May 25, 2023

Paul Hill founded his New York City-based art gallery at the age of 22, making him the youngest gallerist in the city. But his gallery, Strada, has now grown into an ecosystem for young emerging artists, running also as an online marketplace and a leading source for art news. Hill has partnered with companies Nike, Spotify, and Meta and musicians such as Doja Cat and Teezo Touchdown. Strada has shown artists who have gone on to exhibit their work at galleries such as David Zwirner, Pace, and Jeffrey Deitch, with some artists’ works being acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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