Richard Flood is Director of Special Projects & Curator at the New Museum in New York. Chief curator at the New Museum since 2005, prior to his 2005 appointment, Flood was Chief Curator of the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, where he organized a wide range of exhibitions, including Brilliant!: New Art from London; Zero to Infinity: Arte Povera 1962-1972 and solo exhibitions on the work of Robert Gober, Sigmar Polke, and Matthew Barney. Flood was previously curator of P.S.1, director of the Barbara Gladstone Gallery, and managing editor of Artforum magazine. Flood organized Jeffrey Inaba’s Donor Hall for the New Museum.