Alpha-Eucalyptus (2005) at Museum Casa Encendida, Hilton Brothers show, Madrid (2009)
Christopher Henry Gallery 2012
Christopher Henry Gallery 2012
Gebert Contemporary Scottsdale, Arizona
Gebert Contemporary, Scottsdale, Arizona
Andy Dandy (2007) at Museum Casa Encendida, "Mistaken Identity" Hilton Brothers show, Madrid (2009)
Andy Dandy (2007) at Museum Casa Encendida, "Mistaken Identity" Hilton Brothers show (2009)
"Mistaken Identity" show, Barcelona (2010)
Andy Dandy (2007) at Museum Casa Encendida, "Mistaken Identity" Hilton Brothers show, Madrid (2009)
Andy Dandy Fifteen, Eighteen, 2007 Private Residence Berlin Germany
Andy Dandy "Four" [2] 44"x58"/223.6x147.3cm.
Andy Dandy "Eight" (2007)
"Mistaken Identity" at Museum Casa Encendida, Hilton Brothers (2009)
Miller Gallery (2013) Hilton Brothers, Makos, Solberg
Galerie Houard, Paris 2011
Work in Progress 13, G.Houard, Paris 2011
Valesquez, Hair-Do (HB) Epiphany (PS)
Hippofolium, Madrid
Hippofolium, Madrid
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ALONE TOGETHER  10 SEPTEMBER 2016 BOLSENA, ITALIA

ALONE TOGETHER is a selection of works both on and off-road, spanning 4 decades for one artist, and just over a decade for the other. The result is a compelling tapestry of both imagery and time, created only for this particular venue.

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Two American photographers reinvent the idea of art and travel, with the watching eyes of french filmmakers Pierre Paul Puljiz with Noam Rubah
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This work features the catalog of the exhibition 'Mistaken Identity' by The Hilton Brothers (Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg). The Hilton Brothers artistic duo emerged as a result of a series of collaborations between the two artists. While travelling a few years ago, they realised that they were interested in the same themes and, as something of a joke, decided to photograph the same things. The idea of identity - who took which photo and why was the difference discernible - led them to begin a series of diptychs in which they would photograph two objects separately but then put them together in the same print. This marked the beginning of their exploration of other collaborative projects. The Hilton's photographs reveal a naive perspective diffused by a certain contemporary cynicism. Captured on their travels around the world, their images are the outcome of subdivisions and reconstructions in which the different locations of places are merely panels of aesthetic snippets combined to produce works which form an intrinsic part of their philosophy of life, taste and American culture....
The Hilton Brothers