Daniel Mohr

Phase Shifting

In his works, the former master pupil of Georg Baselitz, Daniel Mohr, refers compositionally to works by Francisco de Goya or Paul Klee. What sets him apart from the others is the painterly treatment. The motifs – landscapes, parks, or the painter at work in nature - which in everyday scenes tell of seemingly detached worlds, flow between oil painting and watercolour, from  casual transparency to opaque density. Fragmentations and abstract forms overlap the subjects in an incidental or obvious manner, and highlight the methods of painting like alienation effects.
Daniel Mohr
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Daniel Mohr

May 2012

ISBN 978-3-86678-721-6

26,00 × 24,50 cm

80 pages

61 colored illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Thomas Levy authors Jonas Beyer and Belinda Grace Gardner graphic design Claas Möller, Hamburg

Exhibition: “Daniel Mohr. Phase Shifting”, 8 May to 29 June 2012, LEVY Galerie Hamburg