Anthony Titus was born in New York City in 1975, where he studied architecture and received a Bachelor of Architecture from The Cooper Union. He completed his graduate studies in Fine Arts at the University of Chicago in 2001. Upon returning to New York City in 2001he founded an independent studio of art and architectural practice and research. Since 2002 he has taught architecture at The Cooper Union, Pratt Institute and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He has also acted as an invited guest and critic at Columbia University, Art Center, Parsons, Yale University and Cornell University.
In his 2009 solo exhibition Violence >Silence at Museum 52 in New York City, he exhibited a series of large scale paintings exploring the relationships between abstraction and cultural memory. He ha exhibited in numerous group exhibitions in the United States and abroad and is currently included in The 2010 Kings County Biennial, Brooklyn, New York. He is currently engaged in writing a book and producing a series of projects which engage and explore the relationship between contemporary art, philosophy and technology.