Published by Kerber. Edited by Thomas Levy. Text by Jonas Beyer. Belinda Grace Gardner.
A former pupil of Georg Baselitz, Berlin-based painter Daniel Mohr (born 1975) merges figurative motifs of landscapes, parks or the artist himself--many of which are borrowed from works by Goya or Klee--with fragments and abstract forms that cause what Mohr calls “phase shifts” in the painting’s composition.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Alexander Sairally. Text by Christoph Tannert, Dagrun Hintze.
A former student of Georg Baselitz, Daniel Mohr (born 1976) makes paintings exploring the relationship between man and nature. Walking a fine line between figuration and abstraction, Mohr represents landscapes and people as planes of watercolor and oil. This publication presents new works by Mohr that record his exploration of Goya and Paul Klee.
Published by Kerber/Edition Young Art. Text by Christian Malycha, Eugen Blume.
Daniel Mohr's paintings are about painting itself--about a perceived reality--not about abstract relations of color. A recent Master student of Georg Baselitz, Mohr works in a horizontal format, and depicts scenes from everyday life: bathers at a public pool or a vendor hawking circus balloons.