Peter Brook is a visual artist from Melbourne Australia. He received his B.A. Fine Arts from Victoria College, Prahran / Deakin University Melbourne. His work includes painting, drawing and photography. In addition to his studio practice, he has worked alongside local artists in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands and Central Australia.

2013-2015 Lived & studied in Los Angeles
1996-2012 Lived and worked in Papua New Guinea

2013-2015 Fuller Graduate School of Intercultural Studies. MA Intercultural Studies (Theology and Arts)
1999 Summer Institute of Linguistics of Australia. Grad.Dip. Social Sciences in Applied Linguistics
1989-1991 Victoria College Prahran, Victoria. B.A., Fine Arts

The City of Prahran Acquisitive Art Award – Award of Excellence, 1991.
The Artworkz Award in Painting – Award of Excellence, 1991.

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2018 Kati Thanda / suggestion of memories, Tacit Art Galleries, Collingwood, Melbourne.
2015 Heaven and Earth, Brehm Gallery and Formation House, Pasadena, Los Angeles.
2013 Sepik Journey II, Chapel on Station Gallery, Box Hill, Melbourne.
2007 Sepik Journey, Chapel on Station Gallery, Box Hill, Melbourne.

Selected Group Exhibitions
2013 Revelation, Brehm Gallery, Los Angeles.
2001 Fruition Arts Festival, Montsalvat, Eltham.
1994 Landscape, The Blaxland Gallery, Myer, Melbourne.
1993 Let the Dog Out, The Malvern Community Print Workshop, Riddoch Gallery, Mt. Gambia, South Australia.
1991 Prahran Faculty of Art and Design, Fine Art Graduate Exhibition, Building A, Victoria College, Prahran, Melbourne.
1991 First National Student Exhibition, Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne.
1991 Prahran Painters, Building A, Victoria College, Prahran, Melbourne. 1990 Body Bits, Stare Gallery, Melbourne.
1990 The Little Picture Show, Stare Gallery, Melbourne.
1990 Prahran Painters, Linden Gallery, Melbourne.
1989 Prahran Painters – Works on Paper, Watermark Gallery, Melbourne.
1989 Prahran Painters, Linden Gallery, Melbourne.

Private collections in Australia, Canada, U.S.A., Norway, Benin, Papua New Guinea.
Permanent public collection of the ‘City of Prahran’, Melbourne. Artworkz Collection, Melbourne. Fuller Theological Seminary, Los Angeles.