Max Eternity
Since 2009
Works in Atlanta United States of America

At the apex of art, technology and performance, Max Eternity is a renowned creative. He’s a featured arts and humanities writer at Truthout and [formerly at] The Huffington Post. Eternity is the founder of the Eternity Group, which publishes, Art Digital Magazine (AD MAG) and other fine sites - which receive more than a million hits per month. Eternity is also a consultant specializing in a variety of proven competencies. In his role as a cultural heritage advocate, Eternity penned the successful nomination to the World Monuments Fund (WMF) of the endangered Marcel Breuer designed Atlanta-Fulton Central Public Library - which resulted in that site being listed on the WMF’s 2010 Watch List - the youngest of all sites on a list which includes sites dating back up to 2 million years. Also known for his high-caliber feature-length interviews, Eternity has interviewed such notables as Barry Bergdoll, Chief Curator of Architecture at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Dr. Cornel West of Princeton University, Whitney Museum curator Christiane Paul - and many others. Eternity is the author of "Collecting Digital Prints", a peer-reviewed white paper, and he has more than 20 inventions in various stages of development.