David Kennedy Cutler is a Brooklyn-based artist born in Sandgate, Vermont. His solo exhibitions include Derek Eller Gallery, New York (2009, 2012) and Nice & Fit, Berlin (2004, 2006). Cutler’s work has been shown in numerous group exhibitions, including Low, Lyles & King, New York (2016); Pure Pulp, Wellin Museum at Hamilton College, Clinton and The Dedalus Foundation, Brooklyn (2016); Beyond the Surface: Image as Object, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Philadelphia (2015), and Eric’s Trip, Lisa Cooley Gallery, New York (2014). Cutler has been awarded a Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Artist Residency (2012-2013), the SIP Fellowship from Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop (2012), a Workspace Residency with Dieu Donné (2010), an Award for Artists from Printed Matter (2012), and an Emergency Grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts (2008). His work has been featured in publications including Artforum, Art in America, Flash Art, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Modern Painters, and The Washington Post. Cutler received his B.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design.