Marc Horowitz

Marc Horowitz (b. Westerville, OH. 1976) currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. He received his M.F.A. from the University of Souther California's Roski School of Fine Arts in Los Angeles, CA. Marc Horotitz's Curriculum Vitae can be found here.

Press & Videos

Selected press and interviews with Marc Horowitz:

“”” by Petra Cortright & Marc Horowitz for Stella McCartney
(March 31, 2017) As part of the Double Act series with Art Basel HK, Stella McCartney has invited the artist, Petra Cortright to include her collection in a series of mini-films for the sixth time. For the first time, however,...
Double Act: Petra Cortright and Marc Horowitz
(March 21, 2017) Premiering at our Hong Kong Landmark store for Art Basel, artist Petra Cortright alongside her artist husband Marc Horowitz share in a united vision in our latest Double Act series. Mixing up the latest women’s and menswear collections...
A Prankster-Turned-Painter Leaves Self-Sabotage Behind
(November 15, 2016) Great show, who's the artist? Marc Horowitz quips as we enter his Los Angeles studio to preview works that will soon be heading to Mannerheim Gallery in Paris, where his solo exhibition THE HALL. STUDIO runs through November 26...
Marc Horowitz: More Thank Just Clowning Around
(November 8, 2016) Marc Horowitz has shifted in the past few years from his early work, bridging performance, social practice, entertainment and social media, into the more traditional practices of painting and sculpture. "Interior, Day (A Door Opens),"...
Marc Horowitz: Tinker, Tailer, Sculptor, Painter
(August 31, 2016) The spy in John Le Carre's novel Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is a soviet mole in the British Secret Service. The artist in our story is something not dissimilar to the character in the novel. To some he is an...
I’m Lovin’ It: Artist Marc Horowitz to Do Book Signing in L.A. McDonald’s
(January 27, 2016) Los Angeles creatives are the kings and queens of coming up with innovative ways to display their wares - from unusual ad campaigns for an upcoming film release, or subliminal messaging on a billboard. Artist Marc Horowitz...
Marc Horowitz
(January 5, 2016) Humor is often a neglected muse in the production of fine art. Seldom is it thought of as a legitimate field of cultural inquiry or a productive platform for the creation of an aesthetic. Los Angeles-based mixed media artist...
Beyond Pranks: Marc Horowitz's Mischievous Social Practice
(October 7, 2015) Los Angeles-based artist Marc Horowitz isn't a comedian, but humor is an underlying theme in his wide ranging art. Through all of his hybrid performance art/comedy/social practice/long-form experimental projects, he works...
The Q&A: Marc Horowitz, artist A self-described "maximalist", Marc Horowitz's meet-cute with the public came in the form of a prank. The artist, then a 28-year-old photographer's assistant on a Crate & Barrel catalogue shoot, wrote his real name and number on an enticingly...
Marc Horowitz
Marc Horowitz's life—a series of comic jokes and manic adventures that invite, even provoke audience participation—bleeds into his art. So it makes a lot of sense that...
Marc Horowitz Crowdsources Life/Art From Strangers
(December 1, 2010) On November 1, one of People Magazine‘s Top 50 Hottest Bachelors, conceptual artist and Internet start Marc Horowitz, took a line from Subservient Chicken and let the Internet tell him what to do. He agreed to bound...
Taking The Great American Road Trip, Google-Style
(August 16, 2009) Marc Horowitz and Pete Baldes wanted to embark on the timeless American tradition of a cross-country road trip, but these days even the cheapest ways of traveling have become a bit of a luxury. That's not stopping...
Q & A: Marc Horowitz – The conceptualist
(May 8, 2005) Marc Horowitz, a conceptual artist, is currently touring the country on his National Dinner Tour, a project he conceived in an attempt to bring communities together by sharing meals. During a recent visit...
A man, a mule and a mission / Conceptual artist Marc Horowitz tests a new/old way to run errands through the streets of San Francisco
(June 25, 2004) Art is fun, art is cool, art can be made on a mule. So thinks San Francisco conceptual artist Marc Horowitz. At the moment, he is walking into the outdoor sporting goods store REI, in San Francisco's South of Market district, to return a camping...

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