Luther Price lives and works in Revere, Massachusetts. His work in film, performance, and installation has been shown extensively, nationally and internationally. His work was recently acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, and is currently on exhibition in Cut to Swipe. He recently had a solo show at the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts in Cambridge, MA. Recent exhibitions and film screenings include Luther Price Lost and Found, transmediale, Berlin, 2014; Now and Forever, CIRCUS Gallery, Berlin, 2013; How Deep is Your Love? Dirty Looks at MoMA/PS1, 2013; E’wao Kagoshima and Luther Price, Vilma Gold, London, 2013; James and Audrey Foster Prize, ICA, Boston, 2013; Luther Price Retrospective, International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, curated by Ed Halter, 2013; Xavier Hufkens, Belgium, curated by Clarissa Dalrymple, 2013; Tom Rhoads (Luther Price), Dirty Looks at The Kitchen, New York, 2013; 7 Films by Luther Price, ICA, London, 2012; Second Nature: Abstract Photography Then and Now, DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA, 2012; #9, Callicoon Fine Arts, New York, 2012; Whitney Biennial, 2012; A Luther Price Bestiary, Views from the Avant-Garde, New York Film Festival, Curated by Mark McElhatten and Gavin Smith, 2012; Alone in the Dark: Projected Phobias, San Francisco Cinematheque, 2010. Earlier noteworthy participations include We Melt Away (A Walking Picture Palace of Ice), Light Industry, Brooklyn, NY, 2008; On The Collective for Living Cinema, Programmed by Mark McElhatten, Orchard, New York, 2007; Project Cotton Candy, with Katharine Finneran, Performa05 at Participant Inc, NY; The American Century: Art & Culture 1900–2000, Whitney Museum of American Art, 2000; Imitation Of Life, Thread Waxing Space, NY, 1999; Big as Life: An American History of Super8 Film, MoMA, NY, 1999; Clown, Total Mobile Home, San Francisco, 1994; Slow Shuffles, Fast Glances: New Work From Boston, curated by Saul Levine, San Francisco Cinematheque, 1990; among many other institutions and film festivals. Price studied Sculpture and Media/Performing Arts at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (BFA 1987).