Christian Breed





1981, New York
In 2004 he achieved the BFA at the Rhode Island School of Design; in 2003 he was chosen for the European Honours Program which took place in Rome. In 2018 he achieved the Hunter College Advanced Curatorial Certificate at City University of New York. In 2006 he had his first solo exhibition curated by Duccio Trombadori (Rome), followed by second one at the Studio Vivo of Cremona. In 2009 he inaugurated his solo exhibition Apeiron in Napoli at the Gallery Mimmo Scognamiglio arte contemporanea. He participated
in various group exhibitions such as: Premio Maretti Repubblica di San Marino curated by Duccio Trombadori and Alessandro Riva (2005), Confronti (2006, Ascoli Piceno, Palazzo dei Capitani), Nuovi Cantieri in Corso curated by Lorenzo Canova (2008, Campobasso, Spazio Aratro) and the Razzano Prize curated by Marco Tonelli (2010-2011, Benevento, Contemporary Art Museum of Sannio). From 2005 to 2008 he participated in several editions of the Sulmona Prize (XXXI, XXXII, XXXIII) being awarded with the Acquisto Prize. In 2009 he is part of the Young Biennale at the Villa Reale of Monza, curated by Marco Tonelli, being awarded with the Special Rottapharm Prize. In 2022 he participated in the AIM Biennial/ Bronx Calling exhibition at The Bronx Museum of the Arts. He lives and works in New York.