Curtis Mitchell
Visual artist / artista visivo

Curtis Mitchell is an American artist who works in video installation, sculpture, and photography.

His recent work centers around setting up visual dialogues in an ongoing series of visual installations. Mitchell has had solo exhibitions at venues including MoMA PS1, the Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh; the Sculpture Center, Cleveland; KX Gallery, Germany; Galerie Marc Jancou, Zurich; as well as White Columns, Andrea Rosen Gallery, Esso Gallery, and Martos Gallery in New York.

Mitchell has participated in numerous group exhibitions around the world, including MoMA PS1, the New Museum, the Landesmuseum, Austria; the Mucsarnok Palace of Art, Budapest; the Aldrich Museum, Connecticut; and the Mexican Cultural Institute in New York. His works are in several public and permanent collections, including the Walker Art Museum, the New York Public Library, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and the Lannan Foundation.

Curtis Mitchell has been selected for a residency at the Siena Art Institute in partnership with the Pratt Institute, where he teaches at the School of Fine Arts.

For more information about Curtis Mitchell and his work:

Curtis Mitchell: Friche 12, 
57 x 96 Giclee print on artists canvas 2018Curtis Mitchell: MACBA Trace 140,

30 x 65” Giclee print on Belgian linen 2016Curtis Mitchell: MACBA Trace 142
53 X 102” Giclee print on bond paper 2016Curtis Mitchell: Maranhao Trace 32, 

18″ x 30″ Giclee print 2018Curtis Mitchell: Marseilles Trace 18, 
20″ x 30″ Giclee print 2017

Sart life