Jim Hodges (born October 16, 1957) is a New York-based installation artist. He is known for his mixed-media sculptures and collages that involve delicate artificial flowers, mirrors, chains as spiderwebs, and cut-up jeans. Originally influenced by the woods of his hometown of Spokane, nature plays a reoccurring role throughout his works. Hodges had been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions in the United States and Europe and his work had been included in various group exhibitions, including the 2004 Whitney Biennial, Dallas Museum of Art, Walker in Minneapolis, and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. Hodges is currently a senior critic in the Sculpture Department at the Yale University School of Art.