Hugh Scott-Douglas

Based in: Toronto, Canada

A Place In The Sun, on view at Clifton Benevento in New York in early 2012, showcased an exquisite series of cyanotypes on linen by Hugh Scott-Douglas. A month before, the Canadian artist had his debut US West Coast solo at Jessica Silverman Gallery in San Francisco, where he augmented his cyanotype work with a series of large-scale linen laser-cuts. In addition to a solo project with Berlin gallery Croy Nielsen at LISTE 17 in Basel, Scott-Douglas participated in group shows at Croy Nielsen, Wallspace Gallery in New York, Brand New Gallery in Milan, Luce Gallery in Turin, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto, deCordoba Sculpture Park and Museum in Boston, Cul De Sac in London and Plug In ICA in Winnipeg. Recently released by Mousse Publishing: Hugh Scott-Douglas: Cyanotypes, an 80 page collection of works created by the artist in the eponymous medium. In 2013, Scott-Douglas will follow up The Cabinet of Dr. Calighiri, his highly anticipated debut solo at Blum and Poe in Los Angeles in January, with a group exhibition at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum in East Lansing, Michigan and a solo booth with Jessica Silverman at Art Statements during Art | 44 | Basel.


Above: Hugh Scott-Douglas, A Place In The Sun, Installation View, 2012, Clifton Benevento, New York