Richard Höglund (b.1982, New York) was educated at Northeastern University, University Karlova in Prague, The School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Höglund’s unique practice explores the fundamental artistic methods of drawing and painting to create distinctive works that investigate the significance of these traditional media.
Richard Höglund uses language and mark making as a starting point, turning linear form into melodic abstract compositions through the use of particular materials such as microscopic shells collected on the banks of the Mississippi River, marble dust, pulverised bone, lead, tin, copper, silver and gold. The works reflect tone, timbre, time, mood, depth, colour, prescience and history.
Höglund was awarded the Prix Jeune Création, Paris, France (2006) and has participated in several residency programs including Villa Ruffieux, Sierre, Switzerland (2013), Cannonball, Miami, USA (2012) and Villa Bernasconi, Geneva, Switzerland (2010).
In 2013, Höglund was selected by Tacita Dean to participate in her workshop at the Fundación Botín in Santander.
2021, Vine Pictures, Ronchini, London
2019, SYMPOSIUM: RICHARD HÖGLUND, The Bonnier Gallery, Miami, USA
2019, Twelve Joyful Hours, Ronchini, London
2018, Ibant Obscuri, Kvalitář, Prague, Czech Republic
2017, Untitled Art Fair, Ronchini Gallery, Miami, USA
TWO x TWO Auction, The Rachofsky House, Dallas, USA
2017, The Armory Show, Ronchini, New York
2016, Desert Octave, Custot Gallery, Dubai
2016, Primary Colours, Ronchini, London
2015, Skaftfell, Seyðisfjörður, Iceland
2015, Hashtag Abstract, Ronchini, London
2012, Tête, Berlin, Germany
2010, Mamco, Geneva, Switzerland