Reflection (What Does Your Soul Look Like?) — Peter Doig

Reflection (What Does Your Soul Look Like?), 1997 by Peter Doig (b. 1959)

Lapeyrouse Wall — Peter Doig


Lapeyrouse Wall, 2004 by Peter Doig (b. 1959)

Young Bean Farmer — Peter Doig


Young Bean Farmer, 1991 by Peter Doig (b. 1959)

Baked — Peter Doig


Baked, 1990 by Peter Doig (b. 1959)

Red House — Peter Doig

Red House 1996 by Peter Doig born 1959

Red House, 1996 by Peter Doig (b. 1959)

100 Years Ago — Peter Doig

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100 Years Ago — Peter Doig

Grasshopper — Peter Doig

Camp Forestia — Peter Doig

Bomb Island — Peter Doig

Peter Doig’s Studio Film Club Posters

From Peter Doig’s piece for Frieze Magazine’s Life in Film series:

When I moved to Port of Spain in Trinidad five years ago, there was a small Caribbean film festival on, which I went to see. They showed a documentary, A Hard Road To Travel(2001, directed by Chris Browne), on the making of The Harder they Come (1972, directed by Perry Henzell, Browne’s uncle), the classic film starring Jimmy Cliff. I realized that many people of a younger generation in Port of Spain had never seen The Harder They Come. As there’s no cinema in town that shows old films, I decided to screen it. It was a one-off idea, but it was popular, so we started the StudioFilmClub. I now run it with a Trinidadian artist, Che Lovelace. Initially we wanted to show films that we thought were appropriate to a Trinidadian audience, where the narrative might have some connection to the place, but in the end we realized that was somehow patronizing; instead, we decided to show films that we simply liked or thought important or interesting – we only do one film a week and jump around between genres and countries and directors, covering the spectrum from art-house to mainstream. For example, the second film we showed was Agnès Varda’s The Gleaners and I (2000), and after that Jim Jarmusch’s Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999). I don’t think we’ve ever put on a bad film.

Okahumkee (Some other Peoples Blues) — Peter Doig

Figures in Red Boat — Peter Doig


Night Fishing — Peter Doig


Blotter — Peter Doig