In 2007, Lund Humphries published a major monograph on Derrick Greaves and in honour of this, and the artist's 80th birthday, the James Hyman Gallery staged a three-part chronological survey of his work. At that time, the artist was keen to emphasise that he was still exploring, still inventing, still as excited as ever by what he discovered in the studio. He was also concerned that the book and exhibition should not appear too final, that there were more chapters to come. Each exhibition since then has been inventive, distinctive and different; an assertion of Greaves's extraordinary inventive energy.
Solo exhibitions since 2007 include: White Ground and Other Recent Paintings (2008), Nightingale and other Recent Pictures (2010), Flatworld. Recent Prints & Drawings (2010), Painting Beyond the Millenium (2011), Paintings and Prints (2011), Milestones (2012), All Blues (2013), The Psychiatrists Cat and Other Recent Paintings (2015), Iris Drawings (2016), Irises, etc. Recent paintings and watercolours (2018), Blossom (2020).