Mario Moore is a Detroit native, currently residing in New York City. Moore’s work has afforded him many opportunities— from multiple exhibitions and featured articles including the New York Times. His work is included in several public and private collections which include the Detroit Institute of Art and the Studio Museum in Harlem. Some of his solo show exhibits have been seen at the David Klein Gallery and The Urban Institute of Contemporary Art... He has recently been awarded a Princeton Hodder Fellowship for 2018-2019.
“A Painter Reflects on When Black Men Get to Rest” by Sarah Rose Sharp, Hyperallergic
“Mario Moore’s Latest Work Takes a Look at How Black Men Rest,” One Detroit: Detroit Public TV
“Mario Moore: Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop,” College for Creative Studies
“Artist Documents his Recovery from Trauma and Brain Surgery With Haunting Exhibit,” Afropunk
“Detroit Art Exhibitions Look Back at 1967 Racial Unrest” by Roberta Gedert, The Blade
“Artist Mario Moore Highlights Social Justice in Art” by Yvette Caslin, Rolling Out