David Shrobe | New York City, NY, 1974
David Shrobe vive e lavora a New York. Ha conseguito un MFA e un BFA in pittura presso il Hunter College. È un alunno della Scuola di Pittura e Scultura di Skowhegan ed è stato un allievo dell'artista Joan Mitchell. Il suo lavoro è stato recentemente incluso in PUNCH alla Jeffrey Deitch Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Embody presso Mandeville Gallery presso Union College, NY; Uptown, la Wallach Art Gallery Triennial presso il Lenfest Center of the Arts, New York, NY; Bronx Calling: the Four AIM Biennial, al Bronx Museum, and in Harlem Postcards at Studio Museum in Harlem. Ha tenuto mostre personali al Thierry Goldberg di New York e Miami; La Jenkins Johnson Gallery di San Francisco e il Museo dei bambini di Sugar Hill ad Harlem, tra gli altri. Ha esposto in numerose fiere d'arte tra cui EXPO Chicago, Untitled Miami Beach e, più recentemente, uno stand solista all'Armory Show. Il lavoro di Shrobe fa parte delle collezioni pubbliche del Brooklyn Museum di New York; The Block Museum, Evanston, IL; Union College, Schenectady, NY; Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art presso l'Università dell'Oregon, Eugene, OR; e NSU Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
David Shrobe lives and works in New York. He holds an MFA and a BFA in painting from Hunter College. He is an alumnus of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and was a Joan Mitchell Artist Teaching Fellow. His work was recently included in PUNCH at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Embody at Mandeville Gallery at Union College, NY; Uptown, the Wallach Art Gallery Triennial at the Lenfest Center of the Arts, New York, NY; Bronx Calling: the Fourth AIM Biennial, at the Bronx Museum, and in Harlem Postcards at the Studio Museum in Harlem. He has had solo exhibitions at Thierry Goldberg New York and Miami; Jenkins Johnson Gallery in San Francisco, and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum in Harlem among others. He has shown at numerous art fairs including EXPO Chicago, Untitled Miami Beach, and most recently, a solo booth at The Armory Show. Shrobe’s work is part of the public collections of The Brooklyn Museum, NY; The Block Museum, Evanston, IL; Union College, Schenectady, NY; Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon, Eugene, OR; and NSU Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale, FL.