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The Ascent of Icarus

For a limited time only, The Ascent of Icarus, the newest work by artist Philip Hitchcock, at the artist's studio located at 2304 Cherokee Street in St. Louis, MO. Icarus will be on view starting Saturday, October 20, 2012, at 7PM. After that, the sculpture may be viewed by appointment from noon to 4PM, Thursday through Sunday. It will eventually ship to Seattle, Washington, where it will be the namesake centerpiece for Seattle's newest nightspot. Several other pieces of Hitchcock's work will also be on view. Copies of Dark Impressions, The Art of Philip Hitchcock., will also be on hand. See how this statue was made.

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DARK IMPRESSIONS

Sculpture and Photography by Philip Hitchcock

ON VIEW:
January 19 - February 23, 2013

PHD Gallery showcases the work of gallery owner and artist Philip Hitchcock. Challenging and alluring, the life-size male erotic figures of Philip Hitchcock merge fantasy and reality to create powerful sculptural forms, evoking themes of heroism and human frailty. Focusing on mythology from different cultures, Hitchcock creates contemporary representations of historical icons whose grandeur is humanized by their corporeal sensuality. The hyper-realistic forms, which are created from multiple castings of live models, are layered and embellished with accoutrements. Of this body of work Dr. William H. Gerdts an American art historian and Professor Emeritus of Art History at the CUNY Graduate Center writes: "Hitchcock's sculpture is really powerful stuff. His technical aesthetic is very much his own innovation. He is able to manipulate his castings through tremendously...


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phd gallery in St. Louis opened its doors on Cherokee Street April 21, 2007, becoming the latest addition to the white-hot arts district forming on the city's south side. Boasting three adjoining storefronts in a GREEN building (in both design and color), phd features 12 foot ceilings, clean white walls, north facing windows, and a combined exhibition space of nearly 2000 square feet.

Reflecting the passion and artistic vision of artist Philip Hitchcock, phd is a fresh, new, alternative art space that advances challenging works by ground-breaking artists.

ALIVE Magazine boasts, "The newly opened gallery in the up-and-coming Cherokee art district continues its track record of presenting stellar work from local, regional, and international artists..."

Following up on its successes, phd plans solo and group exhibitions for its 2012-2013 calendar.

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Saint Louis University Museum of Art (SLUMA) to host

Resilience: The Sculpture of Philip Hitchcock

Exhibit to feature Christ Embracing the Cross,
a new statue by artist Philip Hitchcock

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January 4, 2008
- Saint Louis University Museum of Art (SLUMA) will host Resilience: The Sculpture of Philip Hitchcock. The exhibition opens January 4, 2008 and continues through February 15, 2008 with a public reception for the artist Friday, January 11, between 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

On view will be fifteen pieces of Hitchcock's work including the centerpiece of the exhibit, Christ Embracing the Cross, a lifesize statue of Christ commissioned by University President Lawrence H. Biondi, S.J. on behalf of Saint Louis University Museum of Art.

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