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DANIEL MARTIN

“Do what you love”|| “and love what you do”||

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DANIEL MARTIN

“Do what you love”|| “and love what you do”||

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DANIEL MARTIN

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DANIEL MARTIN

“Do what you love & love what you do”

Daniel (1982) lives and works in Leiden, The Netherlands. He is currently busy investigating into the transmutational properties of matter. The resulting paintings and sculptures do not have a definite form and present separate realities that offer alternative paths of perception. In order to arrive at these new forms, Daniel uses cuttings of his paintings as well as objets trouvés and creations made by others. The disparate elements act as disjointed brushstrokes which he reassembles in coherent shapes, creating a new object whose shape holds no single truth.

His work

His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including shows in the MAQRO Museum, Queretaro; Museo Nacional de la Revolución, Havana; SOHD, Cobra Museum, Amstelveen; Booth Gallery, New York; The Who Gallery, London; Den Gallery, Kuwait City; Thinkspace, Los Angeles; and a duo show with Phillip Akkerman, Sis Josip Gallery, The Hague.

Co-founder

Daniel is co-founder of the artist initiative Arthouse which organizes myriad art projects and runs two residencies (NL/MEX). In 2019 he co-founded the annual 1606 project that facilitates cross cultural connections between international artists in collaboration with PaintGuide and the University of Leiden among other local partners in The Netherlands and Mexico.

DANIEL MARTIN

Daniel (1982) lives and works in Leiden, The Netherlands. He is currently busy investigating into the transmutational properties of matter. The resulting paintings and sculptures do not have a definite form and present separate realities that offer alternative paths of perception. In order to arrive at these new forms, Daniel uses cuttings of his paintings as well as objets trouvés and creations made by others. The disparate elements act as disjointed brushstrokes which he reassembles in coherent shapes, creating a new object whose shape holds no single truth.

His work

His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including shows in the MAQRO Museum, Queretaro; Museo Nacional de la Revolución, Havana; SOHD, Cobra Museum, Amstelveen; Booth Gallery, New York; The Who Gallery, London; Den Gallery, Kuwait City; Thinkspace, Los Angeles; and a duo show with Phillip Akkerman, Sis Josip Gallery, The Hague.

Co-founder

Daniel is co-founder of the artist initiative Arthouse which organizes myriad art projects and runs two residencies (NL/MEX). In 2019 he co-founded the annual 1606 project that facilitates cross cultural connections between international artists in collaboration with PaintGuide and the University of Leiden among other local partners in The Netherlands and Mexico.

DANIEL MARTIN

“Do what you love & love what you do”

Daniel (1982) lives and works in Leiden, The Netherlands. He is currently busy investigating into the transmutational properties of matter. The resulting paintings and sculptures do not have a definite form and present separate realities that offer alternative paths of perception. In order to arrive at these new forms, Daniel uses cuttings of his paintings as well as objets trouvés and creations made by others. The disparate elements act as disjointed brushstrokes which he reassembles in coherent shapes, creating a new object whose shape holds no single truth.

Daniel is co-founder of the artist initiative Arthouse which organizes myriad art projects and runs two residencies (NL/MEX). In 2019 he co-founded the annual 1606 project that facilitates cross cultural connections between international artists in collaboration with PaintGuide and the University of Leiden among other local partners in The Netherlands and Mexico.

His work

His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including shows in the MAQRO Museum, Queretaro; Museo Nacional de la Revolución, Havana; SOHD, Cobra Museum, Amstelveen; Booth Gallery, New York; The Who Gallery, London; Den Gallery, Kuwait City; Thinkspace, Los Angeles; and a duo show with Phillip Akkerman, Sis Josip Gallery, The Hague.

 

Co-founder

Daniel is co-founder of the artist initiative Arthouse which organizes myriad art projects and runs two residencies (NL/MEX). In 2019 he co-founded the annual 1606 project that facilitates cross cultural connections between international artists in collaboration with PaintGuide and the University of Leiden among other local partners in The Netherlands and Mexico.

DANIEL MARTIN

“Do what you love & love what you do”

Daniel (1982) lives and works in Leiden, The Netherlands. He is currently busy investigating into the transmutational properties of matter. The resulting paintings and sculptures do not have a definite form and present separate realities that offer alternative paths of perception. In order to arrive at these new forms, Daniel uses cuttings of his paintings as well as objets trouvés and creations made by others. The disparate elements act as disjointed brushstrokes which he reassembles in coherent shapes, creating a new object whose shape holds no single truth.

His work

His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including shows in the MAQRO Museum, Queretaro; Museo Nacional de la Revolución, Havana; SOHD, Cobra Museum, Amstelveen; Booth Gallery, New York; The Who Gallery, London; Den Gallery, Kuwait City; Thinkspace, Los Angeles; and a duo show with Phillip Akkerman, Sis Josip Gallery, The Hague.

 

Co-founder

Daniel is co-founder of the artist initiative Arthouse which organizes myriad art projects and runs two residencies (NL/MEX). In 2019 he co-founded the annual 1606 project that facilitates cross cultural connections between international artists in collaboration with PaintGuide and the University of Leiden among other local partners in The Netherlands and Mexico.

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