2024    July: Forthcoming: solo exhibition at Bermondsey Project Space

2023   Web Exhibition solo artist, MOCA London

2021    The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, no format Gallery, London

2020    between parts undone, Paintings by David Lock, Gavin Maughfling and J.A. Nicholls, Studio 1.1 Gallery, London 

2019     Did You See Me Coming?, no format Gallery, London

2017     Voice, Westminster Reference Library, London

2016     Muhammed Sankari, St. Mary's, Walthamstow (exterior projection, refugee project)

2005     Sublime State, Lounge Gallery, London

2003     University Of Hertfordshire

2002     Schilderijin, Galerie Van Der Planken, Antwerp

2002     Holland Art Fair, Den Haag (with Galerie Van Der Planken)

1999     Bomb, Windsor Art Centre

1998     Cold Metal, Institute of Physics, London

1997     Work from the British Embassy Residency, Orfeo Gallery, Luxembourg

1994     Philip Graham Gallery, London

1994     Pump House Gallery, London     


2024   Hard Candy, Space Studios, London (curated by Cathy Lomax)

2024   Assembly, Rye Cultural Centre, Rye (curated by Paula MacArthur).

2023    Newcastle X, 10 Years of Contemporary British Painting, Newcastle Contemporary Art, Newcastle (curated by Narbi Price)

2022    Figure and Ground, Bermondsey Project Space, London (curated by Andrew Etherington)

2020    Beep Biennial 2020, Elysium Gallery Swansea (selected by Enzo Marra and Steph Goodger)

2019     Artworks 2019, Barbican Arts Trust Project Space (selected by Emma Talbot and Alex Schady)

2019     The Creekside Open 2019 (selected by Sacha Craddock).

2019     This Year's Model, Studio 1.1, London.

2018     Emerald Winter Pride Art Awards, House of St Barnabas, London (shortlisted finalist)

2018     Video Shorts, Leyden Galley, London

2017     In the Open, Sheffield Institute of the Arts, Sheffield, United Kingdom (collaborative project with Min-Wei Ting)

2017     Antennae, Lubimirov/Angus-Hughes, London

2016     Unnatural Histories, Sun Pier Gallery, Chatham, United Kingdom (curated by Jane Millar)

2016     Ghost on the Wire #2 , Objectifs Centre for Film and Photography, Singapore (co-curated with Suzanne de Emmony)

2015     Mysterious Objects at Noon (London), ArtLacuna, London (co-curated with Suzanne de Emmony)

2015     Mysterious Objects at Noon, Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film, Singapore (co-curated with Suzanne de Emmony)

2014     Over Time, University of Greenwich, and National Maritime Museum, London (curated by Anne Robinson)

2014     Ghost on the Wire, Bermondsey Project Space, London (co-curated with Suzanne de Emmony)

2013     Ruskin Shorts 13, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (selected by Elizabeth Price)

2012     Landing Places, Indignation, Singapore (curated by Tania de Rozario)

2011     Mostyn Biennial 2011, Mostyn Art Gallery, Llandudno

2008     00 Nature CAP Projects, London

2007     Wintry, Lounge Gallery, London

2007     Intimacy, CAP Projects, London (curated by Gavin Maughfing and Nicky Hodge)

2005     Real Strange, Lounge Gallery, London

2002     Four Artists, Elzenveld Foundation, Antwerp

2001     Four Artists, Prenelle Gallery, London

2001     10 Jaar Galerie Planken, Eugeen Van Miegham Museum, Antwerp

2000     Art Paris, Carroussel du Louvre, Paris (with Galerie Van Der Planken)

2000     Blush, Underwood Gallery, London

1996     4 Artists from Great Britain, Elzenveld Foundation, Antwerp, with the British Council

1995     British Embassy Artists, Konschthaus Beim Engel, Luxembourg
1994     Philip Graham Contemporary Art, London

1993     The Sexual Perspective, Jill George Gallery, London

1991     Art For Equality, ICA London

1991     Art for Equality, Kelvingrove Gallery, Glasgow

1990     International Art Fair, Olympia, London


2014     Ghost on the Wire, Catalogue Essay, National Arts Council Singapore

2003     Francis Bacon, Works on Paper, Engage Magazine. London

1994     Emmanuel Cooper, The Sexual Perspective. Routledge & Keegan Paul, London  


2002     The University of Hertfordshire

1997     The British Embassy, Luxembourg


United Kingdom National Government Art Collection. The University of Hertfordshire, de Havilland Campus. Private collections in the United Kingdom, United States, France, Germany Uruguay, Belgium, Netherlands and Singapore.