Hugo Hutchins (he/him) lives and works in London. He graduated from BA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins in 2019. Recent exhibitions include: 'Proxy' at Cromwell Place (2021); ‘Onedirectionfuturism’ at The Kube Gallery (2021); ‘Behind The Glass’ at Central Saint Martins Museum & Study Collection (2021); ‘The South Bermondsey Art Trail’ at Sid Motion Gallery (2020); 'In The Withdrawing Room, Online Event’ (2020); ‘RCA WiP Show’, Royal College of Art (2020); ‘The Great Oxygenation Event’, Residency and Exhibition at Standpoint Gallery (2020); ‘Club Tropicana’, Dadapost, Berlin (2019); Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, (2017, 2018, 2019). With fellow Central Saint Martins alumni Maria Mahfooz, Hutchins co-curated and featured in ‘BABEL’, Willesden Galley, London (2019).
Hugo Hutchins has recently published his debut book ‘Onedirectionfuturism’. It navigates themes of whiteness, heteronormativity, queerness and masculinity via a projection into a dystopian future where the boyband One Direction rule the world. The content of the book shifts between academic theory, fan fictions, illustrative images and personal self-reflections from the Author.