Jeanne Hilary is a photographer, filmmaker and new media artist.
Following studies in photography, painting and filmmaking at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum School of Fine Arts, Boston, she moved to Paris.
Her work has been exhibited and collected by both private and public institutions: Le Musée Carnavalet, le Centre Pompidou, le Palais de Tokyo, la Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; Lilit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, The Museum of Fine Arts, Calcutta, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida, the Museum for Contemporary Photography, Chicago, The Leslie/Lohman Museum for Gay and Lesbian Art, New York, and among others.
La Plume et le Zinc, a monograph, was published by les Editions Hazan in 1998. She has received numerous grants and residencies, among these: The American Center, Paris; the Fondation Regional Pour l’Art Contemporain, Ile de France; the Ministére des Affaires Etrangéres, France; the Palm Beach County Cultural Council; the Ministére de la Culture, France.
full bio and exhibition history: jeannehilary.com
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