Christopher Hodges

"Christopher Hodges has been making sculpture in various forms throughout his career, at the same time producing paintings, prints and drawings. His sculptures do not preclude these other elements of his practice. In fact their forms are also enacted in countless renditions in pencil and paint, which span from sketches in notebooks to finished products in their own right. In such a way, his sculptures contemplate that interchange between surface and space, the flat and the three-dimensional, line and edge." (Chloe Watson, 2012)

Hodges has been exhibiting regularly since the late 1970's and his work is in many public, private and corporate collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria and Queensland Art Gallery.


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SLOT20March 26 2023

Christopher Hodges' light sculpture I m dreamin is featured in SLOT20, celebrating 20 years of the window gallery in Redfern.

At Delmar Gallery, Trinity Grammar, Summer Hill, Sydney. NSW

Artisans in the GardensOct 26 to Nov 6 2022

Christopher Hodges was invited to participate in 2022 Artisans in the Gardens, at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney

Salon des RefusesFrom May 14, 2022

Christopher Hodges has been selected for this year's Salon Des Refuses at the SH Ervin Gallery

Sculpture at SawmillersFebruary 19 - 27 2022

Christopher Hodges sculpture Courtesan has been selected for exhibition in this year's Sculpture at Sawmillers, by Sydney Harbour at McMahon's Point

New Acquisition at MaitlandFebruary 2022

Maitland Regional Art Gallery have recently installed a large sculpture by Christopher Hodges.  Chimera and Brave Apollo now stand outside the gallery's rear entrance.

Christopher Hodges in Artist Profile5 March 2021

An informative article about Christopher Hodges practice and current work is in the current issue of Artist Profile magazine.   Written by Tai Mitsuji, photography by Bryce Thomas

Sculpture in the VineyardsOctober 17 - November 1 2020

Christopher Hodges is a finalist in the Sculpture in the Vineyards, part of the Wollombi Sculpture Festival.


Christopher Hodges: The LineTo November 15, 2020

Drawn from the NERAM collection, this exhibition is of selected work by Christopher Hodges highlighting the strong linear forms found in his prints, sculptures and paintings

Im Dreamingto January 12 2019

Christopher Hodges has created a light sculpture installation for SLOT at 38 Botany Road Alexandria 

Kings School Art Prize September 21 - 23, 2018

Christopher Hodges and John R Walker are finalists invited to enter the Kings School Art Prize 2018.

Kings School, Parramatta, Sydney

Waterfall at QuayReopens July 2018

Christopher Hodges sculpture 'Waterfall' has been installed at the revamped Quay restaurant in Sydney. 

Western Sydney University Sculpture Award5 May - 3 June, 2018

Christopher Hodges is one of the finalists in the Western Sydney University Sculpture prize.  Installed in the grounds of the WSU Campbelltown Campus, his work Morning Star moves with the wind, its silver surfaces reflect the lake and parkland.


Into Abstraction IIIMarch 9 - May 10, 2018

George Ward Tjungurrayi and Christopher Hodges included in this survey exhibition drawn from the Macquarie University Collection. 


longrain tokyo4 August, 2017

Christopher Hodges light sculpture commissioned for the new Longrain Tokyo restaurant opening soon. 





Artist Profile - Australasian Painters 2007 - 20178 July - 10 September, 2017

Christopher Hodges and John R Walker at Orange Regional Gallery

Artist Profile magazine and Orange Regional Gallery have partnered to present a selection of paintings by over 140 artist who have been featured Artist Profile over the past 10 years.

Sculpture in the Valley5 - 7 May, 2017

Christopher Hodges works on display

In its second rendition, 'Sculpture in the Valley', displays works throughout the grounds of the property at Cedar Grove, Kangaroo Valley. 


Christopher Hodges: AGNSW acquistionNovember, 2016

Christopher Hodges new work on paper titled 'White Shift' has been acquired by the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW).

This is the first acquisition of Mr Hodges work made by the (AGNSW), an incredible accomplishment for any artist.

Objects in Space: Artists in the Garden6 August - 23 October, 2016

Christopher Hodges in 'Objects in Space: Artists in the Garden'

held at the Peacock Art Gallery and Auburn Botanic gardens, Auburn, curated by Glenn Barkley.

Newcastle Art GalleryMarch 2016

View Christipher Hodges sculpture, 'Prop, 2012' in now the Newcastle Art Gallery permanent collection. 

View article in ARTEMIS Vol.47. No#1

Christopher Hodges sculpture reviewedAugust 2015

In her article ‘The Lightness of Being', Jo Moulton examines a number of Christopher Hodges' recent sculptures.

To read, follow this link:

3 Amigos in TamworthJuly 2015

Christopher Hodges, Angus Nivison and John R Walker are '3 Amigos' - find their work at Weswal Gallery in Tamworth. For more information:

Christopher Hodges wins Kangaroo Valley Sculpture AwardMay 2015

Hodges' sculpture The Maid (pictured) was awarded first prize for Sculpture in the Valley, 2015. Congratulations Christopher!

'Balance' reviewed on ArtshubSeptember 2014

Gina Fairley rates 'Balance' 4/5 on ArtsHub. Thanks Gina!

To read her review, follow this link:

Christopher HodgesApril 2014

Christopher Hodges – brand new website!

Sculpture CityJanuary 2014

S. H. Ervin Gallery

Find work by Christopher Hodges in an exciting exhibition of 10 Sydney sculptors at the S. H. Ervin Gallery. The exhibition is open to the public today and runs until 2 March 2014.

In addition, a new work by Christopher Hodges will be installed at the Alternative Museum, 2 Danks St from Tuesday 28 January - for one week only!

Christopher Hodges: Maximum MinimusNov 2013

A mini sculpture by Christopher Hodges is included in Defiance Gallery’s 18th

Annual 6x6x6 Inch Miniature Sculpture Show.

Until 14 December 2013.

DOWNSTAIRS: Christopher HodgesJune 2013

‘Something from Nothing’ opens next Wednesday 26 June from 5 - 7pm at The Depot Gallery.

Click here to view the online catalogue

Save the date: Christopher Hodges at The Depot GalleryJune 2013

‘Something from Nothing’, an exhibition of Christopher Hodges sculpture will be popping up

at the Depot Gallery,

2 Danks Street from 25 June to 6 July, 2013.

christopher hodges easter 2005April 2013

Christopher Hodges - Artist ProfileMarch 2013

Grab a copy of the current Artist Profile (issue 22, 2013), to read Anne Sanders’ excellent interview with Christopher Hodges.

Christopher Hodges' University of Western Sydney commissionFebruary 2013

‘Curl Curl’ looks fabulous at the entrance to the University of Western Sydney’s Parramatta Campus.

It was installed last week.

Essay by Christopher Hodgesfebruary 2012

'Aboriginal Art: On the Margins No Longer', Meanjin: Volume 70, Number 4, Summer 2011.

Utopia Art Sydney is now on Facebook!

flower for a friend, a major public sculpture by Christopher HodgesNovember 2010

flower for a friend, a major public sculpture by Christopher Hodges, was unveiled on November 4 by the Governor of NSW, Professor Marie Bashir AC, CVO. Commissioned by the St Vincent's Campus Art Committee for the O'Brien forecourt at St Vincent's Hospital, this dynamic form enlivens its surroundings.

Christopher Hodges' Homage to a TreeOctober 2010

Located in the Rouse Hill town centre, Christopher Hodges' Homage to a Tree took as its inspiration the roots of a very old tree that was felled to make way for the development. The town centre has just been named as one of the five best new deveolpments in the world.

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Christopher Hodges' public sculpture 'the white flower'August 2009

Spring has arrived early in Hunter Park, opposite Balmoral Beach. Christopher Hodges' latest public sculpture 'the white flower' has just been installed.

It was first proposed by Mosman Art Trust and commissioned early last year. This specially prepared site, with its slight elevation, allows the sculpture to be enjoyed from all directions.

The simple organic form is a classic Hodges work. At 2.5 metres tall this painted steel sculpture sits happily in its new home.