Bio | Lori Horowitz
Lori Horowitz is a NY native with a BFA from SUNY Purchase and further studies in scenic art and set design. In addition to her studio art, Horowitz has worked as an arts educator, scenic designer for theatre and television, and as a curator and gallerist. Each has brought new perspectives and informed the development of her artwork and career while deeply connecting her back to the sculpture she makes, and to the viewers who experience them.
Using eclectic techniques and materials, Lori Horowitz explores the overlooked interactions between individuals, exploring their social disconnect as well as common humanity.
Since 2015, she has had eight solo exhibitions and numerous national gallery and museum group shows. She participated in two residency programs in NYC and Cuba. Horowitz is also an independent curator, and former curator/director of Studio 5404 Art Space in NY, curating 25 shows. Currently, she serves on the board of directors of exhibitions for two arts organizations, including the New York Society of Women Artists. She has representation internationally by Galerie Ludwig Trossaert and her work has been featured in the NY Times, as well as local and international publications such as 1340 Art International, Azucar and Apero Magazines. She is recently a featured artist by Zeitt Blatt media group, video and magazine out of Berlin, Amsterdam and Paris.