MARIO M. MULLER
A native New Yorker, Mario M. Muller has pursued his artistic career for over three decades now. As a painter and a sculptor, Mr. Muller has had over 20 solo exhibitions in cities like Louisville, San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Munich and Paris. Throughout his career, Mr. Muller has been commissioned often for public art installations including murals for the Louisville International Airport Authority, the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts and the New York MTA Arts in Transit Program. Mr. Muller's works on paper have been published by The Sonora Review, The American Voice, University of Pittsburg Press, Hummingbird Press and Sarabande Press. His work has been featured in more than 40 group shows across the nation. Since 2005, Mr. Muller has lived and worked in Los Angeles, CA, with his wife and son.
“Over decades, I have honed an iconography centered in the contemporary urban landscape. The urgent rhythms of city dwellers, seen as silhouette and shadow, have provided a well of inspiration. The cracks in the pavement mark longitude and latitude lines of their destination-driven existence. UrbanMotif seeks to reveal the recalcitrant details of the unpredictable metropolis.”