Stephen Friedman Gallery

Jim Hodges

(American, born 1957)

scratched sky/horizontal iii by jim hodges

Jim Hodges

Scratched Sky/Horizontal III, 2012

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sometimes up there by jim hodges

Jim Hodges

sometimes up there, 2013

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Biography

Timeline

1957
Born in Spokane, WA
1980
BFA, Fort Wright College, Spokane, WA
1986
MFA, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
1992
Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, NEA; Paintings and Works on paper Regional Fellowshi-
1994
Penny McCall Foundation Grant
1995
The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation
1999
Washington State Arts Commission
2000
California College of Arts and Crafts, Capp Street Project Artist-in-Residence
2001
Albert Ucross Prize
2006
AICA, Association Internationale des Critiques d’art

Exhibitions

2015
A Secret Affair: Selections from the Fuhrman Family Collection, The FLAG Art Foundation, New York, NY
2014
Jim Hodges, Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA (solo)
With Liberty and Justice for All (A Work in Progress), Aspen Art Museum, CO (solo)Room by Room: Monographic Presentations from the Faulconer and Rachofsky Collections, The Warehouse, Dallas, TX
Pace Gems: Selections from the Linda Pace Foundation’s Permanent Collection, SPACE Gallery, San Antonio, TX
Great Escapes, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX
2013
Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Take, Retrospective, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX; touring to Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
Para-Real, 601 Artspace, New York, NY
Personal, Political, Mysterious, The FLAG Art Foundation, New York, NY
Fruits of Captiva, Rauschenberg Project Space, New York, NY
Nur Skulptur!, Kunsthalle Mannheim, Manhheim
Over, Under, Next: Experiments in Mixed Media, 1913-Present, Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Converge, Deutsche Bank, New York, NY
Drawing Line into Form: Works on Paper by Sculptors from the Collection of BNY Mellon, Tacoma Art Museum, Washington, D.C.
More Love: Art, Politics, and Sharing since the 1990s, Ackland Art Museum, North Carolina
2012
Jim Hodges: Drawings, Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, CO (solo)
Shapeshift with Sarah Braman, Iran do Espirito Santo, Jim Hodges and Erin Shirreff, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
San Antonio Collects: Contemporary, San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX
2011
Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
All that Glisters, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
One, Another, FLAG Art Foundation, New York, NY
Collecting for the Future: The Safeco Gift and New Acquisitions, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA
Contemporary Collection, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
I Am Still Alive: Politics and Everyday Life in Contemporary Drawing, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Making a Mark: Drawings from the Contemporary Collection, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
Compass: Drawings of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection, Berliner Festspiele, Berlin, Germany
2010
Jim Hodges: Love, Etc., Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, Italy (solo)
Jim Hodges: Love, Etc., Camden Arts Centre, London, UK (solo)
Jim Hodges: New Work, Dieu Donné, New York, NY (solo)
Gladstone Gallery, Brussels, Belgium (solo)
Grass Grows By Itself, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY
The Jewel Thief, The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
2009
Collection: MOCA’s First Thirty Years, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
A Tribute to Ron Warren, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, NY
Floating a Boulder: Works by Felix Gonzales-Torrez and Jim Hodges, Flag Art Foundation, New York
Wall Rockets: Contemporary Artists and Ed Ruscha, The Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY
Centre Pompidou, Paris, France touring to the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin Ireland and Camden Art Centre, London, UK (solo)
Jim Hodges: you will see these things, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO (solo)
2008
Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA (solo)
CRG Gallery, NY (solo)
Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK (solo)
New Prints 2008/Spring, International Print Center, NY
New Prints 2008/Spring, New York School of Interior Design Gallery, NY
2007
Ensemble, curated by Christian Marclay, ICA, University of Pennsylvania, Philidelphia, PA
Sparkle Then Fade, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA
New Prints 2007, IPCNY, New york, NY
PURE, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, NY
Like color in pictures, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO
I Remember Heaven: Jim Hodges and Andy Warhol, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
2006
Out of Line: Drawings from the Collection of Sherry and Joel Mallin, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
SHINY, Wexner Center for the arts, Columbus, OH
The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama, UCLA Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, CA
GAY ART NOW, Curated by Jack Pierson, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY
The Last Time They Met, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London
The Fluidity of Time: Selections from the MCA Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Artpeace at the Schoolhouse: For Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, MA

Literature

2007
Hackett, Regina, Solo artists' works come together in harmony in Tacoma Art Museum exhibit, Seattle Post Intelligencer, June 8, 2007
Bonetti, David, I Remember Heaven: Jim Hodges and Andy Warhol, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, February 2, 2007
2006
Knight, Christopher, “Adventurers enticed by the landscape”, Reviews, Los Angeles Times, February 28, 2006
Spears, Dorothy, "Evidence of a Life Lived", Art on Paper, Jan. 2006
2005
Art Now, Volume 2, Edited by Uta Grosenick, Taschen GmbH, 2005
Morris, Bob, "On Jim Hodges", Converge 2, Miami Art Museum, 2005
Carrier, David, "Jim Hodges: Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland", Artforum, April issue, p. 192-193
Molesworth, Helen, Landscape Confection: Wexner Center for the Arts and The Ohio State University, p.34-37
2004
Zaza, Tony. “No More Super-Sizing: Sizing the Biennial,” New York Arts, Vol. 9, No. 5/6, May- June 2004, p. 17.
Smith, Roberta. “At Shows Painted With Sound, Be Prepared to See With Your Ears,” The New York Times, May 21, p. E29.