Contemporary Art Specialist

Fabien Fryns Fine Art

Henry Hudson


henry hudson artistHenry Hudson is a half British half American artist who resides and works in London. He is best known for his creation of textured paintings.

Hudson’s most noted exhibition to date was The Rise and Fall of Young Sen – The Contemporary Artist’s Progress, which was shown at the Sotheby's Art Gallery in London during May 2015.

The exhibition contained ten large scale Plasticine paintings, depicting a contemporary version of William Hogarth’s A Rake's Progress. According to the New York Times, all ten paintings were sold prior to the show opening.


2002-2005 BA Honours, Central Saint Martins, London, UK
2001-2002 Foundation, Chelsea College of Art, London, UK

Curriculum Vitae

Solo Exhibitions
2016 – Sun City Tanning, Sotheby’s S|2 gallery, New York, Sun City Tanning, Carl Kostyal, London
2015 - The Rise and Fall of Young Sen – The Contemporary Artist’s Progress, Sotheby’s S|2 gallery
2014 - Pellegrino, T J Boulting, London
2012 - Hominidae, TJ Boulting, London
2011 “The Rakes Progress”, Sir John Soane Museum, London
“Between a rock and a hard place”, F2 gallery, Beijing
“The Rakes Progress”, Roach road, Olympic site, London
2010 “Crapula”, 20 Hoxton Square Projects, London
2009 “Knappin”, Trolley Gallery, London
2008 “A Prayer for the Procrastinator”, Cosa, London
2007 “Dewlap”, Hiscox Collection, London
2006 “Animals Farming”, Ada Gallery, London

Group Exhibitions
2011 “InVisible”, Edel Assanti, London
2010 “Shoebox”, Haunch of Venison, London
“Wonderland: New Work from London”, curated by James Putnam, Assab One, Milan
“Peeping Tom”, curated by Keith Coventry, Vegas Gallery, London
2009 “The Embassy”, 20 Hoxton Square Projects, London
2008 “Don’t Stop Me Now”, Trolley Gallery, London
“Group Show”, 20 Hoxton Square Projects, London
2007 “Happy Christ-mass”, Empire Gallery, London
“The Beautiful and the Damned’, Hiscox Art Projects, London

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