Daniel Pfalzgraf is a multi-media artist and curator who has been exhibiting art professionally for twenty years. He is currently the Curator for the Carnegie Center for Art & History in New Albany, Indiana. Pfalzgraf was also previously Director of The Green Building Gallery, Director of Media Services at B. Deemer Gallery, and an assistant preparator at the Speed Art Museum (all in Louisville, Kentucky) and was the Media Coordinator at Bill Lowe Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia. He has also worked as an independent curator creating exhibitions under the name of LoCAL.gallery.

Pfalzgraf’s art is represented by Swanson Contemporary in Louisville, KY. His current series of work, “Kentucky Game” are blind contour drawings on paper painted in with oil paint and other mixed media and explore the themes of attraction, hunting, and collecting.

Pfalzgraf received a BFA from Murray State University (1999) in sculpture and drawing, and is working on an MBA from Indiana University Southeast (expected graduation in summer 2018). He has exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions in Louisville and Atlanta.

Photo credit: Frankie Steele

Speed Art Museum "Art After Dark"