Adam Moskowitz is the Principal of Moskowitz Bayse, a Los Angeles-based gallery that specializes in the sale of contemporary artworks, as well as the development, exhibition, and publication of its represented artists.
He previously worked as founder, owner and chief curator of his eponymous Moskowitz Gallery, also a Los Angeles based contemporary art gallery, specializing in the representation and exhibition of important emerging artists. His success in programming and operating the gallery to date has established his reputation as a meaningful gallerist in Los Angeles and fortified his point of view as a curator. In doing so, he has elevated the experience of the exhibition for artists, viewers and clients. Similar in nature to Moskowitz Bayse, Moskowitz Gallery functions as a platform for championing artists. In addition to mounting five institutional-quality exhibitions in its first year, Mr. Moskowitz has coordinated over twenty events including artist interviews, lectures, curatorial walkthroughs, dance and musical performances, and a classical concert series sponsored by Steinway & Sons.
Prior to opening Moskowitz Gallery, Mr. Moskowitz worked as an independent curator, writer, and art dealer. He started his career in Boston where he cultivated many relationships with artists, most of whom he continues to work with closely. In 2012 he moved to Los Angeles in order to position himself and his artists more squarely in the global contemporary economy and dialogue. Simultaneously, he maintains his own artistic practice with the same passion and diligence with which he has built a successful gallery.
Mr. Moskowitz studied Music Production and Engineering with a minor in classical violin at Berklee College of Music, in conjunction with Printing and Art History at the School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. His work ethic, interdisciplinary artistic sensibilities, and autodidactic personality give him the unique ability to cultivate relationships with artists and clients with extraordinary enthusiasm, academic rigor and intensity. Learn more on the gallery website – http://www.moskowitzgallery.com/