David Horvitz

David Horvitz was born in Los Angeles, where he currently lives and works. He studied at the University of California and at the Waseda University in Tokyo. He obtained a MFA from Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College, in 2010.

Witty and poetic, the work of David Horvitz meddles with systems of language, time and networks. 

Eschewing categorization, his expansive, nomadic body of work traverses the forms of photographs, artist books, performances, the Internet, mail art, sound, rubber stamps, gastronomy, and natural environments. His work examines questions of distance between places, people and time in order to test the possibilities of appropriating, undermining or even erasing these distances. Using image, text and objects, his works circulate and operate independently of himself, penetrating ever more effectively the intimate sphere. When encountering his works– in the postal system, libraries, or the airport lost-and-found services– our attention to the infinitesimal, inherent loopholes and alternative logics, and the imaginary comes to the fore. As lullabies imprinted in our heads, Horvitz deploys art as both objects of contemplation and as viral or systemic tools to effect change on a personal scale. Horvitz makes fictions that insert themselves surreptitiously into the real. 

His work was exhibited in venues such as: High Line Art, New York (upcoming); MoMA, New York; New Museum, New York; SF MOMA, San Francisco; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; HangarBicocca, Milan; Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary; Fotomuseum Winterthur; Albertinum, SDK, Dresden; La Criée centre d’art contemporaine, Rennes; S.M.A.K, Gent; Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen; MOCAK, Museum of Contemporary Art, Krakow; The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Musée d’Art Contemporain Avignon; Crac Alsace, Altkirsch; Brooklyn Museum, among others. 

In 2016 he founded Porcino Gallery in Berlin, a miniature-sized space annexed within the ChertLüdde premises.

Collections: FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, France; Nomas Foundation, Rome; The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Moma Library, New York; Le Silo– Collection Billarant, Paris; Fotomuseum Winterthur; Fonds régional d’art contemporain de Bretagne; Nouveau Musée National de Monaco; Château de Rochechouart, Musée d’art contemporain de la Haute-Vienne; Collection Lafayette Anticipations – Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin

Education
2010 – MFA, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
2004 – BA, University of California, Riverside, California
2002 – BA, Waseda University, Tokyo

Residencies
2017
Curva Blu, organized by INCURVA, cultural association, Favignana
The Great Learning, organized by La Criée, centre d’art contemporain, Rennes, Montcontour, Brittany
2014
IMMA, Dublin
2013
Recipient of Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Emergency Grant
Session, Recess, New York
Fifty-Five Honey Locust Trees, curated by Joe Ahearn, Clocktower Gallery, New York

Grants – Prizes
2020
Follow Fluxus – After Fluxus 2020
2018
Henraux Prize
2015
EAF15: Emerging Artist Fellowship – Socrates Sculpture Park
2011
Rema Hort Mann Emerging Artist Grant

Solo Exhibitions
2021
Solo exhibition, curated by Elene Abashidze, EA Shared Space, Tbilisi (upcoming)
David Horvitz & Javier Cruz as part of An Involuntary Trace, curated by This is jackalope (Christina Aglada and Gema Melgar), La Casa Encendida, Madrid (upcoming)
Solo exhibition, curated by Park C.Myers, 1708 Gallery Inc, Richmond, VA (upcoming)
2020
lessons, Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, (as part of Follow Fluxus – After Fluxus scholarship), Wiesbaden
Commission for R.U.in.ART Performance, Frieze Art Fair, Los Angeles
oceaean, Praz-Delavallade, Los Angeles
2019
David Horvitz, une intervention à la Collection Lambert, Musée d’Art Contemporain Avignon
summer rains, SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo
435 ponti e qualche scorciatoia,
curated by Silvia Guerra, Venice
Nostalgia,
ChertLüdde, Berlin
The Shape of a Wave Inside of a Wave,
Curated by Sophie Kaplan, La Criée, Centre d’Art Contemporain, Rennes
2018
a n e m o c h r y, 
Château Shatto, Los Angeles
Für Ruth, der Himmel in Los Angeles,
Albertinum, SDK, Dresden
When the Ocean Sounds,
 Curated by Thomas Caron, Brussels Gallery Weekend, Brussels
When The Ocean Sounds,
Billboard Series #11, art|lead, Gent
Água Viva,
Belo Campo, Lisbon
2017
Eridanus,
Galerie Allen, Paris
Dedicated to Forgotten Oceans,
Organised by Barnie’s at the window of Davish News, London
2016
Concurrent solo exhibitions ja at Chert,
Berlin and oui at Yvon Lambert Bookshop, Paris
The Studio Rent Editions: 2010-ongoing,
Pacific North West College of Art
The Studio Rent Editions: 2010-ongoing, 
Joseph Gross Gallery, University of Arizona, AZ
2015
The Studio Rent Editions: 2010-ongoing,
Pacific North West College of Art
Situation #20,
 Fotomuseum Winterthur
through the morning) kiss this pillow,
 tongewölbe T25, Ingolstadt
2014
David Horvitz: Gnomons,
curated by Helga Christoffersen, New Museum, New York
David Horvitz,
Blum and Poe, Los Angeles
Concurrent solo exhibitions
at Jan Mot, Brussels and Dawid Radziszewski Gallery, Warsaw
2013

Hot, muggy, then cold and windy. We swam in the sea, it got misty and we couldn’t tell what time it was anymore, 
Peter Amby Gallery, Copenhagen
Statements,
with Chert, Berlin, Art Basel, Basel
POST,
curated by Jacob Fabricius, Antechamber, North galleries, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen

At Night They Leave Their Century,
Chert, Berlin
Drugstore Beetle II,
Special Collections Library, California State Universty, Long Beach, California
2011
Adobe,
San Francisco, California
The Discovery Award,
Arles Photography Festival, Arles

Room 129,
commissioned by Fillip Magazine, Fair, Vancouver, British Columbia
2010
Carry On, Galerie West, Den Haag
2009

Believe Inn,
Chicago, Illinois

Public Space One,
Iowa City
2008
To a Sunset in Palos Verdes,
siteLA, Los Angeles
I Will Go Somewhere and Send You Something from There,
Right Window, San Francisco

Group Exhibitions
2021
Telepathy and New Labor, curated by Warren Neidich and Jacqueline Drinkall, Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz e.V. (upcoming)
(re)connecting.earth, curated by Bernard Vienat, Travelling Exhibition, Kurt-Kurt and Habsburg Gausstraße Garden, Berlin; andata.ritorno, Geneva (upcoming)
THE DREAMERS, curated by Ilaria Marotta and Andrea Baccin, The 58th October Salon, Belgrade Biennial 2020, Museum of Yugoslavia, Belgrade (upcoming)
The Imaginary Sea, curated by Christ Sharp, Fondation Carmignac, Villa Carmignac, Porquerolles (upcoming)
The Musical Brain, organised by Cecilia Alemani, Donald R. Mullen and Melanie Kreis, HIGH LINE ART: Various locations along the High Line, New York
..barely pausing/pausing barely.., curated by Christina Li, A Tale of A Tub, Rotterdam
This Inconstant World, curated by Jamillah James, ICA, Los Angeles
Dear You, curated by Caterina Molteni, MAMbo – Museum of Modern Art of Bologna, Bologna
Fleeting Media. Publishing Post-Photography, curated by Mona Schubert, Fotomuseum Winterthur Library
2020
On Seeing, curated by Guðrún Benónýsdóttir and Inger Wold, Gletta, Borgarfjörður Eystri, Bakkagerði, Iceland
Die Wolken und die Wolke / The clouds and the cloud, Curated by Thomas Thiel, MGK Siegen
Long Time Short, KAI 10 | ARTHENA FOUNDATION, Curated by Marion Eisele, Düsseldorf
Casper, Sgomento Zurigo, curated by Francesco Tenaglia, Zürich
Festival of Ephemeral Arts CONTEXTS, organised by Julia Wielgus, Sokolowsko, Poland
La pleine lune dort la nuit, Musée d’art contemporain de la Haute-Vienne – Château de Rochechouart, Rochechouart
All the time that came before this moment, curated by Katharina Dunst and Jean-Claude Freymond-Guth, Kunst Raum Riehen, Riehen
Le Book Club, In collaboration with Nina Strand, Anna Planas and Pierre Hourquet, Fotogalleriet, Oslo
Sculpture from a Distance (Part II), Parker Gallery, Los Angeles
2019
Collectionner au 21e siècle, Si une accumulation, reflète une vie…, curated by Stéphane Ibars, Collection Lambert, Avignon
By repetition, you start noticing details in the landscape, curated by Yann Chateigné and Anny Serratì, Le Commun Bâtiment d’Art Contemporain (BAC), Geneva
Lo scherzo dell’arte, curated by Kasia Fudakowski and Roberto Fassone, organised by Leonardo Bigazzi, Lo schermo dell’arte (Short film festival), Palazzo Strozzi, Florence
Loitering Is Delightful, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles
The sound of silence, Praz-Delavallade, Los Angeles
Phenomenon 3, Anafi, Greece
Living in a Lightbulb, curated by Jenny Jaskey and Mia Locks, Tanya Bonakdar, Los Angeles
La Source, curated by Chiara Parisi, Villa Carmignac, Hyères
snap+share: transmitting photographs from mail art to social networks, curated by Clément Chéroux, SF MOMA, San Francisco
2018
Object Intimaciescurated by Jane Cavalier & Nicole Kaack, NURTUREart, Brooklyn, New York
Signal or Noise – The Photographic II, Curated by Martin Germann and Tanja Boon, S.M.A.K, Gent
The Tyranny of Distance, Curated by FLAX Project, Tin Flats, Los Angeles
The Tyranny of Distance, Curated by Translation, TALM, Angers
25 YEARS! SHARED HISTORIES, SHARED STORIES, Fotomuseum Winterthur
Metaphoria III, Organised by Lab’Bel, Curated by Silvia Guerra, Le CENTQUATRE-PARIS
The Sensation of the Sea – In honour of Bas Jan Ader, Curated by Joanna De Vos, The Mesdag Collection, The Hague
Zeitspuren, Curated by Samuel Leuenberger and Felicity Lunn, Pasquart Kunsthaus Centre d’Art in Biel/Bienne, CH
Art Basel Cities, Curated by Cecilia Alemani,  Buenos Aires
Notes for a Shell #2, Plage de la Verrerie, Marseille
the camera and the hummingbird, fluent space, Santander
A Tale of Ingestion, Monitor, Lisbon
Catalogue, Showroom MAMA, Rotterdam
Fantasy is a place where it always rains, Fanta Spazio, Milan
2017
Take me (I’m Yours), Curated by Christian Boltanski, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Chiara Parisi, Roberta Tenconi, HangarBicocca, Milan
Carte blanche to Camille Henrot, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
The Vague Space. Sammlung Christian Kaspar Schwarm, Museum für moderne Kunst, Weserburg
While I Was Also Listening To David, Eleanor, Mariana, Genk, Jean, Mark, Daphné, Pierre, Shima, Simon, Zin, Christian and Virginie, Curated by Félicia Atkinson, Julien Bismuth, Sophie Kaplan et Yann Sérandour, La Criée centre for contemporary art, Rennes
Art of the Postcard, Selling exhibition of artists’ work with postcards, at 14 Florence Street, London
Tidalectics, curated by Stefanie Hessler, Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21), Vienna
FIAC with ChertLüdde, Paris
Flowers are Documents – Arrangement I and II, Curated by Emanuele Guidi, ar/ge kunst, Bolzano
Duet with Artist. Participation as Artistic Principle, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen
Group Exhibition Curated by Asha Bukojemsky, Samuel Freeman gallery, Los Angeles

You can tell I’m alive and well because I weep continuously, Knockdown Center, New York
While I was also listening to David, Eleanor, Mariana, Delia, Genk, Jean, Mark, Pierre, Shima, Simon, Zin and Virginie, Criée centre of contemporary art, Curate by Felicia Atkinson, Julien Bismuth, Sophie Kaplan and Yann Sérandour, Rennes, France
Commercial Break, Public Art Fund 40th Anniversary, Public Art Fund, New York
2016
Sequences Art Festival, 10th Anniversary at Marshall House, Reykjavik
breathing space,  Museum Arnhem, Netherlands
8688, curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt, Project 88, Colaba, Mumbai
A Moment In Time, BolteLang, Zürich
The Sun Placed in the Abyss, at Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus
Sea, curated by Monika Kozioł, MOCAK, Museum of Contemporary Art, Krakow
Group presentation at Artissima, Turin
The Distance of a Day: New in Contemporary Art, curated by Rita Kersting, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

I will go where I don’t belong, at Volcano Extravaganza, Stromboli
Par tibi, Roma, nihil, Palatin Hill, Rome
I’M WAITING FOR SOMEONE TO CALL ME, at Galeria Dawid Radziszewski, Warsaw
Six Weeks, in Time, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle
True Spirit, Galerie Allen, Paris
Publish or Perish, Transmitter Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2015
Current Location, Waiting Room, Minneapolis
10th Baltic Biennial of Contemporary Art, Szczecin
Aquí hay dragones (Here be Dragons), La Casa Encendida, Madrid

Regular Expressions, 221A, Vancouver
Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015, at MoMA, New York
Bunting, Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbay
Transparencies, Bielefelder Kunstverein and Kunstverein Nürnberg
Triple Canopy presents Pattern Masters, Performance at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
HPSCHD 1969>2015/Live Arts Week IV, Mambo, Bologna, Italy
The Secret Life, Murray Guy, New York

Night Begins the Day: Rethinking Space, Time, and Beauty, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco

Im Inneren der Stadt, Künstlerhaus Bremen

When we share more than ever, MKG Museum, Hamburg

Cool / As a state of mind, MAMO, Marseille
Group presentation at Art Cologne, with Chert, Berlin
Good luck with your natural, combined, attractive and truthful attempts in two exhibitions, Crac Alsace, Altkirsch

Mijn Vlakke Land, FoMu, Antwerp

more Konzeption, Conception now, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen
Tongue Stones, Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, New York
2014

Requiem for the Bibliophile, Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, CA
Scars of Our Revolution, Yvon Lambert, Paris
Kochi-Muziris Biennal, Fort Kochi, India
Crossing Brooklyn, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
Ways of Working, According to an Office Desk, Upominki, Rotterdam
AGITATIONISM, EVA International 2014, curated by Bassam El Baroni, Ireland’s Biennial, Limerick City

Unseen Presence, IMMA, Dublin

#nostalgia, Glasgow International 2014, CCA, Glasgow
To Meggy Weiss Lo Surdo, Happy Hours, CO2 gallery, Turin

Canceled: Alternative Manifestations & Productive Failures, The Orseman Gallery, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts
Simultáneo, La Tallera, Cuernavaca, México

And I laid Traps for the Troubadours who get killed before they reached Bombay, Clark House Initiative, Bombay
Flag Stavanger, curated by Randi Grov Berger and co-presented by Entrée, Kunsthall Stavanger, Norway
video screening 25, ZERO, Milan
2013
Only to Melt, Trustingly, Without Reproach, curated by Tevz Logar, Skuc Gallery, Ljubljana
Editionshow, Chert, Berlin
I’ve Lost My Marbles, Totàl, Athens
And So On And So Forth, curated by Margit Sade Lehni, Centre for Contemporary Art Riga, Latvia
The Space Between Us, Courtesy, St-Ouen
Please Come to the Show: Part II (1980–Now), organised by David Senior, MoMA Library, New York
Canceled: Alternative Manifestations & Productive Failures, Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, PA
Stranded Travelers, Atelier 35, Bucharest
Just what is it that makes today so familiar, so uneasy?, LIAF, Lofoten International Art Festival, Norway
Rematerialized New Galerie Paris/New York, New Galerie, Paris

on Off moments, Grimmuseum, Berlin
Le tamis et le sable 2/3: L’Intervalle, Instants Chavirés, Paris
New Eyes for New Spaces, ISCP, New York
Und everybody says yeah – on internet meme, The House of Electronic Arts, Basel
2012
The End(s) of the Library, Goethe-Institut New York Library, New York
The Making of Americans: A marathon reading of Gertrude Stein’s novel, Triple Canopy, New York
Let us keep our own noon, curated by David Horvitz, West, Den Haag

Rome Photo Festival, MACRO, Testaccio, Rome

Fair Exchange, curated by Taeyoon Choi, Eyebeam, New York
Canceled: alternative manifestations and productive failures, organised by Lauren van Haaften-Schic, Center for Book Arts, New York

Frieze, with Triple Canopy, New York
Group exhibition, Access Art, Vancouver
Matter Out of Place, The Kitchen, New York
Scenes of Selves, Occasions for Ruses, Surrey Art Gallery, Vancouver

In search of…, curated by Lennard Dost and Daniel Dennis de Wit, Academie Minerva, Groningen
the chief on top of the chief, MIRACLE & CONNELLY PRESENTS, Vancouver
Force Fields, curated by Alexis Granwell and Jenny Jaskey, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia
2011
The Greater Cloud, curated by Petra Heck, Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam Worng, IMO, Copenhagen
Intimate Bureaucracies: Art and the Mail, curated by Zanna Gilbert, Art Exchange, University of Essex, Essex
Subject to Change, Fathom+Hatch, New York
The Best of 2011, Soloway, Brooklyn, New York

The Open Daybook, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles
FINISHED, Showpaper 42nd St Gallery, New York, New York

As Yet UnTitled, SF Camerawork, San Francisco

LATE Nights, Berkley Art Museum, Berkeley, California (performance)
2010
FREE, New Museum, New York
Different Repetitions, curated by David Senior, Booklyn, New York
Palling Around with Socialists, U-turn Art Space, Cincinnati, Ohio
We have as much time as it takes, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco

FAX, Burnaby Art Gallery, Vancouver
An Immaterial Survey of our Peers, Chicago (online)
01, Presented by 01 Magazine, 107 Shaw Gallery, Toronto

The Page, Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Orange, California
Burn, Baby, Burn!, DUVE Berlin, Berlin (group screening)
Cheat Codes: Lessons in Love, Space 204, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee (group screening)
2009
Into the Archive: Contemporary Art in the Bard College Stevenson Library, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Session_7_Words, Am Nuden Da, London

Gifts by Artists, Art Meropole, Toronto

Young Collectors #1, Sign, Groningen

Tell Me Everything, As You Remember It, Creative Research Laboratory, Austin, Texas
Get Free%, Golden Parachutes, Berlin
Ideally, Utopics, Switzerland
Evading Customs, organized by Peter J. Russo and Lumi Tan, Brown, London
SF Camerawork, San Francisco
The World is Flat, curated by Rhizome, in No Soul For Sale, X-Initiative, New York

Light and Wire, Circus Gallery, Los Angeles

Unintended Uses, Nexus, Philadelphia
The Wild So Close, curated by Jennifer Cane, Or Gallery, Vancouver
2008

Gifts by Artists, Art Metropole, Toronto
Cycling Apparati, High Energy Constructs Gallery, Los Angeles

Line Up, Strip Down, Fade Out, Vanderbilt University Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee

I will Send You a Photograph of the Sky for Every Day, Galerie West, Den Haag
Egoesdayglow, 533 Gallery, Los Angeles

Here is Where You’ll Find Me, The Lab101, Culver City, California

Spacing Out, curated by Cinders Gallery, Space 1026, Philadelphia
Some Food We Could Not Eat, September Gallery, Chicago

To Illustrate and Multiply: An Open Book, curated by Lynda Bunting, MOCA, Los Angeles
Imagined California, Fort Gallery, San Francisco
2007
Photo Exhibition, The Smell, Los Angeles

1st Annual Juried Show, juror: Jorge Pardo, Treehouse Gallery, Los Angeles

Forever is not Long Enough, UCLA gallery 1250, Los Angeles
Between Thought and Expression, Sweeney Art Gallery, Riverside, California
2006
Chain, High Energy Constructs Gallery, Los Angeles
Greater LA, Cal State University Long Beach Art Department Gallery, Long Beach, California

Collections
FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, France; Nomas Foundation, Rome; The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Moma Library, New York; Le Silo– Collection Billarant, Paris; Fotomuseum Winterthur; Fonds regional’s d’art contemporain de Bretagne; Nouveau Musée National de Monaco; Château de Rochechouart, Musée d’art contemporain de la Haute-Vienne; Collection Lafayette Anticipations – Fonds de dotation Famille Moulin.

Selected Projects
2016
Frieze Projects: Frieze New York 2016, curated by Cecilia Alemani
2014
f/stop 6, Festival für Fotografie, Leipzig
2013
Artist’s Breakfast, POST, MoMA, New York
Eat the blue, Le 116 center for contemporary arts, Montreuil, invitation by Jagna Ciuchta
Flag New York City, Performa 13, New York
Let Us Keep Our Own Noon, NY Art Book Fair, MoMa PS1, New York
The Distance of a Day, Studio commission, Rhubaba, Edinburgh
Monsanto seed burning performance, The Shandaken Project, New York
2011
Life drawing at Zucotti Park, with Adam Katz, Occupy Wall Street, New York
Creative Time Tweets, New York, NY (commissioned Twitter project by Creative Time)
Tabehoudai Tour, for Iron Maiden Artist Tours, New York, NY (hosted project)
2010
No Soul for Sale, project with Rhizome, Tate Modern, London (commissioned project)
2009
Miami Basel project with Art Metropole. Miami, Florida (commissioned project)
Sign/Co-Sign, curated by Light and Wire, Miami, FL (commissioned project)
Meeting Point, project with NYU Student Body, New York, (commissioned project)
The Box Tour, various locations across North America (project)
Hors Les Murs, Fette’s Gallery, Los Angeles, California, (solo online project)
In Real Life, curated by Laurel Ptak, Capricious Space, Brooklyn, NewYork (commissioned project)
Innerseeing/Outerseeing, by Gabriel Saloman (commissioned online project)
2008
Miami Basel Art Fair, Art Metropole/ Printed Matter, Miami, Florida, (commissioned project)
One Size Fits All, Printed Matter, New York (commissioned project)
Light and Wire, Los Angeles, CA (solo online project)
http://www.six-years.com/ (solo online project)

Bibliography – Selected Articles
2020
“Books Stealing Guide with Maltese translation” by Lara Zammit in “The Sunday Times of Malta”, Valetta, Malta, 27.12.2020, p.32.
“Pandemic Times” by Travis Diehl on “Art in America”, online, 15.12.2020.
2019
“Letters – David Horvitz and Yann Chateigné in conversation” on Mousse, issue 66, winter 2019, pp.104–113.
“Les petites attentions de David Horvitz” by Anne Cécile-Sanchez in L’oeil, issue 726, September 2019.
“David Horvitz”, by Patrice Joly on ZéroDeux , issue 98, spring 2019
2018
“Artist’s Things”, by Francesco Garutti on ICON, issue 24, June
“David Horvitz’s Água Viva” by Sofia Lemos on art agenda, 24 July 2018
“Why David Horvitz is retracing Marcel Duchamp’s footsteps in Buenos Aires” by Kyle Chayka on Art Basel, 31 July 2018
2017
“au hasards, sans standards” on les inrockuptibles, pag.90, printed version of the magazine, 19th April 2017
“In conversation with David Horvitz”, CURA. by Margot Norton, issue 26, October
“A thing without a past? The economy and Aesthetics of artists’ editions”, Mousse Magazine by Orit Gat, issue 57, Februay/March
“Days are Dogs”, PALAIS, by Camille Henrot, issue #26, October
2016
“It sounds contemplative, but often it’s excitement that drives my work”, by Fridey Mickel, Taz-Blogs

“David Horvitz: Give and Take” by Peter Hill, Vault, Issue 16
“Frieze Projects: The opposite of pickpocket”, by Radhika Seth, Financial Times on line

“L’arte? È un disturbo dell’umore. Parola di David Horvitz”, Artribune
“David Horvitz | Mood Disorder”, Artists’ Books and Multiples
“David Horvitz at Frieze New York 2016”, by Johanna Silver, The Last Magazine
“New York Updates: a Frieze si aggira un borseggiatore. Invece di rubare, regala opere d’arte. È il progetto di David Horvitz”, Artribune
“One Frieze Artist’s Special Relationship With His Retainers”, by Emily Spivack, The New York Times Style Magazine
“Frieze Hired a Pickpocket to Roam Their Art Fair—Here’s Why”, by Ryan Steadman, Observer
2015
“7 Questions to David Horvitz” by Transparencies blog, December 2015
“After the Hookup, the App”, by Paul Soulellis on Rhizome online, December 2015
“How this artist’s internationally cliche self-portrait was spread across the internet” by Eugene Reznikon, American Photo Mag online, June 2015
“I send you this California Readwood: An interview on Mail Art with Zanna Gilbert and David Horvitz”, by Alison Burstein, MoMA learning blog, January 2015
2014
“Contemporary Art and Online Popular Culture”, by Domenico Quaranta, ARTPULSE Magazine, December 2014
“David Horvitz at Blum & Poe”, by Natilee Harren, ARTFORUM, November 2014
“David Horvitz at Blum & Poe”, by Andrew Berardini, Art Agenda, July 2014
“Sounds of All but Silence”, by Roberta Smith,  New York Times, May 23, 2014
“Artist’s diary”, by Matteo Mottin, ATP Diary, April 2014
2013
“In Conversation with David Horvitz”, by Rachel Peddersen, Andreview

“Local Colour?”,  by Suvi Lehtinen, ArtFetch
“The Art World Eats Breakfast All Day Long,” by Sarah Cascone, Art in America

“David Horvitz Would Like to Invite You to Breakfast”, by Harriet Staff, Poetry Foundation
“Art Basel”, by Aoife Rosenmeyer, Art Agenda, June 2013
“Best of Art Basel”, by Francesca Gavin, Dazed Digital

“The Daily Pic: David Horvitz shows sunset and sunrise from opposite points on the globe”, by Blake Gopnik, The Daily Beast

“Künstler, die uns aufgefallen sind: David Horvitz”, by Boris Pofalla, Monopol, 07/2013
“What color is your parachute, David Horvitz?, ” interview by Jacob Fabricius, Mousse, issue 38
Interview between David Horvitz and Regine Ehleiter, artzines.de
“What Next? How Occupy influenced New York’s art scene”, by Tirdad Zolghadr, Frieze
2012
“Appropriating Web Interfaces: From the Artist As DJ to the Artist As Externalizer”, by Marialaura Ghidini, New Media Caucus

“Towards a History, Politics and Philosophy of the Online Image”, by Laurel Ptak, Foam Magazine, #29
2011
David Horvitz, “Something Fishy on Pelican State Beach”, Rhizome
2010
“Drugstore Developer: David Horvitz”, interview by Jenny Borland, BOMBLOG
2009
“Art Review: David Horvitz at 2nd Cannons Publications”, by Holly Myers, Los Angeles Times

“Small Distractions”, by Jaime Calder, Newcity Art

“Free for All”, by Silvia Anna Barrila, Damn° #22
2008
“Life Monger”, by Jonas Moody, Atlantica Mag

Selected Publications
2020
“Performativity and disability” by Sally Miller in “Contemporary Photography and Theory Concepts and Debates”, Bloomsburry Visual Arts, London, New York, 2020, ISBN: 9781350003323
“David Horvitz” by Katharina Proksch in “A Long Time Short”, Ed.: Arthena Foundation, Verlag Kettler, Bönen, ISBN: 978-3-86206-844-9
“Fluxus Forms: Scores, Multiples, and the Eternal Network”, by Natilee Harren, University of Chicago Press, ISBN: 978-0226354927
2019
“Nostalgia” by David Horvitz, Ed.: Gato Negro Ediciones, Mexico City, 2019.
“Steal the book while the sun rises over the horizon”, Edition Taube, ChertLüdde and Mousse Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-945900-24-6
“La Source”, Fondation Carmignac & Jean Boîte Editions, ISBN 978-2-36568-033-2
“Touch the sky with your eye”, Jean Boîte Éditions, Paris, France, ISBN: 978-2-36568-028-8
“Speaking and Listening” by LaCriée, Shelter Press, ISBN: 978-2-36582-028-8
2018
“Take Me (I’m Yours)” by Pirelli HangarBicocca, Mousse Publishing, ISBN: 978-88-6749-310-4
“When The Ocean Sounds”, Published by Yvon Lambert & Shelter Press
“Archival hardbound large photograph of Demian the cat”, bound by Small Editions NYC
2017
“A Disappearance from Winschoten”, Design by Bartolomé Sanson, Shelter Press
“Océan”, Yvon Lambert, Limited Edition, 50 exemplars
“Photo Book”, Artist book, Limited Editions
2016
“Stolen Spoons”, Artist book with Helga Christoffersen, Published by Pork Salad Press, Denmark, ISBN: 978-87-91409-77-6
2015
“Mood Disorder”, Chert & Motto Books & New Documents, ISBN: 9781927354230
2014
“Dublin Foxes”, Automatic Books, Dublin, Ireland
“Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and Beyond”, exhibition catalogue, published by Brooklyn Museum, editor John Antonides, designer Jae-eun Chung, Brooklyn, NY
“Printed Web #1”, published by Library of the Printed Web, Long Island City, NY
“something between the jurisdiction of time”, published by Art in America,  author David Horvitz and Alexander Provan, NY
“Mood Disorder – Printed Web #1”, printed paper, published by Paul Soulellis Library of the Printed Web Long Island City, New York 2014
2013
“It’s All About a Small Quiet Longing, or Maybe Something Else”, Brooklyn, NY
“Undoing Property?”, Edited by Marysia Lewandowska and Laurel Ptak, Sternberg Press, Berlin
“The Distance of a Day”, Motto Books & Chert, Berlin
“How to Shoplift Books (Come Rubare Libri)”, Automatic Books, Venice
“Comment voler des livres / Jak kraść książka”, (Polish and French translations of How to Shoplift Books), Automatic Books, Venice
“Cómo robber libros / Bogrov”, (Danish and Spanish translations of How to Shoplift Books), Automatic Books, Venice
“I was Serious, I was Eating Apples”, Automatic Books, Venice
“Watercolors”, Natalie Haüsler and David Horvitz, Eberl Print GmBH, Immenstadt, Bavaria
2012
“Public Access”, Publication Studio, Portland, Oregon
“Sad, Depressed, People”, New Documents, Los Angeles, California
2011
“The Open Daybook”, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, California
“My Grandmother’s Recipes”, Morova, Poznan, Poland
“Volume North + South”, Publication Studio, Portland, Oregon
2010
“Everything That Can Happen in a Day”, Mark Batty, Los Angeles
2009
“Rarely Seen Bas Jan Ader Film”, 2nd Cannons Publications, Los Angeles
2007
“Xiu Xiu: The Polaroid Projects”,  published by Mark Batty Publisher, ISBN-10: 0979048656