Hall W. Rockefeller

Hall Rockefeller

Art History Expert


M.A., History of Art, The Courtauld Institute of Art

B.A. History of Art, Yale University


  • Writer and art historian specializing in the work of woman artists from 1900- the present
  • Founder of less than half, an art criticism website covering solo shows of woman artists
  • Former Warshawsky Fellow at the Cleveland Museum of Art


Hall is an art historian and the founder of less than half, an art criticism website covering the solo shows and goings-on of women artists in New York City.

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. 


Hall holds both a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in the History of Art, from Yale and the Courtauld Institute of Art respectively.

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