Justin Fitzpatrick

Recent solo exhibitions include: Uranus, Sultana, Paris (2017) and F-R-O-N-T-I-S-P-I-E-C-E, Seventeen, London (2017). Recent group exhibitions include: Whisky et Tabou, Musée Estrine, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (2017), Amazing girls / It’s complicated, Kevinspace, Vienna, (2017) Streams of Warm Impermanence, DRAF, London (2016); Animal Mundi – Barbican Arts Trust, London (2016); Life is On, Jakob Kroon Galerie, Stockholm (2016); Caput Medusae, Westminster Waste, London (2016); I would have done everything for you…Gimme more!, London (2016); Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, London (2015).

Justin Fitzpatrick (b. 1985, Dublin) lives and works in London and Brussels.

MicroTate39 – Justin Fitzpatrick on John Craxton’s Still Life with Cat and Child, 1959
French Garden by Justin Fitzpatrick

Trickle Down Theory, 2017
Oil on canvas
114 x 94 cm

Justin Fitzpatrick, A squeeze of the hand, (Come, let us squeeze hands all round; nay, let us all squeeze ourselves into each other.), 2017
Oil on canvas
140 x 109 cm

Justin Fitzpatrick, Aquarius cat (Toilette), 2017
Oil on canvas
140 x 109 cm 

Justin Fitzpatrick, Libra cat – Inner city, 2017
Oil on canvas
140 x 109 cm

Justin Fitzpatrick, The Planets dawn, 2017
Oil on canvas
114.4 x 93.4 cm

Justin Fitzpatrick, Self-digestion Sigil, 2017
Resin, wax
50 x 41 x 3.7cm
Edition of 3

Justin Fitzpatrick, Self-digestion Sigil, 2017
Resin, wax
50 x 41 x 3.7cm
Edition of 3

Justin Fitzpatrick, Swan Nest, 2017
Oil on canvas
140 x 109 cm

Justin Fitzpatrick, Mysterious Bath, 2017
Oil on canvas
140 x 109 cm

Justin Fitzpatrick, Message delivery failure, 2017
Oil on canvas
93.7 x 73.4 cm 

Justin Fitzpatrick, Failure to launch, 2017
Oil on canvas
93.7 x 73.4 cm 

Detail of Justin Fitzpatrick, The Song of Men, 2017
Resin, leather, aluminium, mic stands, leads, wood, glass, acrylic
Dimensions variable

Installation view of F-R-O-N-T-I-S-P-I-E-C-E at Seventeen, London, 2017

Justin Fitzpatrick, A rabbit imagines what his insides look like, 2016
Acrylic on canvas
91.5 x 71cm

Installation view at ‘Streams of Warm Impermanence’ at David Roberts Art Foundation, 2016. Curated by Vincent Honoré.

 


Installation View, Seventeen, as part of group show Lonesome Wife, 2016

Justin Fitzpatrick, 2 guys go camping inside a lab rat, 2016
Pigment and lacquer on jesmonite
84 x 72 x 5 cm