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dan witz

Dan Witz, born 1957, Chicago, IL, attended Cooper Union in New York City’s East Village.

In 1982 he received a NEA grant and in 1992 and 2000 fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts. His first book, “The Birds of Manhattan” was published in 1983 by Skinny Books. In 2010, a monograph, “Dan Witz, InPlain View, 30 Years of  Artworks Illegal and Otherwise”, was published by Gingko Press.

Solo exhibitions include Semaphore Gallery NY (1985,1986), Clementine Gallery (1996), StolenSpace. London (2007, 2016), DFN Gallery NY (2003-5,6,7,8,10). Carmichael Gallery, LA (2009), White Walls, SF 2011, Jonathan Levine Gallery 2011, 2014., Lazarides Gallery 2013. Gestalten Space, 2013 Berlin. Wunderkammern Gallery Rome, 2014, Milan 2017, Bruger-Rigail Gallery Paris 2020

Group exhibitions include: “Buying Time: Nourishing Excellence”, Sotheby’s NY(2001); “Fifteen”, NYFA Fellows at Deutsche Bank, NY (1999), “Submission” (curated by Juxtapoz) Fuse Gallery NY (2005), From The Streets of Brooklyn” Think Space Gallery, LA (2009), “Beach Blanket Bingo”, Jonathan Levine Gallery NY(2009), and Bedlam: Lazarides Gallery. 2012. Vitality and verve Long Beach Museum of Art, curated by Thinkspace. Beyond The Streets LA 2018, NYC 2019. Here and now. Fort Wayne Museum of Art curated by Ken Harmon Hashimoto. Pow Wow the first decade. Bishop Museum of Art, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Brand collaborations include Pleasures Clothing, L.A. and Christian Dior Paris.

Dan splits his time between street art and studio painting and lives and works in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.