Daniel Chadwick, b. 1965, England
Known for his mechanical evocation of nature, Daniel Chadwick has exhibited worldwide and his work can be found in many collections. He has a unique a background in both art and engineering.
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Crucible 2 at Gloucester Cathedral
Daniel's 'Constellation 2014' is currently on exhibition at Gloucester Cathedral as part of the 'Crucible 2' exhibition. The exhibition is taking place throughout the cathedral and grounds and will run until 31 October 2014. Other artists exhibiting include Kenneth Armitage, Damien Hirst, Terence Coventry, Gavin Turk and Antony Gormley. For more information, please visit www.crucible2.co.uk
What Marcel Duchamp Taught Me
Daniel will be exhibiting a sculpture as part of the forthcoming 'What Marcel Duchamp Taught Me' exhibition at the Fine Art Society in New Bond Street, W1. Running from 10 October - 5 November 2014 the show will see notable contemporary artists celebrate the legacy of Duchamp's 'readymade'. Artists exhibiting include Martin Creed, Colin Glen, Richard Hamilton, Idris Khan, Noble & Webster and Gavin Turk. More information can be found on the FAS website.
Video of Gloucester Cathedral installation
Here's a video of Daniel's installation at the 'Crucible' exhibition, which took place in Gloucester Cathedral last year.
Backgammon sets now available at Other Criteria
Daniel's beautiful backgammon sets are now available from Other Criteria. The sets are available in four colourways, each in a limited edition of just 50. You can find out more by visiting the Other Criteria website.
Pangolin London Christmas Show
Daniel is exhibiting his 'Golden Valley' sculpture as part of Pangolin London's Christmas Show. The exhibition will be running from 9 - 24 December 2010 at Pangolin's gallery in Kings Place. Other artists exhibiting include David Bailey, Ralph Brown, Terence Coventry, Abigail Fallis and Peter Randall-Page. For more information about the exhibition, please visit www.pangolinlondon.com