Damien Flood b. 1979, is an Irish artist based in Dublin.
His work is grounded in early writings on philosophy, theology, alchemy, and the natural sciences and explores the mutability of 'reality' and language.
Flood has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally including Dubai, New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Berlin, Cologne, Knokke, Modena.
Solo shows include: Shape of Things, Diane Rosenstein Gallery, LA, 2019, The Figure in the Carpet, Green On Red Gallery, Dublin, 2018, Theory of Two Centres, Stephane Simoens, Knokke, 2017, Infinite Plane, Grey Noise, Dubai, 2015, Interior Sun, Green On Red Gallery, 2014
Recent group shows include: DF/HW, Thomas Rehbein Gallery, Cologne, 2018, Known Unknowns, Limerick City Gallery, Wouldn’t it be nice if we could dream together? Diane Rosenstein Gallery, LA (both 2017), The Studio Chronicles at RH Contemporary, New York (2015), Product Recall, Galway Arts Centre, Galway (2015), NGORONGORO, Lehder Strasse 34, Berlin (2015), Cú Chulainn Comforted, Basic Space, Dublin (2015), Promise of Palm Trees, Breese Little, London, (2015),
He has been selected for the John Moores Contemporary Painting Prize in 2008 and 2010. In 2014 he was the recipient of the Elizabeth Fitzpatrick Travel Bursary administered by the Royal Hibernian Academy and in 2015 was awarded the DLR Lexicon 2016 Commission. In 2017 Flood was awarded the Eigse Hotron Award.
Damien Flood is represented by Green On Red Gallery, Ireland and Stephane Simoens, Belgium.