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

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.