Master Curriculum Vitae

From his origins in London, England in 1945, Graham Peacock has had a broad and varied career. He has exhibited around the world, has taught in the University of Alberta's Fine Arts program, and was a founding member of the New New Painters, an experimental group of north American artists dedicated to exploring the fullest potential of the new acrylic paints.

In response to requests for Graham's full CV in a single document, we have created this page, and have also included a PDF of his Master Curriculum Vitae here.

You can also explore individual aspects of his professional career through the Artist's CV menu.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2016
Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, ''Topographies' - Graham Peacock at 70', February 11 - March 01, 2016
2014
Gallery Gevik, 'Selected Collages and Paintings' Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2012
The University of Calgary, ‘The India Suite’, painted canvas collages, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
2008
Gallery One, ‘Graham Peacock, Highlights, 1982 -2006’, a survey exhibition, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2005
Art Gallery of Alberta, 'Graham Peacock at 60 - A Retrospective Exhibition 1980 to 2005' (formerly The Edmonton Art Gallery), Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
2003 - 2004
The New New Painting Museum, Toronto, 'New New Illusionism, paintings, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (CATALOG)
2002
Vanderleelie Gallery'Paris Suite Collages' Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
2001
Gallery One, 'Coeur de Lion', paintings, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1996
The Edmonton Art Gallery, Project Room, ‘Reflective and Refractive Works in Glass,’ Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
1995
Vanderleelie Gallery, ‘Miniatures in Glass,’ Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria‘Circularity, the large paintings,’ Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Galerie Dambier Masset, 1982-95 Survey' Paintings, Paris, France
1994
Vanderleelie Gallery, 'Circularity Paintings' Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
The Edmonton Art Gallery, ‘Studio Watch’ recent paintings, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 
University of AlbertaFine Arts Building Gallery, 'Colour and Dimension' Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (CATALOG)
1992
The Works Visual Arts Festivals, Edmonton (and 1987, 88, 89, 90) 
1989
Virginia Christopher Galleries, paintings, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
1988/89/91
Gallery on Whyte, Paintings, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1987
The Edmonton Art Gallery, '‘Paint Process and Spirit’ large paintings, 1982-87 Retrospective, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (CATALOG)
1986
Waddington Shiell Galleries, paintings, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Hughes Art Ltd., paintings, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. (CATALOG)
Galerie Don Stewart, paintings, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
1983/84
Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1981/82
Hett Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1979
Glenmore Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1977
The Edmonton Art Gallery, ‘Fans and Pillars,’ Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (CATALOG)
1976
Latitude 53 Gallery, ‘Screens,’ Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (CATALOG)
1975
Woltjen Udell Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 
1973/74
Atlantic Provinces Art Circuit, Touring Exhibition (BROCHURE)
1972
The Edmonton Art Gallery, 'Striations', Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  (CATALOG)
Alberta College Art Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (CATALOG)
1971
Memorial University, ‘Atlantic Provinces Art Circuit Touring Exhibition,’ St. John’s, Newfoundland. (PAMPHLET)
Lefebvre Gallery, Edmonton (BROCHURE)
1969
The British School, 'Grid Paintings' Rome, Italy

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017
Galerie d'Arte Contemporains, 'Masters of Abstraction' Montreal, PQ, Canada, David Sorensen, William Ronald, Robert Hedrick, Graham Peacock (REVIEW)
Museum of the New, 'Twenty five Years of New New Painting', Kenworth Moffett 1935 - 2016, Commemorative Exhibition, Toronto, Canada (CATALOG)
2016
Gallery Gevik, Toronto, 'Spring Group Exhibition', May 3rd to 20th, 2016 with Scott Plear, Philip Mix, Charles Robb, Rita Letendre, Alex Janvier and Rick Rivet.
2015
Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, ‘Winter Group Exhibition’
2014
Art Gallery of Alberta, ' 90 x 90' , Celebrating Art in Alberta (Part One, May 17th to September 14th, 2014), an AGA 90th Anniversary Exhibition. On view painting, 'Starry Night' 1987,  Collection of the Art Gallery of Alberta.
2013
Gallery Gevik, Toronto, October 11 - 31st,  2013 
2012
Art and Space Gallery, 'Eine Gemeinschaftsausstellung', Munich, Germany, the painting 'Tripoli Blue Oval', 13 - 28 July 2012, with Julius Kerscher, Mirjam Appelhof und Alfonso Sicilia Sobrino und Monika Humm, Barbara Bernrieder, Susanne Thiemann, Hans Engels and Hex
Art Gallery of Alberta, 7 Years in the City 1981 to 1987, Works from the Permanent Collection, June 2 - September 30. Guiseppi Albi, Catherine Burgess, Isla Burns, Philip Darrah, Clay Ellis, Gerald Faulder, Douglas Haynes, Peter Hide, Terrence Keller, Ken Macklin, Vesna Makale, Graham Peacock, Al Reynolds, Robert Scott, and Mitchel Smith.
The Flint Institute for the Arts, Flint,  Michigan, USA, Abstract Expressionism, Then and Now. May 5 - August 19 2012 Catalog with Pollock, de Kooning, Krasner, Kline, Gottlieb, Hofmann, Motherwell, Reopelle, Appel, Frankenthaler, Louis, Dzubas, Mitchell, Stamos, Goodnough, Chamberlin, Poons, Drapell, Baker, Piermarini, Brent, Gittins, Lerner, Webster, Minkin and Neal
Art and Space Gallery, 'Eine Gemeinschaftsausstellung', Munich, Germany, the painting 'Cyclone', 16 -31 March 2012
2015-92 incl.
Edmonton Contemporary Artists Society, 23 Annual Exhibitions in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
2009
Blurring Boundaries WAVE Exhibition II, March 10 – 20, 2009, Ewha Gallery, Ewha Womens University, Seoul, South Korea.
2008
Blurring Boundaries WAVE Exhibition I, December 16, 2008 – January 17, 2009, Fine Arts Building Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta Canada
2005
Museum of New New Painting Museum, 'The Legacy of Colour Field.’ Later works by Bush, Drapell, Peacock, Piermarini, Webster and others. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
World Trade Centre, ‘Visual Arts Festival, 20th Anniversary Works Exhibition.’ Curated by Gordon Snyder. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
2004
The University of Alberta, Fine Arts Building Gallery, ‘Edmonton Excels: Half Century of Painters at the University of Alberta’s Department of Art and Design,’ Edmonton, Canada.
Cork School International Art Exhibition, ‘REALTA, European Capitol City of Culture Program,’ with seven artists, invited from Italy, Germany, U.K., U.S.A. and Canada. Cork, Ireland.
2003/2004
Centre for the Arts, University of Lethbridge, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, ‘Absence or Presence: a survey of Abstract Painting in Canada from the 1950’s to 1990’s,’ Lethbridge , Alberta, Canada. Also shown at The Triangle Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
2003
Appleton Art Museum, ‘The Appleton in the 21st Century, Recent Acquisitions,’ Ocala, Florida, U.S.A.
2002
National Gallery, Prague, Prague, Czech Republic, 'New New Painters Exhibition', 11 April - September 21, (CATALOG)
Edmonton Art Gallery, ‘The Edmonton Contemporary Artists’ Society, 10th Anniversary Exhibition,’ Curator Kenworth Moffett, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Galerie des Arts Contemporain, ‘New New Painting Exhibition,’ Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
2001
Ontario College of Art, Toronto, Canada, 'Triangle Workshop Exhibition', Curated by Ken Carpenter
Museum of New New Painting, Toronto, Canada, 'Ten Years of New New', Inaugural Exhibition
Galerie Anne Lettree, Paris, France, 'New New Painting Exhibition', Curated by Marcel Paquet
2000
Hotel de Ville (City Hall), Gothic Room, City Hall, Brussels, Belgium, 'New New Painting Exhibition' curated by Marcel Paquet
The Edmonton Art Gallery and the Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art, ‘Alberta Biennial,’ A juried provincial exhibition of 26 Artists, selected by Catherine Crowston and Allan MacKay.
The New York Armory, ‘The Real Avante Guarde,’ New New Painters Exhibition, with Bram Bogart, Baker, Brent, Drapell, Gittins, Lerner, Minkin and Neal. Curator Kenworth W. Moffett.  New York City, U.S.A. (site of the original 1913 Armory exhibition)
1999
Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, CO., 'New New Painters', Curated by Kenworth Moffett
Gilbert Studios Gallery, New York, N.Y., U.S.A., 'New New Painting Exhibition'
Flint Institute for the Arts, Flint, Michigan U.S.A, 'The New New Painters', Curated by Sue Scott, (POSTER & CATALOG)
1998
Miami International Art Fair, Florida, represented by Galerie Piltzer, Paris, France
The Center for the Arts, Vero Beach, Florida, U.S.A., 'New Acrylic Painters', Curator Ellen Fisher
Museum of Moderner Kunst, Siftung Ludwig, Vienna, Austria, 'Contemporary Trends in Painting', at the Vienna International Airport, curated by Director Dr. Lerand Hegyi
1997
Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, Connetcuit, U.S.A. 'Color, Contrast and Cultures', with Albers, Kelly, Natkin, Iskowitzch and Drapell
Museum of Contemporary Art, Palm Beach, Florida, U.S.A, 'New New Painting Exhibition'
Greater Victoria Art Gallery, Victoria, B.C. Canada, 'Art in Bloom, Selections from the Permanent Collection' 
Stamford Centre for Performing Arts, Stamford, Conn., U.S.A.,'New New Painting Exhibition' 
1996
Galerie Piltzer, Paris, France 'Exposition d'été', with Louis, Hoffman, Noland, Olitski, Poons, Steiner, Christensen, Caro, Chamberlain, Bogart, Stella and the New New Painting group, (BROCHURE)
Galerie Dambier Masset, Paris, France, 'Exposition d'été'
Fine Art 2000 Stamford, CT, U.S.A, 'New New Painting Exhibition', (CATALOG)
1995
The Edmonton Art Gallery, 'Modes of Abstraction, 1960 to 1990', Hide, Bush, Olitski, Scott and others
Salander O'Reilly Galleries, New York, 'New New Painting Exibition'
Gallery Ism, Seoul, South Korea, 'New New Painting Exhibition', (CATALOG)
Galerie Vecchio 2, Cannes, France, 'Mediterranee Exhibition' 
1994
The Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada, 'The Norcen Collection'
Galerie Gerald Piltzer, Porte de Versailles, Paris, France, 'Discouvert '94' 
Grand Palais, Paris, France, F.I.A.C., (Fiore International d'Art Contemporain)
Art New York, U.S.A., 'The New York International Art Fair', Galerie Gerald Piltzer, 
Art Frankfurt, Frankfurt, DM., represented by Galerie Dambier Masset & Galerie Piltzer, 
1993
Stadtische Galerie, Goppingen, Germany, 'New New Painting Exhibition' Sponsored by Mercedes Bentz Corporation, Stuttgart, Germany. [CATALOG]
Salon d'Art Contemporain de Montrouge, Paris, France.
Musee des Beaux Arts, Waterloo, Belgium, 'New New Painting Exhibition'
Musee des Beaux Arts, Charleroi, Belgium, 'New New Painting Exhibition'
Musee d'Art Modern et d'Art Contemporian, Nice, France, 'New New Painting Exhibition'
Museum Moderner Kunst, Stiftung, Ludwig Wien, Austria,
'Konfrontationen Neuerwerbungen 1990-1993' (CATALOG]
Gallery One, Toronto, 'The New Acrylic Painters'
Galerie Tilly Haderek, Stuttgart, Germany, 'New New Painting Exhibition'
The Grande Palais,'Discouvert '93', represented by Galerie Gerald Piltzer, Paris, France.
Chicago Art International, U.S.A. represented by Galerie Piltzer, Paris, with Chagall, Dubuffet, Miro, Nerdrum, Rodin, Lachaise, Caro, Noland, Olitski, Poons, Steiner, Stellar, New New Painting, and the Russian Avant-Garde
Art Cologne, represented by Galerie Tilly Haderek, Stuttgart, Germany.
1992/1993
Galerie Gerald Piltzer, Champs Elysees, Paris, France, 
'Inaugural New New Painting Exhibition' [NEW NEW PAINTING BOOK]
1991/1992
Galerie Dambier-Massett, Rue des Beaux Arts, Paris, France, 'New New Painting Exhibition'
1991/1992
Hunter College Art Gallery, New York, 'Physicality', Touring Exhibition, 7 galleries, 33 artists, including Robert Goodnough, Linda Benglis, Sam Gilliam and Jack Youngerman
1991
The Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 'Art Amaze', curated by Kenworth Moffett
The Edmonton Art Gallery, 'Alberta Society of Artists. 60th Anniversary Exhibition', curator Mark Joslin
The Barbara Greene Gallery, Miami, Florida, 'New Colour', Peacock, Piermarini, Lerner and Webster
Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Florida, 'The Big Picture', with Drapell, Piermarini, Webster, Brent and Lerner
Centre for the Arts, Vero Beach, Florida, 'The New Acrylic Painters', Selections from the 'Moffett Collection', curated by John Henry
1990/1991
Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 'New Acrylic Abstractions',  'Selections from the Moffett Collection', with Piermarini, Gittins, Webster, Drapell, Lerner, Brent, Fauteaux, Poons, Noland and Olitski
1990
The Atwood Gallery, Worcester, Mass., 'New New Painting Exhibition', 
with John Gittins and Bruce Piermarini, (FIRST NEW NEW PAINTING EXHIBITION & CATALOG)
Stamford Festival of the Arts, Conn., U.S.A., 'First Prize, Painting', Juror Professor Halasz, Bethany College.
1989/90
The Fine Arts Building Gallery, Edmonton, Canada. Outside New York exhibition catalog, The Visual Arts Festival,
(CATALOG)
1989
Triangle Gallery, Calgary, 'First Impressions,Alberta Art Foundation Acquisitions'
The Edmonton Art Gallery, Canada, 'Alberta Drawings and Aspects of Contemporary Art'
1987/88
The Edmonton Art Gallery, Canada, 'Recent Acquisitions' 
1987
Virginia Christopher Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 'Three Abstract Painters', Doug Haynes , John Griefen and Graham Peacock
1986/87
The Edmonton Law Courts, 'Sculpture by Invitation' at
'The Works Festival', curated by The Edmonton Art Gallery  
1986
Universite du Quebec a Montreal'Exposition de l'association des Galeries d'art Contemporain', represented by Galerie Don Stewart, Montreal, Canada
The Edmonton Art Gallery, 'Selections from the E.A.G. Collection of Contemporary and Historical Painting', 'Abstract Painting in Edmonton', 'Selections from the Comino Foundation, Liechtenstein', and 'Big and Small' exhibitions
1985
Wade Fine Art, Los Angeles, 'Gallery Artists Exhibition' 
National Arts Centre, Ottawa
Gallerie Don Stewart, Montreal, 'Gallery Artists Exhibition'
1984
Waddington Shiell Galleries, Toronto, 'By Invitation' exhibition
1982
Triangle Workshop, Mashomac, New York , 'Inaugural Workshop Exhibition'
1979
The Alberta Art Foundation, 'Japanese Touring Exhibition of Alberta Art', in  Sapporo, Obihiro, Tokyo, Hakone Kyoto and Yokohama, 'XI Commonwealth Games Commemorative Exhibition' (CATALOG)
1977
Glenbow Alberta Institute, Calgary, 'Alberta Art Foundation Selection' (CATALOG)
1976
The National Gallery, Ottawa, Canada, 'Abstraction West, Emma Lake and After' curated by Terry Fenton
1974
The Winnipeg Art Gallery, The Edmonton Art Gallery and The Art Gallery of Ontario,  'Canada x Ten', curated by Karen Wilkin, (CATALOG)
1973
The Edmonton Art Gallery, Canada, 'Alberta 73', Juror Micheal Steiner', co-sponsored by, 'The Alberta Society of Artists' (CATALOG)
Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal, 'Prairies 74, Western Canadian Paintings', curated by Terry Fenton' (CATALOG)
1971
Everyman Gallery, New York with John Hoyland, John Walker and Richard Smith
1970
The Edmonton Art Gallery, Canada, 'All Alberta', Juror Pierre Theberge, curator National Gallery of Canada. (CATALOG)
British Council, Rome, Italy, 'British Award Winners'
1967
The Midland Group Gallery, Nottingham, England, 'Gallery Artists' Exhibition'
Leeds City Art Gallery, Leeds, England

Selected Public Collections

Government of Canada, ‘Canadiana Fund’, Ottawa, Canada.

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

National Gallery of Prague, Prague, Czech Republic.

Canadian Embassy, Warsaw, Poland.

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

University College of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Foundation for Art, Government of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Embassy of Japan, Warsaw, Poland.

Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, Foundation Ludwig, Wein, Austria.

Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston, ‘Hines Collection’, Boston, U.S.A.

University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.

Canadian Federal Affairs, Tokyo, Japan.

Government of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Edmonton Court House, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

British Embassy, Rome, Italy.

Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Leeds Education Authority, Leeds, Yorkshire, England.

Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada.

Canada Council, Art Bank, Ottawa, Canada.

Hill Trust Fund Collection, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada.

Newport Art Gallery, Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales.

Calgary Centre for the Performing Arts, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Alberta Art Foundation, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Y.M.C.A. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Selected Corporate Collections

Field Law, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Alta Vista Resources, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Dancing Bear Investments, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A.

Norcen Collection, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Comino Foundation, Vaduz, Liechtenstein.

21st Century Master Works of Art, Paris, Geneva and New York, U.S.A.

Alamo Rent a Car, Miami, Florida, U.S.A.

Westburn Industries, Quebec, Canada.

National Trust, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Abacus Cities, Milborne Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Edmonton Savings and Credit Union, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

The Bental Group, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Dominion Construction, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Esso Resources, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Education, Teaching & Artists' Workshops

2010
Pamakkale University, Inaugural International Artists’ Workshop, Denizli, Turkey.
2009

University of Alberta, Professor Emeritus, Edmonton, Canada

1969-2009
University of Alberta, Department of Art and Design, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Professor of Painting, B.F.A & M.F.A. Painting Programs.
2006 - 2008

Painting in Italy, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Spring Session, Water Colour Program, taught in Vico Equense, Campagna, Italy.

1996/67
Abstract Painting Workshop, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Spring Session, 1920 to 2000, A Survey of Abstract Practice, Theory, Perception and Practice.
1998
Camosun College, School of Visual Arts, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Workshop Leader.
1991
Vero Beach Center for the Arts, Florida, U.S.A. Workshop Leader.
1987
Johannesburg Art Foundation, South Africa. ‘Thupelo Art Project,’ Workshop Leader.
1982
Inaugural Triangle Workshop, Mashomac, New York, U.S.A., participant.
1979/80/81
University of Saskatchewan ‘Emma Lake Artists Workshops,’ participant.
1973
Edmonton Art Gallery, ‘Michael Steiner Workshop,’ participant.
1968/69

The British School of Rome, Rome, Italy. ‘Italian Government Scholarship,’ recipient.

1967/68
Newport College of Art, Monmouthshire, England. Appointed Lecturer II.
1966/67
Leeds College of Art, Leeds, England. Post Graduate Student in Painting and Sculpture.
1962/66
University of London, Goldsmith’s College, School of Art, England. Undergraduate DIP.A.D., Diploma in Art and Design majoring in Painting and Sculpture, with Printmaking

Curatorial work & Collection Advisings

2007
Aspects of Abstraction, University of Alberta, Fine Arts Building Gallery. Selections of abstract art from Edmonton’s private and public collections, including, Bush, Boxer, McEwen, Noland, Dzubas, Poons, Olitski, Perehudoff, Christie, Forrest, Scott, Ellis, Keller, Smith, Dunbar, Roth, Albi, Haynes, Baker, Piermarini, Lerner, Brent, Gittins, Neal, Minkin, Drapell, Ray and Webster.
2006
Painting in Italy: A Visual Diary, University of Alberta, Fine Arts Building Gallery, Exhibition Curator of 400 plus watercolours from the 2006 Spring Session class held in Vico Equense, Campagna, Italy.
2003

Deloitte Touche Inc. Art Collection, Bental Towers, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Advisor for new offices art collection installation and new acquisitions.

2001
Government of Canada, Department of Foreign Affairs. Art Collection Acquisition Advisor for the new Canadian Embassy, Warsaw, Poland.
1991
The Works, Visual Arts Festival, Edmonton, Exhibition Curator, ‘Outside New York.’
1989

University of Alberta, University of Alberta, Fine Arts Building Gallery. Exhibition Curator, ‘Outside New York’; with Lucy Baker, Steven Brent, Bruce Piermarini, John Gittins, Roy Lerner, Irene Neal and Jerald Webster.

Selected Bibliography

Graham Peacock — A Retrospective, 2008, book, Artist’s Limited Edition. A full survey of the artist’s life from 1945 to 2007, focusing on the period between 1982 and 2007. 400 pages with over 350 full colour reproductions with authored texts and the artist’s writings.

Abstract Painting in Canada, 2007, book by Roald Nasgaard, published by Douglas & McIntyre and Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. ISBN 13:978-1-55365-226-7. 432 pages: citations 264, 299, 300, 308, 309, 310, 2 reproductions.

Alberta Art Chronicles – Adventures in Recent Contemporary Art, 2005, book by Mary-Beth Laviolette, published by Altitude Publishing, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. CD plus book with 544 pages and 197 colour pages. Images, citations 156, 157, 161, 163,164, 165, 170, 171, 172, 173, 454.

New New Illusionism, 2004, catalogue. ‘The Recent Paintings of Graham Peacock’ at the New New Painting Museum, Toronto, Canada. Articles by Kenworth W. Moffett “Graham Peacock”; Lelde Muehlenbachs “Goodness Garish”; Graham Peacock “New New Illusionism”; Ken Carpenter “Graham Peacock at Gallery One”; Marcel Paquet “L’oeuvre intermezzo de Graham Peacock”, “The Intermezzo work of Graham Peacock”; Graham Peacock “Thoughts on my recent work”. 40 pages, 16 colour and 2 black and white reproductions.

Mlada Fronta Dnes, April 18, 2002. Prague, Vitvar, Jan H. ‘Barbarsti maliri z Ameriky dorazili do Prahy,’ a review of ‘New New Painters’ Exhibition, National Gallery in Prague, 1999. p. 11, C6.

Vie des Arts, April 2002. Review by Jean Dumont, ‘Peinture: une voie nouvelle,’ New New Painting Expositions, Galerie Arts Contemporain, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Canadian Art, 2002. Article by Ken Carpenter, “With Honours in Prague: A Canadian/American Group Test the Limits of Painting”, Volume 19, Number 4. Feature, p. 62.

National Gallery in Prague
, 2002 catalogue. New New Painters, texts by Milan Knizak, Director; Natalie S´y korová, Exhibition Curator; Thomas Vicek; Kenworth W. Moffett and David Carrier. 106 pages, 50 colour reproductions, artist interviews.

Art In America, December 2001, New York City, USA. Article by Ken Carpenter, “Review of Graham Peacock’s Solo Exhibition at Gallery One, Toronto”; 1 colour reproduction.

Artfocus, 2001 Toronto, Canada. Cover, article by Ken Carpenter, “The Accomplishments of Graham Peacock”; Volume 9, Number 2, Issue #72. Cover and feature article, 6 colour reproductions, pages 16-19.

Art in America, July 1999, New York City, USA. Article by Ken Carpenter “Artists Groups – What’s New?” a review of Flint Institute for the Arts ‘New New Painters’ exhibition, January-April. Colour reproduction, p. 51.

Artfocus, July 1999, Toronto, Canada. Cover, review by Pat Fleisher of the ‘New New Painters Exhibition’ Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, “Joseph Drapell & New New Painters”. Colour reproductions, p. 16.

Flint Institute of the Arts, January 1999, catalogue. The New New Painters, produced by Curator Sue Scott, NYC. Essay by David Carrier, Carnegie Mellon University. 62 pages colour. ISBN 0939896 19 2.

The New York Times, Connecticut, December 21, 1997. Article by William Zimmer, “Color, so much the essence of what happens in painting. A roundup of especially Peacocky tones in Bridgeport”. Black & white photos.

Art in New England, December/January 1997. Art Preview New London Art Society & Gallery “New New Painting, Doorways to the World”.

Art Now, Gallery Guide, December 1997, International Edition. Back Cover.

Palm Beach Daily News, Florida, October 8, 1997. Article by Jan Sjostrom, “Art Museum has a gel of a show”. pp. 1 & 3. 1 black & white photograph.

Editions Athenee, 1997, Geneva, Switzerland. “Bram Bogart” by Marcel Parquet. 160 pages book, hard cover. Graham Peacock, colour reproductions p. 127 & 128. ISBN 2-940198-00-4.

Art in New England, June 1997, Massachusetts, USA. “Exhibition Review”.

Art in America, April 1997, New York City, USA. Article by David Ebony, “Front Page”.

New York Times, Connecticut, December 29, 1996. Article by William Zimmer “A Dozen New New Painters and a Sculptor Too”. Black & white photos.

New New Painting, 1996 catalogue, Fine Art 2000, Stamford, Connecticut, USA. Introduction by John Henry III, Director Institute of Art, Flint Michigan; essays by Donald Kuspit, “Excess and Intimacy, Painting beside and inside itself ”; and by Arlene Raven, “Disembodied Embodied, Spirit matters in New New Painting”. Artists’ Statements, CVs, 112 pages 36 colour reproductions. ISBN 0 965443 0 3, October 1996.

Gallery Ism, New New Painting, 2005 catalogue, published in Seoul, Korea. Prefaced by Dr. Kenworth W. Moffett (English/ Korean text); article by Werner Meyer, Director Städtische, Galerie Göppingen, Germany, “New New Painting”(German/Korean text). 58 pages, 11 colour reproductions, February 1995.

Partisan Review #2, 1995, Boston University, Massachusetts, USA. Article by Karen Wilkin, “At the galleries”; Review of ‘New New Painting Exhibition’ at the Salander–O’Reilly Galleries, New York.

American Artist, Sept. 1994, New York, USA. Articles by Laurie S. Hurwitz, Acrylics Part 1: “A New Kind of Painting Emerges”; Oct. 1994, Part 2: “Gels and Mediums.”. 13 colour reproductions.

Edition Cantz, 1993 New New Painting catalogue, Städtische Galerie Göppingen, Germany. Articles by Werner Meyer, “New New Painting”; and Herman Amann, “Molekular Dynamik eine neue Materie fur die malerie”. 75 pages in German and French with English translation and colour reproductions. Buchhandelsaugable Edition Cantz. 1SBN3-89322-583-8, September 1993.

Art Chicago, 1993 International Exhibition catalogue. Colour reproduction of 'Cherry Smash', 1991, on page 121. Galerie Gerald Piltzer, Paris, France.

Art Focus Magazine, Spring 1993, Toronto, Canada. Cover and feature article “New New Paintings of Graham Peacock”; “Exploring New Media: Edmonton”, interview by Russell Bingham. Volume 1, Number 3, published March 1993. Pages 9-14, 2 colour, 7 black & white.

Musee d´Art Moderne et d`Art Contemporain, Nice, France, 1993, exhibition handout. 'New New Painting', by Claude Fournet, Director of the Museums of Nice.

New New Painting, Nouvelle éditions Francaise, French/English book, published December 1992, Paris. Articles by Dr. Kenworth Moffett; “The New Acrylic Painting”; and by Marcel Paquet, “Towards 2001–What is at Stake in the New Acrylic Painting”.
192 pages, 100 colour reproductions, 10 artists statements, CVs, I.S.B.N. 2-2079-0031-01, I.S.S.N. 0338-62-8

Colour and Dimension, March 1991, catalogue, University of Alberta, F.A.B. Gallery, Edmonton. Articles by Roger Boulet, “Quand la matière chante…” and “Beyond Formalism”; article by Lelde Muehlenbachs, “Huh? Wow! How d’ya do that”; and interview from New New Painting Atwood Gallery Catalogue. 32 pages, 18 colour, 6 black & white reproductions.

Art News, 1990, New York. “New Acrylic Abstraction: Selections from the Moffett Collection”, Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Black and white photo.

Atwood Gallery, 1990, Worcester, Massachusetts. ‘New New Painting’ 3 artist exhibition: John Gittins, Graham Peacock, Bruce Piermarini. Peacock interviewed by Russell Bingham, former curator of The Edmonton Art Gallery. 5000 words. This is the first New New Painting catalogue, 50 pages, 6 colour reproductions.

Artpost magazine, Spring 1988, Toronto, Canada. “Graham Peacock, Paint, Process and Sprit at The Edmonton Art Gallery”, by Lelde Muehlenbachs. Cover, pp. 28 & 29, colour reproduction.

Outside New York, 1987 Exhibition Catalogue, Edmonton, Canada. ‘Works Visual Arts Festival,’ introduction by Curator, G. Peacock. Including Baker, Brent Gittins, Lerner, Neal, Piermarini, Webster. 26 pages, 8 colour reproductions, artists’ statements.

Graham Peacock: Paint, Process and Spirit, 1987 Exhibition Catalogue, Edmonton Art Gallery. Article by Roger Boulet, Appendix by Kenworth W. Moffett. 9 colour reproductions, 1 black & white.

Update Magazine, 1987, Edmonton Art Gallery. Article by Russell Bingham, “Graham Peacock–Paint and Process.’ Fourth Issue, pages 8 & 9.

Moffett’s Artletter, March 1986. Articles by Kenworth W. Moffett, “Post-Color Field Painting and Abstract Art” and “The Present Situation”.

Art in New England, September 1985. Article by Kenworth W. Moffett, “Abstraction offers the most exciting new possibilities”. Volume 6, Number 9, page 9ff.

Arts Magazine, March/April 1978. Article by Ken Carpenter, “New Abstract Art” a review of ‘Abstraction Now,’ a July 1977 survey exhibition of trends in abstract art across Canada, organized by The Edmonton Art Gallery.

Abstraction Now, catalogue, Edmonton Art Gallery. Essay by Terry Fenton, Director.

Arts Canada, Dec/Jan 1976. Article by Helen Collinson, “Edmonton Review”, Latitude 53 Gallery Exhibition, Spring 1976, ‘Screens’ recent paintings.

Latitude 53, 1976 catalogue. Graham Peacock Screen Paintings. Colour reproductions.

National Gallery of Canada Journal, March 1976. Article by Terry Fenton, “Abstract West, Emma Lake and After”.

The Financial Post Money Management Book, Impetus, “Painters with Promise”, selections by Karen Wilkin and Financial Post Magazine, December 13, 1975, Maclean Hunter. ISBN 0-88896-046-8