A native New Yorker, Gabriel J. Shuldiner was born and raised in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business and Philosophy from New York University and a Master of Fine Arts in painting and sculpture from Parsons, The New School for Design. He has also studied at the School of Visual Arts and the International Center for Photography. Upon graduating from Parsons, Shuldiner was selected by the Bronx Museum of the Arts for its “Artist in the Marketplace” Emerging Artist Program, and the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts’ Studio Residency Program, where he spent several years.
Gabriel J. Shuldiner’s Brueminimalist work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at select museums and institutions including the New Museum (NYC), The Museum at FIT (NYC), The Bronx Museum of the Arts (NYC), Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art (NYC), Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (Indianapolis), as well as many galleries, including Pace Gallery (NYC) , Luhring Augustine (NYC), Sikkema Jenkins & Co. Gallery ( NYC), White Box (NYC), Christopher Henry Gallery (NYC), Sundaram Tagore Gallery (NYC), Wave Hill Cultural Center (NYC), The Kitchen (NYC), ODD (NYC), Occulter (NYC), Seven New York (NYC), BBlessing (NYC), David Richard Gallery (Sante Fe), Litvak Contemporary (Tel Aviv), and Church Boutique (Los Angeles).
Gabriel J. Shuldiner lives and works in Manhattan’s West Chelsea where he currently maintains his studio.