ANTHONY

HUFFMAN

From: Corbin, KY

Based in: Brooklyn, NY

Born: 1991

Main Artistic Themes: Curator

Web: academia.edu/AnthonyHuffman  

Huffman is an art historian, independent curator, and cultural critic. He has held short-term curatorial posts with private collectors, art non-profits, museums, and commercial galleries.

 

Most recently, he served as an assistant project manager for the Arts & Design division of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), where he helped manage the permanent Percent for Art collection and develop contemporary, site-specific art installations throughout the New York City subway

University of Kentucky Art Museum
Norton Center of The Arts Danville, Kent
Cleveland Museum of Art
Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati
Cleveland Musuem of Art
MTA New York Art Collection
Passage at 74th Broadway station
By artist Tom Patti
Lexington Art League, Kentucky
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ABOUT THE CURATOR

Huffman graduated cum laude from Centre College with a Bachelor of Arts in Government and a minor in Art History in May 2014. After a fulfilling gap year of interning for various cultural institutions he enrolled in the joint graduate program in art history between Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) and the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA).

 

Over the past two years, Huffman has gained familiarity with diverse methodological approaches; obtained grants to fund research trips; developed lesson plans, delivered lectures, and led museum gallery tours while serving as a graduate teaching assistant; and presented the results of his research projects at professional conferences.

During his Master's program his academic concentration included nineteenth-century French visual culture, European modernist avant-garde art, and select topics in contemporary art practice and theory.

Currently, he is working on a research initiative for De-Construkt Projects in Red Hook, Brooklyn where he will curate a community meal in collaboration with local chefs in order to highlight, preserve, and imaginatively re-present the rich maritime history of the neighborhood in the form of a historically significant dish.

Selected Institutions

MTA New York

Position: Assistant Project Manager

2018

New York, NY

Cleveland Museum of Art

Position: Session Co-Chair

2013

Cleveland, Ohio