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Robert Hite

Clementine , 2017

Archival pigment print
30 × 45 in
76.2 × 114.3 cm
Edition of 10
This is part of a limited edition set.
$2,800
location
Hudson
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About the work
Carrie Haddad Gallery
Hudson
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39 x 49 inches framed, $3,500

39 x 49 inches framed, $3,500

Series
A Distant Embrace
Robert Hite
American, b. 1956
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With a studio converted from an old Methodist church in a village of Esopus, New York, Robert Hite has placed himself amongst the subject matter he is most drawn to: simple clapboard homes. Through painting, photography, sculpture, or a combination thereof, Hite depicts the shacks and sheds of the marginalized communities he observed during his childhood in the American South. As a child born in 1950s Virginia, Hite observed racial discrimination and the handmade homes of impoverished, disparaged members of his local community. Hite has traveled to Latin America, Asia, Europe, and the Caribbean to document patchwork homes and interact with their residents, once even trading new stainless steel for the rusted metal roof of a shack in Mexico, which he then incorporated into a sculpture.

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About the work
Carrie Haddad Gallery
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39 x 49 inches framed, $3,500

39 x 49 inches framed, $3,500

Series
A Distant Embrace
Robert Hite
American, b. 1956
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With a studio converted from an old Methodist church in a village of Esopus, New York, Robert Hite has placed himself amongst the subject matter he is most drawn to: simple clapboard homes. Through painting, photography, sculpture, or a combination thereof, Hite depicts the shacks and sheds of the marginalized communities he observed during his childhood in the American South. As a child born in 1950s Virginia, Hite observed racial discrimination and the handmade homes of impoverished, disparaged members of his local community. Hite has traveled to Latin America, Asia, Europe, and the Caribbean to document patchwork homes and interact with their residents, once even trading new stainless steel for the rusted metal roof of a shack in Mexico, which he then incorporated into a sculpture.

Robert Hite

Clementine , 2017

Archival pigment print
30 × 45 in
76.2 × 114.3 cm
Edition of 10
This is part of a limited edition set.
$2,800
location
Hudson
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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