“Lines, even the most consistently linear lines, almost abstract at first and unrelated to the human body, become drunken lines, seized by ignoble undulations, unconnected to anyone or anything, but ignoble nevertheless.” - Henri Michaux, Infinite Turbulence

Born in Paris in 1982, Alexis Dahan became German abstract painter Hermann Amann’s assistant at age 20 while studying literature and philosophy in Paris, France and Siena, Italy.

Living and working in New York since 2005, Dahan organized Laurent Grasso’s first US show in 2007 and has also worked closely with Robert Longo as a photography consultant on special projects. For the last five years Dahan has been regularly commissioned by W Magazine and Purple Magazine for editorial photography while developing his own personal work focused on conceptual abstraction.

Half Gallery
Hours: MONDAY-FRIDAY, 10-6 p.m., SATURDAY, 12-4 p.m., and by appointment 

Support provided by W Magazine. And with the collaboration of RxArt

Half Gallery 208 Forsyth Street New York New York

Alexis Dahan Exhibition: THE LOVER’S BODY PARTS ARE SEPARATED

When
Nov 27 - Dec 30 2012
Where
Half Gallery
208 Forsyth Street
New York New York
#7 - piezography - 16 by 20 inches - edition of 3 - 2012

 

“Lines, even the most consistently linear lines, almost abstract at first and unrelated to the human body, become drunken lines, seized by ignoble undulations, unconnected to anyone or anything, but ignoble nevertheless.” - Henri Michaux, Infinite Turbulence

Born in Paris in 1982, Alexis Dahan became German abstract painter Hermann Amann’s assistant at age 20 while studying literature and philosophy in Paris, France and Siena, Italy.

Living and working in New York since 2005, Dahan organized Laurent Grasso’s first US show in 2007 and has also worked closely with Robert Longo as a photography consultant on special projects. For the last five years Dahan has been regularly commissioned by W Magazine and Purple Magazine for editorial photography while developing his own personal work focused on conceptual abstraction.

Half Gallery
Hours: MONDAY-FRIDAY, 10-6 p.m., SATURDAY, 12-4 p.m., and by appointment 

Support provided by W Magazine. And with the collaboration of RxArt

 

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