Daniel Richter, ‘Same Old Slogan’, 2006, GRIMM

About Daniel Richter

Conveying current events with an anarchic and energetic punk rock approach, Daniel Richter uses almost-fluorescent colors and variegated brushstrokes to depict figures in situations of rebellion—scenes that are both exciting and surreal. Richter’s 2004 exhibition "The Morning After" featured a collection of oil paintings thematically linked by a narrative about circus performers and animals that have awakened to a post-apocalyptic world. The bizarre and occasionally psychedelic scenes evoke fear and anxiety, and violence or the threat thereof.

German, b. 1962, Lütjenburg, Germany, based in Berlin and Hamburg

Solo Shows on Artsy

Daniel Richter Grafik über Alles, Galerie Sabine Knust, München
Daniel Richter 'New Works', Galleri Bo Bjerggaard, Copenhagen V

Group Shows on Artsy

Wonderful World, Galleri Bo Bjerggaard, Copenhagen V
A Question of Perspective, GRIMM, Amsterdam