Kevin Moore is an independent curator and writer based in New York. His work focuses on the history of photography and contemporary art. He earned a Ph.D. in art history in 2002 from Princeton University and has worked in curatorial departments at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University. Since 2013, he has been the Artistic Director and Curator of FOTOFOCUS, Cincinnati.
Recent exhibitions include Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs: The One-Eyed Thief (Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, 2014-15); David Benjamin Sherry: Western Romance (2014); Vivian Maier: A Quiet Pursuit (2014); Screenings (Paris Photo, Los Angeles, and Lightborne Studios, Cincinnati, 2014); Panopticum (Robert Miller Gallery, New York, 2014); Eve Plays Duchamp (Brancolini Gramaldi, London, 2013); and Alchemical (Steven Kasher Gallery, New York, 2013).
Moore is the author of Real to Real: Photographs from the Traina Collection (de Young Museum, San Francisco, 2012); Starburst: Color Photography in America 1970-1980 (Cincinnati Art Museum, 2010); and Jacques Henri Lartigue: The Invention of an Artist (2004; French version 2012). He is also a contributing author to L’Art de la photographie: 1839 à nos jours (2007); American Paintings at Harvard, Volumes One and Two (2008; 2014); More Than One: Photographs in Sequence (2008); Words Without Pictures (2009); From Diversion to Subversion: Games, Play, and Twentieth-Century Art (2011); Robert Heinecken: Copywork (2012); Foam Magazine (Summer 2012); Else (2012 & 2013); Elena Dorfman: Empire Falling (2013); and Lightning Tree (2014).
Photo Credit : Wilson Reyes