about David Hochbaum
Nueva York (Estados Unidos), 1972
David Hochbaum left his New York home in 1990 for Boston ‘s School of the Museum of Fine Arts where he studied photography, painting and sculpture. In 1995, he returned to New York and began showing locally almost immediately. In the following decade, Hochbaum’s work has been seen in Germany, Italy, France, Denmark, UK, Sweden, Switzerland, Chile and everyday venues across the United States. Dedicated to the idea of community, Hochbaum strives to work collectively with artists from all genres and backgrounds. Besides being actively involved with collaborative ensembles, he hosts monthly critique salons, offers free workshops for artists and helps to create projects for artists which raise money and interest in their work. David Hochbaum’s work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States, Europe, and South America. Amongst his many collectors, Hochbaum’s work has been added to the collections of Elton John, HR Giger, Matt Groening, and Emily Deschanel.
Como un gorrión rasga la porcelana de la tarde IV, 2020
60 x 60 cm