Paul Hodgson is a London based artist who makes hybrid works that incorporate painting, photography and digital print.
1998 – 2000 M.A. Printmaking. Royal College of Art, London
1991 – 1995 B.A. (Hons) Fine Art. Newcastle University
1990 – 1991 Foundation Art and Design. Shrewsbury College of Art & Technology
2020 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
2019 The Rising Tide, Milstein Exhibition Centre, Cambridge University Library
2016 Discerning Eye, the Mall Galleries, London
2014 Beauty by Design: Fashioning the Renaissance, Scottish National Portrait Gallery
2013 Image Search: Photography from the Collection, Pérez Art Museum Miami
2011 Unbounded, Proje4L, Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul
2006 The Battle of the Somme, The Imperial War Museum London
2004 Light and Atmosphere, Miami Art Museum, Miami
2010 Paul Hodgson: New Works, Marlborough Fine Art, London
2008 Rise + Fall, RISE Berlin, Berlin
2007 Sovereign Rights, Marlborough Fine Art, London
2005 Paul Hodgson, Feigen Contemporary, New York
2004 A Single Path, M.K.Ciurlionis National Museum of Art, Kaunas
2003 In Search of a New Land, Houldsworth, London
2010 Director’s Visitor, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
Over the past twenty years, Paul Hodgson has been represented by Marlborough Fine Art, London; Feigen Contemporary, New York; Houldsworth, London - among others. He currently works with an independent dealer in London.
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
I often make works on paper to reconsider motifs that have featured in larger painted and printed works, or which may appear in future works. I like the immediacy and fluidity that working on paper can offer - and the unexpected results that can occur when using a set of simple materials. These two images relate to large scale painted / printed works that explore ideas of intentionality and the construction of images in front of a camera.
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