Daniel B. Horowitz was born in 1978 in New York, and currently lives and works in Brooklyn. Horowitz gained recognition as an artist for his diurnal 365 drawings series, which debuted in March 2012 at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn, NY, an exhibit that has subsequently been displayed in part at Christie’s New York, at the Direktorenhaus in Berlin, and at the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art. In 2014, Horowitz was awarded artist residencies at Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation and Residency Unlimited in New York, and Galeria Karen Huber in Mexico City. His recent work, which has grown to encompass drawing, painting, and mixed media collages, has been exhibited in curated solo and group exhibitions nationally in New York and San Francisco, and internationally in Mexico, France, Poland, Canada, Switzerland, and Germany. In 2015, Horowitz will participate and exhibit with the Leipzig International Art Programme in Germany. Horowitz has been a member of the Artist Pension Trust since 2013.