Hall W. Rockefeller

Hall W. Rockefeller is an art critic and writer specializing in the work of female artists. She is the founder and director of Less Than Half, a platform that brings together female artists and those interested in raising the profile of their work. Her professional and personal focus is advancing the work of women+ artists by creating a sustainable ecosystem of artists, collectors, arts professionals, and enthusiasts dedicated to recovering women+ artists from art history and supporting contemporary women+ artists.

Previously, Hall served as the Warshawsky Fellow at the Cleveland Museum of Art. She has also worked at the Marina Abramovic Institute and the Rosenberg & Co. Gallery. She holds both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in the History of Art, from Yale and the Courtauld Institute of Art, respectively. She wrote her Master’s dissertation on weaver and textile designer Anni Albers.

Hall has given lectures at the National Arts Club (NY) and Black Mountain College (NC) on the subject of Anni Albers, for the podcast the Dead Ladies Show on Eva Hesse, and has moderated panels at the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) Art Fair and the Yale Club of New York City, among others. She is a regular contributor to Hyperallergic.