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Untitled, 2010 - Daniel Sinsel

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Untitled, 2010

Daniel Sinsel  

Print, Work on paper
37 x 56 cm / 14.57 x 22.05 inch
Edition of 50 copies, signed and numbered by the artist.

  • Medium: photo polymer gravure print on Somerset paper
  • This work is unframed
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about this work

Untitled (2010) shows a recurrent influence in the practice of Daniel Sinsel, namely a kind of latent eroticism of neoclassicism, which is reflected in his use of the male form and phallic symbols. Apart from the humorous sexual double entendres, they also serve to open a discussion on the darker side of human desire and fetish.

Untitled was co-published by ICA and New Contemporaries, on the occasion of the group exhibition Bloomberg New Contemporaries (2010), at the ICA, London.

about Daniel Sinsel

Daniel Sinsel is a painter who often incorporates organic materials (e.g. clay, hazelnuts, etc.) into his canvases, thus attempting to translate perishable into durable materials. As he sees his work as part painting, part sculpture, Sinsel brings these different kinds of found objects together in tight, simple, yet detailed compositions by means of craft-based practices such as metalworking, ceramics, weaving and sewing. Through playing with spatial awareness and materiality, he is known for his combination of realism and subtlety, which frequently results in surrealist illusions that manipulate the viewer’s sense of perspective.

Daniel Sinsel has had numerous solo exhibitions, including shows at Chisenhale Gallery, London; The Breeder, Athens; and Casa Maauad, Mexico. His work has been shown in several group exhibitions such as MoMA, New York; Hayward Gallery, London; Inverleith House, Edinburgh; and Hauser & Wirth, Zürich. He has also participated at the Liverpool Biennial in 2002.

Daniel Sinsel is represented by the following galleries;
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Sadie Coles HQ, London

Office Baroque, Brussels

Galerie Micky Schubert, Berlin

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