Simon Roberts  Selected Group Exhibitions
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  • 2015
  • People’s History Museum (Manchester, UK): Show Me The Money, July – January 2016 (link)
  • Mall Galleries (London, UK): Discerning Eye, November (link)
  • Minsheng Art Museum (Shanghai, China): Work, Rest and Play: British Photography 1960s to Today, July – August (link)
  • OCT-LOFT (Shenzhen, China): Work, Rest and Play: British Photography 1960s to Today, May – July
  • NRW-Forum (Düsseldorf, Germany): Human Nature, January – April (link)
  • 2014
  • Klompching Gallery (New York, US): About Land: The Landscape In Contemporary Photography, November – December
  • Flowers Gallery (New York, US): Small is Beautiful, November – December
  • Deutsche Börse AG (Frankfurt, Germany): Human Nature, October – December (link)
  • John Hansard Gallery (Southampton, UK): Show Me The Money, October – November (link)
  • Aberystwyth Arts Centre (Aberystwyth, UK): I like this place, July – September (link)
  • The Photographers’ Gallery (London, UK): Didn’t We Have A Lovely Time, July – August (link)
  • Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art (Sunderland, UK): Show Me The Money, June – August (link)
  • 2013
  • The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art (Missouri, USA): Making Pictures of People — Recent Perspectives on Photographic Portraiture, August – January 2014
  • Museum of London Docklands (London, UK): Estuary, May – October (link)
  • Somerset House (London, UK): Landmark: The Fields of Photography, March – April (link)
  • Format Festival (Derby, UK): Piece of Cake, March – April (link)
  • 2012
  • Galeria de Arte SESI (Sao Paulo, Brazil): Observers: British Photography and the British Scene (From the 1920s to Now), September – December
  • Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma (Rome, Italy): Camera Work / FOTOGRAFIA – Festival
  • Internazionale di Roma, September – October
  • Belvedere Museum (Noorderlicht Photofestival, Netherlands); Terra Cognita, September – October
  • Sifest (Savignano, Italy): Sin_Tesis, September – October
  • Flowers Gallery (London, UK): Uncommon Ground, July – September (link)
  • White Cloth Gallery (Leeds, UK): The Great British Public, July – September
  • Dog Eared Gallery (London, UK): The Great British Public, June (link)
  • Aubin Gallery (London, UK): The English Way, May – June (link)
  • Australian Centre for Photography (New South Wales, Australia): Hijacked III, June – August (link)
  • Griffith University Art Gallery (Brisbane, Australia): Hijacked III, April – June
  • Quad (Derby, UK): Hijacked III, March – May (link)
  • Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (Perth, Australia): Hijacked III: Contemporary Photography from Australia & UK, February – April
  • 2011
  • National Library of Ireland (Dublin, Ireland): Martin Parr’s Best Books of the Decade, July (link)
  • Klompching Gallery (New York, US): Land, June – July (link)
  • Down Stairs Gallery (Madley, UK): Heartlands, May – July (link)
  • Coutts Bank (London, UK): Everyday Extraordinary, January – December
  • 2010
  • Host Gallery (London, UK): Pieces of a song, December
  • Carrousel du Louvre (Paris, France): Electric Vision: BMW Paris Photo Prize, November
  • The Photo Gallery (Bristol, UK): Landscape, November
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art (Washington DC, USA): 100 Portraits / 100 Photographers, November
  • George Eastman House (Rochester, USA): What We’re Collecting: Art/Not-Art, August – October (link)
  • 360 degrés (Quebec, Canada): Festival of Contemporary Landscape Photography, August – October
  • Kaunas Photo Festival (Kaunas, Lithuania): Duets and Duels – Night of Photography, September (link)
  • Krakow Photomonth (Krakow, Poland): Aktualizacja UK, May
  • 2009
  • House of Sweden, FotoWeek DC (Washington, USA): What Lies Beneath- Nature & Urban Landscape in EU Photography, November (link)
  • Paris Photo, Carrousel du Louvre (Paris, France): We English, November
  • BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (Gateshead, UK): Parrworld, October – December
  • Noorderlicht Photo Festival (Groningen, Netherlands): War Machines, September – October (link)
  • 3 White Walls Gallery (Birmingham, UK): Photography is dead: 10 years of Rhubarb-Rhubarb, July (link)
  • Royal Academy (London, UK): Summer Exhibition, June – August
  • C/O Berlin (Berlin, Germany): Visions of Our Time, Deutsche Börse Art Collection, May – July
  • New York Photo Festival (New York, US): Home for Good, May
  • Klompching Gallery (New York, US): Splash! April – June (link)
  • Shinjuku, (Tokyo, Japan): This Day of Change, April – May
  • Format Festival (Derby, UK): Polyarnye Nochi, March – April
  • 2008
  • Month of European Photography (Berlin, Germany): Blurring the Lines, November
  • Vanderbilt University Law School (Nashville, Tennessee): Dialogues, October – December
  • Pingyao International Photo Festival (Pingyao, China): Motherland, September
  • Royal Academy (London, UK): Summer Exhibition, June – August (link)
  • Lumix Festival (Hannover, Germany): Motherland, June (link)
  • New York Photo Festival (New York, US): Portraiture, May
  • Zeitgeist Art Gallery, (Nashville, Tennessee): Dialogues, May – June
  • Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago, US): This Land Is Your Land, February (link)
  • Museum of Contemporary Art (Shanghai, China): Unseen, January – March
  • 2007
  • Association Of Photographers Gallery (London, UK): Polyarnye Nochi, August
  • Les Rencontres D’Arles (Arles, France): Motherland – Evening Projection, June
  • Photo London, Old Billingsgate (London, UK): Motherland, May
  • Deutsche Börse Art Collection (Frankfurt, Germany): New Acquisitions, March – September (link)
  • Royal Photographic Society (London, UK): 150th International Print Exhibition, May – June
  • 2006
  • Lianzhou International Photo Festival (Lianzhou, China): Motherland, December
  • Lennox Contemporary Gallery, (Toronto,Canada): Flash Forward, November (link)
  • Paris Photo, Carrousel du Louvre (Paris, France): Motherland, November
  • Kaunas Photo Days Festival (Kaunas, Lithuania): Motherland, September – October
  • PHotoEspaña Festival (Madrid, Spain): Descubrimientos PHE, June – July