Artist: Daniel Holfeld
Title: 'Pink Ascension'
Photograph: Signed and numbered limited edition of 12
Materials: Archival pigment print on private label hahnemühle paper
Dimensions: 80 (h) x 60 (w) cm / 31.5 (h) x 23.7 (w) inches
Price: £750 - unframed
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'Pink Ascension' Daniel Holfeld
The Space Between is a new series of works where Daniel Holfeld employs his visual language to interpret the architectural surfaces he encounters. The work has recently shown as a solo exhibition at RIAI (The Royal Institute of Architecture Ireland) and presently the exhibition is running at RIBA, London, continuing until the end of May 2020.
Inspired by Mexican architect Luis Barragán and the abstract expressionist painter Mark Rothko, the influence of the vivid clarity of modernist painting is evidenced, as he transforms his studies into striking vignettes of colour and geometric form. Through this series, Holfeld pushes his artistic practice into new territory, merging two different schools of creativity: documentary photography and abstract painterly composition. The images stand as authentic portraits of architecture but remain abstract in their intention. Harnessing the flexible veracity of the photographic medium, Holfeld's close-crop photographs show careful attention to the geometric fragments of his surroundings, which are revealed in subtle line and unexpected shadow cutting across pastel-walled surfaces.
Holfeld’s work has been included in exhibitions throughout Europe, including the recent solo exhibition at RIAI (Royal Institute of Architecture Ireland) and presently at RIBA in London until the end of May 2020. He has also recently shown with NoonPowell Gallery at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea (2020) and the AAF - Hampstead (2019); Gallery No. 3, London (2019); The Royal Art Prize, Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, London (2019); the Other Art Fair hosted by Saatchi Art, London (2018) and Art & Style, Selfridges Brown Thomas, Dublin (2018).
Daniel Holfeld currently works from his studio in Dublin, Ireland.
For further details about the artist and to view other works in the collection, click here for the artist's page.