Our fear of discussing race, class, and religion often results in brutal polarization. Robin Holder’s social-justice imagery, inspired by her experiences as a bi-racial, multi-ethnic American, encourages community dialogues about identity conflicts, and fosters awareness and appreciation for our diverse society.
By 2024, artwork is featured regularly in distinguished publications, solo and group exhibitions, and collections. Curators, historians, and culture brokers promote the work—increasing its value and continuously boosting her income and career opportunities.
Develop new “Global Village” series.
Cultivate and expand relationships with art and culture influencers.
Increase art-world presence through networking, social media, and online venues.
Procure representation by venues that promote social-justice art.
Secure a retrospective in a prominent university museum or gallery.
Secure recognition and promotion of the artwork from cultural centers, collectors, critics, art historians, and curators, resulting in increased interest, value, and acquisitions.