David Senior is the Senior Bibliographer at the Museum of Modern Art Library, where he manages collection development, including the library’s artists’ books collection. Senior lectures often on the history of artists' publications and contemporary art and design publishing. He also curates exhibitions of MoMA Library materials including: THE ELECTRO-LIBRARY (2016), Ray Johnson Designs (2014), Please Come to the Show (2013), Millennium Magazines (2012), Access to Tools: Publications from the Whole Earth Catalog, 1968–74 (2011). His current show Back in Time with Time-Based Works: Artists’ Books at Franklin Furnace, 1976–1980, is on view at MoMA until Jan. 8, 2017. In November 2016, he opens an exhibition entitled, Thoughts Isolated: The Foksal Gallery Archives, 1966-2016, at the James Gallery at CUNY Graduate Center to celebrate the Warsaw-based gallery's fiftieth anniversary. Please Come to the Show, a book documenting his exhibition of artists' invitations and show flyers from the MoMA Library, was published by Occasional Papers in 2014. His writing has appeared in Frieze, Dot Dot Dot, Bulletins of the Serving Library, ART PAPERS, and C Magazine. He organizes a regular program of events for Printed Matter's New York Art Book Fair and the LA Art Book Fair called the Classroom. Senior edited an artist book series through Printed Matter and the NYABF from 2008-2014, which included publications with Dexter Sinister, David Horvitz, Emily Roysdon, Aaron Flint Jamison, James Hoff and Eve Fowler. He serves on the advisory committees of Printed Matter, Art Metropole and Art Resources Transfer and the board of directors of Primary Information and Yale Union.