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Harvey Daniels

While never being a pop-artist exactly, Harvey Daniels engagement with the banal image and its bold, bright presentation continued long into the 1970s, even though in purely formal terms the underlying disciplines of abstraction remained a determining force upon his work. And with his subsequent commitment, through the 1980s and 90s, to a full abstraction of his own, something of the reverse is true – that there remains to his statement and presentation of the entirely abstract figure, something of the cheerful take-it-or-leave it quality of his old pop images.” William Packer writing for the Harvey Daniels Retrospective at the White Gallery 2001

Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York Metropolitan Museum, New York Victoria and Albert Museum, London London University, Extra-Mural Dept, London Hove Museum of Art, Hove, Sussex Trinity College, Oxford Hertfordshire County Council, Hertfordshire Redbridge Art Centre, Redbridge, Essex Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, USA Flint Museum, Michigan, USA Trisolini Gallery, Ohio University, Ohio, USA Wright State University, Ohio, USA The Aldrich Collection, University of Brighton British Council Collection, London Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead South London Art Gallery, London Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, USA Cumberland House Museum, Southsea, Hampshire Free Library of Philadelphia, USA Yale University Art Gallery, Connecticut, USA Grampian Hospitals Arts Trust Bergens Kunstforening, Norway City Art Gallery, Leeds Tower Art Gallery, Eastbourne University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton Prizes and awards 2003 Winner of the Royal Watercolour Society award for best watercolour. Open exhibition. 1999 Freshfields Purchase Prize, C20, Bankside Gallery, London 1998 Prizewinner, Chichester Open

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“Passing through and beyond the cultural planes of the Orphism of early Modernism, Daniels has -like an Orpheus of old- finally come to sing of the replenishing mystery of life; of those border regions of painterly play, or poetics, that lie at the heart of being.” Michael Tucker, in Harvey Daniels: Ten Years, University of Brighton. 1997

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