Keiran Brennan Hinton
PAFA is pleased to welcome artist Keiran Brennan Hinton to campus for the Spring 2020 Visiting Artists Program series.
PAFA's Visiting Artists Program is a student-run program that brings a roster of local, national and international artists to campus for lectures, critiques, and workshops. The program exposes students and the public to a range of artistic approaches and fosters discussion about contemporary art and ideas.
Keiran Brennan Hinton was born in Toronto, Canada. He graduated from Pratt Institute in 2014 with a BFA in Painting and completed his MFA in Painting / Printmaking at the Yale School of Art in 2016. Solo exhibitions have most recently included, Una Finestra sul Cortile / Rear Window at Francesco Pantaleone Gallery in Palermo, Close at Hand at 1969 Gallery in New York, Matter of Fact, at Mulherin Toronto. Group exhibitions have included Gestures of Comfort at Antoine Ertaskiran, I <3 Paint at Patel, Onsite Katonah at the Katonah Museum of Art. The artist has attended the James Castle House Residency in Boise, ID, the Macedonia Institute in Chatham NY and has been awarded the Gloucester Painting Prize and Residency, Yale International Student Scholarship, Outstanding Merit in Painting from Pratt Institute and a Presidential Scholarship from Pratt Institute. The artist currently lives and works in the Bronx, NY and is represented by 1969 Gallery.