American artist Jay Batlle is known for his sculpture, painting, drawing, video, performance, and artist books. Batlle (b. 1976) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Recent solo exhibitions include: Closed For Business, National Museum Of Fine Arts, Santiago, Chile (2017), Salad Days, Villa Mensa, Turin, Italy (2015), Free Lunch, Museum of Fine Arts, Santiago, Chile (2011); Recent group shows: Doomed and Famous: Selections from the Adrian Dannatt Collection, Miguel Abreu Gallery, NYC (2021), FOOD SEX ART, MoMA PS1, Queens, NY (2017), Self: Artist in Their Absence, The National Academy Museum, New York City (2015), Lonely Fingers, Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany (2013), Swell, Metro Pictures, Nyehaus, & Petzel gallery, New York City (2010).
Batlle’s work is included in private and public collections, including The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, California, The Artothek Museum, Cologne, Germany, Colección Engel Santiago, Chile and The Soho House Group, Istanbul, Chicago, and London. His work has been featured in several publications including The New York Times, Art In America, New York Magazine, The Art Newspaper, Huffington Post, Interview Magazine, Elle, French Vogue, The Boston Herald, Artinfo, Art & Auction, and Frieze.