My paintings, like childhood, are colorful, playful, chaotic, exploratory spaces that are prone to changes while trying to make sense of how I and we relate to the wider world.
About Danny Licul
Danny Licul is a painter living and working in New York City. His work has been exhibited at Owen James Gallery (Greenpoint), Gallery SENSEI (LES), Joyce Goldstein Gallery (Chatham, NY ), LABspace, (Hillsdale, NY), Bull and Ram Gallery (Bushwick), UMass (Amherst), White Box Gallery (NY), The National Museum and Art Gallery (Trinidad), The Wall Street Journal Lobby Gallery (NY), Center for Book Arts (NY), Sara Meltzer Gallery (NY) and Kasia Kay Art Projects Gallery (Chicago). He has been awarded an LMCC Swing Space, a residencey at The Herzliya Center for the Creative Arts (Israel), the Elias Friedenshon Memorial Art Award and the Yale Summer School of Art Fellowship. Articles featuring his work have appeared in “W The New York Art World” and “NYArts Magazine.” Licul attended Pratt, SUNY Purchase and Queens College, from which he received a B.F.A.