1976 · Germany
Berlin-based painter Daniel Mohr’s male and female nudes present a fractured, fragile corporeality and a disrupted human condition. His paintings depict an existential intermediate state in between presence and absence, materialization and dematerialization.
In his artistic practice, Mohr is concerned with questions of perception and reflects on our current state of existence in the digital age of disintegration and acceleration. His scenes often take place in landscapes such as parks, fields and beaches, where his figures may lose themselves in the colours enveloping them, in the spatial and temporal displacement taking place.
Mohr is represented by Alexander Levy Gallery in Berlin. Recent exhibitions include Ornament und Versprechen at alexander levy, Berlin (2017) and Neue Arbeiten at LEVY Galerie, Hamburg in 2016.
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