Graham Fagen

Graham Fagen (born 1966) is a Scottish artist living and working in Glasgow, Scotland. He studied sculpture at The Glasgow School of Art (1984-1988, BA) and Art & Architecture at the Kent Institute of Art and Design (1989-1990, MA).He is currently the Professor of Fine Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in Dundee.

Works

Graham Fagen, The Slave’s Lament, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, 2017.
Graham Fagen, Ping Pong Club, Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow International, 2021.
Graham Fagen, Ping Pong Club, Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow International, 2021.
Graham Fagen, Ping Pong Club, Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow International, 2021.
Graham Fagen, The Slave’s Lament, Doris McCarthy Gallery, Toronto, 2018. Installation view by Toni Hafkenscheid.
Graham Fagen, The Slave’s Lament, Doris McCarthy Gallery, Toronto, 2018. Installation view by Toni Hafkenscheid.
Graham Fagen, East Coast Looking East (Caribbean), 2007. Installation view by Toni Hafkenscheid, Doris McCarthy Gallery, Toronto, 2018.
Graham Fagen, West Coast Looking West (Atlantic), 2006. Installation view by Toni Hafkenscheid, Doris McCarthy Gallery, Toronto, 2018.
Graham Fagen, War / Garden (American), 2017. Installation view, MAUS Contemporary, Birmingham Alabama, 2017.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Matt’s Gallery Offsite at Southwark Park Galleries, London, 2016. Installation view by Damien Griffiths.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Matt’s Gallery Offsite at Southwark Park Galleries, London, 2016. Installation view by Damien Griffiths.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Matt’s Gallery Offsite at Southwark Park Galleries, London, 2016. Installation view by Damien Griffiths.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Matt’s Gallery Offsite at Southwark Park Galleries, London, 2016.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Matt’s Gallery Offsite at Southwark Park Galleries, London, 2016.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Matt’s Gallery Offsite at Southwark Park Galleries, London, 2016.
Graham Fagen with Ghetto Priest, performance at The Mighty Scheme, Matt’s Gallery Offsite at Southwark Park Galleries, London, 2016. Image by Damien Griffiths.
Graham Fagen with Ghetto Priest, performance at The Mighty Scheme, Matt’s Gallery Offsite at Southwark Park Galleries, London, 2016. Image by Damien Griffiths.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Hospitalfield, Arbroath, 2016. Installation view by Louise Coupar.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Hospitalfield, Arbroath, 2016. Installation view by Louise Coupar.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Hospitalfield, Arbroath, 2016. Installation view by Louise Coupar.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Hospitalfield, Arbroath, 2016. Installation view by Louise Coupar.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Hospitalfield, Arbroath, 2016. Installation view by Louise Coupar.
Graham Fagen, The Mighty Scheme, Hospitalfield, Arbroath, 2016. Installation view by Louise Coupar.
Graham Fagen, Palazzo Fontana, 56th International Art Exhibition, the Venice Biennale, 2015.
Graham Fagen, Palazzo Fontana, 56th International Art Exhibition, the Venice Biennale, 2015.
Graham Fagen, Palazzo Fontana, 56th International Art Exhibition, the Venice Biennale, 2015.
Graham Fagen, Palazzo Fontana, 56th International Art Exhibition, the Venice Biennale, 2015.
Graham Fagen, Palazzo Fontana, 56th International Art Exhibition, the Venice Biennale, 2015.
Graham Fagen, Cabbages in an Orchard: The formers and forms of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Graham Fagen, Reid Gallery, Glasgow School of Art, 2014, as part of GENERATION, a programme across Scotland led by National Galleries and Glasgow Life.
Graham Fagen, Cabbages in an Orchard: The formers and forms of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Graham Fagen, Reid Gallery, Glasgow School of Art, 2014, as part of GENERATION, a programme across Scotland led by National Galleries and Glasgow Life.
Graham Fagen, Scheme for Cannabis Tree House, 2014.
Graham Fagen, Scheme for Consciousness, 2014.
Studio Jamming: Artists’ Collaborations in Scotland, Cooper Gallery, Dundee, 2014 as part of GENERATION, a programme across Scotland led by National Galleries and Glasgow Life. Installation view by Alan Hillyer.
Studio Jamming: Artists’ Collaborations in Scotland, Cooper Gallery, Dundee, 2014 as part of GENERATION, a programme across Scotland led by National Galleries and Glasgow Life. Installation view by Alan Hillyer.
Studio Jamming: Artists’ Collaborations in Scotland, Cooper Gallery, Dundee, 2014 as part of GENERATION, a programme across Scotland led by National Galleries and Glasgow Life. Installation view by Alan Hillyer.
 Graham Fagen, Peek-A-Jobby, 1998. Installation view, GENERATION: 25 Years of Contemporary Art from Scotland, National Gallery of Modern Art - Modern One, Edinburgh, 2014.
Graham Fagen, Peek-A-Jobby, 1998. Installation view, GENERATION: 25 Years of Contemporary Art from Scotland, National Gallery of Modern Art - Modern One, Edinburgh, 2014.
Graham Fagen, Under Heavy Manners (still), 2012.
Graham Fagen, Under Heavy Manners (still), 2012.
Graham Fagen, Under Heavy Manners (still), 2012.
Graham Fagen, Scheme for Support (Single) (detail), 2014.
Graham Fagen, Missing, 2011. Installation view, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, 2011.
Graham Fagen with Graham Eatough, The Making of Us, Tramway, Glasgow, Glasgow International 2012.
Graham Fagen with Graham Eatough, The Making of Us, Tramway, Glasgow, Glasgow International 2012.
Graham Fagen with Graham Eatough, The Making of Us, Tramway, Glasgow, Glasgow International 2012.
Graham Fagen, Theatre, Imperial War Museum, London, 2000.
Graham Fagen, Killing Time, Dundee Contemporary Arts, 2006.
Graham Fagen, Killing Time, Dundee Contemporary Arts, 2006.
Graham Fagen, Peek-A-Jobby, Matt’s Gallery, London, 1998.
Graham Fagen, Peek-A-Jobby, Matt’s Gallery, London, 1998.
Graham Fagen, Life Study (after Giorgione) (still), 2003.
Uncaptioned image of work by Graham Fagen
Graham Fagen, The Slave’s Lament, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, 2017.

Graham Fagen, The Slave’s Lament, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, 2017.

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