Daniel Crews-Chubb

Selected works by Daniel Crews-Chubb

Daniel Crews-Chubb
Voynich and Belfie (Mexico)

2016

Oil, acrylic, spray paint, charcoal, coarse pumice gel, pen, cardboard and collaged fabrics on canvas.

230 x 150 cm
Daniel Crews-Chubb
Zumbi (broken)

2016

Oil, acrylic, spray paint, charcoal, coarse pumice gel, pen, cardboard, sand, collaged fabric on canvas

230 x 150 cm
Daniel Crews-Chubb
Rituals (bumba and belfie pink)

2016

Oil, acrylic, spray paint and charcoal on canvas

254 x 340 cm
Daniel Crews-Chubb
Double Belfie (reclining)

2016

Oil, acrylic, charcoal, pastel, spray paint, pumice gel and collaged fabrics on canvas.

240 x 160cm
Daniel Crews-Chubb
Rituals (blue and copper)

2016

Oil, acrylic, spray paint, charcoal, coarse pumice gel, pen, cardboard and collaged fabrics on canvas.

268 x 352cm
Daniel Crews-Chubb
Belfie with tree (red roots)

2017

Oil, acrylic, spray paint, charcoal, coarse pumice gel, pen, cardboard and collaged fabrics on canvas.

230 x 150 cm
Daniel Crews-Chubb
Rituals with cactus (red)

2017

Oil, acrylic, spray paint and charcoal on collaged canvas

269 x 352.5 cm
105 7/8 x 138 3/4 inches

Articles

ZUMBI AND BELFI


In this unique hybrid of an artist residency and a typical solo exhibition, the up-and-coming British painter Daniel Crews-Chubb was invited to use the Galerist Studio as an artist open studio for two weeks. The works made on-site, alongside recent works brought from London, will be on view concurrently at Galerist’s main space in Tepebaşı and Galerist Studio, an art space created by Galerist and the Kameleon design store in Şişhane.

Source: cornucopia.net


16 ARTISTS TO WATCH IN 2016 (+ 2)
February 11, 2016, by Steven Zevitas

The needs and priorities of artists are in constant flux. Art historians have attempted to document this flux by identifying a series of seismic shifts in aesthetics and attaching to each its defining characteristics. This practice has provided us with a litany of isms that stretch back centuries. Art history will continue to roll on, but it very well may be that the age of the ism is behind us. That’s not to say that there are not, and will not continue to be, clusters of like-minded artists whose combined efforts can generate an aesthetic critical mass that historians are able to delineate. But with instant global communication, the time in which new ideas are disseminated, assimilated, and ultimately disregarded is so compressed that the enterprise has been, at best, reduced to trend spotting.

Source: newamericanpaintings.com


THE ARTISTS BRINGING THE HEAT TO ART BASEL MIAMI
December, 2015, by Nick Hackworth

London’s Vigo Gallery habitually brings standout solo projects to Untitled Fair, having shown US artists Kadar Brock and Isabel Yellin in previous years. This year, proving old-school is the new, new school, Vigo is showing British painter Daniel Crews Chubb. His full-on, vibrant, painterly paintings, repeat the same, archetypal motif – a couple of boldly and naively rendered figures, male and female, locked in an ambiguous relationship and channel the spirit of a panoply of Modernist masters – with Picasso, de Kooning and CoBRA painters, Asger Jorn and Karel Appel all in the mix. Old, new and very contemporary.

Source: dazeddigital.com