'In the series Tales from The Waiting Room there is an unfolding story of a liminal state that is both a personal story and a universal human experience. The works articulate a place of uncertainty, change and transition: being somewhere ‘in between’.......' Read more...
"[The paintings] represent in-between, the slash as hyphen: or, but sometimes and.
They are like line breaks in plays or poetry, the quick breath in, which forms
lyrical or rhythmic spaces...shades of dreamy blue through to stormy winter blue-greys, the spectrum of British weather...." Read more...
Studio 1.1, London
'Tales from The Waiting Room engages an audience by allowing them to re-examine the craft of painting. The work is mathematical, methodical and architectural in its composition and undertaking...' Read more...
Our Space Gallery, London
‘The flat chromatic uninhabited landscapes of Julie Fagan's work are both reminiscent of wide-open spaces and the confined monitor of the digital world....’ Read more...
Occidental Dimension: From West to The East
University of Brighton, Brighton
'Julie Fagan’s painting of a house is at once crisp and clean in presentation,
but purposely flawed and wholly untenable… but, tellingly, they are makeshift,
temporary, and sometimes completely uninhabitable… ' Read more...
Fault Line: Art in the Age of Anxiety
Nunnery Gallery, London
'In Julie Fagan’s work...these strange ‘model homes’ entice us to imagine those idyllic spaces outside of the big city. They tug at our yearnings for tranquillity and isolation. Read more...
East Gallery, London
'Julie Fagan invites us to question the private spaces we inhabit...the paintings present poignant and sometimes jarring perceptions of how we live.' Read more...
The Gallery, Stratford-upon-Avon
Pumphouse Gallery, London