Join Justine Hill and art historian and catalog essay writer, Dana Rodriguez as they discuss Hill’s current exhibition “Touch.”
Wednesday, October 14th, 6-7pm EDT
Justine Hill is based in Brooklyn, New York. Hill received her MFA from the University of Pennsylvania and her BA from the College of the Holy Cross. Hill’s most recent solo exhibitions were Touch at Denny Dimin Gallery and Pull at MAKI Gallery in Tokyo (2020). Hill’s other recent exhibitions include Fanfare at Fordham University’s Ildiko Butler Gallery (2020), Bookends at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver (2019) and Backdrops at Art-in-Buildings in New York (2019). Her work has been reviewed or featured in Art in America, Artnet News, Hyperallergic, New York Magazine, and The Art Newspaper.
Dana Rodriguez is a recent graduate from the Modern and Contemporary Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies program at Columbia University. Previously, she received a BA in Art History and a BS in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As an emerging curator and writer, she has worked at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, North Carolina Museum of Art, Ackland Art Museum, and with various art advisory firms.