Daniel Horowitz

Biography - Daniel Horowitz

Daniel Horowitz lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

His work has been the subject of international solo and group exhibitions - from New York, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Warsaw, Berlin, Leipzig, Paris, Split, Barcelona and Montreal. He first gained recognition for his series of daily drawings, 365, exhibited in 2012 at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn, NY, and subsequently shown internationally at Christie’s New York, The Direktorenhaus in Berlin(, and the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw (2014). In 2014, Horowitz won artist residencies at Pioneer Works and Residency Unlimited, both in Brooklyn, NY, and the Karen Huber Gallery in Mexico City. In 2015, Horowitz was invited for a two-month residency at the Espronceda Art Center in Barcelona, awarded a two-week workshop in upstate NY by Triangle Residency, and won a prestigious residency at the Spinnerei Art Center in Leipzig, Germany.

The Joyce Yahouda Gallery presented his work in two of its exhibitions: one in Montreal in 2013 and one in New York in 2015.