Edward Hillel

New York, États-Unis

Biography

Edward Hillel is a photographer whose work comprises video, prints, drawings, objects and installations. He studied political science and philosophy and spent several years working as a community organizer before establishing his art practice. Growing up in Montreal, he lived in Paris and moved to Harlem in 2003 where he is currently the founder and director of the Harlem Biennale. He has received the German Critics Visual Arts Prize (Berlin), The Golden Sheaf Film Award (Canada), the Prix Alain de Rothschild (France) and the Spiro Institute Award (UK).
His work is exhibited and published internationally.

Curator : Joyce Yahouda

THE ARTWORK

The coal hill / Le terril

EXHIBITION’S VENUE

Palais des congrès de Montréal

Activities in which the artist participated

The coal