About the Artist

Vincent Now Lives

and works in

Los Angeles 

Grants & Residencies 


7Below Artist Residency Program, Burlington Vermont- 2013

Museum of Art and Design Open Studios Residency, NYC- 2012

West Collects Prize -2008



Select Publications


"Fabulous 'Threads'" by Craig Nakano, Los Angeles Times, July 2, 2017

“Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community’ by Holland Cotter, The New York Times, Feb 20, 2014

“The Approval Matrix”, New York Magazine, January 20-27, 2014

“Codes of Conduct” by Stefano Cataloni, Surface Design Journal, Spring 2013

“An Interview” with David Stark for Huffington Post, February 11, 2013

“Art That Speaks to You, Even if It Says ‘Scram!’”, New York Times, March 7, 2012


TV Appearances 


"Elementary" Internal Audit, Season 2: Episode 11, 2011

“Roadtrip Nation”, Season 7: Episode 10, 2010

“The Yarn Show”, The Martha Stewart Show, March 23, 2009




Nathan Vincent was born in Michigan in 1981. He now lives and works in Los Angeles, having recently moved from NYC.  Vincent works predominantly with yarn creating sculptures and large scale installations.  Vincent completed his BFA at SUNY Purchase in 2004 and exhibited in the United States and abroad, with solo gallery exhibitions in NY and VA.  His work has received attention in international publications including the The New York Times, LA Times and New York Magazine.  He has participated in the Museum of Arts and Design Open Studios residency in NYC and the 7 Below Arts Initiative residency in Burlington, VT and was the recipient of the prestigious West Collects acquisition prize in 2008. Vincent’s work is highlighted in the book, “Queer Threads” published by AMMO books and his installation, “Locker Room”, will exhibit again with “Queer Threads” in 2020