Alex Da Corte puts a Harvest Moon in New Museum window

Alex Da Corte is an American pop artist and filmmaker who was raised in Venezuela. He designs installations that look like pop art movie sets, or perhaps good/bad or bad/good dreams.

Da Corte is sort of a darker Claus Oldenburg.

Alex Da Corte Education

Da Corte was born in Camden, New Jersey in 1980. He was raised in Caracas, Venezuela until he was eight years old.

Bachelor of Fine Arts from The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2004).

Master of Fine Arts from the Yale University School of Art (2010).

Alex Da Corte Exhibitions

Da Corte has exhibited in international museums such as the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art in Herning, Denmark; the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles; the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, Netherlands; the Mass MoCA in Boston, Massachusetts; and the Whitney  Museum of American Art in New York.

Alex Da Corte in New York City

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

A Man Full of Trouble

Alex Da Corte ‘A Man Full of Trouble’ was at Maccarone Gallery, New York in November-December 2016.

Harvest Moon at the New Museum

Da Corte is creating the inaugural installation for the storefront window of the New Museum’s 231 Bowery building. The series pays homage to New Museum window installations of the 1980s.

Some of those became legendary including works by Jeff Koons, David Hammons, Linda Montao, and Bruce Nauman.

Harvest Moon is on view at 231 Bowery in the Lower East Side from September 27, 2017 – January 7, 2018.

Da Corte lives and works in Philadelphia. For more information, visit

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