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Christopher Wool and the Hill Collection
About the Foundation
The Hill Art Foundation is a public exhibition and education space located in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, which showcases works from the Hill Collection in addition to works from leading artists, collections, and institutions. The space will offer educational programming for the public as well as for New York City high school students.
The Hill Collection focuses on in-depth collecting within four main categories: Renaissance and Baroque bronzes, Old Master paintings, Modern Masters, and Contemporary artists. Works from the Hill Collection have been loaned to prominent museums worldwide, including the 2014 exhibition Renaissance and Baroque Bronzes from the Hill Collection at The Frick Collection which featured Renaissance and Baroque bronzes and a selection of Post-War works from the collection.
News + Press
- NYTimes: What to See in New York Art Galleries Right Now
- Financial Times: Art collector J Tomilson Hill: ‘It’s about what I like’
- Gagosian Quarterly: In Conversation
- Sotheby's: Unveiling J Tomilson Hill's Innovative New Cultural Centre in Chelsea
- Christies: J. Tomilson Hill: Warrior, dealmaker, collector
- Artnews: Wool Gathering: Janine and J. Tomilson Hill’s Dreams for Their Exemplary Collection Overlooking the High Line
- NYTimes: A Billionaire Is Opening a Private Art Museum in Manhattan