Greg A. Hill (artist)

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Greg A. Hill is a Canadian-born First Nations artist and curator.[1]


His work as a multidisciplinary artist focuses primarily on installation, performance and digital imaging and explores issues of his Mohawk and French-Canadian identity through the prism of colonialism, nationalism and concepts of place and community.[2]

He has been exhibiting his work since 1989, with solo exhibitions and performance works across Canada as well as group exhibitions in North America and abroad.[3] His work can be found in the collections of the Canada Council, the Indian Art Centre, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, the Canadian Native Arts Foundation (now Indspire), the Woodland Cultural Center, the City of Ottawa, the Ottawa Art Gallery and the International Museum of Electrography.


  1. ^ "The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Receives the 2007 York Wilson Endowment Award". Canada News Centre. Retrieved 6 February 2011.
  2. ^ "Greg Hill Official Website".
  3. ^ "Museum and Gallery Listings". The New York Times. 28 December 2007. Retrieved 6 February 2011.

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