Paddy Summerfield

Exhibitions
1967 
Like It Is, Dixon's Photographic Gallery, Oxford St. London (Group)  

1971 
As It Was, St Edmund Hall, Oxford (Solo)  

1971 
Young Contemporaries I, Creative Camera Travelling Exhibition reviewed in BJP Feb 1971 (Group) 

1972 
Young Contemporaries II, Creative Camera Travelling Exhibition (Group)

1973 
Serpentine Photography '73, Serpentine Gallery, Hyde Park, London (curator: Pete Turner) (Group)  

1974 
CO-OPTIC Real Britain (With: Martin Parr/ C Steele-Perkins/ Pete Turner/ Nick Hedges (Group))

1975 
Young British Photographers (including Griffin/ Steele-Perkins etc), Modern Art Oxford, Photographers' Gallery London, then travelling UK, Europe, USA (Group)
1975 
International Photography, Museum of Modern Art, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Group)  

1975 
Warwick Open Invitational Exhibition The Warwick Gallery, Warwick (Group)  

1976 
Beneath The Dreaming Spires. Photographs of Oxford, Museum of Modern Art Oxford (Solo)
1976 
Invitational (Group) Show (Arts Council grant), Fylde Arts Association, Blackpool, then travelling (Group)  

1976 
Previous Exhibitors, Serpentine Gallery, London (Group)

1977 
Singular Realities, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford + Side Gallery Newcastle (Group)

1977 
Concerning Photography, Photographers' Gallery (Group)  

1982 
The Third Meaning, Museum of Modern Art,Oxford (Group)

1982 
Under The Arches, Stedelijk Museum, Laenhal, Leiden (Group)

1984 
Sequences, Cambridge Darkroom (Group)  

1986 
Sixteen Studios, Museum of Modern Art,Oxford (Group)

1987 
The Bradford Challenge, Museum of Photography Bradford (Group)

1988 
Death, Cambridge Darkroom (Group)

1988 
Time, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford (Group)

1989 
Through the Looking Glass, Barbican, London (Group)  

1989 
Sun Life Photography Awards, Museum Of Photography Bradford (Group)

1992 
Retrospective Ruskin School of Art (Solo)

2004 
English Eyes (curated Peter Hamilton) Leica Gallery, New York (Group)

2005 
Empty Days Ovada, Oxford (Solo)

 

Work by Paddy Summerfield is held in the V&A collection & the Arts Council