Kendall Hill (b.1996) is a photographer and fine artist living and working in Chicago, IL. Kendall's works focuses on youth, intimacy, and the moments between the present and the next. As a documentary photographer, Hill is vigilant and patient. In his portraiture, he is electric and candid. He has been featured in many prominent Chicago & International exhibitions, collections, publications, and residencies.
Hill is the current Programs Coordinator for the Chicago Public Schools Department of Arts Education unit. In charge of programming and facilitating large-scale art events for all CPS students in the network. He is also an active member of Chicago's fine art community, showing his work often throughout the city.
At this time, Kendall is accepting commissions and large-scale work inquiries. Please contact him by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested.
NUBES Art Fest - Heaven Gallery Chicago, June 2022
90th Exhibition of Visual Artist Members - The Arts Club of Chicago, February 2022
The Other Art Fair Global : Virtual Editions, March 2021
Artists Run Chicago 2.0 - Hyde Park Arts Center, Aug. 2020
Four Flags Belgium - Netwerk Aalst, Kunsthal, Be-Part, AAIR, CC Strombek, KIOSK, La Loge, CIAP, July 2020
Four Flags Chicago - Chicago Manual Style, July 2020
Re: Working Labor - SAIC Sullivan Gallery, Sept. 2019
BFA Showcase - Krannert Art Museum, May 2019
Dog Eats Dog (Solo show) - Champaign, April 2018
New Directions - Congruent Space Chicago, Aug. 2017
In the Waiting Room: Kendall Hill on Silke Otto-Knapp
Kamp,Justin.“Narrativizing the Past”, Off-Kilter Magazine, vol.004.
RE:WORKING LABOR W/ JOHN PREUS
Ryan,Zoe.“Kendall Hill Wants To Challenge The Norm”,Caldera Magazine,July 2019.