Albert Herter (b. 1980, San Francisco) holds a BFA in new genres from the San Francisco Art Institute, where he focused primarily on video, installation, and performance. His work has also been the subject of solo exhibitions at Koenig & Clinton, Brooklyn; Partisan Gallery, San Francisco; and San Francisco City Hall. Herter has participated in group exhibitions at: JOAN, Los Angeles; Art in General, New York; Derek Eller, New York; Spiral Gallery, Los Angeles; and Arthouse, McAllen, TX. A pairing of the artist’s drawings and writings was published by Comfortable on a Tightrope and Museums Press in 2015 under the title In the Curtyard: Orchestrated Reduction of the Fantasm. His drawings have also been featured in The Third Rail and Lacanian Ink. In addition to his artistic practice, Herter is a practicing Lacanian psychoanalyst. The artist lives and works in Brooklyn and is represented by Koenig & Clinton, Brooklyn.