2270 NW 23rd St.
Miami, Florida

Patrick Dean Hubbell

Patrick Dean Hubbell
Patrick Dean Hubbell (Dine’, b. 1986) received his BFA in 2010 from Arizona State University and his MFA in 2021 from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is originally from Navajo, New Mexico, located near the Northeast region of the Arizona, New Mexico border of the Navajo Nation. He is To’ahani'(Near to Water Clan), Born for Dibe’lizhini (Black Sheep), Maternal Grandfather is Kinyaa’aanii (Towering House People), Paternal Grandfather is Hona’ghaahnii (One Who Walks Around Clan).

Hubbell’s work has been exhibited at galleries, museums, and institutions nationally and internationally, including recent solo exhibitions at Nina Johnson Gallery, Miami, FL, Candice Madey, New York, New York, and Gerald Peters Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM. His work is in numerous public and private collections, including the Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO and the Pérez Art Museum, Miami, FL. He is the recipient of the Pollock-Krasner grant (2017), New Artist Society Award (SAIC, 2019) and The James Nelson Raymond Fellowship (SAIC, 2021). He currently lives and works on the Navajo Nation.