Alexis Nutini

reduction woodcuts in progress

www.alexisnutini.com

Outside of editions on paper, Alexis Nutini uses stencil and collage to stain wood panels. His print informed process results in varnished paintings layered as silk screens or woodcuts. An amalgam of layers and the translation of print media to a singular object speaks to an examination of personal and cultural identity, specifically his Mexican-American roots and frequent travel back to his hometown.  Intertwining figures, inverted perspectives and radical scale shifts expose personal elements of his life and reveal his vision of a world without boundaries. Alexis received an MFA in Printmaking from the Tyler School of Art in 2005, is an alumni of St. Mary’s College of Maryland in St. Mary’s City, MD (BA in Fine Art, 2000) and is a 2001 Fulbright Fellow (Barcelona, Spain).  He currently teaches as an Adjunct Professor at the Tyler School of Art in the Printmaking department and has most recently completed two private commissions in New York City and Baltimore, MD.  His work has been shown both nationally and internationally over the past 12 years.

EDUCATION

M.F.A 2005 Printmaking Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia PA

B.A 2000 Fine Art St. Mary’s College of Maryland, St. Mary’s City, MD

STUDY ABROAD

2004-2005 Printmaking Temple University, Rome

2002 Mosaics Sant Andreu Art Center, Barcelona Spain

2001-2002 Fulbright Research Grant Barcelona, Spain

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2010 Exchange, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

2009 Across the Ages: Alumni Exhibition, Boyden Gallery, St. Mary’s City MD

2008 Feral Prints, Kansas State University, Manhattan Kansas

2007 Puro Muerto, Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, CA

2005 Cinque Straniei due Permesi, Quadrato di Omega Gallery, Rome, Italy

2004 Tyler MFA Juried Show, Icebox Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, Juror: Dick Torchia, inaugural show

2004 3D: Diversity Discourse Dimension SGC Portfolio Show, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, NJ

2004 Keep it in the Family Portfolio Exhibit, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA

2004 Tyler Graduate Fellows Exhibition, Penrose Gallery, Elkins Park PA

2002 New Talent: Alumni Exhibition, Boyden Gallery, St. Mary’s City, MD

2002 Artistas Latinos, El Tucan, Barri Gotic, Barcelona Spain.

2000 Senior Exhibition, Boyden Gallery, St. Mary’s City, MD

1998-2000 Annual Student Show, Boyden Gallery, St. Mary’s City, MD

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2010 Sueños de mi Infancia, Quinta Colorines, Fortin, Veracruz, Mexico

2007 Intercambio, Mexico Lindo Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA

2005 Suitcase of Wood, MFA thesis exhibition, Temple University. Rome

2001 Black and White: blocks and prints, Studio Z Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA

PRIVATE COMMISSIONS

2011 Mixed Media Mural “The East and Mesoamerica” Ben Yandell and Johanna Tiemen, New York, NY

2010 Print and Mixed Mural, “The Wind is at Your Back” Carl and Katarina Ziegler, Baltimore, MD

2007 Mosaic Mural “The Sun Rises and sets Over Santa Fe” Casa Nuestra Guest House, Santa Fe, NM

2005 Mosaic Mural “En Memoria a Leora”  Quinta Colorines, Veracruz, Mexico

AWARDS

2003-2005 Future Faculty Fellowship, Tyler School of Art, Temple University

2001-2002 Fulbright Research Grant, Barcelona, Spain.A Visual Ethnography of Spain,” at-large independent research project in woodblock printmaking

2000 Frank McCutcheon Award, St. Mary’s College of Maryland

2000 Senior Purchase Award, St. Mary’s College of Maryland

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2007 – Present   Adjunct Professor, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA

      Classes: Intro to Printmaking, Relief and Monoprint, Etching, Printmaking Workshop

2005 Co-curator, Giuseppe Gallo’s “Memoria Iconoclastica,” Temple University, Rome

2004-2005 Teaching to Assistant. Mario Teleri, Temple University Rome

      Introduction to Printmaking. Demonstrated and supervised printing projects in etching, relief and serigraphy.

2004 Printing assistant to Master Printer John Dowell, Philadelphia, PA

2004 Graduate Technician, Tyler School of Art, Temple University

2004 Jury Member and Curator for B.F.A. Show, Tyler School of Art

2001 – Present  Scenic Painter and Lighting Technician for Motion Pictures, including

“The Next Three Days,” “Unstoppable,” “She’s Out of My League,” “The Warrior,”The Haunting Hours,” The Kill Point,”The Mysteries of Pittsburgh,” “The Mothman Prophecies”

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