Nicole Cherubini

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Nicole Cherubini
Alma materRhode Island School of Design,
New York University Institute of Fine Arts
Known forsculptor

Nicole Cherubini (born 1970, Boston, MA) is an American visual artist and sculptor. She lives and works in New York.


Working largely in sculpture and mixed media, she has presented solo exhibitions at Samsøñ (Boston, MA), Perez Art Museum Miami (Miami, FL), the Santa Monica Museum of Art (Los Angeles, CA), the Institute of Contemporary Art (Philadelphia, PA), Tracy Williams (NY), the Nassau County Museum of Art (Roslyn Harbor, NY), the Jersey City Museum (Jersey City, NJ), and La Panadería (Mexico City, MX). Her works have been included in group exhibitions at institutions including MoMA PS1 (Long Island City, NY), the Cranbrook Art Museum (Bloomfield Hills, MI), The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery (Saratoga, NY), the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, MA), the Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, MA), the Boston University Art Gallery (Boston, MA), the Boston Center for the Arts (Boston, MA), Permanenten: The West Norway Museum of Decorative Art (Bergen, NO), the Rhode Island School of Design Museum (Providence, RI), and the Sculpture Center (Long Island City, NY). Her work has received press from Art in America,[1] Art Forum,[2] Art News,[3] BOMB Magazine,[4] The New York Times,[5] The New Yorker;[6] also featured on The Pot Book by Edmund De Waal, and Breaking The Mold new approaches to ceramics by black god publishing. Her work is in the public collections at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston, MA), the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, MA), the Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, MA), the Perez Museum Miami (Miami, FL), The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery (Saratoga, NY), the Progressive Collection (Mayfield Village, OH), and the Tishman Speyer Collection (NY).


Cherubini graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1993 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics. She continued her education at New York University Institute of Fine Arts, earning her Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts in 1998. Cherubini attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2002.[7]


Cherubini is a recipient of the NEA Travel Grant to Mexico (1994), a New England Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Sculpture (1995), a Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts Residency Fellowship (1997), the Jack Goodman Award for Art and Technology at New York University (1998), the Greenwich House Pottery Artist Residency (Summer-Fall 2000), a Residency at Henry Street Settlement in New York, NY (2002), the Emerge Artist Development Program, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, New Jersey, NJ (2002), the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award (2007)[8] and an Art Matters Foundation Grant for travel and work in Mexico (2008–09).[9][7]


She is represented by SEPTEMBER Gallery in Hudson, NY[10] and Tracy Williams, Ltd. in New York City.[11][12]


  1. ^ "Nicole Cherubini". October 3, 2013.
  2. ^ "Nicole Cherubini". November 2008.
  3. ^ Wei, Lilly (January 15, 2014). "Claytime! Ceramics Finds Its Place in the Art-World Mainstream".
  4. ^ "Nicole Cherubini by Sarah Braman - BOMB Magazine". October 2014.
  5. ^ Smith, Roberta (July 16, 2010). "Spray!: Polly Apfelbaum/Nicole Cherubini Studiowork". The New York Times.
  6. ^ "Davis Cherubini". The New Yorker.
  7. ^ a b "Nicole Cherubini : cv". Retrieved 29 October 2014.
  8. ^ "2007". The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation. Retrieved 2021-03-29.
  9. ^ "Art Matters Foundation". Art Matters Foundation. Retrieved 2021-03-29.
  10. ^ "Nicole Cherubini". Archived from the original on 2016-08-09.
  11. ^ "SEPTEMBER". Retrieved 29 October 2014.
  12. ^ "Tracy Williams, Ltd". Retrieved 29 October 2014.

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