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A neutral colored box frame with a background that has painted cherries on it and a brick colored plunger head mounted in the center
Plunger/Cherries, 2001-2017
Terra-cotta, acrylic paint on fabric
14 15/16 x 13 3/8 x 4 5/16 inches
©Robert Gober; Courtesy of the artist and Matthew Marks Gallery
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The Hill Art Foundation is a public exhibition and education space that presents rotating exhibitions and ongoing arts education programs. Opened in 2019 in a custom-built 7,700 square-foot space in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, the Foundation is free and open to the public. Exhibitions include works on loan from the Hill Collection, as well as collaborative projects with leading artists, collections, and institutions. The Foundation was founded by J. Tomilson and Janine Hill, collectors and philanthropists based in New York.
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“Andy Hall: You opened the Hill Art Foundation a year ago. Has it changed the direction of your collecting?
Tom Hill: After doing the Christopher Wool show—which he curated—I saw his work in a different light. As a result, I pursued additional pieces, and we now have the largest collection of his works. But the show also gave me more perspective. The same thing happened with the Charles Ray show, for which Charles juxtaposed his work with Renaissance and baroque bronzes of both pagan and Christian themes. I literally bought another religious bronze because of it.”

Andy Hall in conversation with Tom Hill , Blau International, Summer 2020
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