Dan Herschlein (b. 1989, Bayville, NY) lives and works in Los Angeles. They received their BFA from New York University in 2010.
Recent solo exhibitions include Crickets in the City of Spare Parts, Matthew Brown, Los Angeles (2021); Dweller, JTT, New York (2020); Plot Hole, Matthew Brown, Los Angeles (2019); Night Pictures, JTT, New York (2019); The Architect, New Museum, New York (2018); Safe As Houses, JTT, New York (2017); The Stillness of Eddies, 56 Henry, New York (2016); Worm, AALA, Los Angeles (2016).
Group exhibitions include Theorem X, Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York (2021); I WANT TO FEEL ALIVE AGAIN, Lyles & King, New York (2020); It Seems So Long Ago, Matthew Brown, Los Angeles (2020); Ecce Puer, PACT, Paris (2020); Horology, Jack Hanley, New York (2019); A Detached Hand, Magenta Plains, New York (2019); Housewarming, Nicelle Beauchene, New York (2018); The Pain of Others, Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles (2018); NVV_2018, Museum of Modern Art, Dubrovnik, Croatia (2018); Pine Barrens, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York (2018); Dinner that night, Bureau, New York (2018); A Scream Runs Through the House, Helena Anrather, New York (2017); By The Shade That Wanders, SIGNAL, New York (2015); The Lateness of the Hour, Evening Hours, New York (2015); and Me and Everyone that is With Me, Recess, New York (2012).
Herschlein was the subject of a recent Art021 episode Dan Herschlein Looks Inside, New York Up Close.