Peter Doig


Born Edinburgh
1962 - 1966
Lived in Trinidad
1966 - 1979
Lived in Canada
1979 - 2002
Lived in London
1995 - 2000
Trustee of Tate Gallery, London
Moved to Trinidad
Professor at Düsseldorf State Academy of Art


1979 - 80
Wimbledon School of Art
1980 - 83
St Martin's School of Art, BFA
1989 - 90
Chelsea School of Art, MFA

Solo Exhibitions

"Billboard for Edinburgh," Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
"No Foreign Lands," National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, UK 

"Siegfried and Poster Project," The Arnold and Marie Schwartz Gallery Met, New York
Musée d'art Moderne, Paris, France

Gavin Brown’s enterprise and Michael Werner Gallery, New York
“Peter Doig: Not for Sale,” Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany

Tate Britain, London, UK (travels to Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris,
France; Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Germany)

“Go West Young Man,” Museum der Bildenden Kunste, Leipzig, Germany
“StudioFilmClub,” Ballroom Marfa, Marfa 

“Works on Paper,” Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; tours Gallery of Windsor, Florida (cat.)
“StudioFilmClub,” Ludwig Museum, Koln; Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland
Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, Germany (with Jochen Klein)

“Metropolitain,” Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich; Kestnergellschaft, Hannover, Germany (cat.)

“Charley’s Space,” Bonnefanten, Maastricht, Netherlands
“Charley’s Space,” Carre d’Art Contemporain, Nimes, France
The Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago


“100 years ago,” Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
“Peter Doig: Works on Paper,” Michael Werner Gallery, New York
“Peter Doig the Prints,” The Bailey Collection, Toronto, Canada

“Peter Doig,” Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver (travels to National Gallery of Canada, Ottowa, Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto) (cat.)

"Echo-Lake," Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley (traveled to Museum of
Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO)
“Almost Grown,” The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
Solo Exhibitions (cont’d)

"wing-mirror," Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"version (drawings)," Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"version," Kunsthaus Glarus, Glarus, Switzerland (cat.)
"country-rock," Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany
Fruitmarket Gallery (with Udomsak Krisanamis), Edinburgh, UK

Arnolfini (with Udomsak Krisanamis), Bristol, UK (cat)
“Blizzard seventy-seven," Kunsthalle Nurnberg, Germany (toured to Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Germany; Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK) (cat.)
"Buffalo Station," Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"Freestyle," Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
"Homely," Gesellschaft fur Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen, Germany (cat.)
"Small Paintings," Riding House Editions, London, UK

"Blotter," Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany (cat.)

Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"Concrete Cabins," Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

"Whitechapel Artist Award," Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK

"Articule," Montreal, Quebec, Canada

"The Naked City," Air Gallery, London, UK

Metropolitan Gallery, London, UK

Group Exhibitions

"Perfect Man II," White Columns, New York


"At Home/Not at Home," Hessel Museum of Art, New York

“Quodlibet,” Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Berlin, Germany
“Compass In Hand: Selections from the Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection,” Museum of Modern Art, New York


“Marlon Brando, Pocahontas, and Me,” Aspen Art Museum, CO, curated by
Jeremy Deller


“The Painting of Modern Life,” Hayward Gallery, London, UK (cat.)
“Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative,” Thomas Dane Gallery, London, UK curated by Jens Hoffmann
“Hunky Dory,” Gary Tatintsian Gallery, Moscow, Russia


“Altered Image,” Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
“Secret Public. The Last Days of the British Underground 1978-1988,” Kunstverein Munich
SITE Santa Fe Biennial, Sante Fe
“Whitney Biennial: Day For NIght,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Tate Triennial, Tate, London, UK
“Surprise, Surprise,” Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK


“Rene Daniels, Peter Doig, Silke Otto-Knapp,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York “Looking at Words: The Formal Presence of Text in Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper,” Andrea Rosen Gallery
“Ideal Worlds: New Romanticism in Contemporary Art,” Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
“The Big Bang,” Centre Pompidou , Paris, France
“The Triumph of Painting,” Saatchi Gallery. London, UK (cat.)


‘Huts’ Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland (cat.)
Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh (cat.)
“Contemporary Painting,” Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME, curated by Alex Katz (cat.)


“Pittura/Painting: From Rauschenberg to Murakami 1964-2003,” 50th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (cat.)
“Days Like These,” Tate Triennale Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Tate Britain, London, UK


"DEAR PAINTER…Paint Me," Centre G. Pompidou, Paris, touring to Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna and Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt (cat.)
"Art + Mountains: Conquistadors of the Useless," The Alpine Club, London, UK
"Cavepainting," Santa Monica Museum of Modern Art, with Chris Ofili and Laura Owens, Santa Monica (cat.)


"Fig-1, 50 projects in 50 weeks," conceived and developed by Mark Francis and Jay Jopling, London, UK (cat.)
“Camera Works: The Photographic Impulse in Contemporary Art,” Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
“The Way I See It,” Galerie Jennifer Flay, Paris, France
“Works on Paper,” The Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
“Extended Painting,” Monica de Cardenas, Milan, Italy
“EU,” Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
“About the Bayberry Bush,” The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
“Works on Paper from Acconci to Zittel,” Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK


“From a Distance: Approaching Landscape,” The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
“Peter Doig, Michael Raedecker,” Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Naples, Italy
“Twisted: Urban and Visionary Landscapes in contemporary Painting,” Van Abbemuseum, Eindhover, Netherlands
“Spot On,” Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
“00” Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York (Cat.)


“From A-B and Back Again,” Royal College of Art, London, UK
"River Deep Mountain High," Gallery Westland Place, London, UK (curated by Kelly Taylor)
Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK (curated by Matthew Higgs)
"Contemplating Pollock," Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris, France
"Peter Doig and Udomsak Krisanamis," The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, UK and Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, UK
"Examining Pictures," Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (cat.)
"Group Show," Bonakdar Jancou Gallery, New York


"Sunday," Cabinet Gallery, London, UK
"About Vision: New British Paintings in the 1990," Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, UK


"New Found Landscape," Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
"Alpenblick," Kunsthalle, Vienna, Austria (curated by Wolfgang Kos)
"Malerei 4," Galerie Monika Spruth, Dusseldorf, Germany
"About Vision: New British Paintings in the 1990," Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich, UK
"Package Holiday, New British Art in the Ophiuchus Collection," The Hydra Workshop, Hydra, Greece


"Drawings from the M.A.B. Library," AC Project Room
Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris, France
"There's a painting on the wall," a collaboration with Matthew Higgs, Anthony Wilkinson Fine Art, London, UK
"Answered prayers," Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany
"Belladonna," ICA, London, UK
"Faustrecht der Freiheit," Kunstsammlung Gera, Neues Museum Weserberg, Bremen, Germany"About Vision: New British Painting in the 90's," Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, UK"About Vision: New British Paintings in the 1990," The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, UK


"Zombie Golf," Burbage House, London, UK (curated by BANK)


"The Turner Prize Exhibition," Tate Gallery, London, UK
"Moyra Davey, Peter Doig," Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"Unbound: Possibilities in Painting," Hayward Gallery, London, UK (cat.) (curated by Adrian Searle and Greg Hilty)
"Prix Eliette von Karajan," Tour: Salzburg, Vienna, Paris (1st Prize winner) (cat.)
"New Voices," British Council touring exhibition (cat.)
Imprint 93, Cabinet Gallery, London, curated by Matthew Higgs
"Here and Now," Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
Victoria Miro Gallery, Group Painting exhibition, London, UK


"Moving into View," Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
"Twelve Stars," Barbican Center. London, UK
"Project Unite Firminy," Firminy Vert, France
John Moores Exhibition 18, Liverpool, UK (1st prize winner)


"Inside a Microcosm," curated by Gareth Jones, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, UK
"New Voices," Centre Albert Borschette, Brussels, Belgium


"Barclays Young Artist Award," Serpentine Gallery, London, UK


"Into the Nineties," Mall Galleries, London, UK


"Things as They Are," Riverside Studios, London, UK


"New Contemporaries," I.C.A., London, UK


"New Contemporaries," I.C.A., London, UK


O'Hagan, Sean, "Peter Doig: the art of the foreign," The Guardian, July
Higgins, Charlotte, “Peter Doig: a free spirit captured in…,” The Guardian, May
McAllister, Lesley, “Doig Does It,” Now Toronto, May
“Peter Doig,” Artfund, April
Stephen, Phyllis, “Edinburgh Art Festival…,” The Edinburgh Reporter, April
“Peter Doig’s paintings – in pictures,” The Guardian, April
Adams, James, “Artist Peter Doig sets a sales record,” The Globe and Mail, February
“Peter Doig at Christie’s,” Huffington Post, January
“Five British Icons,”, January

Saltz, Jerry, "Not Just for Intermission," New York Magazine, October 24
Vogel, Carol, "Homage to the Ring," The New York Times, September
H.H., "Peter Doig," The Art Economist, issue 5, June 2011

Mark Rappolt, "Self-Consciousness," Art Review, July

Mendelsohn, Adam, Review, Flash Art, March/April
Lindquist, Greg, “Pierre Bonnard & Peter Doig,” The Brooklyn Rail, March
Falconer, Morgan, Review, Saatchi Online, February
Cotter, Holland, Review, The New York Times, February 13
Armin, Janine, Critics’ Picks,, February 13
Robinson, Walter, “Weekend Update,”, February 6
Halle, Howard, Review, Time Out New York, February 5-11, p. 54
Schjeldahl, Peter, “Return Trip,” Critic’s Notebook, The New Yorker, February 9

Solway, Diane, “Peter Doig,” W Magazine, November, p. 266-279
Schwabsky, Barry, “Glimpses Beyond the Edge,” Art in America, May, p. 168-173
Stonard, John-Paul, Review, Artforum, April, p. 361
Hensher, Philip, “A Landscape Painter of Humanity,” Mail on Sunday, April 20
Falconer, Morgan, “Modern Romance,” Art World, February, p. 32-39
Darwent, Charles, “Painting Found in Art Gallery. Whatever Next?” The
Independent, Feb. 10, p. 55
Cumming, Laura, “Landscape as seen by a Visionary,” The Observer, Feb. 10
Wullschagler, Jackie, “Canvases Light and Lethal,” Financial Times, Feb. 9, p. 16
Lewis, Ben, “Old Doig with New Tricks,” Evening Standard, Feb. 8, p. 41-42
Searle, Adrian, “Stillness in a Trembling World,” The Guardian, Feb. 5, p. 23-25
Sooke, Alastair, “Journey to the Edge of Abstraction,” Daily Telegraph, Feb. 5
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, “It’s a Doig-Eat-Doig World,” The Times (London),
February 5
“Local Color,” Modern Painters, Feburary 2008, p. 34
Laughlin, Nicholas, “Inspirational Island,” Culture + Travel, Jan/Feb 2008
Cottam, F.G., “A Perfectionist in Paradise,” The Independent, Jan. 31, p. 12-13
Adams, Tim, “Peter Doig,” The Observer, Jan. 27, p. 8-9

Ellis, Patricia, “The 11.3 Million Dollar Man,” Spike Art Quarterly, Fall, p. 84-91
Herbert, Martin, “Book Reviews: Peter Doig,” Artreview, April, p. 151

“Another Thing I Wanted to Tell You, by Elizabeth Peyton, Artist,” Another Magazine, Spring/Summer, p. 114
Schmidt, Hans-Werner; and Rudi Fuchs, “Peter Doig: Go West Young Man,” published by Museum der Bildenden Kunste, Leipzig
Lindeman, Adam, et. Al, “Collecting Contemporary,” published by Taschen, Cologne, p. 206
Ruf, Beatrix, “Tate Triennial: New British Art,” published by Tate, London, 2006
Peter Plagens, “The Art of the Deal,” Newsweek, March 6, pp.56-58
Saltz, Jerry, “Biennial in Babylon,” Village Voice, March 1
Iles, Chrissie and Philippe Vergne, Whitney Biennial: Day For Night, exhibition catalog, published by The Whitney Museum of American Art, 2006
Dorment, Richard, “Haunted by Concepts of the Past,” Daily Telegraph, March 7
Bailey, David, “Keeping It Real: Interview with Peter Doig,” Modern Painters, March, pp. 66-71

Wege, Astrid, Review, Artforum, November, pp. 264-65
Galloway, David, Review, Artnews, April 2005, p.138
Saltz, Jerry, “The Richter Resolution,” Modern Painters, April pp. 28-29
Wright. Karen. “Gallery” Modern Painters, February p. 116
Trainor, James, Review: “Back -2004 Carnegie Int’l,” Frieze, Jan./Feb. p. 109
Siegel, Katie, “Review: 2004 Carnegie Int’l,” Artforum, January, p. 175

Knight, Christopher, “A Global Cacophony [Carnegie International],” Los Angeles Times
Milroy, Sarah, Review: Carnegie International, The Globe and Mail, November 6, pp. V1,V8
Johnson, Ken, “Pittsburgh Rounds Up a Globe Full of Work Made in Novel Ways,” The New York Times, November 4, pp. 1,6
Schwalb, Harry, “Up Now: Carnegie International,” alb, Harry, “Up Now: Carnegie International,” Artnews
Nimes Carre d’Art – Musee d’Art Contemporain de Nimes, Contemporary, Issue 60 March, p. 68

Parkett, No. 67, pp. 65-85
Stange, Raimar, Zuruck in die Kunst, Rogner & Bernhard bei Zweitasendeins, p. 173
“The 80’s”, Artforum, March, p. 58
Days Like These, Tate Triennial Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, pp. 80-85
Morton, Tom, “Days Like These,” Tate, March/April, pp. 74-77
Artner, Alan G., Review, Chicago Tribune, February 6
Halle, Howard, Review, Time Out New York, January 16-23. p. 55

Dexter, Emma, Vitamin P, Phaidon Press, London, pp. 92-95
Mack, Gerhard, Art, April, No. 4, pp. 32-43
Brown, Robert, Review, Contemporary, June-July-August, p. 161
Cunning, Laura, “Painting on Thin Ice,” The Observer, April 14
Higgie, Jennifer, Review, Frieze, June/July/August, pp. 102-103
Searle, Adrian. “Wild Blue Yonder,’ Guardian Unlimited, April, 16

Milroy, Sarah, “The big one the got away”,
Sheir, Reid, Art + Text, May-June, No. 73

Peter Doig, Canadian Art, fall, p. 66
Sloane, Johanne, “Rainbows and Other Ruins,” Afterall, Issue No.1, February, pp. 84 – 94
Richter, Daniel, “Dots on Doig,” Afterall, Issue No. 1, February, pp. 95 - 96
Hill, Joe, “Review”, Art In America, No. 4, April, pp. 151-152
Ziolkowski, Thad, "Review" Artforum, Feb. p. 119
Pollack, Barbara, " New York Reviews", Art News, Feb. p. 164

Rawsthorn, Alice, "Peter Doig - Scanning the post-conceptual landscape", Elle Decor, December-January, pp. 96-99
Turner, Elisa, “Touch of the Movies”, The Miami Herald, September 24
Johnson, Ken, "Art in Review", The New York Times Friday, Dec. 10
Saltz, Jerry, " Out of the Fog" Village Voice , Dec. 21, p.123

Pietsch, Hans, "Ausstellungs-Vorschau, Kiel: Peter Doig. Die Natur besiegt de
GroBstadt", Art, pp. 80-81
"Peter Doig, Whitechapel Art Gallery - Preview", Artforum, May, p.69
Edelstein, Leo, "Peter Doig, Losing Oneself in the Looking", Flash Art, May- June, pp. 84-86
Murphy, Anna, "A picture of a man looking in a puddle. Just how deep is it?", Observer Life, June 24, p. 23
Hilton, Tim, "Have I seen you somewhere before?", Independent, June
Greengerg, Sarah, "Doig's View", Elle Decoration, June
Searle, Adrian, "Nature of the Beast", The Guardian (Art, Visual Arts section), June 16; pp. 10-11
Cork, Richard, "Cold comfort in a land of snow”, The Times (Arts), June 23 Lubbock, Tom, "Anything possible on the road to excess", The independent (the Tuesday review), June 16
Feaver, William, "Darkest Canada", The Observer Review, June 21
Gisbourne, Mark, "Mark Gisbourne on the narrative of North, siksi, summer
Moszynska, Anna, "Daytime Astronomy", Tate, summer, pp.30-35

Bailey, W. Bruce C., "Cabin Fever", Canadian Art, Vol. 14., Spring 97

Cotter, Holland, "Peter Doig", The New York Times, December, 3
Hilton, Tim, "The Best Painting in Britain", The Independent , Nov. 17, p. 30
Fricke, Harald, "Mit einem Van Gogh Film in der Kamera", dei tageszeitung,
Aug. 6
Stange, Raimar, "Peter Doig in der Gesellschaft fur Aktuelle Kunst", Neue Bildendede Kunst, Jul-Aug, p.37
Gisbourne, Mark, "Peter Doig/Victoria Miro", Untitled, No. 10, Spring
Cruz, Juan, "Peter Doig", review in Art Monthly, Mar.
McEwan, John, "Critics Choice", No. 56, The Sunday Telegraph, Feb. 11
Bevan, Roger, "Peters Friends", The Art Newspaper, No 56, Feb., pp.31
Carlisle, Isabel, "Peter Doig on -What the Genius of Cezanne means to us", The Times, Mon. Feb. 5 , p14
Collings, Matthew, Diary: " A Shuffle on the Wild Side", Modern Painters, Spring, No. 1 Vol. 9, pp. 61-62
Doig, Peter " A Brush With Genius: Peter Doig on Edward Hopper", The Guardian, Tuesday, Mar. 5, pp. 8
Searle, Adrian, "Peter Doig / Victoria Miro", Time Out, Feb, No. 1330, pp.14-21
Wright, Michael , Interview with Peter Doig, "A Week In the Arts", The Daily Telegraph, Sat, Jan. 13
Hersteuth, peter, "Peter Doig: Contemporary Fine Arts", Flash Art International, No. 186, Jan./Feb., pp.108-09

Pietsch, Hans, "Visionen einer inneren Wildnis, Art No. 10, Oct.
Schreiber, Susanne, "Sinnliche Malerei und Kuehle Installation", Handelsblatt, June 23, p.G4
Lubbock, Tom, "Anything's possible on the road to excess", The Independent, June, 16
Fricke, Harald, "Abgesenkter Klassifikationsdrang", Die Tageszeitung, June17, p. 29
Berg, Roland, "Die ewig nackte Sirene", Der Tagesspiegel, June 10, p.22
Tannert, Christoph, "Peter Doig, Auftakt Fruehkritik", Radio Brandenburg, May
Lillington, David, "Invervalste Romantiek", Metropolis M, February, No 1 (interview)

Searle, Adrian, "The Twilight Zone", The Independent, Oct. 21, (profile)
Smith, Roberta, "Peter Doig", The New York Times, September, 30, Art in Review
Bonaventura, Paul, "Hunter in the Snow", Artefactum, September
Roberts, Alison, "What's the betting on the Turner", July, 21, Evening Standard, Lillington, David, "Zeit Geist", Time Out London, September 3
Pile, Stephen, "Outrage at the Tate", The Daily Telegraph, July, 23, p.18
A.T., "A Figurative Aberration", Financial Times, July, 20, pp.28-29
Herbert, Susannah, "'Real" art is back in fashion as Turner Prize jury makes a break with oddball tradition", The Daily Telegraph, July, 20
Jury, Louise, "Body moulder builds big lead in Turner Prize line-up", The Guardian, July, 20
Feaver, William, Review, ArtNews, May
Norman, Geraldine, "The Contemporary Capital", The Independent, March, p. 70
McKay, Ian, " Back to Basics", March, 23
Packer, William, "Hidebound by Rhetoric", Financial Times, March, 15
"Sort of, almost, in a way, nearly", The Independent, March, 13
Januszczak, Waldemar, "A State of Confusion", The Times, March, 13, p. 28
Auty, Giles, "A Tug on the Chain", Spectator, March, 12
Hall, James, "Repetitive Art. Come Again?", The Guardian, January 3
Feaver, William, "Chorus line of long faces from Pigalle", The Observer, Jan.16
Grant, Simon, "Rising Star, Peter Doig", ES Magazine, January 7
Milner, Catherine, "A Brighter Picture", Times Magazine, January, 29

Wilson, Andrew, "Wet Paint", Royal Academy Magazine, # 41, Winter
Hilton, Tim, "Moores the merrier, but for how long?" The Independent on Sunday, October 24
Packer, William, "A prize commitment to painting", Financial Times, November 2
Feaver, William, "Congratulations to a blotter on the landscape", The Observer, October 24

Jones, Gareth, "Weird Places, Strange Folk", Frieze, Issue 6, Sept/Oct

Catalogues and books

Shiff, Richard, and Lampert, Catherine, "Peter Doig", Rizzoli, New York


Nesbitt, Judith, “Peter Doig,” published by Tate Publishing, London


Searle, Adrian, Kitty Scott, and Catherine Grenier, “Peter Doig,” published by Phaidon,
London/New York


Nakanishi, Hiroyuki, “Essential Painting,” published by The Naitonal Museum of Art Osaka, Osaka
Richer, Francesca and Matthew Rosenzweig, “No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists,” published by D.A.P., New York
Ruf, Beatrix, “Tate Triennial: New British Art,” published by Tate, London, 2006
Iles, Chrissie and Philippe Vergne, Whitney Biennial: Day For Night, exhibition catalog, published by The Whitney Museum of American Art, 2006


Grosenick, Uta, Art Now: Vol. 2, published by Taschen, Cologne
“Peter Doig: Works On Paper,” published by Windsor Press, Vero Beach, London
Hutchinson, John, and Tal R, “Huts” published by The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
Koegel, Alice; Laughlin, Nicholas, ‘STUDIOFILMCLUB,’ published by Museum Ludwig and Walther Koenig, Koln
“Peter Doig, Jochen Klein,” text: Manfred Hermes, published by Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, 2005


Hoptman, Laura, et. Al, “54th Carnegie International,“ published by Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 2004
“Metropolitain,” published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, Koln, Germany
“Contemporary Painting,” published by Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME


“Days Like These,” Tate Triennale Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, Tate Britain, London
“Charley’s Space,” Hatje Cantz publishers, Germany


“100 Years Ago,” published by Victoria Miro Gallery, London
“Art Now,” published by Taschen, edited by Uta Grosenick and Burkhard Riemschneider, text by Rochelle Steiner, Koln
“DEAR PAINTER…Paint Me,” pubblished by the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
“Cavepainting,” published by the Santa Mnica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA


“Peter Doig”, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada


“Almost Grown, Paintings by Peter Doig” Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin and Victoria Miro Gallery, London
 “Landscape,” published by The British Council, London, 2000


“Examining Pictures”, Whitechapel Gallery, London
"Peter Doig version", Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland


"Peter Doig / Udomsak Krisanamis", Arnolfini, Bristol, UK, texts by Ian Hunt and Jake Chapman
"Blizzard Seventy-Seven", Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Kunsthalle Nuernberg, Whitechapel Art Gallery, texts by Eva Meyer-Hermann; Felicity Lunn; Hans-WernerSchmidt; and Terry R. Myers


"The Turner Prize", Virginia Button, Tate Gallery Publishing Ltd., London
"Alpenblick. Die zeitgenoessische Kunst und das Alpine", Wolfgang Kos und Kunsthalle Wien


"Homely", Gesellschaft Fur Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen, text by Eva Schmidt


"Peter Doig: Blotter", published by Contemporary Fine Art, Berlin, Victoria Miro Gallery, London


Prix eliette von Karajan'94, Preise Osterfestspiele Salzberg, Brandl/Doig, text by Norman Rosenthal
" Unbound: Possibilities In Painting", Hayward gallery, London, texts by Adrian Searle and Greg Hilty.
"New Voices", British Council


Arts Council of Great Britain
Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht
British Council, London
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Collection Berardo Sintra, Portugal
Contemporary Arts Society, London
European Parliament, Brussels
John Moores Collection, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Museum of Modern Art, New York
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
Provinzial, Dusseldorf, Germany
Tate Gallery, London
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago