Art & Dialogue: Houston is currently postponed and will be rescheduled.

Artadia and the Museum of Fine Art Houston’s Core Residency Program have invited Daniel S. Palmer, Curator at The Public Art Fund in New York City, to give a free public program. Date to be confirmed.

POSTPONED: Thursday, April 16: 7-8pm

Museum of Fine Art Houston, Core Residency Program
Favrot Auditorium at the Glassell School of Art
5101 Montrose Boulevard
Houston, TX 77006

Daniel S. Palmer is currently the Curator at Public Art Fund, New York, where he has organized exhibitions including: Jean-Marie Appriou: The Horses (2019), Carmen Herrera: Estructuras Monumentales (2019), Harold Ancart: Subliminal Standard (2019), Tony Oursler: Tear of the Cloud (2018), B. Wurtz: Kitchen Trees (2018), Erwin Wurm: Hot Dog Bus (2018), Liz Glynn: Open House (2017), and co-curated Commercial Break (2017), an exhibition of digital video and photography by 23 artists exhibited on advertising screens in all five boroughs. Palmer also assisted Public Art Fund Director and Chief Curator Nicholas Baume on Ai Weiwei’s citywide exhibition Good Fences Make Good Neighbors (2017), a 300+ work exhibition that responded to the global migration crisis.

Previously, as the Leon Levy Assistant Curator at the Jewish Museum, New York, Palmer assisted Esther Da Costa Meyer on Pierre Chareau: Modern Architecture and Design (2016), co-curated exhibitions including Unorthodox (2015) and Repetition and Difference (2015), and curated Masterpieces & Curiosities: Diane Arbus’s Jewish Giant (2014). Independently, Palmer has curated exhibitions including Scarlet Street at Lucien Terras, New York (2016), Lucas Samaras Pastels at Craig F. Starr Gallery, New York (2013), and co-curated Decenter: An Exhibition on the Centenary of the 1913 Armory Show with Andrianna Campbell at Henry Street Settlement’s Abrons Arts Center (2013).

He is a contributor to exhibition catalogues and publications, including The Whitney Museum of American Art’s Hopper Drawing (2013), an exhibition for which he also conducted research; the Kunstmuseum Bonn’s New York Painting (2015); as well as numerous media outlets including L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui, ARTnews, The Brooklyn Rail, Guernica, Kaleidoscope, and Mousse, among others.