Mario Moore is a Detroit-born painter residing in Brooklyn. Moore received his BFA in Illustration from the College for Creative Studies in 2009 and an MFA in Painting from the Yale School of Art in 2013. His work has created many opportunities; from multiple shows, featured articles, to working on two large production films as a sculptor, “Real Steel” and “Red Dawn”. He is the co-curator of several exhibits which includes “Great American Artist” at the Charles H. Wright Museum and “Do the Yale Thing” at the George N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art. He creates pieces that have a direct correlation to the here and now while consuming the history of Blacks in an effort to reanalyze social constructs. For him Painting and images are a catalyst for dramatic change. Mario currently works and resides in Brooklyn, NY.