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Charles Christopher Hill

Upon arriving in Los Angeles in the late 1960s for college, Charles Christopher Hill discovered and became part of an artistic community loosely defined as the “West Coast School.” Among his mentors were the noted American master and Guggenheim Fellowship recipient Ed Moses, who taught Hill at UC Irvine in the 1970s and has been a “big fan” of his work ever since. Hill has been exhibited extensively in museum shows throughout California and across the world, including the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.

Charles amongst his works.
My work builds on visual clues left by previous cultures; I like physical anthropology.
Charles Christopher Hill

Charles working in his Venice studio.

Charles' work is included in collections including The Hammer Museum, LACMA, MoCA, the Guggenheim Museum, and MoMA.

Paintings drying in the studio.

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