Yves Wilson is a multidisciplinary artist based in New Haven, Connecticut working in photography, printmaking, and sculpture. With an emphasis on storytelling, lineage, and creating a new visual history. His work is a mixture of traditional photography, printmaking, repurposed found objects, and African and American visual traditions with the intention of creating new representations of lineage and opening up a dialogue between the subject in the work and the audience.
When not in the studio Yves is a father and camera technician working on episodic television in New York and Los Angeles.
Recent residencies & Grants:
Can Serrat: Writer's Residency, El Bruc, Spain
Columbia University, School of the Arts: Neiman Fellow
Vermont Studio Center: CSI Institute Award
City of Bridgeport Mayor’s Neighborhood Arts & Heritage Award
City Canvas Projection Grant Recipient
International Cinematographers Guild Member