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Peter Doig

Born, 1962 in Edinburgh

A small portrait of Chris Ofili, taken by Peter Doig, appeared in the catalogue to accompany the Turner Prize exhibition of 1998. (The award was, in due course, made to Ofili, “for the inventiveness, exuberance, humour and technical richness of his painting, with its breadth of cultural reference, as revealed in his solo exhibition at Southampton City Art Gallery and in Sensation at the Royal Academy, London.” Ofili was the first Black British artist to win the Turner Prize).

Doig was one of the three artists in CAVEPAINTING, featuring Peter Doig, Chris Ofili, & Laura Owens, 8 February - 31 March 2002. Santa Monica Museum of Art.

Related items

click to show details of CAVEPAINTING

»  CAVEPAINTING

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2002

click to show details of Chris Ofili - The House on the Hill (Times magazine)

»  Chris Ofili - The House on the Hill (Times magazine)

Article relating to an individual, 2011

click to show details of Package Holiday - catalogue

»  Package Holiday - catalogue

Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1997

click to show details of Whitechapel agenda - Aubrey Williams

»  Whitechapel agenda - Aubrey Williams

Brochure relating to an exhibition, 1998

Related exhibitions

»  CAVEPAINTING

Group show at Santa Monica Museum of Art. 2002

Related venues

»  The Hydra Workshop, Hydra

Greece, Greece

»  Santa Monica Museum of Art

Santa Monica, California, USA, United States of America