Eye to Eye: Alex Hubbard
Moving fluidly between mediums, frequently within a single work, Alex Hubbard (b.1976, Toledo, OR) employs found objects, studio detritus, and construction materials, as well as techniques such as stenciling and screenprinting, to manipulate and disrupt the surface of his paintings. Hubbard’s video works evolve from performative actions in the studio, and play an integral role in the artist’s ongoing investigations into the construction and reception of images. Hubbard is a former studio assistant of Christopher Wool.
In this gallery program, Hubbard discusses the works on view in Christopher Wool and shares his perspectives on the creative process. A reception with a cash bar follows the tour (Guggenheim Members receive complimentary drinks).
This event is now sold out. Standby numbers are available on a first-come, first-served basis beginning 30 minutes before the event. Each person is given one number (good for one ticket), and may hold a number for one other person. After ticket-holders have been checked in, numbers will be called in order and standby tickets will be sold as space allows. Please contact 212 423 3587 for more information.