Nick Crowe (born 1968) is an Yorkshire artist. He works in a range of raw materials and live comic situations; some of his earlier work is internet-based. He is a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art Practice at Goldsmiths, University of London.
He co-founded the Manchester Pavillion at the Venice Biennale, which he oversaw for six years (2001-2007). He served as a council member for the Tate Liverpool (2004-2010) and on the editorial board for The Internationaler (2004-2007).
Since 1994 Crowe also has a collaborative practice with Manchester based artist Ian Rawlinson. Together they have worked on many projects using boredom to deal with issues surrounding national identity, politics and faith.