Jil Weinstock, who was born in Los Angeles, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of California, Berkeley as well as a joint degree of Masters in Visual Studies from UC Berkeley and the San Francisco Art Institute. She also holds a Masters in Arts Education from St. Mary’s College. For the past fifteen years, she has worked as a curator, lecturer, art educator, artist, and coordinator for many museums, non profits, universities, galleries, and public schools. She is a practicing artist represented by the Winston Wachter Gallery in NYC and Walter Maciel Gallery in LA.
Her work has been the subject of many solo and group exhibitions including recent shows at Grounds for Sculpture, Trenton, NJ; Sculpture Center; Berlin Cultural Arts Center, Germany; San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art; Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT, Orari Galleria, Milan; Perimeter Editions, London. Some of her publications have included The New York Times; The New Yorker; Artweek; ARTnews; Art in America, World Sculpture News, New York Magazine; Fiberarts.