Yves Francois Wilson
b. Strasbourg, France 1983

Parsons School of Design, BFA 
The New School, BA 
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Yves is a multidisciplinary artist based in New Haven, Connecticut. His work is a mixture of traditional photography, printmaking, graffiti, and repurposed found objects. The artist brings together African and American visual traditions with the intention of creating new representations of identity and creating new dialogues between the subject and audience.

When not in the studio Yves is a father and camera technician working in episodic television in New York and Los Angeles.

Recent exhibitions:

Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet As Its Kept

Recent residencies & Grants:

Can Serrat: Writer's Residency, El Bruc, Spain 
Columbia University, School of the Arts: Neiman Fellow
IFP Made in NY Media Center 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