Antony Corso's work has been featured in solo shows, group exhibitions and at numerous galleries including: The Empire Collection, New York, NY; La Galleria at La Mama, New York, NY; Hankook Gallery, New York, NY; Robertson Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA; Riggs Gallery, La Jolla, CA; Labyrintus, Budapest, Hungary.
His work in public collections includes those of the United Nations, the Port Authority of New York, Chemical Bank and the American Broadcasting Company.
Corso exhibited at the 2003 Biennale Internazionale Dell'Arte Contemporanea, Firenze Italia.
Corso's awards include those of the City of New York Cultural Affairs, the Nessa Cohen Memorial Award, Artist's Space/New York City and the SUNY/Albany Statewide Competition.
Corso attended the Art Students League of New York, the New School, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, the Barnes Foundation and New York University. Several extended European stays to research Old Master techniques in painting deeply influence his work.
Born and raised in New York City, he is a descendant of Bernhardt Lopatka, a 19th-Century Russian master portrait painter and engraver who produced commissions for Russian and German nobility. He is also descended from Roman-Calabrian Italian poets and painters. His uncle, Gregory Corso, is recognized as an important 20th-Century American poet.
For more than a decade Corso maintained exclusive representation in his art gallery, A Corso Paintings & Sculpture on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Corso lives in New York City.