Since the late 1980s, Jim Hodges has created a broad range of work exploring themes of fragility, temporality, love and death utilizing a highly original and poetic vocabulary. His works frequently deploy different materials and techniques, from ready-made objects to more traditional media, such as graphite, ink, gold leaf and mirrored elements. Charting both the overlooked and obvious touchstones of life with equal attention and poignancy, Hodges’ conceptual practice is as broad and expansive as the range of human experiences he captures.
Hodges has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions at venues across the United States and Europe including the Centre Pompidou, Paris; Camden Art Centre, London; the Aspen Art Museum; CGAC, Santiago de Compostela, Spain; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. He is the recipient of several prestigious awards including the Association Internationale des Critiques d’art in 2006, the Albert Ucross Prize in 2001, and The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award in 1995.
Hodges (b. 1957, Spokane, WA) currently lives and works in Spokane, WA and holds a studio in NYC. Hodges is represented by Gladstone Gallery (New York).
Edition of 28 | Intaglio (aquatint, drypoint, sugar lift and spit bite); screen print; digital pigment print with chine collé; hand-cut and folded with a hand-cut, folded and assembled holographic foil element. | image: 34" x 24" | Sheet: 43" x 33" | $14,500
Edition of 28 | Seventy-nine color print employing lithographic, relief, screen and pigment printing with hand cutting, collage and metallic foil. | 43 x 33 | 43 x 33 | $16,000
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Edition of 28 | Intaglio, chine collé, & screenprinting | image: 34" x 24" | paper: 41" x 30 1/2"
Edition of 28 | Intaglio, screenprinting, woodcut collé and pigment printed Gampi sheet with cut outs | Image: 34" x 24" | paper: 41" x 30"