Kimbell has been a controversial figure since she opened her gallery in New York’s Greenwich Village last year.
She has been criticized for her art and her controversial political views.
But on Thursday, Kimbell had the opportunity to talk to The Globe and Mail about her work.
Kimbell’s painting ‘The American Dream’ was selected for the 2016 Whitney Biennial.
It was named one of the “Top Ten American Artworks of the Year” and named by the Whitney Museum of American Art in 2016.
Kimbell also worked as a curator at the Whitney in the late 1990s.
She was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 2000 for her work on art in the United States.
The painting has become a rallying point for a number of issues in the US.
Kimbell says it has a message for those who might be offended by her political views: “I don’t want to be divisive.
I just want to show the world that if you’re white and you’re wealthy, you have the freedom to do what you want.”