David Senior is the Bibliographer at the Museum of Modern Art Library in New York. He manages the development of the library’s collection with a particular focus on artists’ publications and other experimental publications in the fields of modern and contemporary art and design. Senior has lectured widely on the history of artists' publications and modes of archiving avant garde art activities of the 20th century. His writing has recently appeared in C Magazine, Frieze, Dot Dot Dot, and the Bulletin of the Serving Library. For the past four years, he has published an artist's book series through the Contemporary Artists' Book Conference and Printed Matter, which includes publications by Dexter Sinister, David Horvitz, Emily Roysdon and Aaron Flint Jamison, and he also curates the annual program of events for the New York Art Book Fair at PS1. Since 2008, this program has involved over 100 performances, talks, screenings and concerts. He curated "Access to Tools: Publications from the Whole Earth Catalog, 1968-1974" as part of the MoMA Library’s 2011 exhibition program. The library's Whole Earth Catalog show was the subject of feature articles in the New York Times, Frieze, Nature, C Magazine in Toronto, and artinfo. In 2012, he organized two library exhibitions at MoMA, "Scenes from Zagreb" and "Millennium Magazines" and assisted with the current museum show, "Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language."