Daniel S. Palmer is currently an Associate Curator at the Public Art Fund where he has curated exhibitions including Liz Glynn’s Open House, and Commercial Break, an exhibition of digital video and photography by 23 artists exhibited on advertising screens in all five boroughs. Previously, as the Leon Levy Assistant Curator at the Jewish Museum, New York, Palmer co-curated exhibitions including Unorthodox and Repetition and Difference, and curated Masterpieces & Curiosities: Diane Arbus’s Jewish Giant, as well as overseeing the Masterpieces & Curiosities series and public eventsIndependently, Palmer has curated exhibitions including Scarlet Street at Lucien Terras (2016), New York, 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 at Henry Street Settlement’s Abrons Arts Center (2013). He is a contributor to numerous exhibition catalogues and publications, among them The Whitney Museum of American Art’s Hopper Drawing (2013); the Kunstmuseum Bonn’s New York Painting (2015); as well as numerous media outlets, including ARTnewsMousseKaleidoscopeCura, the Exhibitionist, and Guernica, among others.