Daniel B. Horowitz is a Brooklyn-based artist working across a range of media whose work has been exhibited both in New York and internationally. After winning the Scope Miami 2011 Artists Wanted competition in painting, Horowitz debuted his diurnal series of 365 drawings 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 most recently at the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art. In March 2014, L’inlassable Galerie in Paris showed the first 100 drawings of Horowitz’s метаморфоза series, after which he completed a painting residency at the Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation with the prestigious Residency Unlimited, culminating in an exhibition entitled, “Camouflage.” Most recently, the Karen Huber Gallery presented “Ceremony Interrupted”, Horowitz’ debut solo exhibition in Mexico City in October of 2014. Daniel Horowitz has been a member of Artist Pension Trust since 2013.
“Daniel's drawings are like memories from a dream: mysterious, somewhat indescribable, filled with incongruous images and very beautiful.”
- Lucien Zayan, Director & CEO The Invisible Art Center
“Daniel is equal parts playful and careful. His works are unlike anything I have ever seen before. Each one is bursting with metaphor, pun, whimsy, and most thrilling: narrative. But his cleverness never flattens the image. As an illustrator, he has the uncanny ability to not just distill a concept, not just capture it, but deepen it. They are celebrations in miniature. They are stories unto themselves.”
- Lulu Miller, Associate Producer Radiolab.org
"Daniel Horowitz brings his painting to a fantastic world, a world of his own imagination that I couldn't follow even in my dreams."
- JR Artist, TED Prize recipient
“When a copy of Daniel Horowitz's book "365" arrived in the office, the work inside was so delicious three of us here actually fought over who could keep it. The book sat in neutral territory for months as we devoured its pages, but finally, Peggy, our editor at DART, won and got to take it home.”
- Mark Heflin, Director, American Illustration