Christopher McNulty is a visual artist who engages in task-based projects to create sculptural objects, video, and works on paper. He has exhibited work in galleries and museums throughout the U.S., including the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, Rochester Art Center, and Saltworks Contemporary Art in Atlanta. His diverse art practice has been featured in many publications including Art Papers, New American Paintings, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, and The Week.
McNulty has received many grants and awards including an Alabama State Council on the Arts Grant for 2005-2006 and Madison CitiARTS grant in 2001. He has completed artist residencies at the MacDowell Colony, Marble House Project, Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts & Sciences, and the Vermont Studio Center. A dual citizen of France and the US, McNulty holds an MFA degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is currently Professor of Art at Auburn University. McNulty lives in Opelika, Alabama.