Mario Moore


Princeton adds portraits of blue-collar workers alongside those of college presidents and deans

Good Morning America: When this artist honored Princeton’s blue-collar workers, the university took notice

Princeton artist-fellow Mario Moore celebrates African American workers

Princeton University Portraits lacked diversity, so this artist painted the blue-collar workers ‘who really run things’

Princeton artist-fellow Mario Moore celebrates African American workers

Most Paintings on Princeton’s Campus Are of Dead White Men. But One Artist Is Adding Equally Grand Portraits of Its Cooks and Cleaners

Princeton University is hanging a series of portraits that honor its blue-collar campus workers

Princeton University portraits give campus workers the spotlight

Who Deserves to be Recognized; Seeing Campus Workers in a Different Light

A Fellow At Work

Special Promise: Early-Career Artists, Humanists Enjoy a Year To Create as Hodder Fellows

Mario Moore’s Latest Works Take a Look at How Black Men Rest

Detroit Artists Jova Lynn and Mario Moore Question the Class and Racial Complexities of Leisure

Mario Says Relax

A Painter Reflects On When Black Men Get To Rest

New Detroit Art Exhibit Asks, ‘Is It Ever Possible for Black Men to Rest?’

Recently Acquired Painting by Mario Moore Now on Display at DIA

Princeton Hodder Fellowship 2018-2019

New York Times: Detroit Museums Examine The Riots That Changed The City by Michael T. Luongo

Detroit Art Exhibitions Look Back at 1967 Racial Unrest by Roberta Gedert

Artist Mario Moore Highlights Social Justice In Art by Yvette Caslin

International Artist Exhibit ‘Us Is Them’ Spotlights Social Justice Issues by Les Neuhaus

Art America Interview with Keshida Layone