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Greg Rook

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Nationality  British
Known for  Painting
Education  University of London
Greg Rook httpspbstwimgcomprofileimages4807316521893
Full Name  Gregory Adrian Rook
Born  December 14, 1971London, UK
Books  And This, Too, Shall Pass Away

Greg Rook is an English-born painter, known for contemporary figurative paintings. He studied at Chelsea School of Art 1997–2000 and Goldsmiths College 2000–2002.

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Solo exhibitions

Greg Rook Q and A with an artist Greg Rook and his Survivors paintings
  • 2016 - Off-grid the storeroom, London
  • 2015 - Off-grid The Aldridge Gallery, Farnham
  • 2013 - On the Prospect of Establishing a Pantisocracy Fred London Ltd
  • 2012 - Survivors OMT Gallery, London
  • 2009 - Clean skins Vegas Gallery, London
  • 2007 - We live like this Lounge Gallery, London
  • 2005 - Myth II Gallery Min Min, Tokyo
  • 2005 - Myth Gallery Min Min, Tokyo
  • 2004 - Salvation is a Cowgirl Adam Street, London
  • 2004 - The Importance of Disappointment Electric Palace, Hastings
  • 2003 - Sirens Gallery Min Min, Tokyo
  • 2001 - Greg Rook Gallery Min Min, Tokyo
  • Selected group exhibitions

    Greg Rook Q and A with an artist Greg Rook and his Survivors paintings
  • 2015 - Autocatalytic Future Games no format, London
  • 2015 - The Office of Gravitational Documents Galerie Laurent Mueller, Paris
  • 2015 - Sunday in the Park with Ed Display Gallery, London
  • 2015 - Present Tense Swindon Museum and Art Gallery
  • 2014 - The Zeitgeist Open 2014 Zeitgeist Arts Projects, London
  • 2014 - Paint Britain Ipswich Art School Gallery, Colchester and Ipswich Museums
  • 2014 - Priseman/Seabrook Collection Huddersfield Art Gallery
  • 2014 - East London Painting Prize Bow Arts, London
  • 2013 - The Things of Life Flowers, London
  • 2013 - Timeslip Gallery Stock, Berlin
  • 2012 - Marmite IV UK
  • 2012 - Passage Blindarte Contemporanea, Naples
  • 2012 - Augment Catalyst Arts, Belfast
  • 2012 - Past and Present OMT Gallery, London
  • 2012 - The Perfect Nude The Charlie Smith Gallery, London
  • 2011 - The Perfect Nude Wimbledon Space, London
  • 2011 - Crash Open Charlie Dutton Gallery, London
  • 2011 - Graceland Trailer, London
  • 2010 - Crash Open Charlie Dutton Gallery, London
  • 2009 - I am by birth a Genovese Galerie Forde, Geneva
  • 2009 - These Here United States Master Piper, London
  • 2009 - The Royal Republic Master Piper, London
  • 2009 - Giddee up! University of the Arts, London
  • 2008 - Pulse New York (solo project) Monika Bobinska Gallery, London
  • 2007 - Wintry Lounge Gallery, London
  • 2006 - Sensuous Panorama Lounge Gallery, London
  • 2006 - Brownfield Lounge Gallery, London and Mac, Birmingham
  • 2005 - A Moment in Time Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin
  • 2005 - The Lost Night The Prenelle Gallery, London
  • 2005 - Current Vision Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
  • 2005 - Urban Bodies 127 Brick Lane, London
  • 2004 - Caution - Uneven Surfaces Temporary Contemporary, London
  • 2004 - SV04 Studio Voltaire, London
  • 2003 - Godzilla Trailer, London
  • 2002 - The Four Colleges AT Kearney, London
  • 2000 - Future Map 2000 The London Institute, London
  • 2000 - Summer Contemporary Blains Fine Art, London
  • 1999 - The Last Show on Earth Clerkenwell, London
  • Collections

    Greg Rook Fun Facts About English Artist Greg Rook
  • The Madison Museum of Fine Art, Georgia
  • The Swindon Museum and Art Gallery
  • The Priseman/Seabrook Collection
  • The Devereux Collection
  • The Lesmes Collection
  • The David Roberts Collection
  • The University of the Arts Collection
  • Press

    Greg Rook Greg Rook LinkedIn
  • Creegan, Matthew. 5 Things You Need to Know About Greg Rook. The Culture Trip, March 2015.
  • Mercer, Alison. An Interview with Greg Rook. 2012
  • Lack, Jessica. Greg Rook: We Live Like This. The Guardian, Feb 2007.
  • References

    Greg Rook Wikipedia


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