Ryan Mrozowski’s paintings explore the many assumptions inherent in our visual perception. He frequently spreads a single composition over several canvases, emphasizing the choice he makes to omit minute details. Each work demands careful attention, as Mrozowski employs a certain sleight-of-hand in the creation of his lush and patterned images.
Ryan Mrozowski was born in 1981. He received his MFA in 2005 from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, and he holds a BFA from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Exhibitions of his work have taken place at: Galerie Nordenhake in Stockholm, Sweden (2020); Chapter NY in New York City (2019); Hannah Hoffman in Los Angeles, California (2017); Arcade Gallery in London, UK (2016); On Stellar Rays in New York City (2015); Art in General in Vilnius, Lithuania (2014); Pierogi in Brooklyn, New York City (2012 and 2010); and the Daniel Weinberg Gallery in Los Angeles, California (2008).
Group exhibitions that have included his work have taken place at: Jack Hanley Gallery in New York City (2018); Pratt Institute in New York City (2017); Salon 94 in New York City (2015); Marianne Boesky in New York City (2015); Chapter in New York City (2014); and The Kitchen in New York City (2011).
Mrozowksi currently lives and works in Hudson, New York.