Single person exhibitions

2016   Installation, Dacres Wood Pond, Sydenham Arts, London

2015   Floating House,  Sydenham Arts, London 

2004   Flight Path, M2 Gallery, Quay2c Architects, London

2003   Crooked Light, Jacqueline Pennell, Carl Plackman and Boyd Webb, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol

2002   Aleatoric, Museum Van Nagsael +  Robert Preece Projects, Rottadam

2000   Cast, The Economist Plaza, Contemporary Art Society, London

               Hush, (two person show), Five Princelet Street, London

1997   Solo, Shillam + Smith 3, London

1996   Mirror, Mirror, Whitechapel Open, collaboration with Rear Window, London

1993   Found Evidence, Unwahr Gallery, Berlin

Joint exhibitions

2016    Drive Thru, QPark Cavendish Square, curated by Roger Clarke and Peter Fillingham, London

2014   Symbiosis, Goldsmiths Visual Cultures Society, Goldsmiths, London

2013   The World in a Box, A Bittersweet Salon, Thanet Matchroom Social Club, Margate

              Making the Stone Stony, Art & Landscape Colloquium, Portland Sculpture & Quarry Trust, Drill Hall, Portland, Dorset

2011   Unearthed, project by Neville Gabie, the Olympic Delivery Authority’s Artist in Residence on the Olympic Park, Stratford, London

2006   2step, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo and  2step,  University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, in association with CCNOA, Brussels

2005   Les Merveilles Du Monde, Musee des Beaux Arts de Dunkerque

              For and FromThe Metropole Galleries, Folkestone

2003   The Greatest Show on Earth,  The Metropole Galleries, Folkestone

2002   Species of Spaces, Danielle Arnaud, London

           Interrogating the Surface,  The London Institute Gallery, Millbank, London 

           2 Step,  CCNOA + Robert Preece Projects, Brussels

2001   Small narratives; unreal presence Smart Project Space, Amsterdam 

            Interrogating the Surface,  The Atkinson Gallery, Millfield, Somerset

           Camoflage, The Nehru Centre, London

           a month in the garden, Danielle Arnaud at Museum of Garden 

           History, London

2000   Dopplarity, Bank Underground Station and Hiscox Gallery, London

             Vanitas, Five, London

1999   Nerve, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London

           The Glass Border, Danielle Arnaud, London

           Blink, 3, Princelet St., London

           RitualDanielle Arnaud, London

           Passion, Gasworks, London

1998   20/20, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham

           Spin-Off The National Danish Film Board, Copenhagen

1997   Kind of English, die box, Berlin

           Home Ideals, Islington International Festival and FAT, London

           20/20, Kingsgate Gallery, London

1996   Sad, Gasworks, London

           Electronic Undercurrents The Royal Museum of fine arts, Copenhagen

           Join the Dots, 50/20 Gallery, Salzburg

1995   The Punters’ Art Show, Orchard Gallery, Derry

           Natural Settings, Chelsea Physic Garden, London

1994   Works Perfectly, Rear Window, London

           art(s) d’Europe?, Galerie de L’Esplanade, Paris

           Miniatures, The Agency, London

           Outpost, FAT, multiple sites, International Edinburgh Festival

           Destroy all Monsters, The Tannery, London 

           Whitechapel Open, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

1993   Adsite, FAT, multiple sites, London

           Outpost, FAT, multiple sites, International Edinburgh Festival

            4th Biennale of European Academies of Fine Arts, Maastricht

1992   Whitechapel Open (invited artist), Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

           Four European Artists, Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork

           Art on Site, Art for Offices, London

           Annaghmakerrig Symposium, Sculpture Society of Ireland, Tyrone                    Guthrie Centre, Ireland

1991   The Light Show, Walsall Museum and Art Gallery, Walsall

1990   Wall Work, Homerton Hospital, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

           Leighton House, London

1986   New Contemporaries ’86, ICA, London and national tour

           SLAC, Café Gallery, London

1985   Portland Sculpture Park, Portland Bill, Dorset 

1984   Pick of the Graduates, Christie’s Inaugural, London

1982   Exchange show, Washington University, St. Louis, USA 

Collaborative, Commercial and Residencies

1999-2000: Research at Camberwell College of Arts and Chelsea College of Art & Design The Integration of Computers within Fine Art Practice Research Project, the London Institute.

1998: Camberwell College of Arts, Invited artist, Digital Video Editing Research Project

1994-95: Serpentine Gallery, Artist in residence, London

1994: Co-curated group exhibition Destroy All Monsters, The Tannery, London

1992: Eurocreation, Paris; European Artists’ Pepinieres: five month residency in Cork and County Monaghan, Ireland

1991: Wall sculpture for Railfreight UK , London; commissioned via The Fine Art Consultancy, London

1990: Set Design for The Fall of Lucas Fortune, Insomniac Theatre Company; The Place Theatre, London and UK tour.

Won ‘Best Set of the Year’ Award, Unity Theatre, Liverpool, 1990.

1988: Two wall sculptures for Coca-Cola & Schweppes, Uxbridge; commissioned via The New Academy Gallery Business Art Galleries, London



Member of Matthew Collins’ band Interspecies Love Child (cello), performing at: East London University; Jibby Bean party, Hanover Grand, London; Institute of Contemporary Arts, London and Manchester


Member of The Kreutzer Quintet; instrumental performance group also including Grenville Davey, John Wood, Ben Browton and Theresa Bottomley. Performances with Steven Taylor Woodrow & Club Boring and David Godbold

1982-85 Goldsmiths College, London

1984 The Coracle Press, London; Islington Arts Factory, London

1983 LVA Air Basement, London


Private collections in UK

Book inclusions

Opening lines, New contexts for artists projects, Alison Raftery, The London Arts Board, 1998 ISBN 0 947784 373

Experience, Sean Perkins in association with Imagination Ltd., Booth-Clibborn Editions, 1995

ISBN 1 86154 00 03

One Person Exhibition Catalogues

Cast; (Leaflet) Jacqueline Pennell and The Contemporary Arts Society 2000, text on Jacqueline Pennell by Kathy Kubicki

Solo, Urban Eye 1997; text on Jacqueline Pennell by Kathy Kubicki, ISBN 1 901560 00 7

Rear Window, Mirror, Mirror, Rear Window 1996; text by Peter Cross and Jean-Paul Martinon and Jacqueline Pennell, ISBN 0 9521040 6 7

Group Exhibition Catalogues

Small narratives: Unreal Presence 16-06/22-07 2001SMART Papers, SMART Project Space Foundation, Amsterdam 2001 text by Samuel-Fuyumi Namioka and Alice Smits, ISSN 13815822

Camoflage, The Nehru Centre, London, 2001; text by Arshya Lokhandwala

The Glass Border, Danielle Arnaud Gallery, 1999, text by the artists

20/20, Kingsgate Workshop Trust and Gallery 1997, ISBN 0 9533372 0 0

Works Perfectly, Rear Window, 1994, text by Deborah Levy and Lynn Macritchie

Four European Artists, Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, 1992, text by the artists

The Light Show, Walsall Museum and Art Gallery, 1991, text by the artists.

One Person Reviews

The Luck Of The Dice, interview with Robert Preece on Aleatoric, World Sculpture News, Vol. 8 No. 3 Summer 2002

Jacqueline Pennell, profile by Robert Preece, Sculpture; publication of the International Sculpture Centre, USA, April 2001

Cast; photograph in Time Out, no.1572, Oct. 4-11 2000, Art Listings

Jacqueline Pennell, David Barrett; Art Monthly, no. 205, April 1997, pg  32-33

Time for a little reflection, John Windsor, Independent on Sunday, 1/9/96, pg  72-73

Now you see it, now you don’t, Kathy Kubicki, Make 72, October-November 1996 

Jacqueline Pennell, Mark Currah, Time Out, August 7-14, 1996

Destroy all Monsters, photograph of Jacqueline Pennell, The Independent, 9 Sept 1994

Group reviews

A month in the garden, Richard Cork’s Five Best London Shows, The Times, July 21 2001

A month in the garden, review by Sarah Kent; Time Out no. 1612 July 11 – 18 2001

Surface Settings, Briefing issue 33 Nov. 2001, London Institute Newspaper; photograph

Dopplarity; Art Monthly (Artnotes), No: 239, pg 20, Sept. 2000

Dopplarity, Robert Preece, Sculpture; International Sculpture Centre, USA, March 2001

Nerve, Jane warren, Sunday Express, 26/9/99

The Glass Border, Martin Herbert, Time Out, June-July 1999

Ritual, Robert Preece, World Sculpture News, Summer  1999

Kind of English: Prinz, Nov 1997, pg 110

London, Kato Emiko, BT Magazine, Japan, November 1996, pg 132.

Join the Dots, Stadtleben, Vernissage, Der Standard, SVZ/Seite 21, Salzburger Nachrichten, Observer, Springer, March 1996

Natural Settings: ‘Imagination blossoms in the garden’, Rachell Campbell-Johnston, The Times, 23/8/95

Works perfectly, Adrian Searle, Time Out, November 23-30, 1994

Modern Icons: The flat, Iain Gale, The Independent, 29/11/94

Miniatures, Simon Grant, Art Monthly 181, November 1994

Whitechapel Open: Oeuvre and Out, Sarah Kent, Time Out, August 19-26, 1992

Water colours by the Thames, Patrick Hughes, Observer, London, 9/8/92

Foreign sculptors carve out a niche in Cork, Liam Heylin, Cork Examiner, 10/2/92

City hosts unusual guests, Ailin Quinlan, Cork Examiner, 19/3/92

Cork-made sculptures on display, Evening Echo, 14/4/92

Non-published conference contribution

Little Room for Much Else, abstract and presentation for Psychoanalysis and the Visual Arts, Goldsmiths College, 1999

Video magazine inclusions

Spin-Off, video anthology, The National Danish Film Board, 1998

The Undiscovered Country, Untelevision 3, 1994


European Artists’ Pepinieres, Eurocreation, Paris, 1992

DFE State Bursary, Postgraduate Studies at Chelsea College of Art and Design, 1992-93

Best Set of the Year Award, for Lucas Fortune, Unity Theatre, Liverpool, 1990