Kim Power is a painter, writer, curator and teacher living in New York City. She has exhibited since 2002 in solo and group shows throughout the U.S., France and The Netherlands. A graduate of the New York Academy of Art (2014), Power has written for The Brooklyn Rail, ARTPULSE magazine, Art Aesthetics magazine and the blogs ArteFuse, The Blue Review, Surface Design Association and Quantum Art Review.

In 2018, Power helped to found and launch Art Grind Podcast and participated as an interviewer and presenter for the first twelve episodes. She has curated and co-curated a number of successful exhibitions, including Natural Proclivities at the Shirley Fiterman Art Center (Borough of Manhattan Community College), Representing: Selected Works from Alumni and Faculty of the New York Academy of Art at Artisan Lofts (Tribeca), On Being (online exhibition, Sculptors Alliance) and Causality (Atlantic Gallery, Chelsea Art District, Manhattan). She has contributed to and moderated panels for Nohra Haime Gallery, Shirley Fiterman Art Center, Lodge Gallery, and the New Hope Arts Center and has conducted live artist interviews at Hionas Gallery and Lodge Gallery as well as online interviews for Abend Gallery and the Sculptors Alliance.

Kim has taught the Masters Critique I-IV Drawing I, and Two-Dimensional Design courses at the New Jersey City University (2019-2020), Branding for a New World (professional art business workshops) at the New York Academy of Art (Spring 2021) and Painting I and Basic Drawing and Composition  at Felician University in Lodi, New Jersey. . Most recently, paintings from her landscape series, This Land, included in the 2019 Artists Off the Grid exhibition, as well as the annual 5 x 5 Project VII have been exhibited at Abend Gallery. Power has produced exhibition essays for Casey Zavaglia’s Unseen exhibition catalogue at the William Shearburn Gallery in St. Louis, Missouri and Patrick Neal’s catalogue of works included in his Peyrelebade exhibition for Oresman Gallery (Brown Fine Arts Center) at Smith College in Northhampton, Massachusetts. Power wrote the introductory essay for Aron Wiesenfeld’s monograph Travelers (now available on Amazon) in 2020.

As Founder and Managing Director of Power Art Projects, Kim provides art writing, curation, F2F and online content for artists, galleries and art publications worldwide. She is a member of ArtTable, “the foremost professional organization dedicated to advancing the leadership of women in the visual arts”.