Richard Phillips (American painter)

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Richard Phillips
Born1962
NationalityAmerican
Known forphoto-realistic painting
Playboy Marfa sculpture (2014)

Richard Phillips (born 1962) is an American artist. He was born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, and lives in New York City.[1] In the 1990s he worked at the Guggenheim Museum as an art handler. He paints in a photo-realistic or hyper-realistic style.

Phillips created a Sasha Grey short film for the Gagosian Gallery in 2011 and a Sasha Grey portrait for the Frieze Art Fair in 2013.[2][3] In 2013 he collaborated with Playboy magazine to create a roadside installation near Marfa, Texas: he mounted a black-painted 70s car on an inclined concrete plinth beside a large symbol from the magazine. The installation was later removed. Phillips's first exhibition in a museum was at Dallas Contemporary in 2014.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Phillips, Richard, 1962-. Library of Congress Name Authority File. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress. Accessed March 2018.
  2. ^ Sarah Douglas (7 June 2011). "Richard Phillips Shakes Things Up Again—With Help From Lindsay Lohan and Sasha Grey". The New York Observer. Retrieved 4 March 2019.
  3. ^ Trevelyan Clay (December 2013). "Trev goes to Frieze London and Chelsea in New York. Enjoys it, but still …". stamm.com.au. Retrieved 3 February 2019.
  4. ^ Michael Slenske (31 March 2014). Richard Phillips at the Dallas Contemporary Museum. Architectural Digest. Accessed March 2018.