About Nicole Kutz
Born and raised in Atlanta, Nicole Kutz graduated from the University of Georgia in 2013 with degrees in Advertising and Painting. She completed her M.F.A. in 2017 from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Kutz maintains a studio practice in Downtown Los Angeles and her pieces are throughout the world in private collections, corporate institutions and featured as the face of the Loupe brand. For commissions, pricing or general inquiries, please use the contact form.
While in graduate school, Kutz helped build and conceptualize Loupe, an art streaming service. Loupe, currently live on Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire and the web, is a streaming art gallery with a connected marketplace. With end users in homes, hotels, events, lobbies, and airports, the platform offers the art world a new outlet to reach a global audience. As Chief Curator, Kutz brings artists and fresh talent to the platform. She manages the 170-artist roster and over 2,500 images that specialize in a variety of medium (including motion art). Kutz has curated and overseen content for installations in Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport (2016), The W Hotel in Atlanta (2017), London Tech Week (2017), NanoLumens (2017-present), AC & Moxy brand hotels (2018), The Perez Museum (2018), and other events/locations. Read Nicole’s perspective on online art streaming.
Alongside Loupe, Kutz is the curatorial assistant for Los Angeles-based art consultant, Victoria Burns. In this role, she manages Burns’ client inventory, designs and executes mailings for art fairs worldwide, while maintaining a blog of art trends, fairs and movements. She also has rebranded VBAA with a new website, digital brochure and print collateral. Learn more about Victoria Burns Art Advisory.