In the Duke Gallery: Paul Santoleri

In the Duke Gallery: Paul Santoleri

10/22 to 11/22

Paul Santoleri is an award-winning artist known for his drawing installations and his wall-sized paintings found in city streets and public places around the world. He has received grants and awards from the Pollock-Krasner foundation, the Independence foundation, the Santo Foundation, and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts; projects have been funded by the US State department, the city of Philadelphia, the Ford Foundation, the NEA, Partners for the Americas, & Cultures France among others. He has created many social art projects: collaborations with artistic communities and embassies worldwide. He has collaborated often with the MAP, Philadelphia, a world-renowned city public art program. Paul has traveled extensively to make work. He is represented globally in collections public and private. He’s now a dad and has a great time drawing and painting with his two toddler boys.

For Paul’s resume

Photo of Paul Santoleri by Philippe Bonan