Michael Hart is an American photographer and producer living in Barcelona, Spain. He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1981 and grew up in a suburb of Fort Worth, Texas.
Hart’s photography has been published in Art Forum, The Boston Globe, Contact Quarterly, El Pais, The Guardian, Haaretz, The Juilliard Journal, Les Inrockuptibles, L'Officiel Hommes, The Miami Herald, Mouvement, The Movement Research Performance Journal, The New York Times Style Magazine, PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, Time Out NYC, The Village Voice, Volt Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal.
From 2003-2009 he lived in New York City producing music concerts, dance performances and art exhibitions at Chez Bushwick, The Center for Performance Research, Dance Theater Workshop, Danspace Project, Gallery
138, Jacob’s Pillow, The Juilliard School, The Kitchen, The Park Avenue Armory, The Ronald Feldman Gallery, Sikkema Jenkins Gallery, The Spectrum, The Watermill Center and most recently at the Abrons Arts Center in
January of 2017.
In 2008 he was introduced to Mx Justin Vivan Bond by film maker Charles Herman-Wurmfeld and has assisted Vivian since in producing performances at the Abrons Arts Center, Frieze London, The Hudson Lodge, Joe’s
Pub, The Oasis: San Francisco, The Skirball Center at NYU and most recently in February of 2018, at the Appel Room at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Since 2008 he’s been touring internationally, working as the assistant to American Choreographer Trajal Harrell, producing performances and performance exhibitions at The Barbican Centre, CCS Bard Galleries, Centre
National De La Danse, The Hammer Museum, MoMA, MoMA PS1, Montpellier Danse, MUDAM Luxembourg, Museu de Arte do Rio, New York Live Arts, Palais De Tokyo, Sala Hiroshima and The Walker Arts Center.
In Barcelona he’s produced performances and events at Espai Erre, Espacio Práctico, Sala Hiroshima, Monkey Town: Barcelona, La Poderosa, and is currently producing art exhibitions, music concerts and performances full
time at Bar Rufián in Poble Sec.