a pure land,  OSL Contemporary, Oslo, Norway and i8 Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland



In Position, Chateau La Coste and Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland



I’ll Close My Eyes, De Pont Museum, Netherlands and Hatje Cantz Verlag, Berlin, Germany



Callum Innes: History, Whitworth Art Gallery, The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK



water|colour, Callum Innes and Colm Tóibín, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, USA



Callum Innes: I look to you, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, UK



From Memory - Callum Innes, Hatje Cantz (in association with the Fruitmarket

Gallery), Germany, to accompany the touring exhibition of the same title 2005 Callum Innes: Resonance, Tate St. Ives, UK



Callum Innes, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, UK



Jerwood Painting Prize, Sasha Craddock, Jerwood Foundation 2001 Exposed Paintings, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, UK

6 Degrees of Separation, Jensen Gallery and Ludwig Wittgenstein, New Zealand 2000 Blue: borrowed and new, The New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK

Moving Targets 2: A User's Guide to British Art Now, Tate Publishing, London,




Callum Innes, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK

Callum Innes, essay by Marco Livingstone, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 1998 Callum Innes, Watercolours, Ikon Gallery, Kunsthalle Bern, Germany



Abstract Painting Once Removed, curated by Dana Friis-Hansen, Contemporary

Arts Museum, Housten

Abstraction/Abstraction Géométries Provisoires, exhibition catalogue, Musée d’Art Moderne, Saint Etienne

Callum Innes Watercolours, Kunsthaus Zürich



Callum Innes, essay by Mel Gooding, Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, UK



Callum Innes, essay by Friedrich Meschede and forward by Peter Fleissig, Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zurich

Architecture of the Mind, Galerie Barbera Farber, Amsterdam, Netherlands Callum Innes, Adrian Searle, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, UK

From Here, Andrew Wilson, Karsten Schubert Gallery & Waddington Galleries New Voices, British Arts Council

Turner Prize 1995, Tate Publishing, London, UK



Coalition, Andrew Nairn, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, UK

Prospect ’93: An International Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Frankfurter

Kunstverein und Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany



Callum Innes, essay by Rainer Crone, Institute of Contemporary Arts London, in

association with the Frith Street Gallery, UK



Kunst Europa: Grossbritannien, Meveric-Hughes, Henry and Jonathan Watkins,

Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Kunstvereine, Freiberg, Germany. 1990 Painting Alone, Rainer Crone, Pace Gallery, UK

The British Art Show 1990, South Bank Centre, London, UK