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Patrick Earl Hammie
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  • Chicago, IL
  • United States
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Patrick Earl Hammie joined Gilles Mansillon's group


Vue de l’atelier Brancusi, reconstitué par Renzo Piano, 1997 © Adagp, Paris 2007
Oct 27, 2011
Patrick Earl Hammie joined artreview.com's group

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Oct 27, 2011
Patrick Earl Hammie joined Marc Johns's group


Contemporary drawing. For people who draw, or enjoy drawing.Don't be shy - join us!See More
Oct 27, 2011
Patrick Earl Hammie joined John Collier's group

Figurative Art

For those interested in figurative art, particularly the human form. Modern portraiture. If you spend your off-time poring over the work of Freud, Saville, Fischl, Currin, Close, Yuskavage, Akkerman, etc., then lets talk.See More
Oct 27, 2011
Patrick Earl Hammie joined Shaun Belcher's group

Art and Politics

what it says on the tin...
Oct 27, 2011
Patrick Earl Hammie posted a status
"The NUDE 3 at Manifest gets reviewed, read up! http://ning.it/qe7RBm"
Sep 6, 2011
Patrick Earl Hammie and Stefan Annerel are now friends
Oct 30, 2010

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College / University
University of Connecticut
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If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Drawing, Painting
About my artwork
Patrick Earl Hammie (b. 1981, New Haven, Connecticut) is a painter best known for his monumental portraits that adopt body language and narrative to reinvent and remix ideal beauty and heroic nudity. Hammie characterizes his work as “an effort to reconcile inner duality, transcend typical masculine ideals and yield to new realities that require constant compromise and change.” His current work explores the tension between power and vulnerability and examines how male artists have historically represented themselves and the nude. Coming of age in a generation that is post-Civil Rights and post-Second Wave Feminism, he has situate himself in the discourse of contemporary art that questions constructions of identity, gender politics and (mis)conceptions of race.

Since 2007 Hammie has been featured in several solo and group exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad. Hammie maintains an active schedule of exhibitions, public lectures and speaking engagements at colleges and museums nationwide. He currently serves as assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and lives and works in Champaign and Chicago, IL.

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