Kathia St. Hilaire

Kathia St. Hilaire (b. 1995, West Palm Beach, FL) is a multidisciplinary artist using found materials from beauty products to industrial metals and fabrics, with printmaking and textile techniques to investigate Haitian history and its influences on diasporic cultures as seen in South Florida. The artist received her MFA from the Yale School of Art (New Haven, CT) in 2020 and her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Art and Design in 2017. The artist has a forthcoming solo exhibition at Galerie Perrotin (Paris, FR) and her show Immaterial Beings at the NSU Art Museum (Fort Lauderdale, FL) is on view from November 20, 2022 through April 23, 2023. The artist has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions including The Pilgrimage of the Soul organized by Fringe Projects (Miami, FL); Regarde-moi at Galerie Perrotin (Paris, FR); WITNESS: Afro Perspectives from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection, El Espacio (Miami, FL); Resting Point of Accommodation at Almine Rech (Brussels, BE); and Celestial Transits at Derek Eller Gallery (New York, NY). The artist’s work has been featured in Artnet, L’Officiel, Surface Magazine and Wallpaper, among others.