Patrick Hill (artist)

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Patrick Hill (born 1972) is an artist based in Los Angeles.

Hill was born in Michigan. 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.[2] Hill also makes paintings on un-primed canvas with oil paint and various organic pigments.[3] He studied with controversial Los Angeles artist, Larry Johnson.

Hill is represented by David Kordansky in Los Angeles; Bortolami Gallery in New York City; The Approach in London; and Almine Rech in Paris and Brussels.

He participated in the 2008 Whitney Biennial.[1]

Education[edit]

2000 MFA, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA. 1996 BFA, University of Michigan School of Art and Design, Ann Arbor, MI.


Selected Solo Exhibitions[edit]

2012

  • Galerie Almine Rech, Paris, France (upcoming)

2011

  • Clumsy Angels Bortolami Gallery, New York, NY

2010

  • Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Ferndale, MI

2009

  • David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

2008

  • Patrick Hill, The Approach, London

2007

  • Forming, Bortolami Gallery, New York, NY

2006

  • Golden Syrup, The Approach (The Reliance), London, England

2005

  • Shane Campbell, Chicago, IL

2004

  • David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.


Selected Group Exhibitions[edit]

2011

  • Indeterminate Activity, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York, NY
  • Powders, a Phial, and a Paper Book, Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY
  • California Dreamin' - Myths and Legends of Los Angeles, Galerie Almine Rech, Paris, France

2010

  • Re-Dressing, Bortolami Gallery, New York, NY
  • The Secret (Still) Knows, LAND, Los Angeles, CA
  • Held Up by Columns, Renwick Gallery, New York, NY
  • Leopards in the Temple, Sculpture Center, Long Island, NY
  • The Mass Ornament, curated by John Rassmussen, Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY*
  • The Story of O, Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA
  • The Secret Knows, 508 House, Austin, TX
  • Mostly Sculpture Show, Sea and Space Explorations, Los Angeles, CA
  • Light Breaks Where No Sun Shines, Bortolami Gallery at the Webster, Miami

2009

  • Leopards in the Temple, curated by Fionn Meade, Sculpture Center, New York
  • Play With Your Marbles (Walead Beshty, Karl Haendel & Partick Hill) Noma Gallery, San Francisco, CA
  • Abstract America: New Painting and Sculpture from the U.S., Saatchi Gallery, London
  • Geoplay (Part II), Pilar Parra & Romero, Madrid, Spain

2008

  • Base: Object, curated by Cory Nomura, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY
  • Pruesspress@Rental, Rental, New York, NY
  • Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, NY

2007

  • Uneasy Angel, Imagine Los Angeles, curated by Johannes Fricke-Waldthausen, Galerie Sprüth Magers, Munich, Germany
  • Sculptors’ Drawings: Ideas, Studies, Sketches, Proposals, And More, Angles Gallery,

Santa Monica CA.

  • Exit Music (for a film), Grimm/Rosenfeld, Munich, Germany

2006

  • L.A. Trash & Treasure, Milliken Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Pure Land, Ratio 3, San Francisco, CA.
  • Cloudbreak, Organized by David Kordansky, Hiromi Yoshii, Tokyo, Japan
  • Patrick Hill, Eileen Quinlan, Florian Schmidt, Galerie Kosak Hall, Vienna, Austria
  • Matthew Brannon, Wade Guyton, Patrick Hill, United Artists Ltd., Marfa, TX.
  • Symmetry, Curated by Nizan Shaked and Kimberli Meyer, MAK Center at the Schindler House, Los Angeles, CA.

2005

  • Shape Shifters, China Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Split, The Approach, London, England
  • Ask the Dust, D’Amelio Terras, New York, NY.
  • Alpha Flight II, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY.
  • L.A., Lucas Schoormans Gallery, New York, NY.

2004

  • Tapestry From An Asteroid, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
  • lumpen decadents (the lack of money is the root of all evil), curated by Gean Moreno, Ingalls and Associates, Miami, FL.

2003

  • Inaugural Exhibition, Golinko Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Post It, Floating Ip Gallery, Manchester, England
  • Ishtar, Curated by Bruce Hainley, Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN.
  • The Distance Between My Apartment And The Beach, Curated by Nizan Shaked, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA.

2002

  • Grey Gardens, Curated by Bruce Hainley, Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

2001

  • Boomerang: Collectors Curate, Curated by Kenneth L. Freed, Exit Art, New York, NY.
  • Selections, Bolsky Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Weak Architecture, Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Mink Jazz, Curated by Bruce Hainley, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA.

2000

  • Democracy, Bradbury Building, Los Angeles, CA.

Selected Bibliography[edit]

2011

  • Johnson, Ken, “Art in Review: Patrick Hill, Clumsy Angels,” New York Times, January 28, 2011

2010

  • 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

2009

  • 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, META-magazine.com, Issue 2, August
  • Schad, Ed, “Patrick Hill,” ArtReview, May, p. 119
  • Dault, Julia, “Patrick Hill,” artforum.com, www.artforum.com, March
  • Donohue, Marlena, “Patrick Hill,” Artscene, March
  • Miles, Christopher, Danerous Geometry, LA Weekly, February 18
  • Snellman, Natascha, “Patrick Hill at David Kordansky Gallery,” Dossier.com, www.dossier.com, 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

2008

  • Taft, Catherine, “Base: Object,” Arforum.com, www.artforum.com, 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

2007

  • 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.

2006

  • 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.

2005

  • 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,” artforum.com, 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.
  • 2004
  • 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.

2003

  • Hainley, Bruce and Siobhan McDevitt. “Camel Riding Nude, Backwards,” Ishtar,
  • Minnesota: Midway Contemporary Art, 2003.

2002

  • 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.


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Goergen, Stacy, Whitney.org
  2. ^ Bortolami Gallery
  3. ^ DailyServing.com


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