Sidney Pink is an intermedia artist focused on dance, drawing, and sound.
Pink lived in Japan between 2004-2008. His early work was influenced by manga, Japanese film, and Butoh. During this period, Pink started exhibiting with Giant Robot in the U.S. and was nominated for a Jury Prize at Takashi Murakami’s art festival, Geisai. Japanzine described Pink as, “one of Japan's most inspirational gaijin [foreign] artists.”
Pink is the Co-founder of AKIMBO, a festival of site-specific dance and movement art in Baltimore, MD. In 2015 he curated, Cul de sac, an interdisciplinary project between visual art and dance. Pink has studied dance with Ryuzo Fukuhara, Liz Lerman, Naoko Maeshiba, and performed in two dance films by Susan & John Mann.
Pink has exhibited and/or performed in New York, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Amsterdam, Tokyo, and Berlin. His work has appeared in various publications including Fine Line Magazine, Japan's Artcollector, and the New York Times Magazine.
Sidney Pink lives and works in Baltimore, MD. He teaches drawing, arts entrepreneurship, and creativity at Towson University.
Sidney Pink CV (PDF)