About the Work
Dan Attoe explores the sublime by painting majestic fictional landscapes – expansive views that ease into the foreground to reveal tiny figures punctuated by truisms rendered in silver text. Attoe said of his work, “The landscape can be enjoyed for its beauty, and the disparity between it and the figures, but it also exists in service to these contemporary people in funny or ordinary clothing saying everyday things about e-mails or engaging in interpersonal clumsiness.” In Warm Afternoon Waiting, the viewer is treated to an open view of coastal expanse that dwarfs the five tiny figures punctuating the shore paddling on surfboards while cryptically musing, "We're not what we say we are... things shift in the corners of my eye."
Dan Attoe has mounted solo exhibitions at Half Gallery (New York), Peres Projects (Berlin + Los Angeles), Western Exhibitions (Chicago), Museo de Arte Contemporanea de Castilla y Leon, and Vilma Gold (London). He has been included in group exhibitions at MoMA PS1 (New York), Franklin Parrash Gallery (New York), The Hole (New York), Zabludowicz Collection (London) and Astrup Fearnley Museet (Oslo) among others. He has been featured in The New York Times, Artforum, Paper, ArtInfo, Frieze, Muse, andGQ. He was born in 1975 (Bremerton, Washington), and currently lives and works in Southwest Washington.
Authentication & Resale
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Framed artwork is custom framed once it is ordered. Allow 3-5 weeks for framing and delivery.
All of our frames are made from sustainably sourced engineered hardwood that is manufactured in the USA. Frames are available in Black or White Matte and Walnut.
Prints are hinged to a conservation quality, acid-free and lignin-free Cellulose matboard, using acid-free polyethylene cloth tape. Each mat’s surface paper is fade and bleed resistant and is attached to a conversation quality foam-core board. Some of our work (typically those pieces with a deckled edge) is floated on the matboard with spacers to separate the artwork from the glazing.
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Our White and Black frames have a ⅞” wide flat face and are 15/16” deep. Mats are 1” wide for prints up to 8” x 10”. Mats are 2” wide for prints larger than 8” x 10”.
Our Natural and Walnut frames have a ¾” wide flat face and are 1 ⅛” deep. Mats are 1” wide for prints up to 8” x 10”. Mats are 2” wide for prints larger than 8” x 10”.
Any artwork that is floated will be placed in a frame that has a ⅝” wide flat face and is 1 5/16” deep. Work will be floated with a 1” border around it.
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