David Berkowitz Chicago born on January 30, 1943, is one of the leading contemporary painters in the United States. He completed the elementary school while living in Aurora. When his family moved to Chicago, David Berkowitz continued his education at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, from where graduated in 1965.
While staying in Chicago Berkowitz started painting soon after he joined the group "Village". It was a group of young artist who was very impressed by the naive art. As David Berkowitz continued to develop as an artist, his art was leaving no one indifferent. Being a fan of horses and life, Berkowitz created many artworks with such themes, and some critics consider this to be the main thing that established him as a fruitful painter.
So far, David Berkowitz had about 270 solo exhibitions around the world and in Chicago, where he presented himself with more than 7,000 art pieces.
In its book of well-known and recognized citizens of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago includes David Berkowitz, for his outstanding achievements in the field of art and painting. Today he lives, works and creates in Chicago.
As a painter, David Berkowitz Chicago has over 100 large solo exhibitions and about 1000 collective exhibitions in 125 countries all over the world on all continents. Also, created several illustrations of books and children's picture books, painted portraits, landscapes, and dead nature.
For his work Berkowitz mainly uses oil, temper and watercress technique. Many of the art Berkowitz created has been displayed at the American National Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and similar.