Danny Sobor (b. 1992) is a visual artist based in Detroit. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, he moved to the Motor City after graduation from Brown University in 2015. In this time, his work has shifted from black and white illustration to color-filled oil paintings that retain remnants from his earlier graphic street work.
He has shown work in two solo exhibits in Chicago, and his prints have been displayed in the Seoul Museum Art as well as in the permanent collection of the Rockefeller Library in Providence, RI.
10 Warm Months solo exhibition is Danny Sobor’s debut series of oil paintings exemplifying visual pluralism. His personal narrative weaves between universal imagery and art world references while his process aligns the digital and the analog. The is his first solo exhibit in Detroit and debut of paintings in his artistic career.
Read more in his interview.