Thursday 10th June 2021 - 6:00 pm
The link for the Zoom at 6pm is
The Cut Digital Archive is a series of interviews and talks with artists that have exhibited at The Cut.
Kasia Posen, herself a local artist, talks to 10 artists to discuss their practice and studio life.
Third in the series is Fabian Peake, who exhibited in the Malt Room Gallery in 2011.
Fabian Peake lives and works in London, England. He studied painting at Chelsea College of Art and at The Royal College of Art. While continuing to paint, his work has diversified during the past ten years or so and incorporates tailored wall pieces, cut-outs, photography, drawing, writing and poetry.
Fabian Peake taught painting as a Senior Lecturer in the Fine Art Department of Manchester Metropolitan University. He has had many solo and mixed exhibitions in Great Britain, Europe, The United States and South America.
Recent solo exhibitions
Chelsea Futurespace, London .
‘The Suitcase’: FIAC, Leon, Mexico.
International Festival of the Arts.
‘Revenge of the Quincunx’. Hothouse Space, London
With artists from Manchester Metropolitan University, showed work in Guongzhou, China.
Participant in the project ‘On the Edge’, Stavanger, Norway, European City of Culture.
‘Entre Muros’, Wynwood Gallery, Miami, Florida, U.S.A.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Santo Domingo , Dominican Republic .
With M.M.U. artists in Beijing, China. Also in Xiamen, China.
‘Entre Muros’, Guanajuato , Mexico .
‘painting’, a two-person exhibition at Islington Mill Gallery, Salford, Manchester. With Sharon Hall.
The Arts Council of England
Bedfordshire Arts Loan Collection.
Liverpool University Liverpool
Private Collections: Work in many private collections in Great Britain, Europe, U.S.A. and South America.
Arts Council of England .
Manchester Metropolitan University .
Greater London Arts Association: Major Award.
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We're grateful to Arts Council England for funding this project.