Richard Phillips (American painter)
|Known for||photo-realistic painting|
Richard Phillips (born 1962) is an American artist. He was born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, and lives in New York City. 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. 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.
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- 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.
- 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.
- Michael Slenske (31 March 2014). Richard Phillips at the Dallas Contemporary Museum. Architectural Digest. Accessed March 2018.
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