touring to Dallas Museum of Contemporary Arts; Santa Barbara Museum of Art

1963 1962: One Year of British Art, Arthur Tooth and Sons, London
Drawings by Artists of Two Generations, Grabowsky Gallery, London
Pop Art, Midland Group, Nottingham
Towards Art? (Selection from the Royal Academy of Arts), Arts Council Gallery, Cambridge
British Painting in the Sixties, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
Obsession and Fantasy, Robert Fraser Gallery, London
Englische Malerei der Gegenwart, Helmhaus, Zurich
Dunn International Exhibition, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick; touring to Tate Gallery, London
Troisiéme Biennale de Paris, Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris
Drawings by Eight Artists, Robert Fraser Gallery, London

1964 The New Image, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Belfast
Britische Malerei der Gegenwart, Kunstverein fur die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Dusseldorf
Figuratie en Defiguratie, Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent
6 Young Painters, Blackburn Art Gallery (Arts Council exhibition); touring to
Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Kingston-upon-Hull; Eastbourne; Cambridge; Sheffield
New painting 61–64, Arts Council of Great Britain, London
British Painting from the Paris Biennale 1963, Royal College of Art, London
Shakespeare Exhibition, 1954–1964, Stratford-upon-Avon
Englische Kunst der Gegenwart, Stadtische Kunstgalerie, Bochum
Painting and Sculpture of a Decade: 1954–1964, Tate Gallery, London (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation exhibition)
Nieuwe Realisten, Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague
Summer Exhibition 1964, Robert Fraser Gallery, London
Pittsburgh International, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh
I.C.A. Screenprint Project, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
Pick of the Pops, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff
Neue Realitaten & Pop Art, Akademie der Kunst, Berlin

1965 Café Royal Centenary Exhibition, Café Royal, London
Peter Stuyvesant Foundation: a collection in the making, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
Pop Art: Nouveau Idealisme, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels
London: The New Scene, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; touring to Washington; Seattle; Boston; Vancouver; Toronto; Ottawa
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Trends in Contemporary British Painting, Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford
Summer Show, Robert Fraser Gallery, London
La figuration narrative dans l'art contemporain, Galerie Creuze, Paris
Focus on Drawings, Art Gallery of Toronto
The English Eye, Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, New York

1966 European Drawings, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Work in Progress, Robert Fraser Gallery, London
Blake, Boshier, Caulfield, Hamilton, Paolozzi, Studio Marconi, Milan
Irish Exhibition of Living Art, National College of Art, Dublin
How they started: paintings by some former students of the Royal College of Art, Oxford University Press, London

1967 British Drawings: The New Generation, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Work from 1956 to 1967 by Clive Barker, Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton, Jann Haworth and Colin Self, Robert Fraser Gallery, London
Le visage de l'homme dans l'art contemporain, Musée Rath, Geneva
Summer Exhibition 1967, Robert Fraser Gallery, London
Tribute to Robert Fraser, Robert Fraser Gallery, London
Jeunes Peintres Anglais, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels
Englische Kunst, Galerie Bischofberger, Zurich
1967 Pittsburgh International, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh
Convocation Exhibition, Royal College of Art, London
Recent British Painting: Peter Stuyvesant Collection, Tate Gallery, London
Homage to Marylin Monroe, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York

1967–68 Three Painters/Peter Blake, Jim Dine, Richard Hamilton, Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham; touring to Arts Council Gallery, Cambridge

1968 Holland Homage, Galerie 20, Amsterdam
Painting 1964–1967, Hayward Gallery, London (Arts Council exhibition)
Old Testament Drawings, Oxford University Press, London
Britische Kunst heute, Kunstverein, Hamburg
Three Blind Mice, de collecties: Visser, Peeters, Becht, Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
The Obsessive Image 1960–1968, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
Group Show, Robert Fraser Gallery, London
L'Art Vivant 1965–1968, Foundation Maeght, Saint Paul, France
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
From Kitaj to Blake: non-abstract artists in Britain, Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford
Menschenbilder: Ausstellung zum 10. Darmstadter Gesprach, Kunsthalle, Darmstadt

1969 Pop Art, Hayward Gallery, London
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

1970 Works on Paper, Waddington Galleries, London
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Zeitgenossen: das Gesicht unserer Gesellschaft im Spiegel der heutigen Kunst, Stadtische Kunsthalle, Recklinghausen
Kelpra Prints, Arts Council exhibition, Hayward Gallery, London
Pop Art: nieuwe figuratie = nouveau realisme, Gemeentelijk Casino, Knokke
Internationale der Zeichnung, Mathildenhohe, Darmstadt
Contemporary British Art, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Pop '70, Mayfair Gallery, London
British Painting and Sculpture 1960–1970, National Gallery of Art, Washington
An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Screenprints by Peter Blake and Graham Ovenden based on the theme of Lewis Caroll's Alice, Waddington Galleries, London

1970–71 New Multiple Art, Arts Council exhibition, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

1971 Group Show, Mayfair Gallery, London
Post card Show, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Works on Paper, Waddington Galleries, London
Critic's Choice, selected by Robert Melville, Arthur Tooth and Sons Ltd
Metamorphose de l'objet: art et anti-art 1910–1970, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels

1972 British Drawings 1952–1972, Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1973 Spring Collection, Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford
Estampes anglaises actuelles, Galerie Stadler, Paris
11 Englische Zeichner, Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden; touring to Kunsthalle, Bremen; I.C.C., Antwerp
Earth Images, Scottish Arts Council exhibition, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
Henry Moore to Gilbert and George: modern British art from the Tate Gallery, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels

1974 Peter Blake (with works by Jann Hanworth), Festival Gallery, Bath
Peter Blake's Selection, Festival Gallery, Bath
British Painting '74, Hayward Gallery, London
Works on Paper, Waddington Galleries, London

1975 British Sculpture and Objects, Kinsman Morison Gallery, London
Realismus und Realitat: Ausstellung zum 11. Darmstadter Gesprach, Kunsthalle, Darmstadt
British Artists' Prints, Queensland National Art Gallery, Brisbane

1975–76 European Painting in the 70s, Los Angeles County Museum of Art; touring to St. Louis Art Museum; Elvehjem Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin

1976 Pop Art in England, Kunstverein, Hamburg; touring to Munich; York Art Gallery
Arte Inglese Oggi 1960–76, British Council exhibition, Palazzo Reale, Milan
Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, R.B. Kitaj, Eduardo Paolozzi, Boymans-van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

1977 Hayward Annual, Arts Council exhibition, Hayward Gallery, London
The Brotherhood of Ruralists, Festival Gallery, Bath; touring to Edinburgh; Doncaster; Southampton
British Painting 1952–1977, Royal Academy of Arts, London

1978 Groups, Waddington Galleries, London
The Brotherhood of Ruralists, Bodmin Fine Arts Gallery, Bodmin
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

1979 Groups II, Waddington Galleries, London
The Brotherhood of Ruralists, Charleston Manor, Seaford, Sussex
The Brotherhood of Ruralists, Gainsborough's House, Sudbury, Suffolk
This Knot of Life, L.A. Louver Gallery, Los Angeles

1980 Groups III, Waddington Galleries, London
Fairies, Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
Ophelia: paintings and drawings on the theme of Ophelia by the Brotherhood of Ruralists, City Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol
Prints of the 70s by Six British Artists, National Art Gallery, Wellington; touring to Wanganui; Auckland; Palmerston North; Christchurch; Dunedin
Nudes, Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1981 Groups IV, Waddington Galleries, London
The Ruralists, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol; touring to Birmingham; Glasgow; London (Camden Arts Centre)
Six British Artists, Prints 1974–1981, Waddington Graphics, London

1982 Groups V, Waddington Galleries, London
British Drawings and Watercolours, China Art Gallery, Beijing (British Council exhibition); touring to Shanyang; Hong Kong
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

1983 Landscape, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
Groups VI, Waddington Galleries, London

1984 Groups VII, Waddington Galleries, London
Works on Paper, Waddington Galleries, London
The Automobile and Culture, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art; touring to Detroit
Look People, National Portrait Gallery, London
The Hard Won Image, Tate Gallery, London

1985 Groups VIII, Waddington Galleries, London
La Vie et l'Oeuvre de l'Ecrivain, Galerie James Mayor, Paris
Royal College of Art Printmaking Appeal Fund Exhibition, Barbican Art Gallery, London

1985–86 On Drawing - Aspects of Drawing from 1960–1985, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt

1986 Studies of the Nude, Marlborough Fine Art, London
Heads, Nicola Jacobs Gallery, London
Little and Large, Waddington Galleries, London
Forty Years of Modern Art, Tate Gallery, London
American/European Painting and Sculpture, L.A. Louver Gallery, Los Angeles

1987 British Art in the 20th Century: The Modern Movement, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Pop Art U.S.A. - U.K., Odakyu Grand Gallery, Tokyo; touring to Daimaru Museum, Osaka; Funabashi Seibu Museum of Art, Funabashi; Sogo Museum of Art, Yokohama
London Group Exhibition, Royal College of Art, London
Annual Exhibition of The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, McLellan Galleries, Glasgow

1987–88 Comic Iconoclasm, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; touring to Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin; Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester; touring Europe

1988 Mother and Child, Lefevre Gallery, London (an exhibition in aid of Birthright)
Contemporary Art Auctions, St. Peter's Church Hall, Portobello Road, London
The British Picture, L.A. Louver Gallery, Los Angeles
Atlas 3 Exhibition, Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London
Contemporary Portraits, Flowers East Gallery, London

1988–89 Food, Odette Gilbert Gallery, London

1988–90 The New British Painting, The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio; touring to Chicago Public Library Cultural Center; Haggerty Museum, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Grand Rapids Art Museum, Michigan

1989 Modern British Tapestries, Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames
British Painting in the 1960s and 1970s, Ramsgate Library Gallery
Post-War British Prints, Austin Desmond Fine Art, London
Children and Childhood in British Art 1880 – 1989, City Art Centre, Edinburgh
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Works on Paper, Waddington Galleries, London
Twentieth Century Works, Waddington Galleries, London

1989–90 The Secret Garden: The Work of The Brotherhood of Ruralists, Piccadilly Gallery, London
Picturing People, British Council exhibition; touring to National Gallery, Kuala Lumpur; Museum of Art, Hong Kong; Empress Palace Gallery, Singapore

1990 Pictures of Rock, Kunsthallen Brandts Klaedefabrik, Odense, Denmark
Three Ways, Magyar Kepzomuveszeti, Budapest (Royal College of Art exhibition organised by British Council); touring to Istvankiraly, Szekessehervar; Pecf, Hungary
Glasgow's Great British Art Exhibition, McLellan Galleries, Glasgow
Masterpieces from the Arts Council Collection: 20th Century British Paintings, Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo

1991 British Art from 1930, Waddington Galleries, London
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Art In Boxes, England & Co, London
Five Artists, Waddington Galleries, London
Pop Art 1960–1969, Holm Gallery, London

1991–92 Pop Art, Royal Academy of Arts, London; touring to Museum Ludwig, Cologne; Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid

1992 Ready, Steady, Go: Painting of the Sixties from the Arts Council Collection, Royal Festival Hall, London; touring Britain
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Artificial Women, Galerij Cotthem, Zottegem
Royal Academy Painters, Galerie sur alten deutschen Schule, Thun
The Painter in Glass, Swansea Festival Exhibition, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery

1992-93 Pop Art, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

1993 Kindred Spirits, Bishops' Palace, Chichester
Artist's Choice, Boundary Gallery, London
Beautiful Blooms, Lamont Gallery, London
The Sixties Art Scene in London, Barbican Art Gallery, London

1994 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Peter Greenham Memorial Exhibition, Friend's Room, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Elvis + Marilyn: 2 x Immortal, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; touring the United States

1995 Paintings from the 60's and 70's: Peter Blake, Patrick Caulfield and Howard Hodgkin, Waddington Galleries, London
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Revolution: Art of the Sixties from Warhol to Beuys, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

1995–96 Marilyn Monroe, Palazzo della Civilta Italiana, Rome

1996 Football, Gallery 27, London

1997 Treasure Island, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon
British Figurative Art, Part 1: Painting, The Human Figure, Flowers East, London
The Pop '60s: Transatlantic Crossing, Fundacio das Descobertas, Lisbon
Essence of Humour, Crane Kalman, London

1998 Self-portraits: 50 faces of contemporary art, Six Chapel Row Contemporary Art, Bath

1998–99 Smakprov. Wetterling Gallery 1978-1998, Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm
POP-TASTIC!, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton

1999 Collage - The Pasted-Paper Revolution, Crane Kalman Gallery, London

2000 Defining the Times, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes

2000-2001 The School of London and their friends: the collection of Elaine and Melvin Merians, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut; touring to Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College State University of New York, Purchase, New York

2001 Pop Art U.S./U.K. Connections, 1956–1966, The Menil Collection, Houston
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Les Années Pop, Centre Pompidou, Paris
Drawing Distinctions: Twentieth Century Drawings and Watercolours from the British Council Collections, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes
Less is More, Large Works on a Small Scale, Pallant House Gallery, Chicester

2002 Transition: The London Art Scene in the Fifties, Barbican Art Galleries, London
United Kingdom United States, Waddington Galleries, London
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
POP-TASTIC, The Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford
British Pop Art, Alan Cristea Gallery, London
2001 A Space Oddity: The Colony Room Club, A22 Projects, London

2002-2003 Blast to Freeze: British Art in the 20th Century, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany; touring to Les Abattoirs, Toulouse

2003 Five in One: David Inshaw – friends and influences, Royal West of England
Academy, Bristol
Marilyn Monroe – Life of a Legend, County Hall Gallery, London
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Modern British Art, Jonathon Clark Fine Art, London
As Is When: A Boom in British Printmaking 1961-1972, British Council, London

2004 Naked, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
An Artist’s Choice: David Remfry Selects, Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames
Diamond Dust Volume One, Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh
Just what is it that makes British Pop art so different, so appealing?, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven
These are a few of my favourite prints, Caroline Wiseman, London
Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS): Twenty years, The Mall Galleries, London
Pop Art UK: British Pop Art 1956-1972, Palazzo Santa Margherita, Palazzina dei Giardini, Modena
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Marilyn. Una vida de leyenda, Reales Ataranzanes de Valencia; touring to Centro Cultural de la Villa Plaza de Colon, Madrid
Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS): Twenty Years, The Mall Galleries, London
Art and the 60s: This Was Tomorrow, Tate Britain, London; touring to Gas Hall, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery

2005 Collage: Signs and Surfaces, Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York
The Brotherhood of Ruralists and the Pre-Raphaelites, Peter Nahum at The Leicester Galleries, London
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
British Pop, Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Bilbao
Bone Idle, Charing X Gallery, London

2006 Good Vibrations: le arti visive e il rock, Papesse Centro Arte Contemporanea, Siena
Modern British Art: The First 100 Years, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester

2007 The Painted Lady, Images of Women in Art 1945-Present, Maxwell Davidson Gallery, New York
All Tomorrow's Pictures, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
Pop Art Portraits, National Portrait Gallery, London
Pop Art Is, Gagosian London, London
A Tribute to Sir Colin St John Wilson, James Hyman Gallery, London
Pop Art 1956-1968, Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome

2008 Peter Blake and John Wesley: Tracings: From the 1960s On, Fredericks & Freiser, New York



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06.11.2008
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15.12.2009
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19.10.2010
LEVY zeigt "Das Ohr von Giacometti. (Post-) Surreale Kunst von Meret Oppenheim bis Mariella Mosler"


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