24/04/2016The Best Bogus Botanical Garden, 2017
Helium Cowboy Gallery, Hamburg, Germany 24 March - 13 April 2017. The show looks at artists who recreate nature, either by manipulating organic materials, or inventing their own.
24/04/2016FIX Photo, 2016
Lisa Creagh, Emily Allchurch, Deborah Baker, Tom Broadbent, Renée Chabot, Robert Clayton, Lisa Creagh, Lottie Davies, Venetia Dearden, Hendrik Faure, Lucia Ganieya, Memymom, Mishca Haller, Cig Harvey, Marta Kochanek, Holly Lynton, Yola Monakov Stockton, Alex Poll, Sarah Reuter, Chloe Rosser, Chris Steele-Perkins and Ed Thompsonin an annual celebration of exemplary photography in all its forms curated by LANG Director Laura Noble.
11/04/2013 Photographs: A Celebration of Britain, Christies, 2013
Lisa Creagh, Susan Derges, Cecil Beaton, Phillip Jones Griffiths, Bill Brandt, Brett Weston, Brassai, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau, Andre Kertesz, Elliott Erwitt and Hans Hammarskiöld, Alexander James, Doug Starn, Christie’s London Photographs Department 15 October 2013 London, South Kensington
11/04/2013 Flowers, The Little Black Gallery, 2013
Hiroyuki Arawaka and Lisa Creagh at The Little Black Gallery, Tuesday 30 April 2013
11/04/2013The Instant Garden, Lucy Bell Gallery, May 2012
Solo Show at Lucy Bell Fine Art, St Leonards on Sea, UK 26th May-30th June 2012
11/04/2013Natural Beauty, The Little Black Gallery, 2011
Luke Foreman & Lisa Creagh 16 February – 26 March 2011 at The Little Black Gallery, London
11/04/2013This is Not the Chelsea Flower Show, Diemar Noble, 2010
Lisa Creagh, Brittain Bright, Eikoh Hosoe, Dora Maar, Neeta Madahar, Robert Mapplethorpe, Kate Owens, Diemar Noble Gallery, 2010
11/04/2013From the Hallucinatory to the Real, 2009
Lisa Creagh, Ignacio Acosta, Paul Kemp, Andrew Moran, William Sadowski, Corinne Silva, Eva Voutsaki, Will Woods with catalogue essay by Joanna Lowry
11/04/2013Recent Work, Brighton Media Centre, 2003
Lisa Creagh, Martin Cole, Jim Cooke, Magali Nougarede, Mark Power, Paul Reas, Xavier Ribas.
11/04/2013Focus 1, The Blue Gallery, 1997
Claus Goedicke, Justin Mortimer, Machiko Edmonson and Lisa Creagh