Born in 1947 in Toronto, Hillel Kagan has been a professional artist since graduation from Central Technical School Art Institute in 1967. He began showing works in 1975 and has been a full time painter since 1985. He has had shows, both solo and group in private and public galleries. Hillel is currently self represented and if you're interested in more information please feel free to contact him directly.
1964-67- Attended Central Technical School ,Toronto, Art Studies Program.
1968- Travelled abroad, Europe and Israel.
1969-83- Worked in graphics industry and maintained painting studio.
1984- Full time painter.
2007- Art Process 2007, Trapani, Italy Group Show
2007- CCCA Benefit Show- Subway Painting
2005- Subway Series, Nikola Rukaj Gallery, Toronto solo exhibit
2004- Fundamentally Heads, Nicola Rukaj Gallery, Toronto solo exhibit
2003- Paintings, Nicola Rukaj Gallery , Toronto group show
2002- Gallery One, Toronto group show
2001- Paintings, Gallery One, Toronto group show
2000- "Not So Still Lives", Peterson Fine Arts
1998- "8", Rodman Hall Arts Centre, St. Catharines group show
1998- Hillel Kagan. The Subway Paintings, D&E Lake Ltd.,Toronto solo exhibit
1995- "8", Justina Barnicke Gallery, Hart House, University of Toronto, group show
1994- Hillel Kagan, Starkman Fine Arts, Toronto solo exhibit
1994-"8", Lambton & Cultural Services, Sarnia group show
1993- Still Struggling, Starkman Fine Arts, Toront solo exhibit
1991- Albert J. Latner Jewish Library, Toronto Three man Show
1989- Inaugural Exhibition, Andrew Davies Gallery, Toronto group show
1988- Hillel Kagan Paintings, Weller-Potovsky Gallery, Toronto solo exhibit
1988- Bill C-54, Weller-Potovsky Gallery, Toronto, group show
1987- The Anxious Moment, Weller-Potovsky Gallery, Toronto, solo exhibit
1984- The Elmwood Club Gallery, Toronto
1977- Three painters, Gallery One, Toronto
1976- Paintings, Gallery 567, Toronto, group show.
1975- Drawings, Gallery 567, Toronto, group show.
Various mentions in local and regional newspapers.
A full length colour spread in a Art Focus.
An interview on the C.B.C.Various regional
and public gallery catalogues.
(Article Winter Edition, Montreal Serai)
(Galleries/Agents) Self represented.