David Kim

Visiting Fellow


David is a graduate of Yale Law School (JD, ’17), at which he was the curator of JUNCTURE: Explorations in Art and Human Rights, an initiative sponsored by the Schell Center for International Human Rights. Since its launch in 2015, the initiative has encompassed research collaborations with artists and writers, fellowships for Yale MFA students, publications, public lectures, and a symposium. 

David is currently a Principal at Incandescent, a boutique management consultancy. He collaborates with curators and artists on projects in connection with property, contract, finance, ethics, and human rights. While an ISP Visiting Fellow, David will serve as an advisor to the Visual Law Project.

David also holds degrees from Harvard University and Columbia University.