Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack
Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack is a completely self-taught artist living and working in Los Angeles. Gaitor-Lomack’s practice can be defined as walking a fine line comprised of DNA, time- honored existence, and poetic totality, unveiling a window of artmaking for the viewer to look through. Baring all, Daniel picks up where his battles leave off, ritualizing narratives and embodying cultural legacies that he is influenced by or subconsciously led to produce. Materials are sourced from the mundane, environments, communities, landscape, the unknown, and bridging a variety of media.
In 2018, Daniel was a grant recipient of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation (Los Angeles). Daniel was a shifting pillar in a traveling exhibition (BBQLA AFA) throughout the US, the first of its kind, spanning over 3 months, 14 different states/cities, and over 7,000 miles. He has exhibited at art fairs and at artist-run, international, alternative, commercial, and museum galleries such as: BBQLA, Night Gallery, ltd los angeles, LAXART, Transmission (UK), Torrance Art Museum, and NADA Miami.