Marc Horowitz (b. 1976, Columbus, Ohio) is a Los Angeles-based artist whose multifaceted and trailblazing practice takes form via painting, sculpture, video, and installation, along with an innovative social practice informed by his background in entertainment and advertising. Equal parts postmodern and post-internet, Horowitz’s work flattens the hierarchies of culture, politics, relationality, and history. Referencing Sigmar Polke as much as Mike Kelley, Horowitz creates a diverse but singular visual universe which aesthetically folds in on itself in unexpected and visionary ways.
A Creative Time Project Grant Awardee, Horowitz has taught at the University of Southern California, the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Otis College, and lectured at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), the Hammer Museum, Stanford University, and Yale.