Born in 1979 in riverside California, Christopher Cuseo studied art, design, and film at UCLA and graduated in 2003. There, he absorbed the acute attention to color and form associated with Vasa Mihich’s sculpture and paintings, subsequently refining his own visual and conceptual vocabulary that emerged through his focus on large-scale allegorical paintings which utilize the female form and the emotional afflictions of posture and stance, Cuseo’s paintings reflect personal memories he has had to address during the realization of his artistic process. His cinematic style creates a strong sense of familiarity allowing the viewer to embark on their own personal journey, evoking those raw emotions that inevitably get buried with memories of the past. Christopher’s work can be found in public and private art collections both in the United States and abroad. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles, New York, and Sydney.