Danny Morse

Danny Morse

1979, Wangaratta, Victoria
Lives and works in Sydney, Australia

 

Danny Morse uses painting, photography and sculpture to playfully construct visual witticisms. Morse has often used found objects in his work, whether presented as is or in some way altered. It is a technique that was brought to modernism through the surrealist ‘objet trouve’ and was supposed to be a real thing that through its strangeness or ‘marvelousness’pierced the everyday drudgery of life and pointed to another zone of possibility, ‘the surreal’.

Artworks

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Education

1999
Bachelor of Fine Art, National Art School, Sydney

Solo Exhibitions

2017
'Stoned', Chalk Horse, Sydney
2015
'Trophy', Chalk Horse, Sydney
2013
'En Court', Chalk Horse, Sydney

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018
Sydney Contemporary, Chalk Horse, Sydney
Grit, Willoughby Incinerator, Sydney
Art Central Hong Kong, Chalk Horse, Sydney
2015
Mug shot, Gallery Ecosse,
2014
Melbourne Art Fair, Chalk Horse, Sydney
. . .

Bibliography

Blouin Art Info, ‘”Danny Morse: Stoned” at Chalk Horse Sydney’, Blouinartinfo (online), September 21

Collections

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