Timothy Hutchings

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Timothy Hutchings (born 1974) is an American visual artist living and working in New York City. He uses a diverse range of media, ranging from video to sculpture to drawing. Hutchings has exhibited work internationally, notably at P.S.1/MOMA and the New Museum in New York City, Western Bridge in Seattle, the Centro de Arte de Salamanca and Museo de Arte Contemporane in Spain, and the Borusan Cultural Center in Istanbul. He also constructed the World's Largest Wargame Table for Real Art Ways in Hartford, Connecticut.


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