Dwayne Moser is an artist and writer based in Los Angeles and Chicago. After beginning his career as a photographer and video artist, he hired Warner Brothers’ scenic painters to make large-scale works depicting sites of contemporary celebrity scandals. Those works were shown internationally, including solo exhibitions at Laura Bartlett, London and Stellan Holm Gallery, New York. He eventually abandoned this approach to painting and began to develop a studio practice grounded in both philosophic and aesthetic abstraction. Moser has taught art and writing at CalArts, Bard College and USC. He is currently Associate Dean of Graduate Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Moser will be presenting a solo exhibition of new work in Los Angeles at Reserve Ames October 15 – December 3, 2017.