Home Artists Mark Hilltout

Kooness

Mark Hilltout


United Kingdom

36 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Cape Town, South Africa

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Works by Mark Hilltout

Sedgefield

2019

90 x 120 x 3cm

4200,00 €

Seapoint Bench: Study 7

2017

74 x 74cm

1900,00 €

Red 14

2018

72 x 122cm

Red & Cream Weaving

2018

104 x 66cm

2100,00 €

Red Star

2019

72 x 90cm

2250,00 €

Johannesburg Skyline

2018

220 x 100cm

3900,00 €

In the Mix

2017

110 x 114cm

Grey 18

2018

72 x 122cm

1750,00 €

Found Landscape

2018

240 x 80cm

2400,00 €

Fences: Study D22

2018

74 x 74cm

2100,00 €

Fences: Study D11

2018

65 x 50cm

1750,00 €

Fences: Study B7

2018

71 x 71cm

1900,00 €

Fences: Study D19

2017

70 x 70cm

1900,00 €

Fences Study 16

2017

120 x 114cm

Fences: Study D10

2017

60 x 53cm

1750,00 €

Cooling Towers Study 3

2018

94 x 60cm

1900,00 €

Coca-Cola Study 2

2017

73 x 138cm

2900,00 €

Cream 04

2018

72 x 122cm

1750,00 €

Brown 31

2018

72 x 122cm

1750,00 €

Black 19

2018

72 x 122cm

Black Square

2017

120 x 120cm

4500,00 €

Unknown: Komasi, Ghana

2016

115 x 115 x 5cm

Line Study 7

2017

134 x 86 x 5cm

Fences: Study 21

2018

71 x 67 x 5cm

Yellow Line

2017

185 x 95 x 5cm

5200,00 €

Fences: Study 24

2018

70 x 73 x 5cm

2600,00 €

Landscape(s)

2018

67 x 124 x 4cm

3400,00 €

Landscape in Orange, Study 2

2017

102 x 102 x 4cm

3900,00 €

Landscape in Orange, Study 1

2018

102 x 102 x 4cm

3900,00 €

Fences: Study 6

2018

85 x 85 x 4cm

3400,00 €

Fences: Study 5

2017

80 x 80 x 4cm

3400,00 €

Red Landscape

2017

71 x 71 x 4cm

2100,00 €

Mark Hilltout has always been drawn to the random, the discarded and the broken. Car dumps fascinate him - he is attracted to the broken edge, not the perfectly straight line. For the past 12 years he has been looking intently at  something that most of us try to ignore. Corrugated iron. To the conventional eye, this is a poor man’s shelter to be used only in the absence of alternatives, a reminder of global inequality. Yet almost 2 centuries after its invention, it remains indispensable. To Mark, it is all of that but it is also endlessly complex and gloriously tarnished; something that time alone can create and no artist can hope to better. Burnt by the sun, flayed by wind and rain, each sheet is the result of thousands of happy and unhappy accidents - the perfect, imperfect material.