David Henderson

Born in in Atlanta Georgia in 1956, David Henderson is a New York based artist whose sculptures transform materials such as wood, fiberglass and steel into grand organic shapes inspired by nature, movement and sound. David Henderson studied sculpture with William Tucker, George Sugarman, and Vito Acconci, earning his M.F.A. from Columbia in 1981, and B.A. from Bard College in 1978. Henderson has shown his works in Solo Exhibitions at Knoedler Gallery, Smack Mellon, Michael Steinberg Fine Arts, KFCA, Studio10 in New York City; and at William Siegal Gallery in Santa Fe. He has also been in numerous shows across the country and internationally. His large, modular installation, "A Brief History of Aviation", has been exhibited at eight venues from New York, NY to Auburn, Alabama, and has been featured in numerous art and design blogs and magazines around the world. His collaborative sculpture/sound installation with his brother Douglas Henderson has had three museum shows across Germany. He has been reviewed in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the New Yorker, Art News, Sculpture Magazine, Hyperallergic, and others. David Henderson currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.