Horowitz mines the collective memory bank of discarded images and recombines universal archetypes to bring clarity to a variety of complex subjects. Through dissonant figure pairings and Freudian fluency in our collective symbolic lexicon, Horowitz conjures up what cannot be easily visualized into something visible. His paintings have been the subject of international solo and group exhibitions - from New York, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Warsaw, Berlin, Leipzig, Paris to Split, Barcelona, and Montreal.
He recently completed a 2-year fellowship with the Cité Internationale des arts in Paris. As an illustrator, solving visual problems through metaphor is one of Daniel’s most gratifying endeavours.
He has become a favourite among editors, publishers and art directors throughout the world, working for such clients as The New York Times, Editions Christian Bourgois, Grove Atlantic & Knopf.