May 26, 2023

Influenced by growing up in Caribbean and African American neighborhoods in South Florida, Kathia St. Hilaire is a painter and printmaker. Her work draws inspiration from her strong connection to the Haitian community, and she incorporates materials that are significant to her culture. St. Hilaire has exhibited her art across the country and has two solo shows coming up: One at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky and Perrotin in New York City.

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