For the past twenty years, David Hunt has been an independent curator and writer based in New York, focusing on contemporary art.
He has been the News Editor of Flash Art International, the New York Editor of art/text, and has contributed frequently to both of those publications as well as frieze, BOMB, Tema Celeste, and Time Out New York. His short fiction was adapted for the film STEREOMONGREL, directed by Luis Gispert and Jeffrey Reed, which debuted at the Whitney Museum in 2005.
Mr. Hunt has lectured at Yale, Columbia, NYU, Cranbrook, ISCP, VCU, Sotheby's, the Clark Institute, and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Recent publications include: Proof of Life, Affidavit | Cultural Counsel, NYC, 2016; Werner Buttner: Poor Souls, Marlborough Contemporary, NYC, 2016; Wrong's What I Do Best, San Francisco Art Institute (Walter & McBean Galleries), 2014; and Prospect 3: "Notes for Now," Prospect Biennial, New Orleans, PRESTEL, 2014.
His projects have been reviewed and discussed in the New York Times, Art in America, The New Yorker and The Economist to name but a few.
A graduate of the University of California, Berkeley with a BA in English Literature, Mr. Hunt currently resides in Northern California.