Tim Kent received his Bachelors in 2001 in Fine Art and Art History from Hunter College NY. From 2002-4, he helped organize TAG Projects, an artist run collective that took over large spaces and set up public art events.
From 2004-2005 he completed an MA in Visual Culture at the University of Sussex at West Dean College (UK) gaining a distinction as well as being awarded the Vice Chancellors Award for Excellence for his thesis. Shortly afterward he exhibited with Moncrieff- Bray Gallery (UK) working with artist Pippa Blake on the Flux Project (2005) which centered on a three month residency at the gallery. This was followed by two solo shows in England, the first at Queen Street Gallery in 2006 and then again with Moncrieff- Bray in 2007, both were met with commercial success. Since 2007 he has worked with the designer Miles Redd, Hugo Boss and Max Mara, and has lectured at universities in the United States and the United Kingdom. His most recent solo show "All That is Solid Melts Into The Air" was held Factory Fresh in Brooklyn. In 2010 he will exhibit in London with Moncrieff-Bray.