Peter Spanjer (Nigerian, b. 1994) currently lives and works in London, UK. Peter graduated with a BA degree in Fashion Promotion from the University for the Creative Arts, UK in 2015 and completed an MA in Contemporary Art Practice: Moving Image at the Royal College of Art, UK in 2020. His work is often framed around but not limited to the idea of resistance; resisting the emotional stereotypes put on black men; resisting the need to perform his blackness to others and thereby allowing room for self-exploration which he extends to an audience as a piece of visual art. 
Solo exhibitions include (Upcoming) Cob Gallery Award Residency Exhibition (2024); Flood of Memory, Shoreditch Arts Club, London, UK (2023); In Order for it to Change, Screw Gallery, Leeds (2021); What do you desire, inter.pblc, Copenhagen, Denmark (2021); The Tingle That You Feel On Your Tongue, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London (2020).
Group exhibitions include Where The Wild Roses Grow, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, Schloss Gerne, Germany (2023); Diaspora Now - Reference Point Lates, 180 Strand, London, UK (2023); A-Z - The Voice of a Tempest Act III, Somerset House Studios, London, UK (2023); That Land on My Skin, Shoreditch Arts Club, London, UK (2023); Testament, Goldsmiths CCA, London, UK (2023); The London Open 2022, Whitechapel Gallery, London (2022); Between Somewhere and Nowhere, with Jack Bidewell, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, Berlin, Germany (2022); Facing the Sun, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, Schloss Görne, Germany (2021); TRANSMISSIONS, Season 3, online, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (2021); Tomorrow: London, Online Exhibition, White Cube (2020), Royal College of Art / Slade Graduation Show, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London, UK (2020), An Exhibition, Public Notice, London, UK (2020), London Grads Now, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK (2020), 20:20, Moving Image shown at Piccadilly Lights, Circa, London, UK (2020),Togetherness, Assembly Point, London, UK (2020), A—-Z: Gaze on the UNKNOWN, PAF Festival, Olomouc, Czech Republic (2019).

Residencies and Awards include Cob Gallery Award Residency (2024)