Daphne Fitzpatrick, Health and Wealth in 5 Parts, 2018, Found objects, clamp lights, 100- watt incandescent bulbs, 64 x 96 x 16 in

Daphne Fitzpatrick, Frottage, 2014. Mixed media collage on paper, 12 x 12 inches

Daphne Fitzpatrick, It’s Easier for a Rope—Or Was It a Camel?, 2018, Archival pigment print mounted on Sintra, 53 x 40 inches, Ed of 3 + 1 AP

Daphne Fitzpatrick, A Fire is Such Company!, 2018, Found objects. 52 x 3 x 5 inches

Daphne Fitzpatrick, That Might Be a Wisecrack, But I Doubt It, (Maquette), 2015, Paper maché, sand and found steel needle, 8 x 4 x 3 inches

Daphne Fitzpatrick, Slaphappy, 2018, Found safety glass, silicone, wood, drywall, clamp light and 100-watt incandescent bulb, 20 x 19 x 1/8 in, installation detail

Daphne Fitzpatrick, Acorn falls from tree, 2014, Mixed media collage on paper,

11 x 14 inches

Daphne Fitzpatrick, Cows, Bees and Blacksmiths, 2017, Beeswax and found iron, 9 x 4 x 3 inches




Daphne Fitzpatrick (B. 1964, Long Island, New York) lives and works in Brooklyn. Her work has been exhibited widely including at ACP (Artist Curated Projects), Los Angeles, CA; Know More Games, NY; American Contemporary, NY; Art In General, NY; Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, TX; Higher Pictures, NY; and Bellwether, NY. Her work has been reviewed in Artforum, The New Yorker, and The New York Times, and is featured in Vitamin 3-D: New Perspectives in Sculpture and Installation, published by Phaidon Press. In 2015, she completed a public commission for a monumental outdoor sculpture at Fisher’s Island, NY. She was a faculty member at Yale Sculpture from 2001-2011, and currently teaches at Bard College, ICP/Bard, and The Cooper Union. Fitzpatrick's 2018 solo exhibition at Gordon Robichaux, NY was reviewed by Rahel Aima in the September issue of Artforum.

Daphne Fitzpatrick, British Airways, 2014, Found cutlery and plastiline, 9 x 3 x 3 inches

Daphne Fitzpatrick, Unfaithfully Yours, 2012, Fiber glass, cast metal key and cast metal lamp, 40 x 54 x 13 inches

Daphne Fitzpatrick, Clock Unwound, 2005, Unique Polaroid photograph (from a series of 3), 5.75 x 4.75 inches