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Daniel Horowitz

Former Pioneer Works artist-in-residence Daniel Horowitz sits down with Kristian Nammack and discusses the experience of his residency and how it left him changed as an artist. He expands on the benefits of leaving his commercial, daily-grind life behind to work full time on his painting, and how his residency plucked him from his comfort zone and set him down in a laboratory of experimentation, forcing him to confront his personal fears publicly and allowing him to discover his artistic identity.

Daniel Horowitz is a Brooklyn-based artist working in a variety of media whose work has been exhibited in New York as well as internationally. Horowitz is the winner of the Scope Miami 2011 Artists Wanted competition in painting. In March of 2012, Horowitz debuted his diurnal series of 365 drawings at The Invisible Dog Art Center in NY, which has subsequently been exhibited in part at Christie’s New York, The Direktorenhaus in Berlin, and most recently at the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art. In March of 2014 Horowitz exhibited the first 100 Drawings of his метаморфоза Series at the L’inlassable Galerie in Paris France


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