PUBLISHED Jun 11, 2018
Patrick Hughes - A Newer Perspective
JUL 12, 2018 - SEP 1, 2018
Solo exhibition of Patrick Hughes’ new works.
Flowers Gallery 21 Cork Street, London W1S 3LZ
PUBLISHED May 21, 2018
The Fourth Dimension
JUL 02, 2018 - AUG 26, 2018
A solo exhibition featuring recent works by Patrick Hughes.
Axel Pairon Gallery Knokke-Het Zoute, Belguim
Past Group Exhibition
PUBLISHED Mar 17, 2017
Eye Catcher: Robert Jacobsen & Op Art - Kinetic - Light
MAR 25, 2017 - MAY 31, 2018
An exhibition showcasing sculptures by Jacobsen in interaction with works that tease our power of perception with optical illusions and contrasts when interacting with the viewer.
Six paintings by Patrick Hughes were included in the exhibition, alongside works by Yaacov Agam, Gunter Fruhtrunk, Gun Gordillo, Heinz Mack, Francois Morellet, Anton Stankowski, Ludwig Wilding and Victor Vasarely.
Kulturforum Würth Kolding
PUBLISHED Apr 6, 2017
Patrick Hughes: Perspectiviews
APR 7, 2017 - MAY 12, 2017
A solo exhibition of recent works.
Persterer Contemporary Fine Art
British Academy Review
PUBLISHED Jan 15, 2018
One of the greatest masterpieces of the Renaissance, the Intarsia Studiolo, created around 1480, has been reconfigured by Patrick; A Study of the Studiolo is a Reverspective tribute to the 15th Century craftsmen and masters of perspectival illusion. His second work Studiolo Study is installed at the British Academy in London. A pdf of the essay by Professor Martin Kemp FBA on the Studiolo Study and the visual paradoxes of Patrick Hughes is available for download by clicking this link: British Academy Review
PUBLISHED Jun 2, 2016
Patrick is now on Facebook. He has an artist’s page which lists upcoming events and news from the studio and beyond.
We’d like it if you liked it.
PUBLISHED May 21, 2016
The One Show
Patrick Hughes was featured in an article on The One Show on Thursday 19 May. Patrick speaks to Phil Tufnell on the BBC television show about his reverspective paintings.
To watch the extract go to: reverspective.com/hughes-on-film and scroll down the page.