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Mr. Inconiglios’s fine art has been recognized in regional and national exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Miami University, where he was an undergraduate fellow. After completing graduate studies with artist Richard Anuszkiewicz, he was artist-in-residence at the Dayton Art Institute, where he opened his studio for dialogue with students and faculty.
Mr. Inconiglios’s first solo exhibition in New York was held in SoHo in 1972. He was a featured artist of “10 Downtown” in the 1970s. Noted by Barbara Rose in New York Magazine, reviewed in Art Forum, and seen in the New York Times, his work is in private and public collections, including Chase Manhattan Bank, The Norton Simon Collection, and AT&T.
Throughout his career, Mr. Inconiglios has produced work in a broad range of mediums. Recent exhibitions include “Paintings from the Donut Series” and a show of major collage works, “The Gansevoort Girls.”
In addition to his fine art practice, Mr. Inconiglios has had a parallel career in creative design and communications. He is president of Apptex International, a creative consultancy firm whose clients have included The Nielsen Company, Esteé Lauder Companies, Philips Electronics, The National Audubon Society, ISG, Avon, JP Morgan, and Fairchild Publications.
In the 1980s he served as president and COO of Bobbin International which produced one of the world’s largest technology trade shows serving the apparel and textile industries. He was also president and publisher of American Fabrics & Fashion magazine and the creator of several publications for Women’s Wear Daily. In 2005, Mr. Inconiglios worked with the president of MGM on Stage to develop an award-winning coffee table book about Hollywood and Broadway.
Passionate about education, Mr. Inconiglios has taught and lectured in fine art studio classes and creative teaching engagements. He currently is working with the Winchendon School (located in Massachusetts) on the development of an innovative micro school in Brooklyn for high school students.
Mr. Inconiglios serves on the board of Wave Hill, New York’s 28-acre world-class public garden, education, and cultural center in the Bronx overlooking the Hudson River and the Palisades. He is also active in his home communities of Falls Village, CT, and the Meatpacking District in New York City.