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Haley Mellin (born 1980, San Francisco, California) is an artist based in New York City. Mellin received her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley in 2003 BFA and subsequently was admitted into the Whitney Museum of American Art ISP [1] and received a doctorate at New York University in Visual Studies. Her work is exhibited internationally and features in several prominent collections. She has curated a number of exhibitions in regards to contemporary art in various New York galleries, museums, and alternative spaces including the Palais de Tokyo[2], MoMA[3], and RENTAL.[4]

Recent exhibitions include the SculptureCenter New York[5], the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain, Paris[6] and Art in General, New York. Mellin’s paintings reference the historicity of painting, the place of trade, and the image as object. Her early influences include artists such as Francis Bacon, Jasper Johns, and Kazimir Malevich.


Select exhibitions

Mellin has exhibited internationally in museums and galleries including, among others:

Permanent collections

Works by this artist can be seen at:


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Exhibitions at galleries and museums


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