PUBLISHED Sep 20, 2016
Views of Hughes: Selected Multiples
SEP 24, 2016 – OCT 19, 2016
Exhibition of multiples by Patrick Hughes. These new works to Winsor include hot off the press Peggy, Amsterdam and Populart plus the last remaining edition of Variety.
Winsor Gallery, 258 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver, V5T 1A6
PUBLISHED May 14, 2016
Forwards to Backwards
AUG 12, 2016 – SEP 9, 2016
An illustrated catalogue is available of this exhibition.
Leeds College of Art, Vernon Street, Leeds LS2 8PH
PUBLISHED May 15, 2016
Artist of the Day
JUN 20, 2016 – JUL 2, 2016
Patrick Hughes selects Paul Critchley
This exhibition showcased the work of ten artists, chosen not by the gallery, but by established professional practitioners who have each nominated a talent of their choice.
Each selected artist presented a solo body of work at Flowers Cork Street gallery for one day only.
Flowers Gallery, 21 Cork Street, London W1S 3LZ
PUBLISHED May 20, 2016
Made in Britain
JUN 8, 2016 – JUN 30, 2016
Group Exhibition: Michael Craig-Martin, David Hockney, Patrick Hughes and Julian Opie
Galerie Boisserée, Drususgasse 7-11 , D-50667 Cologne, Germany
PUBLISHED Jun 1, 2015
Op Art - Kinetic Art - Light
MAY 18, 2015 - MAR 28, 2016
Group Exhibition: Art from Josef Albers and Victor Vasarely to Patrick Hughes in the Würth Collection
Würth Museum, Lange Strasse 35, 74523 Schwäbisch Hall, Germany.
PUBLISHED Apr 22, 2015
At the end of 2013 Patrick started work on a new painting reconfiguring one of the great masterpieces of the Renaissance; the intarsia studiolo created around 1480 for the Ducal Palace in Gubbio, Italy. A Study of the Studiolo is almost three metres in length and a reverspective tribute to the fifteenth century craftsmen and masters of perspectival illusion.
Patrick has recently finished a second work Studiolo Study for the British Academy. Painted in oil on board with collaged panels, 97.5 x 225 x 24 cm, the work has now been installed at the British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1.
A pdf of the essay by Professor Martin Kemp FBA on the Studiolo Study and the visual paradoxes of Patrick Hughes published in the recent edition of the British Academy Review is available for download by clicking on this link. British Academy Review