Kelly Hill is currently pursuing a Master’s degree at Sotheby’s Institute of Art here in New York. She graduated from Vanderbilt University in May of 2011, majoring in History of Art and Anthropology, with a minor in World Politics. She is originally from Cincinnati, OH, and has always had an appreciation for art since a young age, with her mom being an artist herself.
Posts written by Kelly Hill
Gallerist Perry Rubenstein unveils his new space in LA with an exhibition by late photographer and provocateur Helmut Newton.
Manifesta 9, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, opens June 2 in Genk, Belgium and runs through September 30th. Beginning in the early 1990s, the biennial was created to bring Europe back together through art after the end of the Cold War. This year’s curatorial theme is The Deep of the Modern, inspired by the area’s history as a major coal mining region.
Famous actor and shameless dilettante James Franco has made short work of his art career since his first solo show only two years ago at Clocktower Gallery. His latest project at LA MOCA is based on Nicholas Ray’s classic 1955 film Rebel Without A Cause.
The Steins Collect at the Metropolitan Museum of Art demonstrates how Gertrude, Leo, Michael, and Sarah Stein promoted and supported some of the greatest artists of their time, including Matisse and Picasso.
In his Israel series, Wiley brings together the contemporary—the young men who pose for the portraits—and the traditional—the ceremonial papercuts that are the source for the backgrounds—to create a dynamic new form that empowers and enlivens both.
In 1977 Doris C. Freedman merged public art programs City Walls and the Public Arts Council to form Public Art Fund, which has produced more then five hundred projects all over New York City, bringing work by artists such as Roy Lichtenstein, Anish Kapoor, Sol Lewitt, and Sarah Sze to the public. This summer Public Art Fund is presenting three new projects in Manhattan and Brooklyn with the first going up May 24th at City Hall Park.
Kenny Scharf’s newest show, Hodgepodge at Honor Fraser Gallery in Los Angeles, incorporates everything from a fluorescent Cosmic Cavern installation to The New and Improved Ultima Suprema Deluxa, a modified Cadillac covered in paintings.