Artist Curtis Kulig lives and works in New York City. A decade ago, his private plea imbued with futility and irony, ‘Love Me' became part of the urban fabric of the city. A loyal audience ensued recasting the declaration embracing inclusivity, optimism and hope. His studio practice consists of paintings and drawings often done in series which explore his (and thusly ours) emotional vulnerabilities.
He has been featured in the New York Times, Vanity Fair, and The Wall Street Journal and is a frequent contributor of works to cultural and charitable auctions including Aspen Art Crush, Free Arts, the Tibetan Fund, and Parlay for Oceans amongst others. Upcoming projects include a solo show of his Love Me Tondo series at Kantor Gallery in Los Angeles, a signing of his book Loud Money with famed poet Max Blagg in New York City, and as a contributing artist to the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival presented by Chanel.