Patrick Hill (artist)

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Patrick Hill is an American artist. His abstract sculptures juxtapose hard and soft materials and references to Minimalism and the human body.[1] Common materials are wood, stone, steel, fabric dye and glass.[citation needed] Hill also makes paintings on un-primed canvas with oil paint and various organic pigments.[2]

He participated in the 2008 Whitney Biennial.[1]


  1. ^ a b Goergen, Stacy,
  2. ^ Archived 2007-10-11 at the Wayback Machine

Further reading[edit]

  • Johnson, Ken, “Art in Review: Patrick Hill, Clumsy Angels,” New York Times, January 28, 2011
  • Griffin, Jonathan, “Fluid Nature,” Mousse, September 2010
  • Bartholomew, Ryan, “Leopards in the Temple,” Artforum, January 2010
  • Carlin, T.J. “Leopards in the Temple,” Time Out New York, Feb-March 3, 2010
  • Johnson, Ken. “Tamer Cats at Modern Art’s High Gates,” NY Times, Jan 14
  • Baker, Kenneth, “Marbles at Noma,” SF Gate, September 29
  • Curcio, Seth, “Play With Your Own Marbles,” Daily Serving, September 27
  • Szupinska, Joanna, “Play With Your Own Marbles,” ArtSlant, September 14
  • Bromberg, Emilie, “Patrick Hill – Sculpture Associated,, Issue 2, August
  • Schad, Ed, “Patrick Hill,” ArtReview, May, p. 119
  • Dault, Julia, “Patrick Hill,”,, March
  • Donohue, Marlena, “Patrick Hill,” Artscene, March
  • Miles, Christopher, Danerous Geometry, LA Weekly, February 18
  • Snellman, Natascha, “Patrick Hill at David Kordansky Gallery,”,, February 17
  • Pagel, David, “Review: Patrick Hill at David Kordansky, Los Angeles Times, February 13
  • Verrecchia, Vassili, Patrick Hill, L’Officiel Hommes, February 2009, pp.177-180
  • Fiduccia, Joanna, “Patrick Hill,” The Approach E2, Artforum, January, p. 221
  • Taft, Catherine, “Base: Object,”,, November
  • Patrick Hill, NY Arts, Vol 13, No. 11/12, p. 43
  • Smith, Roberta, Pruesspress@Rental, New York Times, June 27, p. B25
  • Schambelan, Elizabeth, “Whitney Biennial”, Artforum, Summer 2008, p. 426
  • Stern, Steven, “Whitney Biennial 2008”, Frieze, Issue 115, May 2008, p. 164
  • Cotter, Hollard “Art’s Economic Indicator”, New York Times, March 2008
  • “Whitney’s Snapshot of Now”, Art World, Issue 3, February 2008, p. 21
  • Baker, R.C., “Recommendations from R.C. Baker,” Village Voice, October 2
  • Miles, Christopher, “Gallery Sprawl: City of Los Angeles”, Flaunt, Issue 87, p. 106
  • Morton, Tom, “Patrick Hill,” Frieze, January – February 2007, p. 176.
  • Rochette, Anne and Wade Saunders, “Place Matters: Los Angeles Sculpture Today,” Art in America, November 2006, p. 174.
  • Campagnola, Sonia, “Focus Los Angeles: A Survey of Contemporary Los Angeles Art,” Flash Art, January – February 2006, p. 71.
  • Morton, Tom, “Looking Back: Emerging Artists,” Frieze, January – February 2006, p. 122.
  • DeRose, Jen, “More at MAK,” Interior Design, December 2005.
  • Hainley, Bruce, “Patrick Hill (Openings),” Artforum, November 2005, pp. 242–243.
  • Sholis, Brian, “Ask the Dust,”, September 2005.
  • Smith, Roberta, “Ask the Dust,” New York Times (Art Listings), September 2005.
  • Ned Holte, Michael, “Ask the Dust: Jedediah Caesar, Case Calkins, Patrick Hill at D’Amelio Terras Gallery,” D’Amelio Terras, September 6, 2005.
  • Grabner, Michelle, “Patrick Hill,” artUS, July – September 2005, p. 17.
  • Nusser, Madeline, “Patrick Hill,” Time Out Chicago, April 14–21, 2005, Issue No. 7, p. 48.
  • Cotter, Holland, “Dealers Gather at the River, Convenient to Lofts With Bare Walls,” The New York Times, March 11, 2005.
  • Hainley, Bruce, “Top Ten,” Artforum, December, 2004, pp. 164–165.
  • Knight, Christopher, “Will it all come crashing down?,” LA Times, November 26, 2004, p.E18.
  • Ruiz, Alma, “Dossier Los Angeles,” Carnet arte, Milan, May, 2004.
  • Hainley, Bruce and Siobhan McDevitt. “Camel Riding Nude, Backwards,” Ishtar,
  • Minnesota: Midway Contemporary Art, 2003.
  • Hoffmann, Jens, “Cityscape: Los Angeles,” Flash Art, Milan, November - December 2002, pp. 53–56.
  • Heikes, Jay, “The Waiting Room is Closed,” New Art Examiner, Chicago, January – February 2002, p. 49.