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SELECTED WORKS BY Dan Holdsworth

Untitled 8 (Hyperborea)
Dan Holdsworth
Untitled 8 (Hyperborea)

2006

C-print

122 x 152cm
Shot on location in Iceland, Dan Holdsworth’s Untitled (Hyperborea) series unfolds like an elaborate set from a science fiction film. Picturing the landscape at night, the eerie lighting effects are not the result of computer manipulation, but rather the natural occurrence of the Northern Lights bathing the barren, volcanic countryside. Photographed with long exposures, Holdsworth’s landscapes develop a supernatural glow, making the mountains and rivers appear alien and atomic; the recognisable features of distant buildings, cars, and passing aeroplanes lend a disturbing familiarity to the apocalyptic scenes.
Untitled 9 (Hyperborea)
Dan Holdsworth
Untitled 9 (Hyperborea)

2006

C-print

122 x 152 cm
Untitled 10 (Hyperborea)
Dan Holdsworth
Untitled 10 (Hyperborea)

2006

C-print

122 x 152 cm
Untitled 11 (Hyperborea)
Dan Holdsworth
Untitled 11 (Hyperborea)

2006

C-print

122 x 152cm
Untitled 3 (The Gregorian)
Dan Holdsworth
Untitled 3 (The Gregorian)

2005

C-print

122 x 152cm
Dan Holdsworth’s Untitled (The Gregorian) images were taken at the American National Astronomy and Ionosphere Centre in Puerto Rico; the UFO-like form is in actuality part of the Arecibo Space Telescope. Photographed a night with exposures up to four hours, the unusual location of an aeronautics station nestled deep in a jungle gains an even more mysterious aura; as the acidic hues captured on film translate with the graphic effect of video games. Through his exploration of the natural world through the simple mechanisation of photography, Holdsworth defines a modern spiritualism, a humbling reminder of the scope of things yet undiscovered.
Untitled 5 (The Gregorian)
Dan Holdsworth
Untitled 5 (The Gregorian)

2005

C-print

122 x 152cm






Other artists in
Artists in future exhibitions

Dawit Abebe    Caroline Achaintre    Rebecca Ackroyd    Markus Amm    Helene Appel    Ivan Argote    Dan Attoe    Diann Bauer    Michael Bauer    Dan Bayles    Simon Bedwell    Anna Freeman Bentley    Emilia Bergmark    Katherine Bernhardt    Gabriele Beveridge    Richard Billingham    Alina and Jeff Bliumis    Gabriella Boyd    Matti Braun    Bozidar Brazda    Jonny Briggs    David Brooks    Joey Bryniarska    Agnieszka Brzezanska    Loz Chalk    Ronin Cho    James Clarkson    Lucy Coggle    Andy Collins    Inez de Coo    Jessica Craig-Martin    Ana Cvorovic    Ian Davis    Nicholas Dedics    Tomory Dodge    Robert Dowling    Stef Driesen    Howard Dyke    Ara Dymond    Judith Eisler    Annabel Emson    Carlos Noronha Feio    Dee Ferris    Luc Fuller    Michael Fullerton    Dmitri Galitzine    Julia Goldman    Hilary Harnischfeger    Chris Hawtin    Kati Heck    David Herbert    Patrick Hill    Dan Holdsworth    Phillipa Horan    Shara Hughes    Elliot Hundley    Tom Hunter    Jessica Jackson Hutchins    Merlin James    Tillman Kaiser    Alice Könitz    Terence Koh    John Korner    Ulrich Lamsfuss    Liane Lang    Molly Larkey    Paul Lee    Andrea Lehmann    Juliette Losq    Christina Mackie    Jill Mason    Claire McArdle    Ella McCartney    Lucy McKenzie    Martin McMurray    Turay Mederic    Robert Melee    Ian Monroe    Kristine Moran    Eduard Moreno    Yasumasa Morimura    Luisa Mota    Nick Nowicki    Matt O'dell    Marco Palmieri    Selma Parlour    Oliver Perkins    Marius Pfannenstiel    Alejandra Prieto    Arthur Prior    Max Prus    R.H. Quaytman    Neil Raitt    Sean Raspet    Brian Reed    Halsey Rodman    Florian Roithmayr    Ruth Root    Stefan Sandner    Hideyuki Sawayanagi    Amba Sayal-Bennett    Anne Kathrin Schuhmann    Michael Schultz    Macrae Semans    Conrad Shawcross    Jamie Shovlin    Agathe Snow    Martina Steckholzer    Jack Strange    Miriam Sweeney    Emma Talbot    Mateo Tannatt    Stephanie Taylor    Adam Thompson    Rafal Topolewski    Ryan Trecartin    Caroline Walker    Ben Washington    Chuck Webster    Aaron Wexler    Poppy Whatmore    Julia Whiting    Jenny Wiener    Susanne M. Winterling    Saskia Olde Wolbers     Yeesookyung    Haeri Yoo

Dan Holdsworth's BIOGRAPHY

Born in Welwyn Garden City, England, UK
Lives and works in London, UK



SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2011
Blackout, Nordin Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
Blackout, PF Gallery, Poznan, Poland

2010
Blackout, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UK
Blackout, Patricia Low Contemporary, Geneva, Switzerland

2007
Ultravisitor, Patricia Low Contemporary, Gstaad, Switzerland
Geographics, Dan Holdsworth + Paul Shepheard, MIMA, UK
White Noise, Store Gallery, London, UK
At The Edge of Space, Parts 1-3, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, UK

2006
At The Edge of Space, Parts 1-3, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, UK

2005
The Gregorian, Store Gallery, London, UK

2003
Dan Holdsworth, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, UK

2002
Black Mountains, Entwistle Gallery, London, UK
Dan Holdsworth, Chelsea Kunstraum, Cologne, Germany

2001
The World in Itself, Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK
Dan Holdsworth, Kohji Ogura Gallery, Nagoya, Japan
Dan Holdsworth, Entwistle Gallery, London, UK


GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2010
Questions of Belonging, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK
5th Anniversary Exhibition, Patricia Low Contemporary, Geneva, Switzerland
Nuit Blanche, Patricia Low Contemporary, Genf, Schweiz
CRASH, Homage to JG Ballard, Gagosian Gallery, London, UK
Photo 50, The London Art Fair, London, UK

2009
A Picture of Us? Identity in British Art, Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, UK
Space Invader, Aicon Gallery, London, UK
Sound Escapes, curated by Angus Carlyle, Space Studios, London, UK
The Little shop on Hoxton Street, Limoncello Gallery, London, UK

2008
Time to Play?, APT Web Gallery, Artist Pension Trust, Participant Inc. 253 E Houston Street , New York, NYC, USA with Time to Play?, APT Web Gallery, Artist Pension Trust, 253 E Houston Street, NYC, USA.