“Daniel Rolnik is The World’s Most Adorable Art Critic.”
Daniel Rolnik is a writer based in Los Angeles. His career started when he handed an old band’s flyer to a girl named Pocahontas, who for no particular reason invited him to write for a new magazine called LA Record. Since then, he’s gone on to interview some of the raddest artists in the world for websites like FecalFace and Argot & Ochre. And now he is also a contributing writer to publications like LA Weekly, Hi Fructose, Beautiful/Decay, CARTWHEEL, Bulkka, Hurley, Reserve Result, etc… If you ever hear “Hi, I’m Daniel” at an art opening, then just know that he’s probably near.
In addition to writing about art, Daniel co-owns the publishing company Intellectual Property Prints, runs the YouTube channel For The Funk of It, and writes webisodes for the artist interview series Underpainting.
Recent lectures have included talks at LACMA, Azuza Pacific University, OTIS College of Art & Design, Amanda Harris Gallery, ToyBreak, Gabba Gallery, Giant Robot Gallery, California State University Stanislaus, The Compound Gallery & Studios, and Flower Pepper Gallery.
Art exhibits curated by Daniel Rolnik include: “The Season of Spring” at Flower Pepper Gallery, “Ultimate Beach” at BG Gallery [Santa Monica], “The Season of Summer” at Flower Pepper Gallery, “3 Exhibits in the month of April” at BG Gallery [Bergamot Station], “The Orgone Accumulators” at BG Gallery [Santa Monica], “Interviews” at CURIO Gallery, “CAVES” at Silverlake Art Company.
Daniel Rolnik has exhibited his artworks in the following exhibits: “From Little Things, Big Things Grow” at BG Gallery, “Line Attack 3″ at The Hive Gallery, “Cart Gallery” at BG Gallery, “Eye Candy” at Benedict House, “Faces” at Gabba Gallery, “MARS Bizarre” at The Rat Factory Art Gallery, “Wabba” at Gallery, “Posters” at Homeroom Gallery, “Printed Matter 10″ at Giant Robot Gallery, “Beyond Sustainability” at YEH Studio, “Puppyfish” at a private residence in Paris, “Creatures From The Deep” at 225 Hurley, “Futureland 2012″ at AR4T, The Venice Art Walk, The Anaheim Art Walk, The L.A. Zine Fest, and DesignerCon.