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Des Hughes EXHIBITED AT THE SAATCHI GALLERY

Endless Endless
Des Hughes
Endless Endless

2010

Polyester resin, iron powder, fibreglass, plastic, wood

235 x 167 x 75 cm (including plinth)






Other artists in
NEWSPEAK: BRITISH ART NOW

Caroline Achaintre    Tasha Amini    Hurvin Anderson    Maurizio Anzeri    Jonathan Baldock    Anna Barriball    Steve Bishop    Karla Black    Lynette Yiadom Boakye    Pablo Bronstein    Alan Brooks    Peter Linde Busk    Carla Busuttil    Nicholas Byrne    Gareth Cadwallader    Juliana Cerqueira Leite    Spartacus Chetwynd    Steven Claydon    Clarisse d'Arcimoles    William Daniels    Matthew Darbyshire    Graham Durward    Tim Ellis    Tom Ellis    Richard Evans    Tessa Farmer    Marcus Foster    Robert Fry    Ximena Garrido-Lecca    Jaime Gili    Nick Goss    Luke Gottelier    Kate Groobey    Anthea Hamilton    Anne Hardy    Gabriel Hartley    Nicholas Hatfull    Iain Hetherington    Alexander Hoda    Sigrid Holmwood    Systems House    James Howard    Graham Hudson    Dean Hughes    Des Hughes    Mustafa Hulusi    Paul Johnson    Edward Kay    Idris Khan    Scott King    Ansel Krut     littlewhitehead    Alastair MacKinven    Goshka Macuga    Ryan Mosley    Rupert Norfolk    Arif Ozakca    Mark Pearson    Dan Perfect    Peter Peri    Olivia Plender    Henrijs Preiss    Ged Quinn    Clunie Reid    Barry Reigate    Luke Rudolf    Maaike Schoorel    Daniel Silver    David Brian Smith    Renee So    Fergal Stapleton    Clare Stephenson    Caragh Thuring    Phoebe Unwin    Donald Urquhart    Jonathan Wateridge    John Wynne    Toby Ziegler

Des Hughes's BIOGRAPHY

Des Hughes

Born in Birmingham, UK in 1970
Lives and works in Herefordshire, UK


SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2010
Endless Endless ‘Frame’ solo presentation, Frieze Art Fair
Small Collections, Nottingham Contemporary

2008
Des Hughes and Richard Hughes, Michael Benevento, Los Angeles

2007
Ancient & Modern, London

2005
Boneless, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

2004
The Screaming Abdabs, The Showroom, London

2002
Unconvincing Sausages, Kate MacGarry, London

1999
Being Boring, Virgin Megastore, London

1998
Wishing on a star, Tablet Gallery, London

1997
I wouldn’t normally do this kind of thing, Habitat, King’s Rd, London
We hate it when our friends become successful, Southampton City Art Gallery


GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2011
Dystopia - CAPC - Musée d'art contemporain, Bordeaux
Sometimes I wish I could just disappear - David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen

2010
Never The Same River (Possible Futures, Probable Pasts), Camden Arts Centre, London, curated by Simon Starling
BigMinis, Fetishes of Crisis, cur Alexi Vaillant, CAPC centre d’art contemporarin de Bordeaux
Bart Wells Boutique, London, cur. Luke Gottelier & Francis Upritchard
Undone: making and un-making in Contemporary Sculpture, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Rive Gauche, Rive Droite, various venues, cur. Marc Jancou, Paris
The Nature of Things, Two Jonnys Projects, London

2009
Beating the Bounds, Art Now, Tate Britain
Fallen Out of Space, Jan Mol Collection, London
Continuity, Gimpel Fils, London
Friends & Family, Anton Kern Gallery, New York

2008
Weißes Lächeln, Croy Neilson, London

2007Strange Events Permit Themselves the Luxury of Occurring, Camden Arts Centre, London (curated by Steven Claydon)
Strange Weight, Martos Gallery, New York

2006
Among the Ash Heaps and Millionaires, Ancient & Modern, London

2005
Still Life With, Kate MacGarry, London
Art Out of Place, Castle Museum, Norwich
The Wonderful Fund Collection, Le Musée de Marrekech

2004
Wider Than The Sky, Commercial Street, London
Mementoes & Other Curiosities, Farmiloes, London
Death of Romance, Ganton Street, London
Bart Wells Institute, Hamish McKay, Wellington, New Zealand

2003
The Unhomely, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
18%, Geoffrey Charles Gallery, London
Twilight, Gimpel Fils, London