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Richard Hull in Hyperallergic

By April 24, 2018May 30th, 2020No Comments
Richard Hull, Manneken Press, etching, Tuesday,

John Yau reviews Richard Hull’s current solo exhibition for Hyperallergic

In Richard Hull’s Hall of Mirrors, John Yao’s review of Richard Hull in Hyperallergic, Yau writes about Hull‘s “funny, weird, seductive, robust, mysterious, saucy, and nearly impossible to decipher” works now on view in Chicago at Western Exhibitions. The exhibition includes recent paintings and several sculptures, a new direction in Hull’s work. Also included in the exhibition are Hull’s recent etchings “Tuesday” (which was recently acquired by the WVU Art Museum) and “Wednesday”, published by Manneken Press in 2017.

Yau has previously written on Hull in Hyperallergic”:  Weekend Studio Visit: Richard Hull in East Village, Chicago.

Click here to view all of Richard Hull’s etchings and monotypes.

John Yao contributed his poem “26 letters for Judy Ledgerwood” to Ledgerwood’s portfolio “Chromatic Patterns After The Graham Foundation”, published by Manneken Press in 2014.

Pictured above: “Wednesday”, 2017. Etching and aquatint, edition of 15. 31″ x 42 1/2″.

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