Paul Hosking
Nothing is ever exactly as it seems. In an age where the truth is often distorted, Paul Hosking’s work carries a renewed relevance. The British artist starts with mirrors, then adds paint, and the work is complete once the viewer sees a distorted world reflected back at them. In this way Hosking follows in the tradition of artists such as Donald Judd and Mark Rothko, where an imperative part of the artwork is the interaction with the viewer.