Outlaw Ink: Hück and Hogarth
Outlaw Ink: Hück and Hogarth consists of everything from “hillbillies doing bad stuff” in Middle America to the urban dystopia of 18th century England as depicted through prints by American printmaker Tom Hück accompanied by one of his major influences, 18th century English printmaker William Hogarth. Hück has also been chosen as the spring 2020 Myers residency artist. In addition to exhibiting his work, he will spend a week in February with students and during that time will produce a new print edition.
Relevant research areas: North America, Western Europe, 18th Century, 19th Century, Contemporary, Relief printing