Crossing Bridges | Hugo G Urrutia | Photography

Crossing Bridges | Hugo G Urrutia | Photography

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Artist: Hugo G Urrutia

Title: Crossing Bridges

Size: 122h x 81w x 5d cm (48h x 31.9w x 2d in)

Media: Custom print on birch wood. Limited edition of 15 only.

Frame: Mounted on Board. Ready to hang on your wall as is.

Limited Edition: Edition of 15 only.

Working primarily in recycled substrates and materials, Hugo G. Urrutia created 'Crossing Bridges' by unifying image and form along with celebrating world capitals, in their current, and ongoing series, Wooden Postcards. The photographic artwork created in this style is a visual interpretation of an urban landscape, full of nostalgia, decay and charm, from New York City, London, Paris, and other cities around the globe, as places of inner experience as well as urban sprawl. Like a web slowly forming, these special hubs of the world act as melting pots, cradling vast amounts of cultures and ideas; living organisms that become cultural icons themselves.

Hugo G. Urrutia is a multidisciplinary artist-designer, interested in the cross-pollination between art and architecture. His artwork challenges the notion of what constitutes a piece of art. A graduate and active member of the Architectural Association in the United Kingdom, Urrutia’s work creates a distinct spatiality located at the interstice of art and architecture. His work explores and uses technology for design and fabrication, with a sensitive and conscious reminder of the creativity of human endeavor.

Urrutia graduated from the Architectural Association in 2013, earning a Master of Architecture in the Design & Make programme. In 2000, he graduated from Texas Tech University, with a Bachelor of Architecture and Design and received the 2000 Outstanding Thesis Award. In 2004, he founded Decorazon Gallery in Dallas’ Bishop Arts District where he curated and exhibited numerous art exhibitions for national and international artists. His personal artwork has been exhibited worldwide.