Selected Works

Francis Upritchard, Octopus with Fish, 2016, bronze, marble, 60 x 26 x 39 cm
Francis Upritchard, Viva Arte Viva The 57th International Art Exhibition, 2017, installation view
Francis Upritchard, Viva Arte Viva The 57th International Art Exhibition, 2017, installation view
Francis Upritchard, Lemon Waistcoat, 2016, steel and foil armature, paint, modelling material, fabric, plastic, wire, cork
Francis Upritchard, Seraphina Purple Kiss, 2016, steel and foil armature, paint, modelling material, fabric, bone
Francis Upritchard, Socks Feet, 2014, modelling material, foil, paint, 7.5 x 22 x 9 cm
Francis Upritchard, Set Hand Hats, 2016, various dimensions
Francis Upritchard. Coin Hat, 2016, fabric, aluminium mesh, leather with buckle, bronze adge
Francis Upritchard, Centaur Hat, 2016, 2nd hand rabbit fur, wire mesh, thread and felt patch, crystals, ribbon, linen, 11 x 18 x 16 cm
Francis Upritchard, Egret, 2016, steel and foil armature, modelling material, fabric, 11 x 79 x 22 cm
Francis Upritchard, Bums in Row 1/2, 2016, paper, watercolour, glue
Francis Upritchard, Piled Flipper Dinosaurs, 2014, balata, 45 x 44 x 20 cm
Francis Upritchard, Crocodiles, Installation View, Whitechapel Gallery Children's Commission 2014
Francis Upritchard, Mandrake, 2013, modelling material, foil, wire, paint and cloth, 126 x 88 x 35cm
Francis Upritchard, Egmont Lichen, 2012, glass and bronze, 12 x 26 x 8 cm
Francis Upritchard Believer, 2012, modelling material, foil, wire, paint, cloth 112 x 100 x 23 cm
Francis Upritchard Believer, 2012, modelling material, foil, wire, paint, cloth 112 x 100 x 23 cm
Francis Upritchard, ,Liar, 2012, modelling material, foil, wire, paint, cloth 100 x 44 x 19 cm
Francis Upritchard, Installation view, A Hand Of Cards, Nottingham Contemporary, 2012
Francis Upritchard, Installation view, A Hand Of Cards, Nottingham Contemporary, 2012
Francis Upritchard, Potato Poem, MIMOCA, Japan, 2013
Francis Upritchard, Potato Poem, MIMOCA, Japan, 2013
Francis Upritchard, Potato Seller, 2012, from Potato Poem exhibition at MIMOCA, Kagawa, Japan
Francis Upritchard Tourist, 2012 modelling material, foil, wire, paint, cloth, 80 x 25 x 20cm
Francis Upritchard, Jack of Diamonds, 2012, modelling material, foil, wire, paint, 78 x 26 x 20 cm
Francis Upritchard, Potato Poem, MIMOCA, Japan, 2013
Francis Upritchard, Potato Poem, MIMOCA, Japan, 2013
Francis Upritchard, A Long Wait, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2012
Francis Upritchard, A Long Wait, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2012
Francis Upritchard, Kartoffel Gedicht, 2010, glass, brass, marble stand, dimensions variable
Francis Upritchard, Uncomfortable Chairs, 2010, found chairs (leather - early 20th century) wood (19th century), with Tea Lady: 66 x 82 x 60 cm, with Jug Lamp: 80 x 35 x 31 cm
Francis Upritchard, Land, 2010, found wardrobes, added legs, silk; modelling material, foil, wire, paint, 75 x 354 x 120 cm & ‘The Pair’ 69 x 35.5 x 25.5 cm
Francis Upritchard, In Die Hohle, Secession, Vienna, 2010
Francis Upritchard, Archetype of Sheriff, 2010, modelling material, paint, found glass bottle, 35 x 17 cm
Francis Upritchard, Blue/Black Modern Necklace, 2009, cigarettes, plastic straws, 23.5 x 19 x 1.3 cm
Francis Upritchard, Lip Sticked Necklace, 2009, cigarettes, plastic straw, 16 x 29 x 13 cm
Francis Upritchard, Sun Cabinet, 2010, oak, veneer, hinge mechanism, hand painted with acrylic & lacquer, 80 x 234 x 55 cm
Francis Upritchard, Paul, 2009, modelling material, foil, wire, paint, 9.5 x 57.5 x 17 cm
Francis Upritchard, In Die Hohle, Secession, Vienna, 2010
Francis Upritchard, Secession Chandelier, 2010, glass, brass, LED lights, metal wire, taxidermied albino snakes, 35 pieces, 72-92 cm long
Francis Upritchard, Snake Drawers, 2010, oak, hand painted veneer with 4 ‘gliding’ drawers mechanism, acrylic & lacquer; modelling material, foil, wire, paint, 126 x 130 x 63 cm & ‘Verity’ 61.2 x 18.1 x 19.5 cm
Francis Upritchard, Save Yourself, 53rd International Venice Biennale, 2009
Francis Upritchard, Save Yourself, 53rd International Venice Biennale, 2009
Francis Upritchard, Save Yourself, 53rd International Venice Biennale, 2009
Francis Upritchard, Save Yourself, 53rd International Venice Biennale, 2009
Francis Upritchard, Prugal, 2007 modelling material, foil, wire, paint, wood 65 x 25 x 27 cm
Francis Upritchard, The Thinker (from Unmoving), 2007 modelling material, foil, wire, paint 37 x 20 x 25 cm
Francis Upritchard, Unmoving, 2007 modelling material, foil, wire, paint, found cabinet 163 x 66 x 49 cm (with figures)
Francis Upritchard, The Sleeper (from Unmoving), 2007 modelling material, foil, wire, paint, wood 66 x 21 x 14 cm
Francis Upritchard, Jealous Saboteurs, Wellington City Art Gallery, New Zealand, 2016
Francis Upritchard, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2016 (installation view)
Francis Upritchard, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2016 (installation view)
Francis Upritchard, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2016 (installation view)
Francis Upritchard, George Dunford, 2015, foam, nylon, fake hair and teeth, resin, glue, 18 x 18.5 x 25 cm

Press

 Born 1976 in New Plymouth, New Zealand. Lives and works in London
SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2018  Wetwang Slack, The Curve, Barbican Centre, UK
2017 Jealous Saboteurs, Touring exhibition: Christchurch Art Gallery, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand
2016 Solo presentation at Frieze Art Fair, London, Kate MacGarry
Jealous Saboteurs, City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand
Francis Upritchard: Dark Resters, Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
Jealous Saboteurs, Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), Melbourne, Australia
Francis Upritchard, Anton Kern Gallery, NY, U.S.A
2014 Francis Upritchard, The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, U.S.A
Whitechapel Gallery Children’s Art Commission: Francis Upritchard, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
Francis Upritchard, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
 2013 Mandrake, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
War Dance, Anton Kern Gallery, NY, U.S.A
Potato Poem, MIMOCA, Kagawa, Japan
Francis Upritchard, Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland, New Zeland
2012 A Hand of Cards, Nottingham Contemporary, UK
A Long Wait, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, U.S.A
2011 Echo, Kate MacGarry, London, U.S.A
Echo, Amersfoort Kunsthal, The Netherlands
Methusalem, Ivan Anthony, Auckland, New Zealand
2010 In die Höhle, Secession, Vienna, Italy
2009 Save Yourself, 53rd Venice Biennale – New Zealand national representation
2008 Rainwob II, Artspace Sydney and Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne, Australia
Rainwob I, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand
2007 Bogagnome, Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
2006 Francis Upritchard, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
2005 Francis Upritchard, Andrea Rosen Gallery, NY, U.S.A
Solo project for Salon 94, NY, U.S.A
Francis Upritchard, The Bakery, Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Doomed, Doomed, All Doomed, Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand
2004 Artist in Residence, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK
2003 Francis Upritchard, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
New Work, Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand, UK
2001 Ich Dien, Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand, UK
Boxing Arms, Rear View, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand
2000 Prince Charles, warehouse space, London
GROUP EXHIBITIONS
 2018  The Public Body, Art Space, Sydney, Australia
2017 Fifteen, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
pǝr-‘sō-nae, Klemm’s Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Viva Arte Viva, 57th Venice Biennale, curated by Christine Macel, Venice, Italy
2016 Ulla von Brandenburg, Haris Epaminonda & Francis Upritchard, Galerie Art Concept, Paris, France
2015 Dead, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
STATION TO STATION: A 30 Day Happening, Barbican Centre, London, UK
2014 HOUSE PARTY with Dzek, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
Selected by…, curated by Michael Mariott and Jesse Wine, Limoncello, London
2013 The Upritchard Family Collection, Small collections, Nottingham Contemporary, UK
Freedom Farmers, Auckland City Gallery, New Zealand
Mad Bad and Sad, Woman and the Mind Doctors, Freud Museum, London, UK
Beasts of England, Beasts of Ireland, Visual: Center for Contemporary Art, Carlow, Ireland
O Chair O Flesh, Treignac Projet, Treignac, France
Stereoscope, Christchurch City Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, Christchurch, New Zealand
2012 Lilliput, New York High Line, NY, U.S.A
Bush of Ghosts: Nathan Mabry, Djordie Ozbolt and Francis Upritchard, Cherry and Martin, LA
Everybody knows this is nowhere?, Castillo/Corrales, Paris, France
Contact, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Germany
Day Dream Believers, Institute of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia
Gesumptkunsthandwerk, with Martino Gamper and Karl Fritsch, Dowse, Wellington, Australia
2011 Une légende en cache una autre/One caption hides another, Bétonsalon, Paris
H x W x D, Galerie Wentrup, Berlin, Germany
The Royal Family, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
Behind Closed Doors, Adam Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
Stealing The Senses, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand
New Zealand at the Venice Biennale 2009, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand
2010 Simon Starling: Never The Same River (Possible Futures, Probable Pasts), Camden Arts Centre, London, UK
Out of Joint, Galerie Kamm, Berlin, Germany
House of Voltaire, Upstairs at 9 Bruton Place, London, UK
Bart Wells Boutique, 235 Brompton Road (co-organised with Luke Gottelier)
Ashes to Ashes, AMP, Athens, Greece
The Library of Babel/ In and Out of Place, 176 Project Space/Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK
2009 Feierabend (with Martino Gamper and Karl Fritsch) Kate MacGarry, London, UK
2008 Free Radicals, Artnews Projects Berlin, Germany
Life is a Funny Old Dog, Tanja Pol Galerie, Munich, Germany
The Big Chill Festival, Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire
Dadadandy Boutique, Artprojx Space, London, UK
The Institute of Psychoplasmics, Pump House Gallery, London, UK
Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK
TarraWarra Biennial 2008: Lost & Found, An Archeology of the Present, TarraWarra Museum of Art, Australia
2007 The Crown Jewels, Salon 94 Freemans, NY, U.S.A
Of Deities and Mortals, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, Christchurch, New Zealand
An Archaeology, 176 -Zabludovicz Collection, London, UK
Reboot, The Jim and Mary Barr Collection, Christchurch Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu and City Gallery Wellington Re/ Trato, Travelling Gallery, Scotland, UK
Metrosideros Robusta, Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim, Germany
Tiere II, Overbeckgesellschaft Lübeck, Germany
Effigies, Stuart Shave/ Modern Art
2006 Six Feet Under – Autopsy of Our Relation to the Dead, Kunstmuseum Bern, Germany
Le Nouveau Siécle, Museum Van Loon, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Walters Prize 2006, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand
Around The World In Eighty Days, South London Gallery, London, UK
Pasifika Styles – Artists inside the museum, University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge, UK
HIGH TIDE: new currents in art from Australia and New Zealand, Zaçheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw & CAC – Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
2005 Hot Spots 05, The Essl Collection, Vienna, Austria
Brutal Ornamental, Galerie Kosak Hall, Vienna, Austria
Schmuck, with Karl Fritsch, Luitpold Lounge, Munich, Germany
The Way We Work Now, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK
2004 The Secret History of Clay, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
The Death of Romance, London, UK
Ika and thanks for all the Ika, Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand
Albino, (with Rohan Whellans), Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
The Bart Wells Institute of London, Hamish McKay Gallery, New Zealand
New Blood, The Saatchi Gallery, London
Prospect, Wellington City Art Gallery & Adam Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
2003 Beck’s Futures, ICA London, Southampton City Art Gallery, & CCA Glasgow, UK
Curiosity Kills the Gab, Artspace, Auckland, UK
Peter Blake Sculpture, The London Institute, London, UK
Lost Collection, Laing Gallery, Newcastle, UK
Picture Room curated by Goshka Macuga, Gasworks, London, UK
Rollout, curated by Ricky Swallow, Karen Lovegrove Gallery, LA, U.S.A
Bart Wells Institute, Kapinos Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2002 +64, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
Another Shitty Day in Paradise, Bart Wells Institute, London, UK
Break, Govett-Brewster, New Plymouth, New Zealand
The Only Way Forward, Neon Gallery, London, UK
2001 The Bart Wells Gang, Bart Wells Institute, London, UK
Enough Or Too Much, Shop Tactics Gallery, London, UK
2000 Outcome of Probability: Francis Upritchard and Saskia Leek, Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
1999 Hobby Core, Stripp Gallery, curated by Ricky Swallow, Melbourne, Australia
1998 Group show, Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
1997 Bland, George Fraser Gallery Auckland, New Zealand
An Attic and Two Rooms, Deans’ House, Historic Trust, Christchurch, New Zealand
Accidents, Hungry Eyes Series, Fiat Lux Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
EDUCATION, RESIDENCIES, AND AWARDS
2008 Residency at Artspace, Sydney
2007-8 Residency at Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand
2006 The Walters Prize 2006, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand
2004 Residency at Camden Arts Centre, London
Residency at Belem Contemporary Art Flux, Belem, Brazil
1999 Bickerton Widderson Memorial Trust Scholarship
1994-7 Ilam, Canterbury University of Fine Arts, New Zealand
MONOGRAPHS/ARTIST’S BOOKS
2013 Hutchinson, John, Mandrake, Douglas Hyde Exhibition Catalogue, Dublin
Starling, Simon, David Mitchell and Katsura Kunieda, Francis Upritchard: Potato Poem, Exhibition Catalogue, MIMOCA, Foil, Japan
2012 Smith, Ali, Francis Upritchard: A Hand of Cards, Exhibition Catalogue, Nottingham Contemporary
Francis Upritchard: Echo, Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoort
2010 Palffy, Andras; David Mitchell and Jeannette Pacher, Francis Upritchard: In die Höhle, Wiener Secession, Walther König, Cologne/ Secession, Vienna
2009 Francis Upritchard: Save Yourself (exhibition catalogue, New Zealand national representation, 53rd Venice Biennale), Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Zealand
Francis Upritchard: Every Colour by Itself, Dent-De-Leon, London
Gottelier, Luke and Francis Upritchard, Bart Wells Institute, Dent-De-Leon, London
2006 Kunzru, Hari, Francis Upritchard: Human Problems, published by Kate MacGarry/Veenman
2005 Doomed, Doomed, All Doomed, Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand
Heads of Yesteryear, Francis Upritchard, ed. of 100, Neives
2004 File Note #04 Francis Upritchard, Camden Arts Centre, January – April
PUBLICATIONS
2013 Conland, Natasha, Freedom Farmers: New Zealand Artists Growing Ideas, exhibition newsprint, Auckland Art Gallery
2012 Bruderlin, Markus, Silvia Eiblmayr, Rainer Metzger, Andras Palffy, Annette Sudbeck, and Thomas D. Trummer, Ich Möchte Ein Teil Einer Judendstilbewegung Sein–Der Beethovenfries, Secession
Booth-Clibborn, Edward, and Jonathan Barnbrook, Fashion and Art Collusion, Booth-Clibborn Editions, London
2009 Ellegood, Anne (introduction by), Vitamin 3D: New Perspectives in Sculpture and Installation, Phaidon Editors, London
2008 Dunn, Michael, New Zealand Sculpture: A History (updated edition), Auckland University Press
Cranford Collection 1, Cranford Collection, London
Raymond, Rosanna and Amiria Salmond (editors),Pasifika Styles – Artists inside the museum, University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
2007 Hall, Ken, Of Deities and Mortals, Catalogue for Christchurch Art Gallery, Te Puna o Waiwhetu
Manacorda, Francesco, Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Merrell
Butler, Brian (editor), Speculation, NZ Venice Project 2007, Artspace
An Archaeology, 176 Zabludowicz Collection, London
2006 Paton, Justin, Reboot, The Jim and Mary Barr Collection
2005 The Way We Work Now, Camden Arts Centre, London
2004 Centerfold (3), Artists’ book, ed. of 20
2003 Centerfold (1), Artists’ book, ed. of 60
Becks Futures exhibition catalogue, ICA, London
SELECTED PRESS
2013 “Francis Upritchard,” The New Yorker, August
Tipton, Gemma, “Francis Upritchard,” Vault Magazine, Issue 4, August
Laster, Paul, Francis Upritchard “War Dance”, Time Out New York, August
“Notions of Freedom in Question,” Art News New Zealand, Summer
Lockhart, Katie, “Full Immersion,” Home New Zealand, The Art Issue, February
Paton, Justin, “Francis Upritchard: Believer,” Christchurch Art Gallery Bulletin Magazine, Summer
Margalejo, Isabel, “Yo Me Lo Creo,” Architectural Digest España, June
2012 “Francis Upritchard,” Vogue, December
Biswas, Allie, “Culture Talks: Valeria Napoleone and her Catalogue of Exquisite Recipes,” Anothermag.com, 27 September
Seda-Reeder, Maria, “Meditations on Emptiness: Francis Upritchard’s, ‘A Long Wait’ at the CAC,” AEQAI, 17 June
Cashdan, Marina, “Project Space,” New York Times Style Magazine, 3 May
“Francis Upritchard: Rising Star, Phaidon, 11 May
Rosen, Stephen, “Francis Upritchard: A Long Wait,” City Beat, 8 May
“Francis Upritchard: A Long Wait and Jannis Verias,” Cincinatti Magazine, May
Art Forum, May
Pilger, Zoe, “Francis Upritchard,” Frieze, January
Taguchi, Satoshi, “Martino Gamper and Francis Upritchard,” Huge Magazine, Issue 97, December
2011 “A Conversation between Martino Gamper & Francis Upritchard,” It’s Nice That, Issue 6
Milliard, Coline, “Hippie Happening,” Modern Painters, September, 54-56
“What is your favourite dystopia? Answers by Francis Upricthard,” Kaleidoscope, issue 09, winter 2010-11, 184-5
2010 “Francis Upritchard: IN DIE HOHLE,” Secession Magazine, April – June
Parade, Mariuccia Casadio, Vogue Italia, January, 254-9
2009 “Martino Gamper puts five questions to Francis Upritchard,” Modern Painters, October, 78-9
Walsh, Claire, “Francis and Martino,” B Magazine, A/W, 18-21
Luke, Ben, Vicki MacDonald,and Amy Shaw, “The 53rd Venice biennale: A User’s Guide- City Pavilions,” Art World, August/September, 105
Croci, Roberto, “Venice Biennale- National Participations,”  L’Uomo Vogue, May/June
Moore, Marcus, “Expatriate Voyager: Concerning works by Francis Upritchard,” LANDFALL 217 (New Zealand), Autumn, Flung ‘ex-pat’ issue, 120-136
“Francis Upritchard: Save Yourself,” ArtWorld, Issue 12, August/September, 109
2008 Were, Virginia, “Dreaming in Colour,” Artnews New Zealand, Winter, 78-80
Eggleton, David, “Raider of the Lost Ark: Francis Upritchard in Taranaki,” Art New Zealand, Winter, 34 – 37
Gardner, Anthony, “Francis Upritchard- Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces,” Artforum, December, 371-2
Conland, Natasha, “Francis Upritchard,” Art World (UK edition), August/September, 92-5
Paton, Justin, “Mixed Feelings, Francis Upritchard’s 1970s show,” Art & Australia, Vol.46, Spring, pp.96-103
Conland, Natasha, “Francis Upritchard,” Art World (Australian edition), April/May, 52-57
Booker, Paula, “Rainbow Connection,” NZ Listener, 10-16 May
Phillips, Bruce, “Commune Creatures,” Taranaki Daily News, 8 March
2007 Higgins, Charlotte, “Sitting comfortably? Frieze Art Fair begins,” The Guardian, Thursday 11 October, p.5
Farquharson, Alex, ”Looking Back 2006:Emerging Artists,” Frieze, Jan-Feb, 136
2006 “Britart: The Next Generation,” The Independent, 1 December
Eggleston, David, “Are you Being Severed?,” NZ Listener, 11 November
Feeney, Warren, “Seeing the Human Problem,” Christchurch Press, 8 November
Dale, Richard, “In the Field, Mind in Tatters,” Sunday Star Times (NZ), 2 November
Liard, Tessa, “Dr Deans, I Presume?,” NZ Listener, 4 November
Liard, Tessa, “Swimsuit Issue,” NZ Listener, 30 September
Wood, Andrew, “Works with Provocative Intent,” Christchurch Press, 25 October
Hubbard, Sue, “A Global Tour Going Nowhere,” The Independent, 1 June, 20
2005 Smith, Nick, “Colony Strikes Back,” NZ Listener, 13 December
“Future Greats,” Art Review, December, 81
“5 hot artists,” Sunday Star Times Magazine, Sep 18
Kember, Olivia, “Art Throbs,” Sunday Star Times (NZ), 18 September
Lack, Hannah, “Karl Fritsch Jewellery,” Another Magazine, Issue 8, Spring/Summer, 78
Henderson, Derek, “The Empire Strikes Back,” i-D Magazine, Issue 52 March, 88
2004 “Francis Upritchard, The New Clutter,” Vogue, October, 115-119
Hill, Amelia, “Leading British Artists put their work on sale,” The Observer, 16 May, NEWS 17
Cumming, Laura, “He’s Gotta Have It,” The Observer, 21 March, 12
Henderson, Derek (photographer), “Francis Upritchard,” Dazed & Confused, April, 137
Searle, Adrian, “Same Again Saatchi,” The Guardian, 23 March, 12-13
Lubbock, Tom, “Is It All Your Own Work?,” The Independent, 23 March, 12-13
Hackworth, Nick, “Exorcising the Demons,” Evening Standard, 30 January
Upritchard, Francis, “Some dreams and observations regarding the sloth creature and/or pootie,” Artist’s Story, AN, January
Coomer, Martin, “Francis Upritchard,” Time Out, Jan
2003 “Camden Arts Centre,” Vogue, December
Buck, Louisa, “Francis Upritchard,” The Art Newspaper, Aug
Glover, Michael, “Francis Upritchard,” The Independent Review, July
Herbert, Martin, “Francis Upritchard,” Time Out, June
Gibbons, Fischra, “Bedtime for Saatchi, Good Art is DIY,” The Guardian, 2 April
Leitch, Luke, “Saatchi’s new gallery is a Ninties museum,” Evening Standard, 1 April
2002 Seymour, Ben, “The Bart Wells Gang,” Frieze Magazine #66, March
Hering, Tobias, “Inseln in der Schwarze,“ Die Tageszeitung, 23 April
Currah, Mark, “The Bart Wells Gang,” Time Out Reviews, 16-23 January
2001 Lack, Jessica, “The Bart Wells Gang,” Guardian Guide, 22-28 December
2000 Laird, Tessa, “The UnHeimlich Maneuver: Outcome of Probability: Saskia Leek and Francis Upritchard,” Eyeline Magazine, #42 Autumn/Winter
Bywater, Jonathan, “Auckland,” Art New Zealand #95, Winter
O’Rorke, Imogen, “Art Start,” Strapt.co.uk, Winter
1999 Bragge, Vanessa, “More Than a Hobby,” Melbourne Herald Sun, 25 July

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