Born 1977 in Queens, NY, Richard Cutrona is an artist, educator, and independent curator, living and working in New Jersey, USA.
He holds a BFA in photography, and an art education certificate from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He also holds an MFA in visual arts from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. As a mixed media artist, specializing in stereoscopic practices, his work has been exhibited at internationally recognized commercial galleries.
Richard has produced several short films. His documentary on the history, culture, and contemporary practice of stereoscopic art titled “Flip World,” was screened at Skylight Gallery NYC in 2015. As a curator, he is the founder of Good Question Gallery Curatorial Projects, through which he’s curated nearly fifty exhibitions of visual art.
Richard’s work has been reviewed in Art Scope New England and The Boston Globe. He has been invited to lecture at universities across the United States, including The University of Alaska Anchorage, Eastern Connecticut State University, and Fitchburg State University.
In the United States, Richard Cutrona is represented by Demouzy Contemporary.
Lesley University College of Art & Design, Cambridge, MA
Master of Fine Arts (MFA) 2009 Major: Visual Arts
School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) 2001 Major: Photography
Art Education Certificate