Ian Hunt

Ian Hunt

Ian Hunt writes widely on contemporary art, often in the pages of Art Monthly, and is currently a lecturer in fine art at University College for the Creative Arts, Canterbury. As an editor his work includes two volumes of art criticism by Stuart Morgan, What the Butler Saw (Durian, 1996) andInclinations (forthcoming from frieze in 2006). As curator he has worked with Pamela Golden on her retrospective exhibition at the Centro de Arte Moderna, Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, in 2004, and, with Fred Mann, on the exhibition Nightwood (named for Djuna Barnes) at Rhodes + Mann, London in 2002, which included works by the Portuguese poet and artist Ana Hatherly.

He was born in Rochester in 1962, studied foundation for a year at Canterbury College of Art and did a degree in English at Cambridge in the mid-1980s, since when he has lived and worked in London. From 1994 to 2002 he published the poetry imprint Alfred David Editions, including books by Drew Milne, Brian Catling and Stephen Rodefer. His writing includes a story, The Daubers, a monologue on aspects of transmission and possession. Poems have been sporadic, but begin with 'En Echelon', which announces an interest that continues in poetry's relationship with drama.

 

Publications

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Green Light Ian Hunt £4.00, ISBN 978-1-903488-57-7, 2006
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