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Robert Hickman received a public art commission for the Woodhaven Select Bus Service street improvement project by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art Program and DOT.

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Robert Hickman received a Yaddo Visual Artist Fellowship for the month of July 2017.
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Robert Hickman was an Artist-in-Residence in August 2017 at Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA.
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Robert Hickman's 1998 sculpture
'Roosevelt Island Shuttle' is featured in the book
Socrates Sculpture Park: Thirty Years, 2016, p.71.


Original Voices - Group Exhibition
Ken Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL.

Ken Saunders Gallery

Robert Hickman currently has 2 works featured in a group exhibition at the Brooklyn Arts Council, curated by Courtney Wendroff. His quilt "The Other Side" is on view, along with a patchwork piece.

Group Exhibition
April 14 - May 14, 2017
Kleinert James Gallery, Woodstock, NY.
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Ken Saunders Gallery

Robert Hickman's has two pieces featured in a group exhibition at
Memorial Sloan Kettering Brooklyn Infusion Center on Atlantic Avenue, curated by Sarah Campbell. Tri-Screen and 'Forever Nowhere are on view until October 2016.


Woodstock Times Article
Snow, Violet, “Byrdcliffe artist crosses bridges when he comes to them”, Woodstock Times, June 30, 2016.

Woodstock Times article

Robert Hickman was an Artist-in-Residence June 2016 at the Byrdcliffe Guild, Woodstock, NY.


Robert Hickman is a recipient of a 2016 Adjunct-CET Professional Development Fund Grant, Professional Staff Congress/CUNY, New York, NY.


Robert Hickman has recently finished a commission for a private collector in Madison, Wisconsin, based on his public artwork for the MTA 72nd Street Subway Station. 26-1/2" X 70-1/2", hand-cut glass, black grout.


Robert Hickman was featured in a solo exhibition at Memorial Sloan Kettering Brooklyn Infusion Center on Atlantic Avenue, curated by Sarah Campbell. His large kaleidoscopic mirror installation "DMMDI" was on view, along with a new quilt piece October 2015 through January 2016.


Robert Hickman's work was featured in Checkered History a group exhibition at Outpost, Ridgewood, NY. October 2-30, 2015


Robert Hickman's work is featured in
New Glass Review 36
published by The Corning Museum of Glass


TileMasters - Robert Otto Epstein and Robert Hickman
January 15 - February 27, 2015
Salena Gallery, Long Island University

Working Knowledge - Group Exhibition
January 10 - February 8, 2015
Lorimoto Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Robert Hickman’s permanent public commission at 72nd Street and Broadway subway station (Laced Canopy) is featured in, New York’s Underground Museum: Expanding Along the Way, published by Monacelli Press. Sandra Bloodworth, Director of Arts for Transit and Urban Design and Bill Ayres co-authored the book.
New York's Underground Museum
Robert Hickman's St. Petersburg Bridge Tour was part of the Art Prospect Festival, St. Petersburg Russia, presented as part of the Parallel Program of the European Biennale of Contemporary Art Manifesta 10, September 25-28, 2014.

FLUID essential for life
Janusz Jaworski, Guest Curator
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Staten Island NY.
May 3 - December 14, 2014
PIEROGI XX: Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition
5 September - 5 October, 2014

Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Robert Hickman’s Smack Mellon piece DMMDIA
is featured in the May 2014 issue of Elle magazine with Angel Haze.
David Brody Review in ArtCritical
A Concentrated Rectangle of Glitz: Rob Hickman in Dumbo
March 1, 2014

Solo Exhibition
Smack Mellon
January 18 - March 2, 2014
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Smack Mellon show
Interview for Visual Arts Segment
First Aired December 29, 2013
Solo Exhibition
Saint Peter's Church
October 21 - December 8, 2013
Presented by Midtown Arts Common
Saint Peters Church
News 12, New York, NY
One Big City Project Grant, South Bronx NYC
Produced by CEC ArtsLink in partnership with THE POINT CDC. One Big City, a program of CEC ArtsLink, is funded by the Rockefeller Foundation NYC Cultural Innovation Fund and the Trust for Mutual Understanding.
Pedestrian Bridge at Bryant Avenue, Hunts Point, Bronx
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Jan Castro Article in International Sculpture Center Blog
In the Studio with Miki Taira and Robert Hickman: Making the Old New
July 17, 2013
castro article
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