Kyle Hughes-Odgers is an Australian artist.
His work focuses on colour, spatial balance and movement - contrasted by complex narratives that combine ideas of nature, the built environment, human behaviour and abstraction.
In the past 14 years he has held exhibitions and worked on public art projects across Australia and internationally.
He has had solo exhibitions in Perth, Melbourne, Berlin, Amsterdam, Madrid, Los Angeles and Vienna. His work is held in numerous private and public collections worldwide.
In addition to his exhibition works, Kyle has worked on public art projects internationally and has created large scale murals in New York City, Washington DC, Los Angeles, London, Sheffield, Singapore, Madrid, Berlin, Cambodia, Iceland and Australia.
2018 – I Can’t Predict the Future. (installation) Adhoc Gallery Vienna, Austria.
2017 – Colour and Movement. (installation) Geraldton Regional Art Gallery.
2017 – Silence. Turner Galleries Perth, Australia.
2015 – A Survival Guide. Swinton gallery Madrid, Spain.
2015 – Glitch. (installation) Okazi gallery Berlin, Germany.
2015 – Satellite. Turner Galleries Perth, Australia.
2014 – All The Wrong Places. CAVE Gallery Los Angeles, USA.
2013 – Repetitive Sequences. Walls Gallery Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
2013 – A Thousand Lights from a Hundred Skies.Turner Galleries Perth, Australia.
2012 – If We Can’t Control the Boat, Let’s Control the Ocean. Okazi gallery Berlin, Germany
2010 – You Just Have Your Eyes Closed. Turner Galleries Perth, Australia.
2009 – Wood and Nails. Distracted Gallery Perth, Australia
2009 – So Many Broken Umbrellas. Gorker Gallery Melbourne, Australia
Selected Public Art
2018 – Mt Kubbi. 10m x 2.5m Site specific exterior. Isafjordur, Iceland
2018 – Ascend. 40m x 6m Site specific exterior. Madrid, Spain
2018 – Yagan Square Digital Tower. 4 x animations in collaboration with Peacock Visuals. Perth, CBD
2018 - Balance. 12m x 4m Site specific exterior, Newtown, Sydney
2018 – Effloresce. 20m x 2m Site specific exterior. Karratha Health Campus, WA
2018 – Growing Up. 35m x 6m Site specific exterior. Kalgoorlie, WA
2017 – Lalla Rookah. 2.5m x 8m Site specific exterior. Perth, CBD
2017 – Public Art Silo Trail. 4 x 35m silos (12 storeys each) Site specific exterior. Merredin, WA
2017 – Perfect Match. 15m width x 5m. Site specific exterior. Newtown, Sydney
2017 – Recycling Centre. Glass tile (3m x 5m) and painted artwork 60m x 12.5m. South Guildford
2017 – Bottle yard. 3m x 6m Site specific exterior. Northbridge, WA
2017 – 570 William Street. 3D sculptural cutouts. 2 storey. Site specific exterior. Perth, Australia
2016 – Caloundra Regional gallery. 7m x 14m. Site specific exterior. Caloundra, Queensland
2016 – Schiavello showroom. Site specific interior ceiling. Perth, CBD
2015 – Beaux Lane. 2m x 15m. Site specific exterior. Mt Lawley, WA
2015 – Glass tile Mosaic. 3m x 12m. Site specific exterior DMG architects. Highgate, WA
2015 – BREC Bunbury 3 Storey. Site specific exterior. Bunbury, WA
2014 – Perth International Airport. Artwork, 3D and LED light installations. 6m x 80m in total width. Perth, WA
2014 – Nst Mural Project. 2 sides of 4 storey building . Site specific exterior. Washington DC. USA
2014 – The Giants View. 20m x 20m. Site specific exterior. Perth, WA
2013 – 1006 Hay St. 6m x 40m stainless steel screen, Site specific exterior DMG architects. Perth, CBD
2013 – Great Hall.Site specific interior CADS. Sheffield, England
2013 – Jamie’s Italian. Jamie Oliver restaurant. Site specific interior. Perth, CBD
2013 – City Reliquary Museum. Site specific exterior. Williamsburg, Brooklyn
2012 – Gugeri Street Claremont. Site specific exterior approx 10m in height. Claremont, WA
2010 – Murdoch University ECL Courtyard. Site specific exterior 45m x 2.5m Murdoch Art Collection, WA
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