24 October – 31 October 2017, Contemporary Masters from Britain, Jiangsu Art Museum, Nanjing, China
10 October – 23 October 2017, Contemporary Masters from Britain, Jiangsu Arts and Crafts Museum, Artall Arts Center, Nanjing, China
7 July - 3 August 2017, Contemporary Masters from Britain, The Yantai Art Museum, Yantai, Peoples Republic of China
25 April – 27 May 2017, Contemporary Masters from the East of England, The Cut, Halesworth Suffolk, UK
13 January – 24 February 2017, Solo show, Never Knowing Why The Waterfront Gallery, University of Suffolk Ipswich
4 January 2017, Beauty and Suffering: Traditional Themes in Western Painting. Presentation at the 2016 symposium ‘History and Painting’ at the China Academy of Art, Hangzhou
1st January to 14th January 2017, Painting : Experiment, China Academy of Art Museum, Hangzhou, Shanghai, China
January 2017, ‘Outlaws’ series featured in the Google Arts and Culture project.
1 September 2016 The New Art Gallery Walsall purchase 9 drawings from ‘Never Knowing Why’ for permanent collection.
December 12 – January 17, 2016, ‘Fame’ in Recycling Religion, WBX AC, NYC, featuring Pussy Riot, Robert Priseman, Oleg Kulik, Dmitri Gutov, Iija Soskic, Jelena Tomasevic, Recycle Group, Alexander Kosolapov, et al.
December 1 – 6, 2015, ‘Fame’ in Recycling Religion at the Dukley Art Centre, Miami, Curated by Juan Puntes and Marat Guelman, featuring Pussy Riot, Robert Priseman, Oleg Kulik, Dmitri Gutov, Iija Soskic, Jelena Tomasevic, Recycle Group etc.
3 December 2015, From Holbein to Hockney: A Brief History of British Painting Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts. A talk by Robert Priseman from 7- 9pm.
December 2015, Drawings from the ‘Never Knowing Why’ series will be shown in ‘Contemporary Drawings From Britain’ at the Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts China.
October 2015, Appointed Visiting Senior Fellow in Art, Dept. of Arts and Humanities, University of Suffolk
18th September 2015, Key note speaker at ‘The Immediacy of Paint: The Role of Painting in the Digital Age’ UCS Ipswich. Read the talk 21st Century British Painting here. (2015)
3rd May 2015, Robert Priseman delivers a paper at The University of Oxford, Wolfson College titled ‘Painting the Holocaust: Can there be Art after Auschwitz?’
21st April 2015, The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts – Robert Priseman, Tate Curator Carol Jacobi and Prof. Martin Hammer from the University of Kent in conversation on
Francis Bacon and The Masters.
Ash Wednesday to Good Friday 2015, Stations of the Cross, St Marylebone Parish Church.
Ash Wednesday to Good Friday 2015, Stations of the Cross, Brentwood Cathedral.
2nd – 31st March 2015, ‘Documentary Realism: Painting in the Digital Age’ group show at The Crypt, St. Marylebone, London. Download the Documentary Realism Book here
14 January – 18 April 2015, Present Tense Swindon Museum and Art Gallery – featuring ‘Home – a Series’
January – March 2015, ‘Outlaws’ on display at the SE9 Container Gallery London.
November 2014 – March 2015, Priseman-Seabrook Collection of 21st century British Painting on display at Huddersfield Art Gallery.
October 2014 – March 2015 Contemporary British Painting exhibition ‘@PaintBritain’ on at Ipswich Museums Art School Gallery
August 2014 -September 2014, Aesthetica interview with Robert Priseman on the new ‘Easterlies’ show at Abbey Walk.
April – September 2014, ‘Omagh’ paintings in Art of the Troubles at Ulster Museum.
April – June 2014, ‘Jets’ displayed at Rugby Art Gallery ‘Collection 2014 Exhibition’, featured as painting of the month for May .
March 28th, Talk by Robert Priseman ‘No Human Way to Kill: Painting the American Execution’ at Amherst College.
February 14 – June 29, 2014, ‘No Human Way to Kill’ on display at the Mead Art Museum, Massachusetts, as part of New Arrivals: Modern and Contemporary Additions to the Collection
February 2014, ‘FAME’ St Marylebone Crypt, London
January 2014, FAME at Whitebox Arts Center, New York curated by Tony Guerrero.
November 2013, Launch of solo show FAME at Art Exchange travelling to London and New York.
September 2013, launch of East Contemporary Art Collection at UCS. Devised by Robert Priseman in collaboration with Simon Carter and a co-operative of 100 artists, to create the first contemporary art collection for the East of England.
August 2013, The Robert Priseman Gift of 19 works of art by Contemporary British Painters to Falmouth Art Gallery.
February 2013, the launch of Contemporary British Painting at St. Marylebone, London. A platform for contemporary painting practice in the UK with ‘Painter to Painter’ interviews, solo and group exhibitions and talks around painting in the 21st Century.
November 2012 – May 2013, New East Anglian Painting group exhibition.
Fall 2012, Interview included in Michael Peppiatt: Interviews with Artists, 1966 – 2012 Yale University Press alongside artists Dubuffet, Sonia Delaunay, Francis Bacon, Henry Moore, Balthus, Oldenburg, Brassaï and Henri Cartier-Bresson.
Summer 2012, Devised and co-curated by Robert Priseman and Helen Watson, a major loan exhibition of paintings Francis Bacon to Paula Rego at Abbot Hall Art Gallery.
January 2012, Solo Show ‘Nazi Gas Chambers: From Memory to History’ at Arch 402, London, marking the 70th anniversary of the Wanssee Conference.
Fall 2011, Mixed Show Being American at The School of Visual Arts, New York .
January 2011, No Human Way to Kill, Part II, Whitebox Art Center, New York
2010 and earlier
10 March – 4 April 2010, Solo Show, Nazi Gas Chambers: From Memory to History, COCA, Christchurch, New Zealand
January 2010, Solo Show, No Human Way to Kill, Whitebox Art Center, New York
4 September – 7 November 2009, Solo Show, The Francis Bacon Interiors, Huddersfield Art Gallery
19 June – 20 July 2008, Solo Show, American Execution, Dazed Gallery, London
7 April – 17 June 2007, Solo Show, Transcience, Derby Museum and Art Gallery (with tie-in to Joseph Wright Collection).
April 2006, Solo show, New Paintings, European Commission Gallery
June 2000, Solo exhibition, The English Landscape, The Curwen Gallery, London
October 1999, Solo show, The English Landscape, Hertford Museum, Hertford
November 1998, Solo show, Landscapes, University of Hull Art Gallery