The Chinati Foundation welcomes Artist in Residence Daniel Turner in September for a two-month residency.
Daniel Turner was born in 1983 in Portsmouth, Virginia. From 2001-2006 he studied painting at the San Francisco Art Institute and currently lives and works in New York NY.
Recent solos exhibitions include ‘PM’ at Team Gallery, New York, NY (2014);
’2 220′ at Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp, Belgium (2014); ‘Daniel Turner’ at Bischoff Projects, Frankfurt Germany (2014); ‘Daniel Turner’ at Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York, NY, (2013); and ‘Daniel Turner’, at White Cube Bermondsey, London, UK
Turner has exhibited widely in group exhibitions in the U.S and Europe such as ‘Art Unlimited’ at Art Basel, Switzerland (2014); ‘Clear’ at Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles CA (2014); ‘ PILAGE / FOLD’, at Gagosian Gallery, Paris, France (2014);
‘Eclat Attraction de la Ruine’, Université’, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France (2014); ’356 Sculptures’ at 356 Mission Road, Los Angeles CA (2013); ‘John McCracken + Daniel Turner’ at Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York, NY (2013); ‘Directions: Points
of Interest’ at Massimo De Carlo, Milan, Italy (2012); ‘you, your sun and shadow’ at Virginia Commonwealth University, Anderson Gallery, Richmond, VA (2012); ‘Bulletin Boards’ at Venus over Manhattan, New York, NY (2012); ‘nanomacromega’, at
University California San Diego, La Jolla, CA (2012); ‘The Perfect Man II’ at White Columns, New York, NY (2012); ‘Four Rooms’ at Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland (2011); ‘Expanded Painting’ at The Prague Biennale 5,
Prague, Czech Republic (2011); ‘Modern Talking’ at Muzeul de Arta Cluj-Napoca, Cluj, Romania (2011); ‘Tribute to Jim Dine’, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Virginia Beach VA, (2001) and ‘Selections from GSA’, The Chrysler Museum of Art,
Norfolk, VA (2000).
Turner is the three-time recipient of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship award (2004-2009), and was a visiting scholar at New York University (2009-2010).
The Chinati Foundation's Artist in Residence program is generously supported by the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation and the Chinati Contemporary Council. Chinati is grateful for the generous financial support of our members and the support and in-kind contributions of the people of Marfa.