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Dan Walsh 2002

The evolution of Walsh’s works, from the early 1990s to the present, has led him to abandon the concept of the "ideal" in abstract painting, which in the history of art is always somehow connected with a "psychological condition", in an attempt to give greater "weight" and "gravity" to his paintings, making them become less and less "transcendent" and more corporeal. Employing a language of simple geometric figures like squares, rectangles and lines creates abstract, minimal compositions that establish a dialogue with one another. An utterly personal minimalism the artist believes is the result ofsomething that develops, day after day, as he works on his canvases.

www.paolocurti.com/walsh/walsh.htm

Also see www.psprojectspace.nl exhibitions 2001 ‘WOP’

Reception 1999
(photo ccnoa)

Expositions avec
Dan Walsh
With your Eyes Only @ Yum, Brussels, 2010

external exhibitions & cooperations

Composite Visions @ CAN centre d’art de Neuchâtel, 2010

external exhibitions & cooperations

With your Eyes Only @ Kunstverein Medienturm, Graz (AT), 2009

external exhibitions & cooperations

My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble @ The Physics Room Christchurch (NZ), 2008

external exhibitions & cooperations

My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble @ Sydney College Of The Arts Gallery (AUS), 2008

external exhibitions & cooperations

Pas de soucis..., 2007

external exhibitions & cooperations