Matt Price is an independent contemporary art publisher, editor and curator working in London and Wiltshire. With a degree in art history from the University of Nottingham and an MA in curating from the Royal College of Art, he started out as an editor for Hans Ulrich Obrist before being appointed Managing Editor of Flash Art International, Milan. He has since worked as Deputy Editor of ArtReview and Publications Manager at Serpentine Gallery.

Price has edited publications for international publishing houses including Phaidon, Rizzoli, Hatje Cantz, Thames & Hudson and Koenig Books as well as for public and commercial gallery clients. In addition to brokering publishing partnerships and contributing to editorial teams on many titles, he has edited around forty catalogues and publications, including Phaidon's international anthology of contemporary painting, Vitamin P2 (2011), the drawing anthology, Vitamin D2 (2013), Sound in Z for Koenig Books (2013), Hernan Bas for Rizzoli (2014), Double War: Shaun Gladwell for Thames & Hudson Australia (2015), and Daniel Pitín for Hatje Cantz (2015). He has edited titles for artists, architects and designers including Gerhard Richter, Ai Weiwei / Herzog & de Meuron, Wangechi Mutu, Tal R, Eric Fischl, Yayoi Kusama, Idris Khan and The Campana Brothers.

In 2013 Price set up Anomie Publishing, a publishing house that works in partnership with public and private arts organisations to produce and distribute high-quality small and medium print run titles internationally.

As well as his publishing and editorial work, Price has curated or co-curated around twenty exhibitions and curated projects, including: ‘Sound in Z’ with Jeremy Deller for the Palais de Tokyo, Paris; ‘Works on Paper’ for Adrian Ghenie at Plan B, Berlin; ‘The Witching Hour’ with Matthew Collings for Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery; ‘Under the Radar’ for Serban Savu at Pitzhanger Manor, London, and ‘Some Domestic Incidents’, the exhibition of British painting for the Prague Biennale 5. He has written over one hundred published essays, articles, reviews and interviews in books and catalogues and for magazines such as A-n, Art Monthly, ArtReview, Frieze, Flash Art and Modern Painters.