Never Wilting Flower Project

by kathryn hillier and
rebecca veit

 

Paris

 

Brooklyn

 

LMCC workspace residency


03210 MAGAZINE

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CULTURE + TRAVEL MAGAZINE

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Never Wilting Flower Project was formed in Paris during the autumn of 2006 by Kathryn Hillier and Rebecca Veit, as a photographic collaboration concerned with still life scenarios that transform and embellish quotidian collections of organic refuse into curious sculptural installations. Their collaborative work has been exhibited at BRIC Rotunda Gallery in Brooklyn, Taylor de Cadorba Gallery in Los Angeles and Gallery 10G in Manhattan. In 2009–2010 they were artists-in-residence at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace program and Visiting Artists at New York University’s Steinhardt School. Their work has been featured in Culture + Travel, 02138, and Orange Life magazines.