Rachel Citrino is a visual artist and independent curator. For over fifty years, Ms. Citrino has exhibited her work in numerous group, and solo exhibitions in the USA and abroad.
As an artist, she utilizes a mixed media approach incorporating painting, drawing, and photography into her work. Rachel has won both awards and citations from the City of Philadelphia, as well as the City of Florence, Italy. She was awarded residencies in S. Stefano in Sessanio (Abruzzo), The studios of Mauro Corbani, Scarlino, Tuscano, and the Vermont Studio School, USA.
Her curatorial abilities have contributed to both city-wide and global exhibitions and workshops, such as Sister Cities, Philadelphia and Florence Exchange, The Ladies of Leonardo, RRCA, Millville, NJ, GLOBAL INTERSECTION 13 at Globe Dye Works.
With Italian artist, Mauro Corbani, she co-organized a Monoprint Workshop in Italy, and served on the Exhibition Committee of The Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts, and the Mayor’s Task Force, in Millville, NJ. She cofounded Artist/Writers Workshops in Vasto, Italy with an exhibition: United States of Art. Her arts advocacy tendencies began in the early eighties as president of Women’s Caucus for Art, Philadelphia Chapter. A former Director of the DaVinci Art Alliance, Rachel currently serves on the Board of Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (FPAFA) in Philadelphia.
A lifelong Philadelphia native, Rachel Citrino now resides in the historical hamlet of Roadstown, NJ. Her home and studio, also located in this idyllic setting, hosts traveling international artists annually.