Marius Glauer, born 1983 in Oslo, Norway, is a German-Norwegian artist. He studied art at Parsons School of Art and Design in New York and at Berlin University of the Arts where he graduated as master-class student of Josephine Pryde. As co-founder of producer gallery Heit Berlin, he acted as participating artist and curator between 2010 and 2017 in over 30 exhibitions. In 2021 he
published his monograph GLAUER with Hatje Cantz. He lives and works in Berlin. Glauer’s work has been shown in national and international exhibitions such as Galerie Barbara Thumm (Berlin), Martina Tauber Fine Art (Munich), Daimler Contemporary (Berlin), Villa Schöningen (Potsdam), Kunstnernes Hus (Oslo), Alexander Levy Gallery (Berlin), Villa Arson (Nice), DeSchool (Amsterdam) and AddsDonna (Chicago). He is represented in diverse institutional and private collections including Daimler Art
Collection (Berlin/Stuttgart), Augstein Collection (Munich), Reisenthel Collection (Munich) and more.