Oct 7, 2021 NXTHVN

Christian Curiel: Between Reveries, Virtual Program

Virtual Program
October 28, 2021 6:00PM-7:00PM EST

Please tune in virtually for an exciting conversation between artists Titus Kaphar and Christian Curiel. Overlapping during their time at the Yale School of Art, former classmates Curiel and Kaphar discuss NXTHVN’s first solo exhibition Christian Curiel: Between Reveries. Hear directly from Curiel about his creative process, as well as some of his upcoming projects.

This Zoom Webinar will be moderated by Victoria McCraven, NXTHVN’s Programs Manager and the co-curator of the exhibition. Attendees are welcome to post questions in the chat box during the program. To attend, please register with the link below or email exhibitions@nxthvn.com


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Titus Kaphar is an artist whose paintings, sculptures, and installations examine the history of representation by transforming its styles and mediums with formal innovations to emphasize the physicality and dimensionality of the canvas and materials themselves. Kaphar received an MFA from the Yale School of Art and is a distinguished recipient of numerous prizes and awards including a 2018 MacArthur Fellowship, a 2018 Art for Justice Fund grant, a 2016 Robert R. Rauschenberg Artist as Activist grant, and a 2015 Creative Capital grant. Kaphar’s commitment to social engagement has led him to move beyond traditional modes of artistic expression to establish NXTHVN.

Christian Curiel received his BFA from International Fine Arts College in Miami and an MFA from Yale School of Art in New Haven, CT. Inspired by magic realism, his work mixes the real and unreal aspects of dream states as reflections on Latin American cultural and literary references to ritual, the uncanny, and symbolism. Curiel is a member of the collective FeCuOp, founded in 1997 in Miami that experiments with social interactions and art. Curiel is the recipient of the Cintas Fellowship Prize and the Robert Schoelkopf Traveling fellowship from the Yale School of Art among many other prestigious awards and residencies. Curiel splits his time between New Haven, CT where he is a lecturer/professor and teaches drawing fundamentals, and Miami, FL.

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