David Horvitz artista californiano basato a Brooklyn. Realizza libri d’artista, fotografie, performance e mail art, lavora inoltre nella sfera del virtuale. Ha pubblicato tra gli altri Xiu Xiu: The Polaroid Project (2007), Everything that can happen in a day (2010), e Sad, Depressed, People (2012). Fra le mostre personali, ha esposto da Blum & Poe-Los a Angeles, e a New York al Brooklyn Museum e al New Museum. Sta esponendo attualmente da Jan Mot a Brussels, alla Dawid Radziszewski Gallery a Varsavia, e da Peter Amby a Copenhagen. Ha partecipato in mostre collettive all'EVA International, al LIAF, al MoMA e a The Kitchen a New York. Sempre a New York, ha realizzato progetti con Recess, Clocktower Gallery, post al MoMA, Printed Matter, Rhizome, e Triple Canopy. Ha pubblicato il libro The Distance of a Day (Motto Books & Chert, 2013). Nel 2011 ha ricevuto il Rema Hort Mann Grant e una nomination per il Discovery Award-Les Rencontres d'Arles. Nel 2013 ha aperto la Porcino gallery a Berlino.
David Horvitz is an artist born in California and lives in Brooklyn. He uses art books, photography, performance art, and mail art as mediums for his work. His published work includes: Xiu Xiu: The Polaroid Project (2007), Everything that can happen in a day (2010), and Sad, Depressed, People (2012). He is known for his work in the virtual sphere. Recent solo exhibitions include: Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, 2014; Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, 2014; the New Museum, 2014; concurrent shows at Jan Mot, Brussels, and Dawid Radziszewski Gallery, Warsaw, 2014; Peter Amby, Copenhagen, 2013. His work has been shown at EVA International 2014, Glasgow International 2014, LIAF 2013, MoMA, and The Kitchen. In New York, he has realized projects with Recess, Clocktower Gallery, post at MoMA, Printed Matter, Rhizome, and Triple Canopy. Recent artist books include The Distance of a Day (Motto Books & Chert, 2013). He has received the Rema Hort Mann Grant in 2011 and was nominated for the Discovery Award at Les Rencontres d’Arles in 2011. In 2013, he founded Porcino gallery in Berlin.