Daniel Herr

Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Herr describes his vibrantly chaotic paintings as “obnoxious,” combining elements of absurdity with robust color and expressive brushwork. Influenced early on by abstract expressionist painters like Willem de Kooning, Herr also incorporates collage into his visually tumultuous compositions. Dynamically executed, his work navigates the interactions between pattern, color and intent, mapping each stretch of imagined space with a wry sense of purpose.


Herr has exhibited in various galleries around in the United States since 2008, including Kate Alkarni Gallery, Seattle, M23, New York, Hamill Gallery, Boston University, Lincoln Arts Project, Waltham, Massachusetts, and 2014 SCOPE New York at Asterisk Projects, New York. 

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