July 2021. Surface and Space: A Summer Show Frith Street Gallery. London. July 9th to August 7th
July 2021. DongGang International Photo Festival Yeongwol. Korea. July 16th to September 19th
June 2021. Seeing Past The Future Pollock Krasner House and Study Centre On-Line June 10th to August 31st
May 2021. Desde El Salon (From The Living Room) Whitechapel Gallery. May 19th to August 15th
March 2020. Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery. March 18th to July 19th
January 2020. In Conversation with Frank Watson on Resonance FM / The Sound of Photography. January 16th
October 2019. In Conversation with Liz Jobey at Tate Modern / Presenting John Riddy: Photographs. October 16th 19-00
May 2019. Toef Jaeger. John Riddy: Photographs De Pont, NRC.NL
April 2019. John Riddy: Photographs. Published by Steidl.
April 2019. John Riddy. De Pont Museum Tilburg . April 13th to September 1st.
March 2018. Half-light. Chosen by Mark Harris for Critic's Picks in Artforum (Online)
February 2018. Half-light. Frith Street Gallery London. February 23rd to April 14th.
January 2017. A Certain Kind of Light. Towner Art Gallery Eastbourne. January 21st to May 7th.
July 2016. Particular place : Spectacular space. Berwick Watchtower Tweedmouth. July 23rd to September 23rd.
January 2016. Of Things Placed. (With James Castle) Frith Street Gallery. London. Extended until 29th January 2016.
November 2015. Charlie Fox, John Riddy and James Castle Of Things Placed Frith Street Gallery, Frieze
October 2015. Julia Langbein, John Riddy and James Castle Of Things Placed Frith Street Gallery, Art Forum (online)
September 2015. Of Things Placed. (With James Castle) Frith Street Gallery. London. September 17th.
January 2015. 40 Years - 40 Artists. UMCA University of Massachusetts. Amherst. January 21st to March 8th.
January 2015. Sleepless. Belvedere 21er Haus. Vienna. January 28th to May 25th.
November 2014. Palermo. Lawrence Markey. San Antonio. Texas. November 15th to December 19th. (Extended)
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March 2014. Related Article. The detritus of The Future and The Pleasure of The past. Brian Dillon Tate Etc..Spring
March 2014. Ruin lust. Tate Britain. March 4th to May 18th.