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Don't Forget The Keys

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Daniel Buchner

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Don't Forget The Keys

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Daniel Buchner

US$ 1,500

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2014

Giclee fine art print on canvas

Edition of 5

Dimensions: 70cm (H) x 120cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 27.6" (H) x 47.2" (W) x 0.8" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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This is a piano, just so you know.

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Born: 1984

Hometown: Utrecht

Based in: Utrecht, The Netherlands

In the early years of the 20th century a movement started in The Netherlands under supervision of Theo van Doesburg. It was called Nieuwe Beelding / De Stijl or Neoplastisicm. Its most prominent member was Piet Mondriaan. Its style advocated an expression of a new utopian ideal of spiritual harmony and order by abstraction and universality. Reduction to the essentials of form and colour. It were turbulent times in both art and everyday life. Now, more than 100 years into the future, turbulent times arise once again. Global crises and hardship reighn. Balance is no longer an ideal, it’s a necessity. "My compositions are an exploration into a new Neoplasticism. Order through abstraction in form and colour. Leaning heavily on the vision of spiritual harmony".

Dutchman Daniel Buchner (1984) is a self taught, digital native artist. His works are created digitally. No pencils, no paint, no mess.
He takes minuscule pictures of inspiring photographs, art pieces etc. and takes out all color gradients, this way hard edged colour pixels remain. Then he edits, rearranges, cuts, pastes and combines - composes, if you will - these pixels to become new works of art. Titles of his compositions always refer to the original work. This way the old always stays connected to the new. Capturing the present perpetually.

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