Fionn Meade is a writer and curator based in New York. He has most recently been Curator at SculptureCenter, NY, where exhibitions include Scene, Hold, Ballast, with David Maljkovic and Lucy Skaer, and such group exhibitions as Time Again, Knight's Move, a survey of new sculpture in New York, and Leopards in the Temple. Additional recent curatorial projects also include Nachleben, co-organized with Lucy Raven at Goethe Institut, NY, which engaged Aby Warburg's thinking and After Images at the Jewish Museum of Belgium. He has previously been a curator at the Henry Art Gallery and worked with Tom Eccles on Rachel Harrison: Consider the Lobster, and Maria Lind on The Greenroom at the Hessel Museum of Art and CCS Bard Galleries. His writing appears in Artforum, Bomb, Bidoun, The Fillip Review, Mousse, Spike Quarterly, and Parkett, among other publications, and he was the recipient of an Arts Writer Grant from Creative Capital and the Andy Warhol Foundation. Recent catalog writing includes essays on Elad Lassry for the Kunsthalle Zürich (JRP/Ringier), and Mark Morrisroe for the Fotomuseum Winterthur (JRP/Ringier).
He is currently a faculty member at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, and in the MFA program for Visual Arts, Columbia University.