Open: 17 – 21 January 2018 (Preview Evening 16 January)
Venue: Stand P23 (Art Projects), Business Design Centre, London N1 

Study for Birdman, 2016 Oil on canvas, 40cm x 40cm
Study for Birdman by Roisin Fogarty, 40cm x 40cm, Oil on canvas (BD)


Dan Coombs / Róisín Fogarty / John Greenwood / Marcus Harvey / Damien Hirst / Scott McCracken / Emma Roche / Geraldine Swayne / Suzy Willey

The works selected reflect the ethos of Turps Gallery, Magazine and Art School, promoting the ideology of painter-to-painter, an open conversation without hierarchy. Also included is Damien Hirst’s painting The Banana, on show to the public for the first time.

For more info on visiting the fair see

‘TURPS CLOUD’ at Turps Gallery

Open: 15 – 26 January 2018
Venue: Turps Gallery, Unit 11, Taplow House, Thurlow Street, London SE17 2UQ

Turps Cloud Flyer

A group exhibition showing the range and diversity of painting supported by Turps through its gallery, magazine and art school. This exhibition coincides with the London Art Fair where Turps will be participating for the first time (Stand P23).

26th January 6-8pm at Turps Gallery: Turps Magazine Issue 19 Launch, LAF finnisage and last day of Turps Cloud



‘STORYBOARD’ at Angus Hughes Gallery

Open: 15 April – 7 May 2017
Preview: Friday 14 April, 6-9pm
Artists’ Talk: Sunday 7 May, 2-3pm

An exhibition exploring ideas of the temporal in the work of five contemporary painters; Miranda Boulton, Róisín Fogarty, Suzanne Holtom, Gareth Kemp, Enzo Marra and Lexi Strauss. 

Lined with Trees by Roisin Fogarty, 90cm x 75cm, Oil on canvas, 2016 (LH)



‘IN CONVERSATION’ at Turps Gallery

Exhibition 21 January – 25 February 2017
Preview: Friday 20 January, 6-8pm
Artists’ Talk: Saturday 11 February, 3-4pm

Unofficial exhibition flyer designed by me

Turps Gallery presents ‘In Conversation’, an exhibition showing the work of two painters, Róisín Fogarty and Suzy Willey.  Recently they have had the opportunity to come together through the expanded network of Turps and establish a dialogue about their respective painting practices.  Both painters rely on modules or units of vivid colour to form patterns which serve to push recognisable imagery in and out of the paintings at different times in the making of the work.

For a view of the exhibition please visit

Artists’ talk panel from left: Me, Dan Coombs, Suzy Willey & Marcus Harvey




Open: 8 July – 28 November 2016
Preview: 7 July (7-9pm)
Venue: Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

8. Goofy Foot 2015
Goofy Foot, 2015, Oil on canvas, 61cm x 81.5cm (RF)

First held in 1957, the John Moores Painting Prize is the UK’s best-known painting competition and is named after Sir John Moores (1896-1993), the sponsor of the prize. The competition culminates in an exhibition held at the Walker Art Gallery every two years, which forms a key strand of the Liverpool Biennial.

The John Moores exhibition is held in partnership with the John Moores Liverpool Exhibition Trust, and although the appearance of each exhibition changes, the principles remain constant: to support artists and to bring to Liverpool the best contemporary painting from across the UK.

© Roisin Fogarty 2018 – Photography by Lucia Helenka (LH), Ben Deakin (BD)