Jason Hughes is an artist and curator based in Baltimore, MD since 1996. He received his BFA in sculpture from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2004 and attended the acclaimed AICAD New York Studio Program during the fall of 2003. Hughes has exhibited his work both nationally and internationally since 2005.

His artwork has been featured in New American Paintings Issue #75 and the May 2008 issue of Art in America. Most recently his work was selected to participate in an exhibition curated by Mera Rubell at Marianne Boskey Gallery and was included in the exhibition Washington Color Abstraction at the Gabarron Foundation Carriage House Center for the Arts curated by Donald Kuspit. His recent project, Artistic Futures Savings Bond, was featured in the New York Times Education-Life section.

In addition to his studio practice, Hughes was a founding member of two prominent artists’ run live/work/exhibition spaces in Baltimore, The Library Project (2008-09) and Gallery Four (1996-2008). In 2008, The Library Project was recognized as one of the “Top Ten Reasons for Artists to Live in Baltimore” and in 2002, Gallery Four was recognized as “The Best Proof of Contemporary Art Life in Baltimore” by the Baltimore City Paper.

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