PAST GROUP EXHIBITION
PUBLISHED Jan 9, 2019
Made in Britain II
JAN 23 - MAR 26, 2019
Following the success of Made in Britain group exhibition, Galerie Boisserée hosted Made in Britain II, the participating artists included Patrick Hughes, Patrick Caulfield, Michael Craig-Martin, Ian Davenport, Peter Doig, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney and Julian Opie.
There is a fully illustrated catalogue available (104 pages and more than 90 images, price Euro 10).
Galerie Boisserée, Drususgasse 7-11, D-50667 Köln, Germany
PAST ART FAIR
PUBLISHED Jan 28, 2019
FEB 21 - 24, 2019
The Axel Pairon Gallery exhibited recent works by Patrick at art KARLSRUHE.
Axel Pairon Gallery, Zeedijk 729, 8300 Knokke-Het Zoute, Belgium
Past Online Exhibition
PUBLISHED Jan 21, 2019
A Newer Perspective
JAN 21 - FEB 15, 2019
Recent paintings and multiples by Patrick Hughes.
An exclusive online exhibition at Tangent Contemporary Art.
Tangent Contemporary Art, 373 Geary Street,
San Francisco CA 94108, USA
PUBLISHED Jun 11, 2018
A Newer Perspective - The Book
Patrick Hughes: A Newer Perspective, is the second edition of the sold out monograph A New Perspective. This comprehensive 240 page publication features colour illustrations of artworks focusing largely on work from 2010, with an additional 50 plates that have been added since 2014. The book includes essays by art historians Dawn Ades and Martin Kemp, scientist Thomas Papathomas, Matthew Flowers, an interview between Patrick Hughes and critic Murray McDonald and a new essay by Patrick Hughes. Professor Sir Colin Blakemore writes on the backcover.
The book is accompanied by the DVD Hughesually: The Art of Patrick Hughes, a 41 minute documentary film by Jake West.
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PUBLISHED Sep 22, 2018
Patrick and The Rainbosceros
This beautiful rainbow work, The Rainbosceros, was created by Patrick Hughes and stood proudly in Covent Garden marketplace. One of 21 sculptures, all different, painted by invited artists made up the Tusk Rhino Trail – an art instalation found in key locations around London to mark World Rhino Day.
Tusk Patron, Prince William, hosted an afternoon in the gardens of Kensington Palace to raise awareness of the valuable work undertaken by Tusk on anti-poaching and conservation. Patrick, and his Rainbosceros, modelled from the critically endangered Black Rhino, can be seen chatting with Prince William. The Rhinos were auctioned to raise money for the Tusk charity, at Christies in London in October, 2018.
For more details of this event please visit: tusk.org
PUBLISHED Jul 11, 2018
Hand-painted multiple with archival inkjet. Edition of 50.
Dimensions 46 x 90 x 18.5 cm | 18⅛ x 35⅜ x 7¼ in
Available through Flowers Gallery.
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