CLINTON HILL: An Artist’s Vision
Material, Process, Form and Color
The Clinton Hill Allen Tran Foundation is committed to the artistic vision of artist Clinton Hill. The Foundation seeks to promote Hill’s work through exhibitions and placement of the work in museums and other important collections. The Foundation further awards grants to museums doing exhibitions that further the artistic vision of Clinton Hill and Allen Tran.
To date, the Foundation has awarded grants to the Whitney museum for both the Jay DeFeo Exhibition and the Carmen Herrera Exhibiton. The Foundation has further awarded grants to the Rubin Museum of Art for the show, Grain of Emptiness, Buddhism Inspired Contemporary Art, the John Altoon Retrospective at LACMA, the Eric Fischl Exhibiton at the San Jose Museum among many others. The most recent grant was to the Palm Springs Museum for the exhibition Pat Lasch, Journeys of the Heart, scheduled to open this spring.
Since his death, Clinton Hill’s work has been the focus of exhibitions at the Meredith Ward Gallery in New York City, the Pavel Zoubok Gallery in New York City, Melissa Morgan Gallery in Palm Desert, and The Jordan Schnitzer Museum in Oregon. The Georgia Museum of Art is planning a future exhibition.
Hill’s work is in the collections of numerous museums worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum the Whitney Museum and Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the National Museum of Art in Australia, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Albright Knox in Buffalo, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Arkansas, and the Palm Springs Art Museum.
Presented by the Clinton Hill Foundation, Rancho Mirage, CA