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 with 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, The Wall Street Journal and Juxtapose and is a frequent contributor of works to charity auctions including Free Arts, Art of Elysium, and the Tibetan Fund and most recently contributed to Revlon's "Love Is On" Million Dollar Challenge in support of Women's Health. Find more information about the artist here.