Ron Morosan Is an artist, writer, and curator. He was born in Detroit, Michigan and moved to New York City in 1975 where he worked at the Allan Frumkin Gallery, while maintaining his studio practice. He was in the first New Museum show, Memory. at C Space. He has shown his work internationally at the American Pavilion of The Venice Biennale and the Circulo De Bellas Artes in Madrid, Spain. In the United States he has shown at the New Museum and had a one-person exhibition at the New Jersey State Museum, and at numerous galleries in New York. He curated the Robert Dowd exhibition, Subversive Pop, at Center Galleries in Detroit, as well as Denotation, Connotation, Implication at Eisner Gallery, City University of New York. He has written catalogues for many artists, including Enid Sanford, Tom Parish, Robert Dowd, and others. In the 1990’s he started and ran B4A Gallery in Soho, New York, writing press releases, articles, and catalogues. He is represented by Westwood Gallery in New York.