Bryan Hunt

Artist Statement
drive slow, stay safe, enjoy the day

Bryan Hunt
Amphora – 82′
Cast bronze
63 x 30 x 25 inches

Bryan Hunt
Step Falls – 77′
cast bronze
108 x 14 x 10 inches

Bryan Hunt
Black Venus – 2011
M-2 composite, stainless steel, graphite & wood
108 x 42 x 45 inches

Bryan Hunt (b. 1947 in Terre Haute, IN) developed an early interest in architecture and space exploration having worked as a technical assistant at the Kennedy Space Center. In 1968, Hunt moved to Los Angeles and studied at the Otis Art Institute where he received his B.F.A. in 1971. Early exhibitions include The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, The Clocktower, New York (1974), “Young American Artists” at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (1978), “made by sculptors” at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (1978), “Decade in Review” at the Whitney Museum of American Art (1979), and “Visionary Images” Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago (1979) Venice Biennale-1980, 3-Whitney Museum Biennials and  2011- ‘Waterfalls on Park Ave’ 10 sculptures installed on Park Ave. NY.   His work is included in museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, The Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas,Texas. In 2006 Hunt was commissioned by the City of New York to create a permanent sculpture at Coenties Slip Park in Lower Manhattan, he also has sculpture commissions in Tokyo, Barcelona and Long Beach Ca. among others.

Bryan Hunt’s solo exhibition at Arts Center at Duck Creek in East Hampton opens July 11.