Thursday, 12 March 2015

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Tuesday, 10 March 2015


Greek Ventures
Serenissima, Chania, Crete, Greece
August 2015

85 Marchmont Street, WC1N 1AL
From 1st February 2015

Highgate School
Commissioned Set of Prints for 450th Anniversary
On Display from 2nd March 2015

Lacey Contemporary Gallery 
10th - 16th March 2015

From February 2015

85 Marchmont Street, WC1N 1AL
May - September 2014

Chatsworth Road/Brooksbys Walk E9 6DA
from May 2014 - March 2015

Petaluma Visitors' Center
Petaluma, California
From 2014

Crouch End Broadway
3rd Show From July 2013

Black Cat
Clarence Road London E5 8HB
From September 2014 to March 2015

H Street, Petaluma, California 
June - July 2013
Old Redwood Highway, Cotati California 
August - October 2013

Portugal Prints
Dean Street Soho
August 2012 - December 2014

Gallery Space, Dandelion,
Parkway, Camden Town NW1
January 2013 - May 2014


Reason to Eat, 
Camden High Street NW1
February 2010 - December 2012


Whitstable Biennale,
Show Off Gallery, Harbour Street, Whitstable
 August 2012


PortugalPrints/Westminster Mind,
Dean Street, Soho  July - August 2012

Nomad Show,
Walthamstow  August - September 2012

Good for Food,
Blackstock Road N4 2DW  19/10/11 - 03/04/12

The Mills Centre, Highgate School,
 November 2011

"Further Decline"
New Works
and an official launch of "Divine Decline" the book
at the Broadway Bookshop
6th September - 4th October 2011
6 Broadway Market, Hackney, London E8 4QJ
Phone: 020 7241 1626

Nomad in Currans
as Part of the E17 Art Trail
166 Hoe Street
Walthamstow, London E17 4QH
PV 1st September 2011 18.00 to 20.00
The Art Trail runs from 2nd sept to 11th sept 
Currans is open every day from 12pm til 12am and later on Fris and Sats.

A Very Small Show of Current Work at

63 Harbour Street, Whitstable, Kent
From 30th July 2011 - December 2013

Current Show
SAY Architects

45 Mitchell Street, London EC1V 3QD

From 12th May 2011
Open 11am to 5pm weekdays

or call 020 7490 1018 for Info

One Man Show at
Map Music, 46 Grafton Road NW5 3DU
11th March to 11th June 2011
Private View Held 12th March 2011
followed by an Evening with Carol Grimes


Nomad group show 
Cooke's Traditional Pie and Mash Shop
9 Broadway Market, London, E8 4PH  Tel 020 7254 6458
31st March to 15th April 2011
Nomad: Andrew Pegram, Penny Dampier, Dave Fried, Manda Helal, Judy Clarkson, Geoff Gunby.

Domestic Gallery

Pop Up
Andrew Pegram One Man Show at
yfbs Space
207 Whitecross Street, London, EC1Y 8QP

Friday 25th February – Monday 28th February 2011

Friday, 9 January 2015

New Work

Large Print of Old Highbury Station
Private Collection 2015

Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Artist in Residence Westminster Mind

After teaching some short courses at Portugal Prints in Soho, 
I was appointed Artist in Residence in 2012. 
Portugal Prints is part of Westminster Mind.
I held an exhibition there during 2012 
and two of my photographic images were selected for the Calendar of Mind.

I am very grateful to all at Portugal Prints

Thursday, 10 May 2012

Recent House Portraits

House Near Chalk Farm

House in Islington

Map Cafe, Kentish Town

House in Whitstable, Kent

Skiing Chalet French Alps

Coffee House, Camden
Private House, Acton

Friday, 15 July 2011

New Drawings

Like many of my works - these started as my architectural photographs
(Some are from my book Divine Decline.)
One is of 63 Harbour Street Whitstable in Kent.

Friday, 24 June 2011

Reviews, Articles & Publications

Article Published in "Fox Magazine"
July 2011

Article Published in "The Cholmeleian"
Summer 2011

Article published in The Blue Note Book: Journal for Artists' Books Volume 5: no. 1,
(Review of Divine Decline)
October 2010

A tiny version of Divine Decline was produced by hand by the Author in a very small edition. It was  shown at a Book Launch in the White Heat Exhibition at Kaleid Gallery, 23-25 Redchurch St, London E2 7DJ

A review written by Kasia Wlaszczyk and published in The Blue Note Book: Journal for Artists' Books Volume 5: no. 1, October 2010. The exhibition was curated at KALEID in Shoreditch between 2nd-27th June 2010.

"History and heritage also play integral roles in Andrew Pegram’s work Divine Decline, a collection of small scale photographs of buildings that despite their architectural and historical value are left abandoned and un-restored. Through a neo-romantic portrayal of the passage of time, Pegram, a contemporary photographer, creates, much in the vein of Foucault, a heterotopia. In his work the buildings are like cemeteries, physically disseminated throughout London and the everyday while simultaneously occupying a more ambiguous space of absence. If the city in its skyscraping glory was the embodiment of the modern, then Pegram’s phantom buildings seem to define our post-modern age of ruptures and dissemination." 

Kasia Wlaszczyk