Image: Still from E.S.P. TV, Work: Episode 2 #106 (2017), analog video

David Everitt Howe is a Brooklyn-based writer and curator currently working on a book-length manuscript of experimental criticism, theory, and autobiography. As Senior Arts Editor for Pioneer Works's online magazine, Broadcast, he commissions essays and short stories by the likes of Gary Indiana, Chris Kraus, Eileen Myles, Lauren O-Neill-Butler, and Wendy Vogel, among others.

Previously, Howe organized exhibitions and performances by Patty Chang, Jimmy DeSana, Doreen Lynette Garner and Kenya (Robinson), Gerard & Kelly, Nan Goldin, Dynasty Handbag, and Kathleen White, among others, at spaces including Abrons Arts Center, The Kitchen, MoMA PS1, Participant Inc, and Pioneer Works. His writing regularly appears in Artforum, Art in AmericaBOMB—where he's a contributing editor in visual arts—Pioneer Works Broadcast, Frieze, and Mousse. He holds an MA in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies from Columbia University and has served as visiting critic at Art Omi, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, ISCP, Rhode Island School of Design, Parsons, and School of Visual Arts.

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