Nathaniel Hitchcock is an independent curator and researcher currently based in the United States. He co-founded Chicago Manual Style, Chicago, IL, and East Hampton Shed, East Hampton, NY. He holds a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, with an emphasis in Art History, Theory, and Criticism, and studied in the Media Art Histories International Masters Program at Donau-Universität Krems, Krems, AT. Previously, he worked as the Curatorial Assistant at the Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, where he co-organized solo exhibitions by Ugo Rondinone, and Pascale Marthine Tayou. In New York, he worked as the Associate Director at Johannes Vogt Gallery, and was a Curatorial Fellow at Rhizome at the New Museum.

He is currently the Director of Liberal Arts Roxbury, Roxbury, NY.

His research focuses on the intersection of art and technology in relation to forms of interface, immersion, and the image.


Exhibition text for Landscapes of the South, at Mendes Wood DM, New York, NY

Kate Steciw: Queering the Technical Image, OSMOS Magazine


BURiED IN THE SNOW, at the American Institute for Thoughts and Feelings, Tucson, AZ
Works by J. A. Deaton, Maxamillian Guy, Brook Hsu, Ben Medansky, Jon Rafman, Sydney Shen, and Nobuo Uematsu
December 15, 2019 – January 29, 2020


Annihilation Holiday, at Liberal Arts Roxbury, Roxbury, NY
Works by Theodore Darst, and Kate Steciw
October 26, 2019 – January 19, 2020

In conversation with Gabriele Edlbauer, Austrian Cultural Forum NYC, New York City, NY
June 27, 2019

Metal Meadow, at Camp Eternal Hell Chamber, Cobleskill, NY
Works by Chelsea Culprit, Zack Davis, Debo Eilers, Brian Kokoska, Larissa Lockshin, Bunny Rogers, Chloe Seibert, Tarwuk, Hadley Vogel, and Quay Quinn Wolf
May 4 – June 30, 2019