Conor Harrington, ‘Modern Monarchy’, 2012, Chiswick Auctions

signed and numbered from an edition of 125 in pencil, with Lazarides blindstamp, published by Lazarides; sheet: 117 x 94cm

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About Conor Harrington

While the military figures in Conor Harrington’s powerful street paintings refer to the masculinity of urban culture, they can also be interpreted as self-portraits of the stoic, pensive persona of the contemporary painter. Harrington’s loose brushwork, seemingly unfinished imagery, dripping paint, and graffiti flourishes provide an antidote to his sometimes sentimental evocations of duty and honor. "I'm interested in the dynamics between opposing elements," he says. Harrington believes that society views men as redundant, and presents his work as a simple reminder of the emotional contributions men are capable of.

Irish, b. 1980

Solo Shows

2012
London,
Lazarides Presents...
2012
London,
Dead Meat: Conor Harrington
2009
London,
Headless Heroes

Group Shows

2015
2015