Nick Angelo (b. 1990, Los Angeles, California) is a Los Angeles-based artist. He holds a BA in Urban Studies from The Eugene Lang College for Liberal Arts at the New School in New York City, and is a current MFA Candidate at the California Institute of the Arts. Recent exhibitions include The Shed Echo Park and Club Pro Los Angeles. He co-curated the On Ishton’s Porch group exhibition at Ho Yee Chan Gallery, Los Angeles, in 2016.

Angelo’s work documents situations and stories from a broad range of political, social, and psychological phenomena through the creation of drawings, paintings, photographs, and sculptures that employ his own subjectivity as an indexical tool. Using maps, topographies, aerial images, architectural representations and site-specific materials, the finished works seek to examine and diagram various current and historical narratives through the reevalution of subjective and objective relationships that take place on specific landscapes. Through a variety of mediums, Angelo’s work opens up a conceptualist space that is heavily process-based and anthropologically driven, and provides information regarding a range of political, social, and psychological topics, namely mental health, addiction, "insanity", power relations, institutional critique, and gentrification. His childhood and adolescent experiences growing up in northeast Los Angeles are central references in his practice.