for immediate release:
Announcing Brontide, an exhibition of new paintings by Hannah Hill on view at the 8th annual Governor’s Island Art Fair.
In this series, Hill presents paintings that probe the nature of memory through splinters of personal mythology. New York City non-profit group 4Heads, who organizes the fair, says “[Hill’s] work, haunting of domestic life and ties, is preoccupied with memory, things that may or may not have happened – skirting violence and the anonymous, somewhere between loneliness and consolation.”
This September come explore the abandoned military barracks of Colonel’s Row on Governor’s Island. One hundred rooms feature painting, photography, sculpture, installation, video and sound art by artists from around the globe. New York’s largest independent exhibition is organized by the not-for-profit group 4Heads.
For more information on the fair or to reserve a place at the press preview (10am, 9/2/15) contact firstname.lastname@example.org