Exhibitions

  1.  Indigo Reimagined, Forthcoming solo Exhibition. 20 June- 20m August, 2018,  Main Auditorium  Gallery, University of Lagos, Nigeria
  2. On and On group exhibition, Lagoon Gallery, Department of Creative Arts, University of Lagos,  January, 2019
  3. October Rain, Group Exhibition of the Society of Nigerian Artists, 20th Annual Juried Exhibition, Pyramid Gallery, Ikoyi Lagos. 20 October, 2018Fulbright Art Exhibition; Good Governance, University of Benin Banquet Hall, Edo State, Nigeria.  19-21 January, 2016.
  4. Return, Solo Exhibition, Raw Spot Gallery, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. June 13, 2018
  5. Objectas Fontera at CA2M in Madrid, Spain   November 4, 2015 to February 28, 2016 (Curated by Solphie Golz Travelling exhibition featuring: Kader Attia (France/Algeria), artist collective Burning Museum (South Africa), Sammy Baloji (DR Congo)/ Lazara Albear (Cuba/Belgium), Peju Layiwola (Nigeria), Michelle Monareng (South Africa), Paulo Nazareth (Brasil), Lisl Ponger (Austria), Jorge Satorre (Mexico), Penny Siopis (South Africa), Dierk Schmidt (Germany), Karl Waldmann († Germany), Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa (Great Britain/Uganda).
  6. Artificial Facts and Boundary Objects, June 20-September 20, 2015, Kunsthaus Dresden, Municipal Gallery of Arts, Dresden, Germany.
  7. Curated/Exhibited in the Whose Centenary? Collaborative Public Art Project, Igun Street, Benin City, 6/7December, 2014. Group public art performance and exhibition.  Supported by the University of Lagos research Grant.
  8. Group show: Contemporary Artists from Nigeria, Nigeria/Roots, Luciano Benetton Collection, 2013
  9. Benin1897.com: Art and the Restitution Question, a Solo Traveling Exhibition by Peju Layiwola, Lagos, 8 April-30 May, 2010, Main Auditorium Gallery, University of Lagos, Nigeria.   Solo Exhibition: Benin1897.com: Art and the Restitution Question, a Solo Traveling Exhibition, The Museum, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Ibadan, 20 August-10 October, 2010
  10. Joint show: Identities and Labels: Eight Contemporary Nigerian Women Artists, Pan African University Lagos, 24 September-8 October, 2005
  11. Two man show: Of Bronzes and Prints: a Mother/Daughter Perspective: an Exhibition of Sculptures, Reliefs and Prints. Goethe Institute Lagos, Two-person exhibition by Princess Elizabeth Olowu and Peju Layiwola. June 14 – 25, 2003.
  12.  ‘The African Woman: An Exhibition of Bronze Sculptures,’ solo exhibition, Flowerfield Arts Gallery, Portstewart, Northern Ireland, U.K, May 1996. Women, Art and Society: Queen’s University of Belfast, Armagh Campus. N. Ireland, UK, September, 1996.
  13. Curator: Wole Soyinka @ 80 Art Exhibition.  Curator/Exhibitor, JP Clark Centre, University of Lagos.
  14. Art Cities of the Future: 21st Century Avant –Gardes, Group selection, Phaidon, London.

      Selected Exhibitions (Local and international)

  1. Not an Ocean between Us: Voices of Women from Africa and the African Diaspora. Diggs Gallery, Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem, NC. Group exhibition of 41 works by 24 women artists. May 30, 2006 -March 17, 2007.
  2. African Art, African Voices, October 2, 2004- January 2, 2005, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia.
  3. Out of Bounds: Women Artists from Africa Curated by Mimi Wolford for the University of New England Art Gallery, Westbrook College, Maine, Portland July 20 – September 19, 2004. Peju Layiwola and Rackhi Diankha; an Exhibition of Two Female African Artists, Mbari Mbayo Institute, Washington DC, USA, 5 October, 2003.
  4. ‘Breaking the Mould in Africa; The Cire Perdue Casting Technique Revisited,’ The Basement Gallery Dundalk, Republic of Ireland, August, 1996.
  5. Voices from Within: African Art Expressions, 2009, Enugu, Nigeria.
  6. 3rd National Exhibition of Female Artists Association of Nigeria, September-October, 2007. Aina Onabolu House, National Theatre Annex, Iganmu. Lagos.
  7. Harvest of the Harmattan Retreat; Exhibition of Art Works from the Harmattan Workshop Series, Agbaraotor, Pan African University, Ajah, Lagos. 2-16 October, 2004.
  8. ‘Just Prints’ Mydrim Gallery, Victoria Island, Lagos, July 1-12, 2004.
  9. Rhythms of the Forge, Aina Onabolu Gallery, Lagos, January 31- February 13 2003.
  10. Exhibition to mark the 1st year Anniversary of the Nigerian Society for Information, Arts and Culture (NSIAC). Tuesday 17, June 2003.
  11.  ‘Finger Prints and Footsteps of Nature’ An exhibition organized by Alliance Francaise in collaboration with the Society of Nigerian Artist, Oyo State Chapter May 31- June 14, 2002.
  12. Modern Nigerian Painters’ Exhibition Organized by the Nigerian Society for Information, ‘Arts and Culture (NSIAC), Ibadan and the Society Of Nigerian Artists, Oyo State, 28 August 2002.
  13. ‘Third Tier of Government; Myth or Reality’ Exhibition and Symposium on Local Government held by the Nigerian Society for Information, Arts and Culture (NSIAC), Ibadan 30 July 2002.
  14. ‘Creative Femininity’ Aina Onabolu Gallery, 21 November, 2002 organized by the National Gallery of Art, Abuja and the Nigerian Association of Female Artists.
  15. Exhibition in Honour of Professor C. O. Adepegba, Museum Lobby, Institute for African Studies, University of Ibadan, 29-31 October 2002.
  16. Nigerian Institute of International Affairs Open Day Exhibition 2002, 16 –20 December, 2002.
  17. ‘Vision Rekindled’ Exhibition Organized by the Society of Nigerian Artists, Oyo State Chapter, the British Council, Ibadan, Oyo State. August 24-31, 2001.
  18. ‘Echoes, Cities and Artists in Nigeria’ Organized by The French Institute of Research in Africa (IFRA) in collaboration with the Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan. 29-31 October, 2001
  19. Images’ Exhibition organized by the Society of Nigerian Artists, Oyo State Chapter in Collaboration with the Ministry of Information, Youth, Sports & Culture, Oyo State. The Cultural Centre, Mokola Hill, Ibadan 5-19 October, 2001.