Past Exhibitions

Sick Nature, curated by Peter Harrap. Exhibiting artists: Peter Harrap, Natasha Kissell, David Freud & Debbi Mason, Alan Rankle, Gregory Smart, and Amy Alderson. At John Constable’s studio, Brighton, May 6 – May 28 2017.

Constable and Brighton, Peter Harrap Artist and Curator, special advisor Anne Lyles and researcher Shân Lancaster, Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Arts Council, 8 April – 8 October 2017

Hans Alf Gallery, 1 + 1, group show, Peter Harrap Artist, Denmark, nov – dec 2016

Zebradonk by Peter Harrap, auctioned at the Jamm foundation, Kuwait, 2016

Royal Academy of Art, Tennant Room October 2010 – Jan 2011 Group Show Gabriel Coxhead-Nick Savage- Peter Harrap Curators, British Council, ICR

Art Copenhagen, Selected artists with Hans Alf Gallery October 09

Mash Up Joint show with Natasha Kissell,Hans Alf Gallery October 09

10G New York, show with Jill Gerstenblatt and Gallery 10G March – June 2008

“Broken Promises” London Art Fair with Terence Higgins Trust, Jan 2008.

Scope Miami with Gallery 10G

PLAY at BEARSPACE@Cello Factory,Waterloo. Curated By Julia Alvarez coordinated by Peter Harrap. 31st October -16th November 2007

24 London Hayward Gallery-Totally London touring show-24 Artists. Oct 2006, Berlin, Wallstrasse 16, Mian Spazio Tashi Delek, Barcelona, Sala Maremagnum

March, 2007 – NY Arts Gallery in Beijing, China (3-4 weeks)

May 1-15, 2007– Broadway Gallery New York City, USA (2 weeks)

January, 2007 – Color Elefante Galeria, Valencia, Spain (3-4 weeks)

Chambers Gallery October 2006. ‘ The painted Nude’ opened by journalist Joan Smith

On Freud’s Easel, Rowney Gallery, September 2006

Chambers Gallery show, March 2006

Kew exhibition, Spring 2006 with a catalogue written by Sir Roy Strong

‘Another Product’ part of The British Art Show 6 at Corner House Manchester organised by the Arts Council and the British Council, January 2006

Jerwood Space February 16th – March 14th 2005, Curated and exhibited in RAdical Art.

‘Stranger than Fiction’ Space@Backtowork. Laura Parker Bowles/ Charlie Philips of Haunch of Vension curated April 2004 with Natasha Kissell.

Studio Voltaire, 100, Arts Council, Clapham North(Jan -Feb 2003)

Carlyle Gallery, Old Church Street. (Sept2002)

Art Centre Basingstoke. Southern Arts. Solo Show. June 2002

‘Mute: Silence and the Sound of Shutting Doors’. Fairfields

‘Mute: Silence and the Sound of Shutting Doors’. Arts House.3 Dorset St.W1.Solo Show. May 2002

‘Business and the Arts’ an Exhibition for HRH the Prince of Wales’s lecture on the subject July 2001

Arts House, 3 Dorset St. W1. (June 2000).Solo Show

Leighton House “Agnus Dei”(Nov 1999).Solo Show

The Gantry, “Appropriated Pasts” (1998), Two Person Show, Southern Arts

The Bournemouth International Arts Festival (1995), Southern Arts.

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