Saturday, July 20, 2024

Daniel Handal

Originally from Honduras, Daniel Handal lives and works in New York City. He received his BS in Applied Sciences from Rutgers University and studied photography at the International Center of Photography.
His work centers on portraiture and explores issues of gender, sexuality, identity, and community.
He has had a solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Public Library (Flatbush Branch) and has been shown in group exhibitions at the New Mexico Museum of Art, FotoFest in Houston, and the Center for Photography in Woodstock, among others.
His work has been exhibited internationally at the Australian Centre for Photography and MKII in London. Handal’s photographs have been published in HuffPost, Slate, and Hyperallergic. He has been awarded residencies at The Millay Colony for the Arts, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and VCAA—France. Handal currently serves on the board of directors of Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York. His work is represented in the permanent collections of the Worcester Art Museum, 21c Museum and Hotels, Transformer Station Contemporary Art, Kala Art Institute, Kimmel Harding Center for the Arts, and more.
 
Here is a link to Daniel’s exhibition where you will find the exhibition press release and more details.
© Daniel Handal; “Tulip Thijs Boots (Misty Gray),” 2023; Pigment print on gesso-coated aluminum, painted museum box (Edition of 3 + 2 APs); 16 x 20 x 1.5 inches, Courtesy of CLAMP, New York.
© Daniel Handal; “Red Hobbit Columbine (Rustic Wood),” 2023; Pigment print on gesso-coated aluminum, painted museum box (Edition of 3 + 2 APs); 16 x 12 x 1.5 inches; Courtesy of CLAMP, New York.
© Daniel Handal; “Bunny Tails (Black Iron Silhouette,” 2022; Pigment print on gesso-coated aluminum, painted museum box (Edition of 3 + 2 APs); 13.5 x 9 x 1.5 inches, Courtesy of CLAMP, New York.
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  1. […] Daniel Handal joined us to discuss his show, Engaños, which ran until September 9 at CLAMP in NYC. The title is a Spanish word meaning deception or illusion. Handal thought considerably about what to call his show, drawing from a chapter in the book À rebours. In the chapter, the protagonist is obsessed with flowers, and there is a current of what’s real and what’s not running throughout the narrative. To learn more, listen to the complete interview.  […]

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