The catalogue provides the most comprehensive overview of the artist's oeuvre, from the late 1970s until 1987, as well as more recent drawings and notes Daniëls has produced since 2007. Including historic paintings as well as works never previously reproduced, this richly illustrated publication recounts the development of Daniëls' visual language, while exploring the effects of repetition and variation inherent in his work. A wide selection of drawings completes the presentation, offering a closer understanding of the evolution of his vocabulary.
Softcover, 29 x 24,5 cm, 256 pages
Published by: WIELS, Mercatorfonds & Koenig Books
Edited by Devrim Bayar
With contributions by: Angela M. Bartholomew, Devrim Bayar, Paul Bernard & Jordan Kantor
Graphic design: Mevis & van Deursen and Robert Milne
Pre-press, printing and binding: Die Keure, Bruges