November Exhibit: Daniel Danger
Half Curtained and Breathless
New Works by Daniel Danger
November 21-December 13, 2020
We’re always excited to have a new exhibit, but we’re particularly pleased to be announcing that our next exhibit will feature new works by Massachusetts-based illustrator and print-maker Daniel Danger. We’ve previously shown Daniel’s art in two solo exhibits and each time he has wowed us with his meticulous style and command of a limited color palette. This is a show you don’t want to miss!
The exhibit will be open for viewing and sales beginning Saturday, November 21st, 10am-6pm, but we are being cautious and will not be holding an opening reception.
Online sales will start on Sunday, November 22nd— sign up for our gallery previews email list at http://previews.rotofugi.com to receive an email when works are available to purchase online!
The gallery is open for viewing at Rotofugi, 2780 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, 10am-6pm daily, or view online at gallery.rotofugi.com
About the Artist / Artist Statement
Daniel Danger is an illustrator and print-maker living in the woods of Massachusetts. The son of a middle school art teacher and a professional potter, he was probably never going to be an accountant. His explanation of his own work is borderline nonsense and involves overlapping timelines, references to SIERRA point n' click adventure games, number stations in the desert oscillating whispered converations, the death of ghosts at the hands of foliage, giant trauma shadow beings born of kidnapped children that drip wolf shadows, and 1920s childrens books. He is the lost boy-king of Ghost Island, and a broken brain'd hoarder of vintage music gear, old toy ambulances, and bad hardcore records. Him and his wife have a dog named after noted character actor Toby Huss.
Daniel plays or has played in the following bands: Caspermask, A City Safe From Sea, The Saddest Landscape, IDNOCLIP, Squall, XcrimedogX, & Some Stranger.