Kevin Zucker (b.1976) is a New York–based artist who has had solo shows at Greenberg Van Doren, Mary Boone Gallery and LFL Gallery in New York; Jablonka Luehn in Cologne; Paolo Curti + Co. in Milan and Arario Gallery in Beijing. He has been featured in group exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center and The Moore Space, among others. Zucker has published his writing, curated shows for Guild + Greyshkul and Mary Boone Gallery and taught extensively. His work has been written about in numerous publications, including Artforum, Flash Art, Art in America, Modern Painters, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Village Voice and The Brooklyn Rail and is represented in public and private collections worldwide, including Collezione Maramotti, The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, The Progressive Corporation Collection and The Whitney Museum of American Art.
Academic areas of interest
Zucker is interested in morgues, completists, the last shot in Raiders, TAT and MMPI, LeBrun’s conference sur l’expression générale et particulière, dummy text, graphics standards and the origins of 3D (the Stanford Bunny, Utah Teapot, and Lena), market circuit breakers, Enfield MA, Art Bell, “kill screens,” JLB’s “An English Version of the Oldest Songs in the World,” SCIFs, practical effects, melodrama, Baroque theater sets, SketchUp sculpture, artifice, wishbones, error messages, the appearance of meaning, scambaiters, Transnistria, Robert Burton, Big Rigs 2: Over the Road Racing, storage, display, loss, regret, etc.