Justine Hill (b.1985) is based in New York City. Recent solo exhibitions include Omphalos at DIMIN in New York City (2023), Alternates at MAKI Gallery in Tokyo (2022), and Touch at Denny Dimin Gallery in New York (2020) reviewed in The New York Times. In 2022, Hill completed a large scale commission for the College of the Holy Cross's new Cantor Window on view through July 2023 (Watch a 3-minute video about the project). Hill’s other recent exhibitions include Surface Level at DIMIN (2023), Fringe at Denny Dimin Gallery (2021), Wild Frontiers at The Pit LA (2021), Fanfare at Fordham University’s Ildiko Butler Gallery (2020), Bookends at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver (2019), and Backdrops at Art-in-Buildings in New York (2019). Hill has also collaborated on a ballet duet titled Shapeshifters with choreographer Michelle Thompson Ulerich as part of Counterpointe7 organized by Norte Maar in Brooklyn (2019). Her work has been reviewed or featured in The New York Times, Art in America, Hyperallergic, New York Magazine, among others. She received her MFA from the University of Pennsylvania and her BA from the College of the Holy Cross.