Curriculum Vitae

Patrick Hughes career spans five decades. His first solo show opened in 1961 at
the Portal Gallery in London and to date he has held over 130 solo exhibitions.

Born 1939 in Birmingham

Solo Exhibitions

2017
Perspectiviews, Persterer Contemporary Fine Art, Zurich

2016
Reverspectives,The Gallery at Dauntsey’s, West Lavington, Wiltshire
Perspectivision, Flowers Gallery, Cork Street, London
Views of Hughes: Selected Multiples, Winsor Gallery, Vancouver
Forwards to Backwards, Leeds College of Art, Leeds

2015
Patrick Hughes: Moving Spaces, Osthaus Museum, Germany
Patrick Hughes: Perspective Anew, Flowers Gallery, New York
Opperspective, Scott Richards Contemporary Fine Art, San Francisco
Art Paris, Paris Art Fair, Grand Palais, France
Hughesual Perspective, Galerie Boisserée, Germany
Hues of Hughes: Selected Works 1999-2014, Winsor Gallery, Canada

2014
New Reverspectives, Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road, London Reading Paradox, Hanmi Gallery, Seoul
Gallery 360, Northeastern University, Boston
Studiolospective, Flowers Gallery, New York
Moving Space, Panorama Mesdag, The Hague
Reverspectives, Axel Pairon Summer Gallery, Knokke

2013
Reverspective Paintings, Bel Air Fine Art, Deutsch Museum, Lausanne
Structure of Space, Galerie Boisserée, Cologne
Superspectivism, Flowers Gallery, Cork Street, London
Deceptivespective, Scott Richards Contemporary Fine Art, San Francisco

2012
Smallerspectives, Flowers Gallery, New York Perspectivariations, Winsor Gallery, Vancouver
Multispectives, Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road, London Selected Works, Flowers Gallery, Cork Street, London
Elaine Baker Gallery, Florida
Kinesthetic, Flowers Gallery, New York
Studiospective, Reverspective Studio, London

2011
Fifty Years in Show Business, Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road, London
New Works, Flowers Gallery, Cork Street, London

2010
Patrick Hughes, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul
Perspective and Perception, Flowers, New York
Galerie des Lices, St. Tropez
Galerie Lélia Mordoch, Paris
Three Dimensional Painting and Multiples, Galerie Boisserée, Cologne
Reverspectives, ArtGallery Vieleers, Amsterdam

2009
Patrick Hughes, Winsor Gallery, Vancouver
Perspective, Harvey Nichols, Dubai
The Genius of Perverspective, Marigold Fine Art, New Delhi
Patrick Hughes, Bel Air Fine Art, Geneva
Patrick Hughes, Intercontinental Hotel, London
Perfectspective, Flowers Central, London

2008
Patrick Hughes, Galerie Boisserée, Cologne
Reverspective versus Perspective, Nicolas Metivier Gallery, Toronto
Perspectivirtuoso, Flowers East, London
Superperspectivision, Scott Richards Contemporary Art, San Francisco
Winsor Gallery, Vancouver

2007
Grand Canals, Flowers Central, London
Recent Work, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York
Perspective Perpétuelle, Galerie Lélia Mordoch, Paris
Aspenspective, Sardella Fine Art, Aspen, Colorado
Perspectrum, Flowers, New York
The Prints In Between, Flower Graphics, London
Patrick Hughes, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Korea

2006
Permanentspective, Flowers East, London
Patrick Hughes, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul
Superduperspective, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, England
Relativespective, American Institute of Physics, Washington DC
Shaperspective, Scott Richards Contemporary Art, San Francisco
Realism, Galerie Vieleers, Amsterdam

2005
Escaperspective, Keller & Greene Gallery, Los Angeles
Imperspective, Mendelson Gallery, Pittsburgh
Impossible, Flowers Graphics, London
Perplexspective, Flowers New, York
Patrick Hughes, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Korea

2004
Doors Etc, Flowers, New York
Solo Retrospective, Art Chicago, Chicago
Reverspectives, Galerie Vieleers, Amsterdam
Patrick Hughes, Flowers Central, London
Reverspective, Dennos Museum Center, Midland, Michigan
Reverspective, Susan Duval Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
Persuasivespective, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York

2003
Whopperspective, Flowers East, London
Reverse Perspectives, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
Percepspective, Artower, Athens
Experspective, Flowers West, Santa Monica, California
Patrick Hughes, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul
Johyun Gallery, Seoul

2002
Flowers East at London Fields, London
Riperspective, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham, England
Beyond Perspective, Belloc Lowndes Fine Art, Chicago

2001
Properspective, Flowers East, London
Patrick Hughes, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul
Flowers Central, London
Recent Works, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York
Hyperspective, Flowers West, Santa Monica, California
Flowers East at London Fields, London
Certain Realities, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto

2000
Illusions, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York
Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago
Multiple Perspectives, Belloc Lowndes Fine Art, Chicago
Improperspective, Flowers West, Santa Monica, California
Reverse Perspectives, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto

1999
The Movies, Flowers West, Santa Monica, California
Deeperspective, Flowers East at London Fields, London
Susan Duval Gallery, Aspen, Colorado

1998
Perspectivity, Flowers West, Santa Monica, California
Perverspective, Flowers East at London Fields, London
Reverspective, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

1997
Deutsche Museum, Munich
Patrick Hughes, Lexus Centre, Jeddah
Studio Show, London
Reverspective, Flowers East at London Fields, London
Patrick Hughes Multiples, Belloc Lowndes, Chicago

1996
Superspective, Flowers East at London Fields, London
Patrick Hughes at Susan Kasen Summers, New York

1995
Belloc Lowndes Fine Art, Chicago

1994
Vanishing Points, City Art Galleries, Manchester
Retroperspectives, Flowers East at London Fields, London

1993
Made in Perspective, Flowers East at London Fields, London
The Shadow of War and Other Works, Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1992
Beyond the Rainbow, Flowers Graphics, London

1991
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, Worthing
Vanishing Points, Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Sunderland
A New Perspective, Flowers East, London
Vanishing Points, Flowers East, London

1990
A New Perspective, Flowers East, London

1989
Fifteen Years of Prints 1973-1988, Flowers East, London

1988
Patrick Hughes, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
50 Watercolours, Dean Clough Art Gallery, Halifax

1986
Studio Show, London (Watercolours)
The Watercolours of Patrick Hughes, Salthouse Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall

1985
Trapping the Elusive, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Patrick Hughes, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Studio Show, London (Watercolours)

1983
Pictures, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Bede Gallery, Jarrow
Edward Weston Galleries, New York
Mendelson Gallery, Pittsburgh
Hereford City Art Gallery, Hereford

1981
Mendelson Gallery, Pittsburgh
Gallery 39, Manchester

1980
Patrick Hughes: Prints, Alberta College of Art, Canada
Gouaches and Prints, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Patrick Hughes, Thumb Gallery, London

1979
Limited Editions, London
Penwith Galleries, St. Ives, Cornwall

1978
New Paintings, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Tom Caldwell Gallery, Belfast
Tom Caldwell Gallery, Dublin
Gallery 39, Manchester

1977
Prints and Other Things, Newlyn Orion Galleries, Newlyn

1976
Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Jordan Gallery, London
Prints and Other Things, Wills Lane Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall

1973
Patrick Hughes, Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1971
Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1970
Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1963
Portal Gallery, London

1961
Portal Gallery, London
King Street Gallery, Cambridge

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017
What’s in Store?, Salford Museum and Art Gallery, Salford
Eye Catcher: Robert Jacobsen & Op Art - Kinetic - Light, Kulturforum Würth Kolding, Kolding

2016
Landscapes Reconstructed, Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Alberta
Made in Britain, Galerie Boisserée, Cologne
Op Art - Kinetic Art - Light, Kunsthalle Wurst, Germany

2015
Small is Beautiful, Flowers Gallery, Cork Street, London
Art Miami, Miami
Op Art - Kinetic Art - Light. Art from Josef Albers and Vaserely to Patrick Hughes, Würth Museum, Germany
Visual Deception II: The Future, Nagoya City Art Museum, Nagoya
The Stash Gallery, London
The London Original Print Fair, Royal Academy of the Arts, London

2014
Visual Deception II: Into the Future, Touring exhibition, The Bunkamura Museum of Art, Tokyo; Hyogo
Prefectural Museum of Art, Kobe and Nagoya City Art Museum, Nagoya
The Brain, Universeum, Göteberg
Liverpool Love at Liverpool Contemporary, World Museum Liverpool
The Artist’s Folio, Cartwright Hall, Bradford Museums & Galleries
The London Original Print Fair, Royal Academy of the Arts, London

2013
The Brain, Vilvite, Bergen
Three Surrealists, Flowers Gallery, Cork Street, London
Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Competition & Exhibition, Kings Place Gallery, London

2012
Is It or Isn’t It? Contemporary Tromp L’oeil, Bernardussi Meisel Gallery, New York
The Brain, Continium Museum, Kerkrade
Small is Beautiful, Flowers Gallery, Cork Street, London
London Trilogy, Del Pino Gallery, Sokcho
Wells Art Exhibition, Wells Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Alloway, Ayrshire
Angela Flowers 80th, Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road, London
Luminiere & Geometries, Galerie Lélia Mordoch, Paris
Floriade, Venlo
The Millinery Works Annual Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, The Millinery Works LTD, London
The 11th Korea International Art Fair, KIAF/12, Seoul

2011
The Brain, Universeum, Göteberg
Respective Perspectives, Patrick Hughes & Paul Critchley, The Drumcroon Gallery, Wigan
Reverspectives, Galerie Vieleers, Amsterdam
Peter Blake & Friends, Opus Fine Art, Newcastle
Small is Beautiful XXIX, Flowers Central, London
In Response, Newport Museum & Art Gallery, Newport
Gregorian Reflections, Royal Institution, London
The Millinery Works Annual Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, The Millinery Works LTD, London

2010
Small is Beautiful XXVIII: Nursery Rhymes, Flowers Central, London
What a Relief, Flowers East, London
Perspectives, Hyatt Regency Hotel, London
Personal Agenda, Flowers New York
Template, 30 Years of Printmaking with Jack Shirreff, 107 Workshop, Wiltshire
Images of St. Pauls in the 21st Century, St. Pauls Cathedral, London
Alice au Pays des Marveilles, Next Art Élysées, Paris
Visual Illusions, The Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford
Scott Richards Contemporary Art, SF Fine Art Fair, San Francisco
The Millinery Works Annual Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, The Millinery Works LTD, London

2009
50 Paintings for 50 Years, Portal Gallery, London
Visual Deception, Touring exhibition, Nagoya City Art Museum, Nagoya; The Bunkamura Museum of Art, Tokyo and Hyogo
Prefectural Museum of Art, Kobe
Patrick Hughes and Mark Mizgala, Winsor Gallery, Vancouver
Art & Illusions, Palazzo Strozzi, Florence
The Brain, Experimentarium Museum, Copenhagen
Winsor Gallery, Vancouver
Henley Festival Group Art Show, Henley-on-Thames
Small is Beautiful, Flowers Central, London
The Millinery Works Annual Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, The Millinery Works LTD, London
Patrick Hughes; Reverspective Paintings and Mauro Corda; Original Sculptures, Bel-Air Fine Art, Geneva

2008
Small is Beautiful XXVI, Flowers Central, London
Realistic and Abstract Illusions in Contemporary Art, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York
STATIC, Harris Museum & Art Gallery, Preston
Lélia Mordoch Gallery, Paris
Small is Beautiful, Flowers, New York
Khulla Dhoka: The Open Door Exhibition, The Kathmandu Arts Centre, London
Winsor Gallery, Vancouver
Crunch: Art in a New Era, Hay Art Festival
The Grand Illusion, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York
The Millinery Works Annual Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, The Millinery Works LTD, London

2007
Prints, Flowers New York
Flowers Graphics at Graphic Studio Dublin, Ireland
New Works by Gallery Artists, Flowers Central, London
Small is Beautiful XXV, Flowers Central, London
Small is Beautiful, Flowers, New York
Interiors, New Grafton Gallery, London
The Millinery Works Annual Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, The Millinery Works LTD, London

2006
One Of A Kind, Byard Art, Cambridge
Small is Beautiful XXIV: Portraits, Flowers Central, London
40th International Fair for Modern and Contemporary Art, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Korea

2005
Angela Flowers Gallery 35th Anniversary Exhibition, Flowers East, London
Selections from the Fosterart Collection, Fosterart, London
Genialmente, Arte e Cervello, Trieste
The Millinery Works Annual Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, The Millinery Works LTD, London

2004
An Artist’s Choice – David Remfry Selects, Bohun Gallery, Oxfordshire
Gallery Selections, Flowers New York
Convincing Illusions, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York
Flowers West at Keller & Greene, Los Angeles
Genialmente, Arte e Cervello, Trieste
Summer Selections, Flowers New York
Six Real Painters, Flowers Central, London
Dreaming, Flowers East, London
Surprise! Modern Art in Norfolk Private Collections, Timothy Gurney Gallery at Norwich Castle, Norwich
Small is Beautiful XXII: Here and Now, Flowers Central, London
Psycho-Room: Not the Freud Museum, Freud Museum

2003
Head On: Art with the Brain in Mind, Science Museum, London
The Post-industrial Landscape, The Czech Museum of Fine Arts, Prague
Small is Beautiful XXI: War and Peace, Flowers Central, London
Scenes in Perspective, Arthall Mousses

2002
Head On: Art with the Brain in Mind, Science Museum, London
East Two, Flowers East, London
Flowers Eleven, Flowers Central, London
Small is Beautiful XX: Voyage, Flowers Central, London
Signitures of the Invisible, Touring Portual and France
Adapt NOW, Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow

2001
Near and Far, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York
Art Transplant, British Artists in New York, British Consulate, New York
Small is Beautiful: Still Life, Flowers East, London
Signatures of the Invisible, The Atlantis Gallery, London

2000
Oda Park, Venray
Angela Flowers Gallery 30th Anniversary Exhibition, Flowers East, London
Le Collège à la Collégiale, Collégiale Saint-André, Chârtres
Ubu in UK, The Mayor Gallery, London
Landscape, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
Small is Beautiful Part XVIII: Self-Portrait, Flowers East at London Fields, London

1999
Surrealism: Two Private Eyes, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Perspective, Kunsthalle, Budapest
Extrasensory Museum, Commemorating the birth of M.C. Escher, Fukuoka, Tokyo & Nagasaki
Contemporary British Landscape, Flowers East, London
Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York Small is Beautiful Part XVII: Millennium, Flowers East at London Fields, London
University Perspective, The Art of Northeastern University, Boston
Kunst am Pariser Platz, Dresdner Bank, Germany

1998
Susan Duval Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
Angela FLowers (Ireland) Inc., Ireland
Angela Flowers Gallery at Riverside Studios, London
René Magritte and Contemporary Art, Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Ostend
Small is Beautiful Part XVI: Music, Flowers East, London
Contemporary Artists Reflect on Italy, Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University, California

1997
Angela Flowers Gallery 1997, Flowers East at London Fields, London
Angela Flowers (Ireland) Inc,. County Cork, Ireland
Print, Riverside Studios, London
Small is Beautiful Part XV: Death, Flowers East at London Fields, London
Belloc Lowndes Fine Art, Chicago
Thirty Years of Printmaking, Advanced Graphics, London
Tolly Cobbold/Eastern Arts, Touring exhibition in the United Kingdom
Shadow of Life, ART97, London
The Art of Northeastern’s University, Student Center (Northeastern University)

1996
Angela Flowers (Ireland) Inc,. County Cork, Ireland
Patrick Hughes and Jeffery Edwards, Riverside Studios, London
Small is Beautiful Part XIV: Sex, Flowers East, London
The Print Show, Flowers Graphics, London
Belloc Lowndes Fine Art, Chicago
The First Years, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
FIAC (Angela Flowers Gallery), Paris
Reverspectives, Forum der Technik, Berlin

1995
Patrick Hughes and Alison Watt, Riverside Studios, London
The Twenty Fifth Anniversary Exhibition, Flowers East at London Fields, London
Flowers at Koplin, Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles
Small is Beautiful Part XIII: Food and Drink, Flowers East, London
The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London
British Surrealism 1935-1995, England & Co, London
Don’t Stand on Trifles, Aspex Gallery Portsmouth
Belloc Lowndes Fine Art, Chicago
Le Grand Jardin du Paradoxe du Mensonge Universels, Musee D’Art Moderne et D’Art Contemporain, France

1994
After Redoute, Flowers East, London
The Downeen Decade, Angela Flowers Gallery (Ireland) Inc,. County Cork, Ireland
Small is Beautiful Part XII: Night and Day, Flowers East at London Fields, London

1993
But Big is Better, Flowers East, London
New Work, Flowers East, London
Small is Beautiful Part XI: Homages, Flowers East, London

1992
Artist’s Choice, Flowers East, London
The Downeen Collection, Crawford Gallery, Cork
Brittle Winds, John Bonham Murray Feely Fine Art, London
British Art comes to St Helena, St Helena

1991
Small is Beautiful Part VIII, Flowers East, London
Funny Looking, Liège
Flowers East at Watermans, Watermans Art Centre, London
The Large Print Show, Jill George Gallery, London
Drawn to Humour, Cleveland Gallery, Cleveland
The Absent Presence, Touring Exhibition of London and Sheffield

1990
Angela Flowers Gallery 1990, Barbican Concourse Gallery, London
A Permanent State of Lucidity, John Bonham Murray Feely Fine Art, London
Art 21 ’90, Basel
Cubism, Blackman Harvey, London
Badge Art Two, Flowers East, London
It’s a Still Life, Southbank Center, London
Small is Beautiful Part 8: The Figure, Flowers East, London

1989
Badge Art Two, Flowers East, London
Big Paintings, Flowers East, London
Hirst, Hepher, Hughes, Hodgson, Angela Flowers (Ireland) Inc,. County Cork, Ireland
Art LA ’89, Los Angeles

The Advent Calendar, Gallery North, Kirby Lonsdale
Drawn to Humour, Cleveland Gallery, Cleveland
A Tribute to Cubism, Blackman Harvey, London
Tricks and Transformations, Stoke-on-Trent City Museum and Art Gallery, Hanley

1988
Surrealism is Dead: Long Live Surrealism, Crawshaw Gallery, London
Contemporary Portraits, Flowers East, London
Small is Beautiful Part VI, Flowers East, London
Freedom: A Celebration of Artists and Illustrators, Flowers East, London
Les Coleman and Patrick Hughes, Dean Clough Gallery, Halifax

1987
Drawings Summer ’87, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Eight by Eight, Curwen Gallery, London
PassageWest, Angela Flowers, Ireland
On a Plate, Serpentine Gallery, London
Small is Beautiful Part IV: Landscape, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Sixteen Artists: Process and Product, Turnpike Gallery, Leigh, Manchester
Art Project, Southampton General Hospital

1986
Contrariwise, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea
Flower Show, Stoke-on-Trent Museum and Touring Exhibition
Sixteen Artists: Sixteen Years, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Drawn to Humour, Cleveland Art Gallery, Cleveland
Surrealist Revelation, James Birch Gallery, London
Art Project, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton

1985
Big Paintings, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
A View from my Window, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
5th National Exhibition, Tolly Cobbold/Eastern Arts, Cambridge and touring

1984
Trapping the Elusive, Gardner Arts Centre, University of Sussex and Touring Exhibition
The Monoprint Show, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
In The Spirit of Surrealism, Bradbury & Birch, London

1983
6th International Biennale of Humour and Satire, Gabrova
Images for Today, Brighton Polytechnic, Brighton
Small is Beautiful Part III, Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1982
Twelve by Twelve, Leicester Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester
Snow, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Coriander Studio, Thumb Gallery, London
_Interior_s, Curwen Gallery, London

1981
5th Cleveland Drawing Biennale, Cleveland
Badges, Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1979
Mixed Graphics, Aberbach Fine Art, London
Tolly Cobbold/Eastern Arts, 2nd National Exhibition, touring the United Kingdom
6th International Print Biennale, Bradford Flowers, Francis Kyle Gallery, London
Contemporary Art for Charterhouse Street, London
14 Artists’ Portfolios, Graffiti, London
Drawing Biennale, Cleveland
5th Westward TV Open Art Competition
A Cold Wind Brushing the Temple, Arts Council of Great Britain
The British Art Show, Arts Council of Great Britain, Hayward Gallery, London and touring exhibition

1978
The Transformaction Review, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Surrealism Unlimited, Camden Arts Centre, London
Fo(u)ndlings, Coracle Press, London
Gallery 39, Manchester
Coriander Studio Prints, Curwen Gallery, London
John Moores Exhibition XI, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Coriander Studio Prints, Jordan Gallery, London
Metamorphoses, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
ExposiciÓn Internacional de la Plástica, Santiago de Chile

1977
3rd International Drawing Biennale, Middlesborough
Westward TV Open Competition, Truro
Miniatures, Coracle Press, London
Small is Beautiful Part 2: Sculpture, The Minories, Colchester
Tolly Cobbold/Eastern Arts, Cambridge and touring
Crown Art Exhibition, Reed House, London
Artists Markets from South-West Regions, Warehouse Gallery, London
To The Lighthouse, Wills Lane Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall
British Artists’ Prints 1972-1977, Scandinavia
Open Art Exhibition, County Hall, Truro

1976
5th International Print Biennale, Cartwright Hall, Bradford
An Octet from Angela Flowers, Gulbenkian Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Doors, Camden Arts Centre, London
Small is Beautiful Part II: Sculpture, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
The Deck of Cards, JPL Fine Arts, London
Dartist, Newlyn Orion Galleries, Newlyn, Cornwall

1975
Chichester National Art Exhibition, The Old Olympic Electric Theatre, Chichester
Drawing Biennale, Middlesborough
Dada after Dada, JPL Fine Arts, London
Envelopes, JPL Fine Arts, London
Collage, Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1974
4th Bradford Print Biennale, Bradford
British Painting, Hayward Gallery, London
Small Paintings, Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1973
Drawing Biennale, Middlesborough
Angela Flowers 10, Arts Council Gallery, Edinburgh
Hughes and Earnshaw, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull

1972
John Moores Exhibition, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
British Drawings 1952-1972, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
Artichokes, Greenwich Theatre Gallery, London

1971
The Post Card Show, Angela Flowers Gallery, London

1970
Ten Sitting Rooms, ICA, London
Lane Gallery, Bradford

1969
Play Orbit, ICA, London
John Moores Exhibition, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

1968
Apollinaire Show, ICA, London
Leeds Ten, Midland Group Gallery, Nottingham
Painting 64-67, Arts Council, London

1967
Exeter Festival of Surrealism, Exeter
John Moores Exhibition, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

1966
Form & Image; an Exhibition of International Art, Leeds Institute Gallery, Leeds
About Round, Portal Gallery, London

1965
Premio Lissone, Milan
Patrick hughes Paintings/ John Panting Sculptures, Hanover Gallery, London
Then Now, Leeds College of Art, Leeds
SE65, Bradford City Art Gallery, Bradford

1964
Northern Young Artists, Middlesborough Art Gallery, Sunderland Art Gallery

ICA Screen-Print Project, ICA, London
SE64, Bradford City Art Gallery, Bradford
red, white, blue, Portal Gallery, London

1963
John Moores Exhibition, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Pop Art, Midland Group Gallery, Nottingham
1962, Arthur Tooth & Sons Limited, London

1962
Critics Choice, Tooth’s Gallery, London
New Approaches to the Figure, Arthur Jeffries, London
Drawing Towards Painting, Arts Council

1961
John Moores Exhibition, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

Public Collections

Arts Council of Great Britain
Apax Partners Holdings ltd
Baker Museum, Florida
Birmingham Museums and Art Galleries
BlackRock, London
Bradford Museums & Art Galleries
Centrica Plc
CNA Insurance, Chicago
Cox Insurance Holdings PLC
Denver Art Museum
Deutsche Bank AG, London
Deutsche Bibliothek, Frankfurt
Dudley Art Gallery
Education Academy, The Royal London Hospital
Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
Glasgow Museum and Art Gallery
Goldsmiths Hall
Goldman Sachs International
Hanjin Shipping Co., Seoul
Hereford City Art Gallery
Institute of Philosophy, University of London, School of Advanced Studies
Isle of Man Arts Council
J Walter Thompson
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Kunstlicht in de Kunst
Leeds City Art Gallery
Leeds University
Leicestershire Educational Authority
Lloyds TSB Group plc, London
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Wisconsin
Manchester City Art Gallery
Moorfields Eye Hospital
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University,North Carolina
Northeast University, Boston
Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Phillip Morris Collection, New York
PwC - PricewaterhouseCoopers
Procter & Gamble, Surrey & Cincinatti
POPA Porrentruy Optical Art
Rexifield CC, Woogin Group, Seoul
Royal National Institute for the Blind
Sheffield City Art Gallery
Swire Group, Hong Kong
Stoney Brook University
Tate
The British Academy
The British Council
The British Library
The Contemporary Art Society
The Lousiana Museum, Denmark
Time Out Group
Victoria & Albert Museum
University College of Wales, Aberystwyth
University of Edinburgh
University of Houston
Westdeutsche Landesbank, London
Whitworth Art Gallery
Wolverhampton City Art Gallery
Würth Museum, Germany
ZKM - Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe

Bibliography

2017
In conversation with art historian Dawn Ades FBA,British Academy online, May
Patrick Hughes,Focus Art Magazine, 15 March
10 Minutes with Patrick Hughes,Artists & Illustrators, January

2016
About time you met: Patrick Hughes,About time magazine, December
Patrick Hughes: Do not follow a path, make a path,The Reading Lists, December
Changing Perspectives,The Yorkshire post, 5 November
British Surrealist Patrick Hughes reverses perspective in new exhibition,Creative Boom, 10 August
Patrick Hughes: the Pop Art Pioneer who’s gone viral, The Telegraph, 28 March
Patrick Hughes exhibition at Panorama Mesdag, The Hague Online, 19 March

2015
Review, Elle Russia, March
Patrick Hughes exhibition at Panorama Mesdag, The Hague Online, 19 March
A Study of the Studiolo, Martin Kemp, British Academy Review, February

2014
Patrick Hughes exhibition at Panorama Mesdag, The Hague Online, 19 March
Bewegende schilderijen van Patrick Hughes in Panorama Mesdag, if then is now, 8 April
Bewegende schilderijen van Patrick Hughes in Panorama Mesdag, Den Haag Direct, 11 April
Lezersactie: Met korting naar de ‘Engelse Escher’, Groot Voorschoten, 17 April
The Tokyo Shimbun, 7 August, p10

2013
Exhibition that is a Tribute to ‘Mother Figure’, H&H Series, 17 January
Art House, Town Magazine, Issue 4, Spring

2012
Modern art if right Up My Street, Metro, 27 February
How We Met (Patrick Hughes & Derren Brown), The Independent on Sunday, 29 April
Patrick Hughes Studiospective, artdaily.org, 1 May
Best Exhibitions, Country File, July issue
De Wonderereverspectives van Patrick Hughes, LXRY Magazine, Amsterdam A Matter of Perspective, The Vancouver Sun, 4 October
Fearful Aasymmetry, Oxford Today
The Importance of Being Earnest - and Playful, Sunday Times Magazine, 23 December

2011
Top Artists Mark Gallery Birthday, Leigh Tyldesley & Atherton Journal
Patrick Hughes - “Perspective & Perception” @ Flowers Gallery, Arrested Motion, 17 January
Preview: Patrick Hughes Retrospective, The Independent, 29 June
The World of Patrick Hughes, Telegraph Magazine, 9 July
No Business Like Show - Business, Design Week, 12 July
50 Years in ‘Reverse’, West End Extra, 15 July
Ideas Tap.com, 18 July
Schooled in Digital Expression, The Washington Post, 22 July
An Impish Master of Puzzles and Paradox, The Independent, 22 July
New Perspective, The Financial Times, 30/31 July
Patrick Hughes: 50 Years in Show Business, Time Out London, August
Nicolas Usherwood, Galleries Magazine, August
Patrick Hughes on London, Easy Jet Traveller Magazine, August
Arts and Antiques Magazine, August
Angharad Lewis, Grafik Magazine, Volume #1
Playing with Perspective, The Artist, September

2010
Elephant Parade, May 2010. Dunbow by Patrick Hughes, Little London Observationist
Dunbow the Elephant Parades Into Seven Dials, Seven Dials, Covent Garden, May Issue

2009
Harvey Nichols Disorientation, Gulf News, 6 February, p2
Outlook Profit, Hale & Arty, April issue, p74
Kishor Singh, Deceived! Mumbai Business Standard, 5 September, p5
Profile :Derren Brown, Millions hang on his mind games, The Sunday Times, 13 September, p21

2008
Seeing Isn’t Always Believing, Artists & illustrators, September issue, p29
Manhattan Cocktails, Artists & Illustrators, December issue, p42
Stéphanie Marmain, Quand la science vous livre ses secrets, Le Populaire du Centre, 20 November, p11

2007
Brendan Flynn, Seeing is Believing, Superspective Catalogue, Birmingham Museums catalogue
Jack Shirreff, A Means of Revelation, Printmaking Today, Autumn issue

2006
Andrew Barrow, Double Trouble, Independent on Sunday, 1 January, p8
Rosie Millard, Pioneers of Factory Living, The Sunday Times, 22 January, p19
The Times, Knowledge, 21 – 27 January, p 5
Waldemar Januszczak, Sunday Times, January 29
GQ Magazine, March, p50
Virginia Boston, Portrait of an Artist Artists and Illustrators, March issue, p17

2005
Murray McDonald, Multiples, Flowers Graphics Catalogue
Hester Westley, Is the Turner Ageing too Gracefully? The Times T2, p15
Anthony Haden-Guest, Playing to the Galleries, Financial Times, 17 September, p8
Perspective on Patrick Hughes, Circa Magazine, Winter, p5

2004
Nicholas Wapshott, The Times, 7 January
Barbara A. MacAdam, Infinity and Beyond, Art News, March
MH – Modern Home Magazine, Hong Kong no. 310, April
Visit London.com, 1 September
FisunGuner, Metro, 3 September
Richard Moss, 24 Hour Museum, 2 November
Working with Art (Newsletter of International Art Consultants), Autumn

2003
Hephzibah Anderson, Metro Life, The Evening Standard, 14 – 20 February
Rachael Campbell-Johnson, The Times, 15 – 21 February
Anne Underwood, Newsweek, 3 March
Whopperspective, Catalogue, Flowers East.
The Segye Times, September
Anne Lemhofer, PragerZeitung, 16 October
Jiri Machalicky, LidoveNoviny, 16 October
Lizzy Le Quesne, Prague Post, 5 – 11 November
Richard Drury, Atelier, November
Radan Wagner, Umeni & Starozitnosti, November
Noblesse, Korea, November
Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Catalogue 20th Anniversary Exhibition, 16 – 27 December
The National Art Collections Fund, Review

2002
Louis K. Meisel, ArtNews, February
Alex O’Connell, The Times, 3 May
Birmingham Voice, 8 May
Frank Whitford, The Sunday Times, 19 May
Brendan Farrell, The Irish Post, 8 June
Birmingham Post, 17 June
Dalya Alberge, The Times, 30 October
Dee O’Connell, Observer Magazine, 8 September

2001
Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Catalogue, June
Murray McDonald, Properspective, Catalogue, Flowers East
Evening Standard, 9 March
Forrest Hartman, Life-Reno Gazette, San Francisco, 1 August
John Cornwell, The Sunday Times Culture, 12 August
Nicholas Wapshott, The Times, 22 October
Joanna Hunter, The Times, 6 November

2000
Paul D. Komar, The Sciences Magazine, Canada, January/February
David Ebony, Art in America, May
Review of San Francisco International Art Expo
Arte Aldia News (Miami), October

1999
Sue Hubbard, Time Out.
Times Literary Supplement, 12 February
Fooling the Eyes: trompe l’oil and reverse perspective, Perception, volume 28, p.1115-1119
Space Magazine, The Guardian, 9 December
Extrasensory Museum, Catalogue, p28-29

1998
Vanessa Thorpe, Independent on Sunday, 19 April
Barbara A. MacAdam, Art News, September
William Wilson, Los Angeles Times, November
Peter Frank, Art Pick of the Week, LA Weekly, 13-19 November

1997
Sue Hubbard, Time Out, 23 July
John Slyce, What’s On, 30 July
What’s On in London, 9 July

1996
The London Magazine, June

1995
The Sunday Picture, Isabel Lloyd, The Independent on Sunday, 29 January
Open University, BBC2, Geometric Form

1994
Time Out, 16 March
Patrick Hughes, Drawings and Things, Ambit 137
Sue Hubbard, Time Out, 12 October
Giles Auty, The Spectator, October
Lucinda Bredin, Home and Garden, 23 October
Geraldine Norman, The Independent, 22 October

1993
Mary Rose Beaumont, Art Review, January
Professor Richard Gregory, Murray McDonald, Flowers East Catalogue, April
The Independent on Sunday, 25 April
William Feaver, The Observer, 2 May
Waldemar Januszczak, The Guardian, 3 May
Tania Githa, Time Out, 18 August
Ian McKay, What’s On, 1 September
Robert Heller, The London Magazine, October

1992
Peter Nichols, The Telegraph Magazine, 16 May

1991
Murray McDonald, Artline, July
George Melly, Flowers East Catalogue, September

1990
Tiffany Daneff, The London Evening Standard, 25 January
Andrew Barrow, Weekend, The Telegraph
Les Coleman, Time Out
James Heartfield, Living Marxism, December
William Feaver, The Observer
Murray McDonald, Flowers East Catalogue

1989
Tim Hilton, The Guardian, 11 January
Clare Henry, Glasgow Herald, 17 March

1988
Murray McDonald, Angela Flowers Gallery Catalogue

1986
Frank Ruhrmund, St Ives Times and Echo, September
W.E Johnson, Arts Review

1985
Monica Petzal, Time Out
Louisa Buck, City Limits
Waldemar Januszczak, The Guardian, 2 August
Murray McDonald, Angela Flowers Gallery Catalogue, July
Murray McDonald, Alles und Noch Viel Mehr

1983
Les Coleman, ArtLine Review, March
Michael Billam, Angela Flowers Catalogue
Margaret Garlake, Art Monthly, May

1982
Valerie Brooks, Campaign, 30 July

1981
Caroline Collier, Arts Video, June

1980
Murray McDonald, Arts Review, 26 September
Murray McDonald, Alberta College of Art Catalogue
George Melly, Angela Flowers Gallery Catalogue, 30 July

1979
Tanya Ledger, Arts Review, 16 April
John Russell, The New York Times, 2 November

1978
George Melly, Arts Review

1976
Fenella Crichton, Art International
Arthur Moyse, Freedom, 6 March
William Packer, The Financial Times, 15 March
Peter Fuller, Arts Review, March
Marina Vaizey, The Sunday Times

1974
James Heard, Arts Review
Arthur Moyse, Freedom

1973
Robert Weale, New Scientist
Beatrice Phillpotts, Arts Review, 1 April
Philip Oakes, The Sunday Times, 10 June

1972
Anthony Everitt, Birmingham Post, 28 January
Myfanwy Kitchin, The Guardian, 1 February

1971
Glenn Howarth, Victoria Daily Times, 31 July
George Melly, Angela Flowers Catalogue, 22 October
James Heard, Arts Review, 23 October
Robert Melville, New Statesman, 12 November

1970
Helena Matheopoulos, Harpers and Queen
JasiaReichardt, Architectural Design
John Russell, The Sunday Times
Michael Shepherd, The Sunday Telegraph
Norbert Lynton, The Guardian
Pierre Rouve, Arts Review, 14 February

1965
Norbert Lynton, The Guardian, 23 September
John Nash, Yorkshire Post, 9 October

1964
Michael Cresswell, Daily Herald, 16 June

1963
Cottie Burland, Arts Review, 5 October
John Nash, Yorkshire Post, 9 October
Anon., The Times, 17 October
Arthur Moyse, Portal Gallery Catalogue, October

1961
Anon., The Times, July
GM Butcher, The Manchester Guardian, July
George Melly, Portal Gallery Catalogue, July
Robert Melville, Architectural Review, July
Arthur Moyse, Freedom, July
John Nash, Yorkshire Post, July
Neville Wallis, The Observer, July
David Sylvester, New Statesman, 7 July
David Sylvester, Portal Gallery Catalogue, July
John Russell, The Sunday Times, 9 July
Keith Sutton, The Listener, 20 July
Charles S Spencer, Art News and Review, July
Colin Renfrew, Cambridge Gazette, August
‘JR’ (Jasper Rose), Cambridge Review, August

Television

Interview, London Live Television, December 2016
Reverse Perspective, The One Show, BBC1, May 2016
Laura Cummings, The Strange and Wonderful World of Self-Portraits, BBC4, 2011
Oil on Canvas, Smart TV, 1997
Geometric Form, Open University, BBC2, 1995

Video & DVD

Hues of Hughes: A film by Nigel Walk, 2016
Hughesually: The Art of Patrick Hughes, Jake West, 2013
Reverspective, Jake Auerbach & Michael Houldey, 1997