Robert Hodge

Robert Hodge is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice explores themes of memory and commemoration. Born in Houston, Texas and raised in the City’s Third Ward district, the artist studied visual art at the Pratt Institute in New York and the Atlanta College of Art before returning to Houston. Hodge has exhibited his work in numerous national and international institutions. The artist has also received grants from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, Houston Arts Alliance and The Idea Fund. Hodge currently lives and works in Houston. Hodge’s current projects include an album he executive produced called “Two and 1⁄2 years: A Musical Celebration to the Spirit of Juneteenth” and his traveling installation called “The Beauty Box.”

Love Supreme, 2019. mixed media on reclaimed paper, enamel, hemp thread, acrylic. 14 ½ x 23 inches.
Too Legit Too Quit, 2019. mixed media on reclaimed paper, enamel, hemp thread, acrylic. 60 x 54 inches.
Sugar, Tobacco, Cotton & Gold, 2019. mixed media on reclaimed paper, enamel, hemp thread, acrylic. 22 x 18 inches.
Stereo, 2019. mixed media on reclaimed paper, enamel, hemp thread, acrylic. 24 x 32 inches.
Promise You Will Sing About Me, 2019. mixed media and found objects on canvas (combine). 85 x 76 x 12 inches.
The Sweeter the Juice, 2019. mixed media on reclaimed paper, enamel, hemp thread, acrylic. 24 x 18 inches.
Umi Says, 2019. mixed media on reclaimed paper, enamel, hemp thread, acrylic. 24 x 18 inches.
They Thought They Could Bury Us But They Didn't Know We Were the Seeds, 2019. mixed media on reclaimed paper, enamel, hemp thread, acrylic. 57 x 83 inches.