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Jack O’Brien (b.1993) lives and works in London. He received his BA in Fine Art from Kingston University, London in 2014.

Recent solo exhibitions include Love Triangle, Aro, Mexico City (2024); The Theatre and Its Double, curated by Viscose Journal, Between Bridges, Berlin, DE (2023); The Answer, Sans Titre Invites, Paris (2023); To More Time, Lockup International, London (2022) and Waiting For The Sun To Kill Me, Ginny on Frederick, London, UK (2021). 

Recent group exhibitions include Non-Specific Objects, Capitain Petzel, Berlin (2024); Right Now, Wrong Then, King’s Leap, New York (2024); Memory of Rib, N/A Gallery, Seoul (2022); Chômage Technique, Lovaas Projects, Munich (2022); Something is Burning, Kunsthalle Bratislava, Slovakia (2022); An Insular Rococo, Hollybush Gardens, London (2022) and Strange Messengers, Peres Projects, Berlin (2018). 

O’Brien also received the Camden Art Centre Artist Prize at Frieze London, 2023.