Scott Hunt creates figurative charcoal and pastel works on paper that are narrative and allegorical. The drawings are meticulously crafted and intensely enigmatic and mysterious. The viewer encounters traditional visions of American life while uncovering a darker narrative.
Solo shows: Coullaud & Koulinsky, Paris (2014); Schroeder Romero & Shredder, NY (2012); Goff + Rosenthal Galleries, NY, Berlin (2006–08); Russell Projects, Richmond, VA (2010), Robert Goff Gallery, NEXT CHICAGO art fair 2010.
Group shows: Skidmore College, NY; Wartburg State College, IA; Cream Contemporary, Berlin; Salomon Contemporary, Easthampton, NY; Coullaud & Koulinsky, Paris; American Contemporary Artists, cu- rated Beth Rudin deWoody, Shizaru Gallery London.
Work appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Harpers, The Atlantic Monthly, Esquire, GQ Magazine. His book, Twice Told: Origi- nal Stories Inspired by Original Art (Dutton). Fellowship: The New York Foundation for the Arts,Grant: The Pollock-Krasner Foundation. Inter- national collections: Colecção Madeira Corporate Services Collection, Portugal, permanent collection Contemporary Art Museum, Jerusalem.