Robert Hudson is a sculptor who makes complex, witty sculptures. Using geometric shapes of welded steel which are painted in brilliant colors and patterns, Hudson explores questions of form and illusion.
In his first print “White of the Eye” made in 1986, Hudson harks back to his monochromatic work of the 1970s. Complicated patterns and flattened forms in an ambiguous space create a satisfying and challenging lithograph.
Robert Hudson has shown his work widely and is in the collections of The Chicago Art Institute, Museum of Fine Art, Boston, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art , The Whitney Museum of American Art and numerous others.
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