David Everitt Howe

David Everitt Howe is a Red Hook, Brooklyn-based critic and curator. He received his BFA in Fibers from the Savannah College of Art and Design, and his MA in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies from Columbia University. His recent curated exhibitions, performances, and screenings include “Charles Harlan: Flood”, Pioneer Works (2016); “Dynasty Handbag: Good Morning Evening Feelings”, The Kitchen (2015); “Emily Roysdon: If Only a Wave”, Participant Inc (2015); Julie Zando and Abigail Child, MoMA PS1 (2013); “Einat Amir and Jonathan VanDyke for Performa 09 and 13, respectively; and Yve Laris Cohen: Duet” and “Bryan Zanisnik: Every Inch a Man”, Abrons Arts Center (2011), all in New York. His writing has appeared in The Village VoiceArt PapersArt in AmericaFlash Art International, BOMBModern PaintersPaper MonumentFriezeKaleidoscopeMousseAfterall and Art Review, where he’s a contributing editor. He also maintains a blog, “Baudrillard’s at Bergdorf”. Howe was the 2011-2012 Curator-in-Residence at Abrons Arts Center, while from 2012-2014 he was Associate Director for Dirty Looks, helping launch “Dirty Looks: On Location”, a New York City-wide, itinerant queer screening series. From 2012-2015 he was Curatorial/Development Associate at Participant Inc and Curator at NYPAC, the New York Performance Artists Collective. Currently, he’s Curator/Editor at Pioneer Works and Online Art Editor at BOMB.