Freddie Peacock



'Break in Emergency 3', group exhibition with 4BYSIX, (01/04/22 - 02/04/22). New Bond Street, London.

'Welcome to The Rodeo', archive solo show, Camden Open Air Gallery, (13/02/23 - 24/03/23). Camden High Street, London.

'The Other Art Fair', powered by Saatchi Gallery, (2023). Kings Cross, London.

'Dubel Prize', shortlist group exhibition in partnership with Red Eight Gallery (26/08/23). The Royal Exchange, London.

'Art Gemini Prize', group exhibition, (20/09/23 - 26/09/23). Zari Gallery, Fitzrovia, London.

'Dubel Prize', solo exhibition in partnership with Red Eight Gallery (22/02/24 - 22/03/24). Home Grown Private Members Club, London.


'WHO IS VIRGIL?'portrait painting on London bus panel. In partnership with non-profit organisation, '4BYSIX', this piece was exhibited on new Bond Street in April of 2022, and auctioned to raise money for the homeless in London. 1/1 hand painted merchandise that was created during the process of making the piece was also sold in order to raise money for Virgil Abloh's 'Post-Modern Scholarship fund', which intends to uplift and develop under-represented creative talent, 'by providing scholarships to students of academic promise of Black, African-American or of African Descent.' as well as providing on-the-ground support to these students to help elevate them into their chosen careers.

1/1 Archive t-shirt drop. In September of 2022, Freddie carried out a highly exclusive release of some 'one of a kind' sought after t-shirts to his followers, raising money for the charity, 'Crisis UK', who aim to help tackle issues of homelessness across the UK.

'BROTHERHOOD'. In honour of his best friend Luke O'Connor, who he lost in October 2022, Freddie decided to partner with the, 'Lives not Knives' charity to release a limited run of 'BROTHERHOOD' t-shirts alongside his largest scale painting to date (4ft x 5ft, see Gallery) on what wouldve been Luke's 20th birthday (31st January), in order to raise money for the charity to help educate our youth and combat knife crime within the UK. The t-shirts sold out in under 40 minutes.


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Featured on Instagrams first list of 21 under 21 creators.

GUAP Magazine

Arlo Parks x Dazed x Converse London art journal

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