San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
BALTIC 39 Common Room
Friday 24 April / 10.00 – 12.00
Matt Price will lead a discussion about managing a multi-faceted practice drawing from his own experience working in curating, writing, publishing, editing, printing.
With a degree in art history from the University of Nottingham and an MA in curating from the Royal College of Art, Price started out as an editor for Hans Ulrich Obrist before being appointed Managing Editor of Flash Art International, Milan. He has since worked as Deputy Editor of ArtReview and Publications Manager at Serpentine Gallery. In addition to Flash Art and ArtReview, he has written for A-n, Art Monthly, Frieze, Modern Painters and The Guardian. He regularly curates exhibitions, including: ‘Sound in Z’ with Jeremy Deller for the Palais de Tokyo, Paris; ‘Works on Paper’ for Adrian Ghenie at Plan B, Berlin; ‘The Witching Hour’ with Matthew Collings for Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery; ‘Under the Radar’ for Serban Savu at Pitzhanger Manor, London, and ‘Some Domestic Incidents’, the exhibition of British painting for the Prague Biennale 5.
Price has edited publications for international publishing houses including Phaidon, Rizzoli, Hatje Cantz and Koenig Books as well as for public and commercial gallery clients. He edited Phaidon's international anthology of contemporary painting, Vitamin P2 (2011) and the drawing anthology, Vitamin D2 (2013), and was project editor for Hernan Bas’s monograph from Rizzoli (2014). He has edited titles for artists, architects and designers including Gerhard Richter, Ai Weiwei / Herzog & de Meuron, Jitish Kallat, Justin Mortimer, Dani Marti and The Campana Brothers. He also provides editorial services on selected projects, including for Rizzoli’s publications on Marc Jacobs / Louis Vuitton and Valentino, and for the survey from Thames & Hudson / Walther Koenig of the projects of David Chipperfield Architects (2013). He continues to work on editorial projects for Hans Ulrich Obrist and the Serpentine Galleries.
That afternoon Price will be offering 1-2-1 mentoring sessions to four artists. To apply for this opportunity please contact email@example.com for an application form.
Deadline: 14.00 Thursday 16 April 2015.
BALTIC 39 Common Room
BALTIC 39 Common Room is an opportunity for bi-monthly meetings of artists and arts professionals to have peer led conversation about arts practice, to share practical advice and talk through common questions. Each session takes a different focus to stimulate dialogue on developing, managing and sustaining a professional practice. There will also be a chance to share news and promote upcoming projects to a peer network. Read more