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Meet Hugh: Hugh Hayden in Mousse Magazine

28 January 2020

Hugh Hayden deploys natural materials such as feathers and wood in sculptures that seemingly camouflage themselves. Often they appear to be something that they are in fact not, and in this subtle yet profound way they grapple with issues of race, class, and identity. And there is a clear link between the work Hayden makes and his own personality. When you meet the artist, his charisma is immediately striking, perhaps partly thanks to his Texas accent. He has a knack for linking people together effortlessly, to make any social situation feel easy.

Click here to read the full article by Adam Carr on Mousse Magazine.

Image: Hugh Hayden, America, 2018
Meet Hugh: Hugh Hayden in Mousse Magazine
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