Bill Hutson

FOLDED:  a kind of repositioning of source material vis-à-vis itself, a swapover situation, one thing taking on the position of where the ehr one was, to create a new kind of syntax where chronological time no longer rules the roost.

Chris Newman

Bill Hutson, Havana Series no. 5, 2012
Bill Hutson, Havana Series no. 5, 2012
Mixed media, coffee grounds with matt varnish and acrylic on handmade paper 51 x 41,5 cm

Bill Hutson

During the past thirty years, the visual artist Bill Hutson has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries internationally and throughout the U.S. Hutson’s paintings are in numerous public and private collections including the National Museum of Arts, Havana Cuba, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, The George Visat Collection, Paris, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York City, The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, and Boysmans-Van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam, Holland. For a full CV see Bill Hutson’s official page.