Night Gallery is thrilled to announce the representation of Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack. This partnership follows the artist’s participation in the group shows MAJEURE FORCE (2020) and Grey Garden (2019). Gaitor-Lomack presented his debut solo exhibition at the gallery, The Many Spirit Don; Opera di Dio, in February 2022.
Daniel Gaitor-Lomack’s work taps into the social and spiritual dimensions of everyday objects. His idiosyncratic approach to artmaking relies upon a careful balance of chance and deep consideration, allowing for each piece to at once engage his personal history and encourage meditative, individualized interpretation. Encapsulating sculpture, painting, installation, and performance—and a constant hybridization of mediums—his works are developed in cities throughout the world, giving his practice a peripatetic quality and illustrating his creative independence. Psychically-charged materials often find their way to the artist, which he adopts into his creative milieu and continually reconceptualizes in an ongoing dialogue between self, environment, and object. Gaitor-Lomack activates his sculptures in intensely physical performances that demonstrate his ethos of transformation and invoke the art historical traditions of assemblage, conceptual and performance art. A contemporary mythmaker, Gaitor-Lomack is an artist in and of the world, reverent of the traditions that came before him but committed to forging his own path.
Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack (b. 1988, Neptune, NJ) has presented solo exhibitions at Lyles & King, New York; Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Alyssa Davis Gallery, New York; and Maple St. Construct, Omaha. His work has been featured in recent group shows at Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Public Gallery, London; James Cohan Gallery, New York; Jeffrey Deitch, Los Angeles; Welancora Gallery, Brooklyn; HVW8 Art + Design Gallery, Los Angeles; PPOW Gallery, New York; and Outono Projects, Los Angeles, among others. Gaitor-Lomack's work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, CA. He is the recipient of the NXTHVN Studio Fellowship and a Rema Hort Foundation Emerging Artist Grant. His work and performances have been written about in publications including Artforum, Hyperallergic, Artillery, the Los Angeles Times, Autre Magazine, and Art Industry News.