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Kimberly Gremillion was born in Chicago and resides in Houston. In the Explorations issue, Aperture magazine named her “one of nine photographers to watch.” Gremillion’s twenty-six city Circus book tour included the International Center of Photography and Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York, Stephen Cohen Gallery in Los Angeles, Gerald Peters Gallery in Santa Fe/Dallas, The Ralls Collection in Washington D.C., and other museums and galleries throughout the country.
Gremillion has photographed many prestigious dance troupes including Mark Morris, Alvin Ailey, Elizabeth Streb and Pilobolus.
Paper City magazine in Houston and Dallas is featuring fifty of Gremillion’s photographs in PC Acquire, Whom to Collect starting July 2011. September 2011, The United Nations, UNESCO building was the next venue for her work. Gremillion was named one of the thirty best artists in Houston and was invited to exhibit in Paris. The exhibition was entitled, Go West I, and was the first bilateral art exhibit between France and Texas. At the same, time her photographs were shown in Dorothy’s Gallery, Paris. Her next book, Dance, will be released in the upcoming year.
Gremillion is represented in eighteen museum collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.
“Kimberly expresses the inexpressible in a split second. The feeling never leaves, the feeling that we know all, and yet nothing. These images are to be felt more than seen. We are shown a part of our soul, the place that haunts and terrorizes us. Through these images we are challenged to deal with our darker side.”
- Graham Nash
Nash Editions, Los Angeles
FINE ART DEALER PROFILE
Gremillion co-founded Gremillion & Co. Fine Art Galleries on Sunset Blvd. in Houston, Texas in 1989. Gremillion continues to broker fine art, specializing in high-end modern and contemporary works.