Totem & Taboo

Totem & Taboo, an exhibition of new works by Daniel Horowitz, will open on November 12th at Tillou Fine Art, located in an historic Clinton Hill brownstone. The exhibition will feature works on paper and paintings on raw linen stitched with textiles, juxtaposed with ethnographic artifacts from various private collections. Totem & Taboo will be accompanied by a series of salon-style interdisciplinary conversations and happenings with experts from a variety of fields, including art, anthropology, music and psychology. 

November 12, 2016 - January 21, 2017 

WHAT : TOTEM & TABOO, works by Daniel Horowitz
WHEN : November 12, 2016 - January 21, 2017
WHERE : TILLOU FINE ART, 59 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn NY 11238 (Clinton Hill) 

HOURS: Thursday through Saturday, 12-6PM and by appointment
CONTACT : Michelle Tillou I I 1 917-912-3922 


Musée de la Chasse et de Nature

In this body of 20 works commissioned by the Musée de la Chasse et de Nature, I dive into the exercise of pseudo-historical documentation - retelling a fictive safari expedition by subverting original 18th, 19th and early 20th century artifacts to explore the art of hunting, as a metaphor for man’s quest of self. By seamlessly integrating the counterfeit historical work back into the permanent collection of the Museum among many other genuine objects from the past, the exhibition confuses what is “museological objectivation” and “ontological engineering” to cite the French curator Vincent Normand. 



Solo Exhibition Mexico City

I am excited to announce my debut solo show in Mexico City with Karen Huber Gallery, preview October 8th and opening to the public on October 9th. I will be presenting paintings created on site in Mexico City as well as 40 works on paper.