Sheila Hicks

Sheila Hicks was born in Hastings, Nebraska and received her BFA and MFA degrees from Yale University. Upon completing her studies at Yale Hicks received a Fulbright scholarship in 1957 to paint in Chile. While in South America she developed her interest in working with fibers. After founding workshops in Mexico, Chile, and South Africa, and working in Morocco and India, she now divides her time between her Paris studio and New York. 
Hicks has been widely exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions. A major retrospective Sheila Hicks: 50 Years debuted at the Addison Gallery of American Art and traveled to the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia and the Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC. Hicks‘ work is also included in such collections as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, both in New York City; Museum of Fine Arts Boston; The Art Institute of Chicago; Museo de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile; and the Museums of Modern Art, Tokyo and Kyoto. One-person exhibitions include those at the Seoul Art Center, Korea; Israel Museum, Jerusalem; and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

Sheila Hicks
March 6 - April 5, 2014
Sheila Hicks
April 20 - June 2, 2012
Sheila Hicks
Sheila Hicks: Weaving as Metaphor
Texts by Nina Strizler-Levine, Arthur C. Danto, and Joan Simon Hardcover, 416 pages Published by Yale University Press in association with the
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Sheila Hicks: 50 Years
Texts by Joan Simon, Susan C. Faxon, and Whitney Chadwick Hardcover, 256 pages Published by the Yale University Press in association with the
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The Treaty of Chromatic Zones

Art Basel 2015 | Unlimited
Presented by: Galerie Frank Elbaz, Paris (Booth J12) Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York (Booth R11)   Galerie Frank Elbaz, Paris, and Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, are pleased to present The Treaty of Chromatic Zones, a monumental bas-relief wall installation by Sheila Hicks at the Unlimited Sector of Art Basel 2015. Working at the intersection of modern Abstraction, color theory, and constructions with pliable materials, Sheila Hicks views her work as a process that results in multi-layered interactions with the architecture it inhabits. read more