Born and raised in Beverly Hills, California, Daniel Maltzman has always been interested in pop culture and advertisement. His early career consisted of promoting the hottest clubs in Hollywood and running a successful business in the fashion industry. A switch to the art world was natural for Maltzman as his obsession with creativity and expression only grew with his exposure to the art scene that so profoundly impacted Los Angeles nightlife.
Maltzman’s copious nature provokes his productive relationship to art. His ability to generate an excessive amount of ideas and his obsession with production are unique qualities that drive Maltzman’s practice. Maltzman is also fascinated by Los Angeles’ contemporary urban settings and street style aesthetics. Mixing acrylics with spray paints and juxtaposing realism and abstract, Daniel Maltzman’s work is captivating and richly dynamic. Striking shapes and bold colors show evidence of Mark Grotjahn’s influence on Maltzman’s work, and admiration for Andy Warhol’s muses are consistent with Maltzman’s subjects of choice.
Collectors such as Justin Bieber, Eugenio Lopez, Paris Hilton, J.J. Reddick, Scott Painter, and Steve Tisch, are just a few of the esteemed owners of Maltzman’s growing body of work.
Maltzman is currently exhibiting with: West Chelsea Contemporary in Austin, TX; Dawson Cole Fine Art in Palm Desert, CA; Buckhead Art in Atlanta GA; and Chloe Gallery in San Francisco, CA.