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Patrick Hughes: Online Catalogue

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

The Patrick Hughes: Hues of Hughes (Selected Works 1999 - 2014) catalogue is now online. View it here.

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Patrick Hughes: Master Op-Art Illusionist Featured

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Kelsey Klassen for the WestEnder: As you stand in the lobby of the Rosewood Hotel Georgia one particular painting appears to move – its Venetian canals simultaneously advancing and retreating as your body shifts around to make sense of it. And no matter how many times you figure it out – see the three-dimensional magic at work – it still happens.

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Patrick Hughes - Moving Space - April 5 to September 7, 2014

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Panorama Mesdag Museum: The summer exhibition in the Panorama Mesdag Museum shows an overview of the work of the British artist Patrick Hughes (Birmingham, 1939). Optical illusion is central to the paintings and 3-dimensional multiples of Hughes; the works seem to move with the eye of the beholder! Hughes is generally considered to be a Surrealist artist. Patrick Hughes - Moving Space - April 5 to September 7, 2014

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Patrick Hughes: Use Your Illusion

Saturday, March 1, 2014

ARTNews: British artist Patrick Hughes speaks and draws and paints and builts in contradictions. In fact, he makes them make sense.

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A matter of perspective

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Lucy Hyslop for The Vancouver Sun: Stare at a Patrick Hughes piece of art, and it will have you working the room.

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Patrick Hughes: New Perspective

Friday, July 1, 2011

Financial Times: It is fitting, given surrealism's fascination with psychoanalysis, that the British surrealist Patrick Hughes found inspiration for his best-known paintings in a memory that could double as a Freudian case history.

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Patrick Hughes Portraits

Thursday, October 21, 2010

English TV personality Derren Brown visited Patrick Hughes at his London studio to examine Hughes' famed reverspective painting technique. In this video, Hughes creates a reverspective portrait of Brown before our very eyes. Watch the video.

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