Michael Bianco

Michael Bianco is an artist, curator, researcher, activist, and beekeeper. Bianco’s art practice is invested in socially engaged art, and focuses on issues of politics, environment, sustainability, community activism, energy decline, and the impending “century of crisis.” Bianco’s work has been exhibited in numerous venues, ranging from the Texas Biennial to the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo in Aguascalientes, Mexico. As a curator, Bianco served as the curator of new programs at the John Berggruen Gallery in San Francisco; cofounded Queen’s Nails Projects in San Francisco; founded both the Waypoint Project and MUD gallery in in Marfa, Texas; and served as the associate curator at Ballroom Marfa.

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