Kendall Hill (b.1996) is an American poet and visual artist based in Chicago IL , focused on creating works that further the inclusion and conversations of Black / African American Artists in the public sphere. Hill is the inaugural Filter Photo Fellow, working with the photo gallery on public programming. He has been featured in many prominent Chicago and International exhibitions, collections, and publications. 

Selected Exhibitions 

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) - Champaign , April 2018

New Directions - Congruent Space Chicago, Aug. 2017

Selected Bibliography

In the Waiting Room: Kendall Hill on Silke Otto-Knapp

Kamp,Justin.“Narrativizing the Past”, Off-Kilter Magazine, vol.004.


Ryan,Zoe.“Kendall Hill Wants To Challenge The Norm”,Caldera Magazine,July 2019.

Kendall Hill lives in a ‘Dog Eats Dog’ world

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