Irvin Morazan was born in El Salvador, San Salvador in 1976. BFA from the School
of Visual Arts 2003 and MFA Hunter College. In 2003 received the Robert Mapplethorpe award for Photography. Attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2009.
Irvin Morazan has exhibited nationally and abroad including exhibitions in Berlin, Mexico City, El Salvador, Colombia. In New York exhibitions include, Festival of New Ideas (presented by the New Museum), La Mama Gallery, HVCCA Museum, Asya Geisberg Gallery, Art in Odd Places, Exit Art, Rush Arts Gallery, Bronx River arts Center, Jersey City Museum, Sean Kelly Gallery, DCKT Gallery and Jack the Pelican presents.
Participated in the El Museo del Barrio S-Files Biennial 2011 which included performances in Time Square, Socrates Sculpture Park and Performa 11.
Art work has been featured on Art in America’s blog, Brooklyn Rail and New York Times. Received a Cisneros grant to attend SOMA residency in Mexico City in 2012. Currently works and lives in Brooklyn, New York.