Born in New York and raised in the Caribbean, Joelle McTigue received her BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work is a part of the permanent Rubell Family Collection, The John Paul Getty III-founded Siena Art Institute Library Collection, and the NFT NYC 2022 Diversity of NFTs Art Collection. Selected for the inaugural global NFT Biennial, McTigue has also exhibited in Europe, Asia, and North America, including Photo LA, PhotoIreland, NFT NYC ‘22 & ‘23, NFTBerlin, the Armory satellite fairs Art on Paper and Bridge Art Fair, and satellite events during Photo London, NFT London, and Art Basel Miami Beach. McTigue lives and works in Montenegro.

As an interdisciplinary artist working with photography and design, McTigue explores how power dynamics and influences of identity flatten, amplify, and distort communal narratives and histories. By altering her street photography with mathematical influence, she encapsulates the idea of historical and cultural shifts while leaving documentative remnants.


Joelle McTigue

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