• BIOGRAPHY

    • 1948

      Born, Romford, Essex

    • 1967-71

      Hornsey College of Art

    • 1971-72

      Birmingham Polytechnic

    • 1972

      Sir Whitworth Wallis Award (First prize)

    • 1976

      Arts Council Award

    • 1979

      Tolly Cobbold/Eastern Arts 2nd Exhibition, (Prizewinner)

    • 1980

      John Moores Exhibition 12 (Prizewinner)

    • 1989

      Lorne Award

    • 1997

      South Bank Banner Competition (Prizewinner)

    • 2000-03

      Research Fellow, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London

    • 2001

      Fellow, Ballinglen Arts Foundation, County Mayo, Ireland

    • 2012

      Artist in Residence, Kunstgarten, Graz, Austria

    • SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    • 1975

      Brighton Polytechnic Gallery, Sussex

    • 1976

      Summer Show 4, Serpentine Gallery, London

    • 1977

      Playhouse Gallery, Harlow

    • 1978

      Polytechnic Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

    • AADW Studio, Cardiff

    • 1979

      The Round House Gallery, London

    • 1980

      Six Paintings, Front Room, London

    • 1981

      S East Gallery, London

    • Lisson Gallery, London

    • 1986

      LCF Gallery, London

    • Howard Gardens Gallery, Cardiff

    • 1988

      Cairn Gallery, Nailsworth

    • 1990

      John Davis Gallery, New York

    • Cairn Gallery, Nailsworth

    • Monotypes, Flowers East, London

    • 1992

      White Art Gallery, Tokyo

    • Works on Paper, Flowers East, London

    • 1993

      Smith-Jariwala Gallery, London

    • 1995

      White Art Gallery, Tokyo

    • 1996

      Kapil Jariwala Gallery, London

    • Full Moon, Cairn Gallery, Nailsworth

    • 1998

      Galleri Weinberger, Copenhagen

    • Flowers East, London

    • Flowers West, Santa Monica

    • Galerie Josine Bokhoven, Amsterdam

    • 1999

      Prints and Monotypes, Flowers Graphics, London

    • Belloc Lowndes Fine Art, Chicago

    • Small Paintings, Flowers East, London

    • 2000

      Short Stories and Other Prints, Flowers Graphics, London

    • Six Paintings: Part Two, Cairn Gallery, Nailsworth

    • 2001

      Drawings and Watercolours, Flowers East, London

    • Moon Dreams and Other Prints, Galleri Weinberger, Copenhagen

    • New Paintings, Flowers Central, London

    • 2002

      Spirits - Monoprints 2001, Flowers Graphics, London

    • New Works, Galerie Josine Bokhoven, Amsterdam

    • 2003

      Collaboration: Trevor Sutton / Ferdinand Penker, Flowers East, London

    • Collaboration: Trevor Sutton / Ferdinand Penker, Courthouse Gallery , Ballycastle, County Mayo

    • New Paintings, Flowers, New York

    • 2004

      New Paintings, Flowers East, London

    • 2005

      Collaboration: Trevor Sutton / Ferdinand Penker, Ritter Gallery, Klagenfurt

    • 2006

      Reflex, Flowers Central, London

    • Reflections, Flowers Graphics, London

    • 2007

      Coloured Time, Galerie Sho, Tokyo

    • Mended Dreams, Flowers Graphics, London

    • Collaboration II: Trevor Sutton / Ferdinand Penker, Stadtgalerie, Wolfsberg

    • 2008

      Chamber Music, The Austrian Cultural Forum, London

    • 2009

      Works on Paper, Flowers, London

    • Chamber Music, Galerie Schütte, Essen

    • 2010

      Trevor Sutton - Paintings, Another Function Gallery, Tokyo

    • Paradise Circus, Flowers, Cork Street, London

    • 2012

      Chamber Music, Cajetan Gril Kunsthandel, Vienna

    • Rose Paintings, Kunstgarten, Graz

    • 2013

      Interior Landscape, Galerie allerArt, Bludenz

    • 2015

      Light Year, sleeper, Edinburgh

    • Time of Day, Eagle Gallery EMH Arts, London

    • 2017

      Assembly and Image, Class Room, Coventry

    • Wonder Mist, Cairn, Pittenweem, Fife

    • 2018

      Memories, Concept Space, Shibukawa Japan

    • 2019

      PLACE, Zuleika Gallery, London

    • GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    • 1972

      Platform 72, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford

    • Seven Painters, City Art Gallery, Birmingham

    • Jacob's Ladder Gallery, Washington DC

    • 1973

      Gallery 273, Queen Mary College, London

    • 1974

      Open Studios, SPACE, London

    • 1975

      29 Salon des Realities Nouvelles, Paris

    • 1978

      The Square and the Circle, House Gallery, London

    • Certain Traditions, Edmonton Art Gallery, Canada and subsequent tour 1978-79

    • Via Birmingham, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

    • 1979

      Annely Juda Fine Art, London

    • Tolly Cobbold, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge and subsequent tour 1979-80

    • Style in the Seventies, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol and subsequent tour 1979-80

    • 1980

      Eight + Eight, Annely Juda Fine Art, London

    • John Moores 12, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

    • 1981

      Through the Summer, Lisson Gallery, London

    • Wapping Artists, London

    • New Works of Contemporary Art and Music, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh; Orchard Gallery, Londonderry

    • 1982

      John Moores 13, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

    • Small Works V, Polytechnic Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

    • Contemporary Choice, Serpentine Gallery, London

    • Musee des Beaux-Arts, Tourcoing, France

    • Workshop F, Chelsea School of Art, London

    • Four English Painters, Gemeinde-Galerie, Switzerland

    • Wapping Artists, London

    • Recent Acquisitions/ACGB, National Theatre, London

    • 1983

      Tongue and Groove, Coracle Press, London and subsequent tour 1983-84

    • Nine Artists from Wapping, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull and subsequent tour 1983-84

    • 1984

      Industrial Sponsors, Warwick Arts Trust, London

    • Metropolitan Gallery, London

    • The University of East Anglia Collection, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich

    • 1985

      Contemporary Art Society Market, Smiths Galleries, London

    • Selected Works, Chelsea School of Art, London

    • The Last Wapping Show, London

    • 1986

      Contemporary Art Society Market, Smiths Galleries, London

    • Original Postcards, Swansea Arts Workshop, Wales

    • 1987

      The Great Kite Show, Cafe Gallery, London

    • Whitechapel Open, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

    • 1988

      Robinson Road Open Studios, London

    • 1989

      Summer Exhibition, John Davis Gallery, New York

    • Five New Painters, John Davis Gallery, New York

    • 1990

      The Year in Review 1989, Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio

    • Artists in the Abstract, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, North Carolina

    • 1991

      Small is Beautiful Part IX: Abstract, Flowers East, London

    • 1992

      Imprints, Galerie Lydie Rekow, Crest

    • Solstice, Cairn Gallery, Nailsworth

    • Contemporary Art Society Market, Smiths Galleries, London

    • Artist's Choice, Flowers East, London

    • Whitechapel Open, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

    • 1993

      Small is Beautiful Part XI: Homages, Flowers East, London

    • Black and White, Flowers East, London

    • John Moores 18, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

    • Abstraction, Stanstell Gallery, Somerset

    • Multum in Parvo, Wingfield Arts, Suffolk

    • East, Norwich Gallery, Norfolk and subsequent tour 1993-94

    • Contemporary Prints: 10 Years of Acquisitions, Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio

    • Square, Smith-Jariwala Gallery, London

    • 1994

      Contemporary Miniatures, The Blue Gallery, London

    • Conditions of Life, White Art Gallery, Tokyo

    • Small is Beautiful Part XII: Night and Day, Flowers East at London Fields, London

    • Colin Nicholas, Trevor Sutton, Norwich Gallery, Norfolk

    • Shaped Paintings: Painted Shapes, Kunstlerhaus, Dortmund; Kapil Jariwala Gallery, London

    • British Abstract Art Part 1: Painting, Flowers East and Flowers East at London Fields, London

    • The Summer Show, Smith-Jariwala Gallery, London

    • Noel Forster, Jack Smith, Trevor Sutton, Flowers East at London Fields, London

    • Contemporary Prints, Tate Gallery, London

    • 1995

      Ka! Editions, The Eagle Gallery, London

    • Summer Show, White Art Gallery, Tokyo

    • Taking Form, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh

    • Twenty Fifth Anniversary Exhibition, Flowers East at London Fields, London

    • Tampons d'Artiste, Musee de la Poste, Paris

    • 1996

      Ten Years After, Kapil Jariwala Gallery, London

    • The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London

    • British Abstract Art Part 3: Works on Paper, Flowers East and Flowers East at London Fields, London

    • New Paintings, Flowers East, London

    • Cross Currents, Concourse Gallery, Barbican Centre, London

    • East International, Norwich Gallery, Norfolk

    • Hard-Edge, Reed's Wharf Gallery, London

    • Contemporary Prints, White Art Gallery, Tokyo

    • 1997

      The Print Show, Flowers Graphics, London

    • Colour Way, South Bank, London

    • Small is Beautiful, Part XVII: Millennium, Flowers East, London

    • DOKU, Kunstlerhaus, Dortmund

    • New Abstract Paintings, Flowers East at Riverside Studios, London

    • Ark, Open Hand Open Space, Reading

    • 1998

      The Print Show, Flowers Graphics, London

    • Small is Beautiful Part XVI: Music, Flowers East, London

    • Angela Flowers Gallery at Riverside Studios, London

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • 1999

      The Print Show, Flowers Graphics, London

    • Small is Beautiful, Part 1: Abstract, Flowers West, Santa Monica

    • ArtFutures, Royal Festival Hall, London

    • New Publications, Flowers Graphics, London

    • Trevor Sutton and Stephen Chambers, Coexistence, London

    • Ten New Abstract Paintings, Flowers East, London

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • 2000

      ArtFutures, Barbican Centre, London

    • Small Is Beautiful - Self Portraits, Flowers East, London

    • Flowers One, Flowers Central, London

    • Mondiale Echo's, Mondriaanhuis, Amersfoort

    • 5 British Abstract Artists, Flowers West, Santa Monica

    • In a Marine Light, The Customs House Gallery, South Shields

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • Give and Take, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston and subsequent tour in 2000

    • Angela Flowers Gallery 30th Anniversary Exhibition, Flowers East, London

    • 2001

      October Foundation, Galerie Stadpark, Krems, Austria

    • Chelsea Showcase Part 1, The London Institute Gallery Millbank, London

    • Flowers Graphics, Flowers Central, London

    • British Abstract Painting, Flowers East, London

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • A Still Life, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath

    • New Publications, Flowers Graphics, London

    • 2002

      5 Abstract Printmakers, Flowers Graphics, London

    • Small Is Beautiful Part XX: Voyage, Flowers East, London

    • Meridiano de Greenwich, The Nunnery and Flowers Central, London

    • Paint on Print, Flowers Graphics, London

    • East Two, Flowers East, London

    • New Art from North Mayo, Courthouse Gallery, Ballycastle, County Mayo

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • Meridiano de Greenwich, Centro Cultural, Conde Duque, Madrid

    • 2003

      Ballinglen: The Artist in Rural Ireland, Mayo General Hospital, Castlebar, County Mayo

    • Inaugural Exhibition, Flowers, New York

    • Meridiano de Greenwich, The Bowes Museum, County Durham

    • Contemporary British Art in Print, Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin

    • Relative Values, PM Gallery, London

    • Colourspace, APT Gallery, London

    • The Hunting Art Prizes, Royal College of Art, London

    • Meridiano de Greenwich, Bayart, Cardiff

    • 2004

      Small is Beautiful XXII, Flowers Central, London

    • Behind Door Nine, UCSB, Santa Barbara

    • Flowers West @ Keller & Green, Keller & Greene, Los Angeles

    • The Trace Edition, Hirschl Contemporary Art , London

    • The Lionel Phillips Collection, Aitkinson Gallery, Millfield, Somerset

    • Abstract Composition, Flowers Graphics, London

    • Less is More, Harrow Museum, Middlesex

    • 2005

      Small is Beautiful XXIII, Flowers Central, London

    • Out of Ireland - Carol Robertson and Trevor Sutton, Galleri Weinberger, Copenhagen

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • Far from the Sea, October Foundation Projects, Kunstlerhaus Palais, Thurn und Taxis, Bregenz

    • Angela Flowers Gallery 35th Anniversary Exhibition, Flowers East / Flowers Central, London

    • 2006

      Small is Beautiful XXIV, Flowers Central, London

    • Contemporary Woodcuts, Flowers Graphics, London

    • Nine Artists, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

    • October Foundation, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven

    • 2007

      20th Anniversary Exhibition, Galleri Weinberger, Copenhagen

    • rich & strange, Flock Gallery, UWN, Newport

    • New Works by Gallery Artists, Flowers Central, London

    • Contemporary Prints London, Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • Critic's Choice, Lemon Street Gallery, Truro

    • Black & White, SE1 Gallery, London

    • 2008

      Small is Beautiful XXVI, Flowers, London

    • New Walls from Europe, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York

    • Constructed, Sainsbury Centre For Visual Arts, UEA, Norwich

    • Same As It Ever Was, Chelsea Future Space, London

    • Same As It Ever Was, The Arts Gallery, University of the Arts, London

    • 2009

      Small is Beautiful XXVII, Flowers, London

    • Northern Print Biennale, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • 2010

      Small is Beautiful XXVIII, Flowers, London

    • One blue moment, Peter Foolen Editions, Galerie Schütte, Essen

    • Black + White, Galleri Weinberger, Copenhagen

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • Material Lightness, Flowers, London

    • Take Two - Trevor Sutton + Carol Robertson, Noborimachi Space of Art, Hiroshima

    • 2011

      Small is Beautiful XXIX, Flowers, London

    • Images from North Mayo, Courthouse Gallery, Ballycastle, County Mayo

    • Double Vision, Ritter Gallery, Klagenfurt

    • NSA Collection, Noborimachi Space of Art, Hiroshima

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • In Visible Ink, West Yorkshire Print Workshop, Mirfield

    • 2012

      New Possibilities: Abstract Painting from the Seventies, The Piper Gallery, London

    • 25 Years, Gallerie Weinberger, Copenhagen

    • John Moores Painting Prize 2012, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

    • BITE: Artists Making Prints, Mall Galleries, London

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • Art Austria, Leopold Museum, Vienna

    • Ha Ha What does This Represent? Standpoint Gallery, London

    • The Artist's Imprint, Emma Hill Fine Art Eagle Gallery, London

    • 2013

      No Particular Order, The Gallery, Resort Studios, Margate

    • Wanderer's Field, Eagle Gallery, EMH Arts, London

    • Postcard from my Studio, ACME Project Space, London

    • The Discipline of Painting, Harrington Mills Studios, Nottingham

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • Imprints, Pfalzgalerie, Kaiserslautern

    • 2014

      Wash, Resort Gallery, Margate

    • Panel Paintings 2, Eagle Gallery, EMH Arts, London

    • John Moores Painting Prize 2014, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • 2015

      Whiteout, Eagle Gallery EMH Arts, London

    • Ka! Editions, Städtisches Kunstmuseum, Spendhaus, Reutlingen

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • From Centre, Loud & Western Building, London

    • Contemporary British Abstraction, SE9 Container Gallery, London

    • 2016

      Imperfect Reverse, Anglia Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge

    • Imperfect Reverse, Camberwell Project Space, London

    • Harvest, Kunstraumlangenlois, Austria

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • The Tim Sayer Bequest, The Hepworth Wakefield

    • The Edge of Printing, The Keepers House, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • 2017

      An Architect’s Eye: The Peter Collymore Gift, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester

    • Synthesis , Cinnabar, San Antonio, Texas

    • Mémoirs - Carol Robertson + Trevor Sutton, Imprints Galerie, Crest

    • Mono, Flowers East, London

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

    • Lifelines - Roger Ackling, Carol Robertson, Trevor Sutton, Galerie Gisèle Linder, Basel

    • Precision of Thought, SE9 Container Gallery, London

    • Counterpoints, Eagle Gallery EMH Arts, London

    • On Paper, Art Pavilion, London

    • 2018

      Proof Positive, Gibberd Gallery, Harlow

    • Fully Awake, Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, London

    • British Abstract Painting in the Eighties, Lanchester Gallery, University of Coventry

    • 2019

      The Art of Collaboration, Heong Gallery, Downing College, Cambridge

    • Abstract Allies, Zuleika Gallery, London

    • Heat, Zembla, Hawick, Scotland

    • Connections, KunstGarten, Graz, Austria

    • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London

    • BackYard Sculpture, Domo Baal, London

    • Clyde Hopkins & Friends, Linden Hall Studio, Kent

    • Panel Paintings, 3 Eagle Gallery London

    • Possible Architectures, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich, London

    • Small is Beautiful, Flowers Cork St, London

    • 2020

      January Edit - Resolution, Zuleika Gallery, London

    • COLLECTIONS

    • Aberdeen Art Gallery, Scotland

    • Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, USA

    • Artotheque de la Ville d’Annecy, France

    • Artotheque de Limousin, France

    • Arts Council of Great Britain, London

    • Ballinglen Archive, County Mayo, Ireland

    • British Council, London

    • British Land, London

    • Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio, USA

    • Contemporary Art Society, London

    • Deutsche Bank AG, London

    • Ernst & Young, London

    • Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall

    • Goldman Sachs International, London

    • Government Art Collection, London

    • Kasser Foundation, Montclair, New Jersey, USA

    • Merrill Lynch International Bank, London

    • NSA Collection, Noborimachi Space of Art, Hiroshima, Japan

    • Santa Barbara City College, USA

    • Stichting Ecliptica, The Netherlands

    • Stichting Mondriaanhuis, The Netherlands

    • Tate Gallery, London

    • Unilever Plc, London

    • University of East Anglia

    • University Hospital Birmingham

    • Victoria Art Gallery, Bath

    • BIBLIOGRAPHY

    • 1973

      James Heard, Arts Review, October

    • 1974

      Richard Cork, The London Evening Standard, January

    • 1978

      Peter Rippon, Artscribe, no. 10

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    • 1979

      Terence Maloon, Artscribe, no. 16

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    • 1981

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    • 1982

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    • 1983

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    • 1984

      Veronica Sekules, The University of East Anglia Collection, catalogue essay, January

    • 1989

      Charles Millard, Print Quarterly, June

    • The New Yorker Magazine, June

    • 1991

      William Packer, Financial Times, December

    • 1992

      William Feaver, The Observer, July

    • Paul Bonaventura, White Art Gallery, Tokyo, exhibition essay, September

    • 1993

      Tim Hilton, The Independent on Sunday, July

    • John McEwen, The Sunday Telegraph, August

    • William Feaver, The Observer, October

    • William Packer, Financial Times, November

    • John McEwen, The Sunday Telegraph, November

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    • 1994

      John McEwen, The Sunday Telegraph, February

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    • William Packer, Financial Times, August

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    • Lynda Morris, Norwich Gallery, exhibition essay, November

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    • 1995

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    • William Feaver, ArtNews, April

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    • Clare Henry, The Herald, July

    • 1996

      Charles Hall, Contemporary Art, vol. 3, no. 2, Spring

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    • Mel Gooding, Art Monthly, no. 194, March

    • Sacha Craddock, The Times, April

    • John McEwen, The Sunday Telegraph, May

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    • William Packer, Financial Times, July

    • William Feaver, The Observer, July

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    • 1998

      Hugh Stoddart, Flowers East, London, catalogue essay, April

    • Richard Ingleby, Eye on London, The Independent, April

    • John McEwen, The Sunday Telegraph, April

    • Best Bet, Los Angeles Times, 5 November

    • Kjeld Sondergaard, Epistler, Garnisons Kirke

    • William Packer, Financial Times, December

    • 1999

      William Packer, Financial Times, December

    • Lionel Phillips, Ixionmag, Issue 13, Spring

    • 2002

      Hugh Stoddart, Merdiano de Greenwich, catalogue essay, April

    • 2003

      Hugh Stoddart, Contemporary - Issue no. 47/48, February

    • Sue Hubbard, The Independent Review, July

    • Mary Schneider Enriquez, Art News no.11, December

    • 2004

      David Toop, catalogue essay, Flowers East, London, April

    • William Packer, Financial Times, April

    • Sue Hubbard, The Independent Review, April

    • 2005

      Maja Schlatte, Kronen Zeitung, October

    • Bernd Czechner, Kleine Zeitung, October

    • 2007

      William Packer, Catalogue Essay, Lemon Street Gallery, Truro, Febuary

    • Bernd Czechner, Jazz Painting, Vernissage, No. 267, September

    • 2008

      David Ryan, Catalogue essay, Same As It Ever Was, January

    • Evan Parker, Book essay, Chamber Music, October

    • Sue Hubbard, The Independent, December

    • 2010

      Stephen Chambers, RA Magazine No 107, Summer

    • Wilfred Skreiner, Along the Continuum of Repeated Action, Published by Ritter Books

    • 2012

      Ha Ha What Does This Represent Exhibition catalogue with essay by Dave Ryan, February

    • Walter Titz, Kunstgarten Review, Kleine Zeitung, May

    • Sam Cornish, Catalogue Essay, The Piper Gallery, London, New Possibilities: Abstract Painting from the Seventies, November

    • 2013

      Chris Yetton, A Collector's Eye, A British Adventure Contemporary Art from the van Hulten Collection, Museum Belvédère, September

    • Sara R Key, The Discipline of Painting, abstract critical, October

    • Andrew Parkinson, The Discipline of Painting, patternsthatconnext, October

    • 2015

      Peter Jenkins, Trevor Sutton - Time of Day, Exhibition catalogue essay, Eagle Gallery, EMH Arts, London, September

    • Laurence Noga, Online review of Time Of Day: Trevor Sutton at the Eagle Gallery Saturation Point October

    • 2016

      Jo Gorner - In Conversation, Printmaking Today, Vol 25, No. 1 Spring issue

    • Michael Cerha, der Standard, 24 August

    • Laurence Noga, Imperfect Reverse, exhibition catalogue with essay

    • 2017

      Andy Parkinson, Assembly and Image, patternsthatconnect, April

    • Laurence Noga, Counterpoints, Eagle Gallery, London Saturation Point - May

    • 2019

      Kelly Grovier, Out of This World Royal Academy of Arts Magazine 143

    • Trevor Sutton, Katsura Imperial Villa book published by Peter Foolen Editions, ISBN 978-94-90673-27-7