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William T. Hillman

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Advent 1, 2008 Unique Ilfochrome Print 48 X 60 Inches
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Giverny 3, 1998 Glossy Cibachrome Print 40 X 40 Inches © William T. Hillman
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Giverny 7, 1998 Glossy Cibachrome Print 40 X 40 Inches © William T. Hillman
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Giverny 2, 1998 Glossy Cibachrome Print 40 X 40 Inches © William T. Hillman
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Giverny 21, 1998 Glossy Cibachrome Print 20 X 20 Inches © William T. Hillman
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Giverny 13, 1998 Glossy Cibachrome Print 20 X 20 Inches © William T. Hillman
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Little Epiphany 16, 2006 Photogram 29 X 23 3/8 Inches © William T. Hillman
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Little Epiphany 18, 2006 Photogram 29 X 23 3/8 Inches © William T. Hillman
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Little Epiphany 19, 2006 Photogram 23 3/8 X 29 Inches © William T. Hillman
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Little Epiphany 6, 2006 Photogram 23 3/8 X 29 Inches © William T. Hillman
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Prince, 2003 Photogram 77 X 47 Inches © William T. Hillman
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Private Epiphany 10, 2005 Photogram 47 X 36 1/2 Inches © William T. Hillman
Rhythmicity
Rhythmicity, 2003 Photogram 77 X 94 Inches © William T. Hillman
Alchemy
Alchemy, 2003 Photogram 94 X 77 Inches © William T. Hillman
Quick Facts
Birthplace
USA
Birth year
1954
Lives in
New York, NY
Works in
New York, NY
Tags
photogram, photography, abstract, conceptual
Statement

Trained as a painter and academic, William T. Hillman studied landscape painting at the Lacoste School of the arts in France and portraiture and anatomy at the Art Students League in New York City.  He received his MA and an MBA from Princeton and Columbia Universities.  He has experimented throughout his career, moving from painting to montage to computer-digitized photographic images.  Recent exhibitions include Art Hamptons with McNeil Art Group in New York, TINA B. – The Prague Contemporary Art Festival – Forms of Engagement and Chelsea Meets Havana at the 10th Havana Biennial in Havana, Cuba.

Working through a series of evolving projects, Hillman explores the complex connections between subject matter and style, as well as a wide range of landscape, abstract, and figurative photography in an approach to experimental investigation and expression that is designed to foreground individual creativity and imagination.

Hillman’s work is included in the collections of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Hillman lives and works in New York City.