Anthony Titus is the founder of Anthony Titus Studio, a laboratory for the exploration of ideas related to the contemporary practices of art and architecture.
Titus is the founder of Anthony Titus Studio, an interdisciplinary practice based in New York City. His studio has been a laboratory for the exploration of ideas related to the contemporary practices of art and architecture. Over the past decade the studio has been responsible for numerous experimental projects, including built works, site- specific installations, and exhibitions of paintings and sculptures. In 2006 Bloomberg and Art In General awarded Anthony Titus Studio a joint research fellowship resulting in the construction of a long-term, site-specific installation at the Bloomberg Financial Headquarters in New York City. Since then Titus has gone on to have numerous solo exhibitions, while participating in many group exhibitions both in the United States and abroad. Most recently, Titus has had two solo exhibitions, Base Illusions (2011) and Bare Subversions (2010); in the summer of 2011 Anthony Titus Studio constructed four site-specific structures for the Hudson Basilica, in Hudson, NY. In the fall of 2011, Titus participated in And Another Thing at the CUNY Graduate Center and presented work in Art Basel 2011. He is currently preparing for a series of lectures and is working on a publication related to contemporary practices in art and architecture.
Titus has taught architecture at numerous schools including The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art and Pratt Institute. In addition to serving as a member of the faculty of these institutions, he has served as a guest lecturer and critic at institutions throughout the United States, including Cornell University, Columbia University, The New School for Social Research, Yale University, Art Center and SCI-Arc. Titus was a visiting faculty member at Bennington for fall 2013 and returned for fall 2016.