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EDDIE PEAKE: NAUTILUS
DECEMBER 2015
Miami
During Miami Art Week 2015 a large scale Eddie Peake's new installation will be on show on the roof of Nautilus Sixty Hotel in South Beach, Miami. The work is commissioned by Artsy and Nautilus.
EDDIE PEAKE: THE FOREVER LOOP
OCTOBER 2015
Barbican London
The Forever Loop presents a choreographed, looped performance that weaves in and out of synchronisation with a video of past performances, a home movie from his childhood and a film shot at the studio of koollondon.com. Set against a backdrop of large scale installations from maze-like, plastered wall structures that frame both the viewer and performer to a raised scaffold walkway, the performers move in and out of the spaces taking the viewer on a dramatic journey, while a sheer suited roller skater glides fluidly through the space.
FRIEZE NY: EDDIE PEAKE, (Stand A26)
MAY 2014
Randall's Island, New York
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill is proud to present a solo presentation by Eddie Peake at Frieze New York, stand A26. Psychosis is a solo-stand of new work by Eddie Peake. It includes a see-through wall installation, paintings, sculpture, neon, and a 3-minute performance every hour. 
EDDIE PEAKE: PERFORMA 13
NOVEMBER 2013
Swiss Institute, New York
Eddie Peake makes his New York debut with a performance at the Swiss Institute on Wooster Street. The work, with ten performers, has been commissioned by Performa, the biennal of performance art (13.performa-arts.org). Since his first exhibition at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill in Rome in 2009, Peake has developed a rich vocabulary which includes painting, photography, performance, video, sculpture and installation. This new piece, Endymion,builds on a work he made for the opening of the Tanks at Tate Modern during the Olympics last year. 
 
EDDIE PEAKE: AMIDST A SEA OF FLAILING HIGH HEELS AND COOKING UTENSILS, PART 1
JULY 2012
Tate Modern, The Tanks, London
Eddie Peake presents a new performance made especially for the Tanks. He works with bodies, movement and music, playfully exploring physical form in all its manifestations Peake's bodies become both sculptural and sexual objects via choreographed actions, encouraging the audience to give in to voyeuristic desire. Presented in co-operation with the Chisenhale Gallery, London, where Peake presents a related performance on Thursday 26 July 2012, 19.00
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