Zoë Tirado is a multidisciplinary artist living in Staten Island, New York. She received her BFA in Fine Arts from The School of Visual Arts in 2014. Her work is self reflective and deeply personal. Often referencing her own search to define womanhood and femininity, Zoë's work explores the female body, the abject and identity.
She has curated and participated in many shows around the island and NYC, including but not limited to Enter Sandman: An Art Show Dedicated to Nightmares and Dreams, Ghost House, So Many Teeth and co-created the publication Whatever Mom.
During the day Zoë is a Program Manager, researching, developing and implementing educational art programs at the Staten Island Children's Museum. Additionally, she continues working at her family's bar Killmeyer's Old Bavaria Inn.