Matt Price curates exhibitions for public and private galleries, sometimes as a result of proposals, other times on invitation. Ranging from large-scale group exhibitions to significant solo shows, he has worked with major public institutions such as the Palais de Tokyo (Paris) and ambitious young galleries such as Plan B (Berlin and Cluj), often working with emerging artists at crucial times in their career development, most notably Adrian Ghenie, Serban Savu and Justin Mortimer.

His group exhibitions, at venues including the Prague Biennale, MAC Birmingham, Pitzhanger Manor and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery have included works by prominent artists such as Hurvin Anderson, Roger Hiorns, Idris Khan, George Shaw and Gillian Wearing, and emerging names such as Caroline Walker, Anna Freeman Bentley, Oliver Clegg, Tsai & Yoshikawa, Matthew Krishanu and Cara Nahaul.

In addition to curating, he regularly works on exhibitions in other capacities, such as preparing press materials, writing exhibition texts, artist management, giving talks, hosting events or conducting in-conversations with artists.

Selected Exhibitions:
• Prague Biennale 5: Some Domestic Incidents
• Pitzhanger Manor, London: Serban Savu – Under the Radar
• BMAG, Birmingham: The Witching Hour – Darkness and the Uncanny
• Master Piper, London: Justin Mortimer – In Your Own Village
• Palais de Tokyo, Paris: Sound in Z
• Plan B, Berlin: Adrian Ghenie – Works on Paper