Steve Hash

Steve Hash was born in Santa Barbara, CA and raised in De Soto National Forest in southern Mississippi. After receiving his BFA from The University of Southern Mississippi in 2005, Hash moved to New York City where he worked as a creative director for a major record label. Hash currently lives and works as an artist in Los Angeles, CA.

Since his 2018 debut at Los Angeles’s HILDE Gallery, which received a “Critic’s Pick” review in ArtForum, Hash has exhibited at L.A. Louver, Desert Center | Los Angeles, Bombay Beach Biennale, Marfa Invitational, the Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles and ArtMiami (2018), where he received “Director’s Choice” for his Mother no. I and Child no. I sculptures.


 
 
 
The Pity (Plank), 2019. Concrete, cotton toweling, wood. 63 x 63 x 36".

The Pity (Plank), 2019.
Concrete, cotton toweling, wood.
63 x 63 x 36".

Three towels on floor, 2019.  Concrete, cotton toweling. 56 x 23 x 20". | 47 x 6 x 10". | 37 x 15 x 23".

Three towels on floor, 2019.
Concrete, cotton toweling.
56 x 23 x 20". | 47 x 6 x 10". | 37 x 15 x 23".

Child III (television), 2019.
Concrete, cotton toweling.
35 x 37 x 32 | 46 x 43 x 28".

Clothesline IV, 2019.
Concrete, cotton, wire.
78 x 24 x 3".

Father Figure no. I, 2019.  Concrete, cotton toweling. 72 x 49 x 32".

Father Figure no. I, 2019.
Concrete, cotton toweling.
72 x 49 x 32".

Nature Totem (twenty-three), 2019.
Concrete.
75 x 2 x 2".

Nature Totem (eighteen), 2019.
Concrete.
73 x 3 x 3".

Nurture Totem (six) 1/19 - 4/19, 2019.
Concrete.
60 x 6 x 6".

 

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