Jim Hodges lives and works in New York. He received a BFA from Fort Wright College, Spokane, Washington, and an MFA from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York. Hodges is the recipient of the 2006 Association Internationale des Critiques d’art; the 2001 Albert Ucross Prize; and the 1999 Washington State Arts Commission, among numerous other honors. Hodges has had domestic and international exhibitions at Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco; Art Pace, San Antonio, Texas; Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, Italy; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Dieu Donné, New York; The Fabric Workshop & Museum, Philadelphia; Het Apollohuis, Eindhoven, Holland; Interim Art, London, United Kingdom; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Santiago de Compostella, Spain; SITE Santa Fe, New Mexico; and White Columns, New York. Selected public collections holding his work include the Art Institute of Chicago; Detroit Institute of Arts; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France; SFMOMA; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.
–Courtesy of Headlands Center for the Arts
Framing courtesy of The Painters Place
Image rights: Courtesy of Anthony Meier Fine Arts
About Jim Hodges
Jim Hodges’ works are meticulously assembled visual diaries made from familiar materials such as curtains, mirrors, artificial silk flowers, glass, silver chains, and light bulbs. In Creep (2009), a branch-like form gracefully stretches beyond the edges of the watermarked paper. From his complex arrangements of broken glass to life-size monochromes of black, gray, and white camouflage fabric, Hodges’ delicate works explore themes of fragility and temporality in a highly original and poetic vocabulary.
American, b. 1957, Spokane, Washington, based in New York, NY, United States