Director, UT School of Art
McNulty, Stain (2009), Automotive Exhaust on Paper Dimensions variable.
Christopher McNulty is a visual artist who creates sculptural objects, video, and works on paper. His work has explored the limitations of human thought and performance, and the tensions that exist between our ideals and everyday lives. His current work explores how environmental space penetrates the body, creating relationships among individuals, species, and objects. He has exhibited work in galleries and museums throughout the U.S., including the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Rochester Art Center, and Saltworks Gallery in Atlanta. His diverse art practice has been featured in many publications including Art Papers, New American Paintings, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, and The Week.
McNulty has received many grants and awards including a Hemera Foundation Fellowship, Alabama State Council on the Arts Grant, Madison CitiARTS grant, and Rowland Fellowship. He has completed artist residencies at the MacDowell Colony, Marble House Project, the Hambidge Center, and the Vermont Studio Center. A dual citizen of France and the US, McNulty holds an MFA degree from the University of Wisconsin. Prior to joining the UT School of Art, he was a professor of art and chair of the Department of Art & Art History at Auburn University.
University of Wisconsin-Madison – MFA