Vincent Como (b. 1975, Kittanning, PA) has exhibited his work throughout the United States and abroad, including in Mexico, England, and Vienna. Recent solo and group exhibition include Art in General, BRIC Rotunda Gallery, Momenta (all NYC); Samson Projects (Boston, MA); Illinois State Museum (Lockport, IL); Western Exhibitions, University of Illinois (both Chicago, IL); Evanston Art Center (Evanston, IL); SPACES (Cleveland, OH); Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (Grand Rapids, MI); Art Museum of the University of Memphis (Memphis, TN); and House Gallery (Salt Lake City, UT), among many others.
Como’s work has been discussed in publications, such as The Wall Street Journal, ArtSlant, Progress Report, WagMag, The Boston Phoenix, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Journal, and Salt Lake Tribune, among others. He holds a BFA in Drawing from the Cleveland Institute of Art (Cleveland, OH).
Vincent Como is an artist living in Brooklyn, NY. The focus of his practice is centered on Black as both Subject and Material. Como is represented by MINUS SPACE Gallery in Brooklyn, NY and is a founding member of TSA New York an artist run exhibition space also in Brooklyn.
"The Absurd Magic of Vincent Como" by Jacquelyn Gleisner for Art 21 Magazine
"The Relativity of Black: Q&A with Vincent Como" by Matt Smith Chavez for New American Paintings blog
"Vincent Como" Interview with Kylie Gava in FORGETGOOD zine
"Five Questions" Interview
"The Black Singularity" Essay for Drain Magazine
"Back in Black: Vincent Como's Paradise Lost at Minus Space" by Heather Zises
"The Void Looks Black" Diarmuid Hester on Schoolboy Errors
"Vincent Como" by Ander Rennick for Bite Magazine
"Studio Visit with Vincent Como" by Progress Report
"Black is the New Black" by Matthew Evans Teti