Born Peter David Hughes, Patrick Hughes (British, b. 1939) is famous for his reverse perspective works, known as reverspective paintings. Addressing the history of art and the nature of perception with wit and imagination, his three-dimensional works represent the paradox of illusory space. Those objects which appear closest are, in fact, the furthest away, challenging the viewer’s understanding of vision. Hughes’ work can be found within the collections of the Tate and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
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