William Kentridge is highly regarded internationally for his works, which he realizes with masterly ease. They combine the humoresque with the incidental and are always characterized by an engaged, critical stance.

Daniel Mohr

Back to nature
The main thing of Daniel Mohr’s (born in 1976) paintings is painting itself. These pictures do not intend any political aims, social critique or narrative structures. They are painted plainly and herein Mohr takes up with his teacher Baselitz. Painting as a perceived reality, not as abstract relations of colour.
Their subjects, horizontal strand panoramas, bathing scenes in narrow public swimming pools, the view over the waterfront onto the sea’s sun-shimmering, which resolves figures and strand into each other or a view roaming low above the beach, they all let any narration step back. This reduced variety of themes emphasizes painting even more richly.

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"Daniel Mohr"

January 2007

ISBN 978-3-86678-049-1

21,00 x 28,00 cm

88 Pages

53 colored illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English

Galerie Levy, Hamburg

Eugen Blume and Christian Malycha
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition “Daniel Mohr. Zurück zur Natur / Back to Nature“, 2007, Galerie Levy, Hamburg.