James Peel
*1973 Great Britian

Voice Figures, Group Show, K3 Project Space, Zurich, Switzerland, February, 2007.
Töne der Wasserfälle, Solo Exhibiton and Performance, Basel, Switzerland, December, 2006.
Don’t talk about it … Group Show, Berlin, August, 2006.
Co-ordinates, Salts Mills, Leeds, September - October, 2005.
The Henry Moore Institute, Library Exhibit, Leeds, December 2004 – February, 2005.
Library, Solo Exhibition, John Brown Publishing, London, September, 2003.
Animate Space, Huddersfield Art Gallery, July 2003.
Border Songs, Solo exhibition at the Berwick Gymnasium, Berwick-upon-Tweed, May - July 2002.
At Sea, Tate Gallery Liverpool, July – September, 2001.
Perch Rock Lighthouse, Liverpool, 2000-2001.
1999 Picker Fellows, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston, London, October, 1999.
Five Days, Live Performance, Blue Note Gallery, Hoxton Square, London, 1997.
Northern Graduates, Royal College of Art, London and Sunderland Art Museum, 1996.

Fellowships and Awards
Laurenz House Foundation, Fellowship, Basel, Switzerland, 2006.
London Arts Board Development Grant, 2004.
Create Text, Commission for the Culture Company, Huddersfield, 2002-2003.
Berwick Gymnasium Fellow, Supported by Northern Arts and English Heritage, 2001-2002.
Perch Rock Lighthouse, Liverpool. Commission for Liverpool Architecture and Design Trust, 2000.
Stanley Picker Fellow, School of Fine Art, Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames, 1998-1999.
Travel Award to the Cite Université, Paris, 1997.
Northern Graduates Exhibition, Royal College of Art, London, 1996. First prize.

Publications and Articles
Cabinet Magazine, Issue 22, Insecurity, ‘The Scale and the Spectrum’ (article), Summer, 2006.
Cabinet Magazine, Issue 19, Chance, ‘some letters from bookmakers’ (artist’s project) Summer 2005.
Tate Magazine, Artist Project for ‘Endmatter’, November/December 2003.
International Lighthouse Digest, ‘Old Perch Lighthouse Learns New Tricks’, August 2001.

Royal College of Art, Sculpture School, MA, 1996-1998.
University of Newcastle upon Tyne, BA Hons Fine Art, First Class, 1992-1996.
Camberwell College of Art, Foundation Studies, 1991-1992.