Medium Rare Artist, Tunie Betesh, (b. 1991) is an artist, born and raised in Brooklyn and currently based in New York City. Tunie received her undergraduate degree at New York University (2013), where she studied Applied Psychology with a focus on music therapy. She was the dark room labs manager at Tisch school of the arts, NYU between 2012-2013. She studied Hebrew while living in Israel in 2013. Tunie worked independently as a painter whilst taking classes at the Art Students League in Manhattan between 2014-2016.
Tunie has shown her work publicly at Two hands restaurant, NYC, 2016, Gender Studies Labors of Love, The New School, 2017, and Venice Art Crawl Fundraiser, Los Angeles, CA, 2018. Tunie is a 2019 graduating MFA Fine Arts student at Parsons School of Design, NY. Tunie’s upcoming group exhibitions include, Fashion Night Out Art Show, The Set, NYC, 2019, the show is raising money to end child trafficking. Additionally, Tunie will show her work amongst her graduating class in a show called, Beneath them was Forever (Parsons Thesis Show),Westbeth Gallery, NYC, 2019.