Still Life with Flyer
Still Life with Flyer (Sweat)
Still Life with Flyer (Habibi)
Still Life with Flyer (Fur-Real)
Still Life with Flyer (Trans Party Las Vegas)
Still Life with Flyer (Drag Karaoke, Moscow)
2017 – Graphite on paper
A drawing within a drawing within a drawing, Haines’s Still Life with Flyer series investigates the physical evidence of live interaction. The artist collects flyers and tickets for fringe events and translates these paper ephemera into painstakingly executed drawings, exactly as he found them –folded, creased and found in some forgotten back pocket. Haines is fascinated by how a seemingly insignificant object such as an event flyer can become both emotionally poignant and politically charged through being rendered, with all its traces of human use, in graphite on paper.
Work on display at the Centraal Museum.
David Haines― Artist
David Haines (1969) is a British/Dutch artist based in Amsterdam. He studied at Camberwell School of Art (UK) and The Rijksakademie (NL). He works mainly with drawing, painting and video. Publications in which his work is featured include Vitamin D2 (Phaidon), “Drawing People” by Roger Malbert (Thames and Hudson) and ”Interdisciplinary Encounters – Hidden and Visible Explorations of the work of Adrian Rifkin” (I.B.Tauris). He has had solo exhibitions at Upstream Gallery (NL), Luisa Strina Gallery (BR), Art Basel (HK) and The Armory Show (US) and has participated in group exhibitions at the Stedelijk Museum (NL), Turner Contemporary (UK), Fruitmarket Gallery (SCT), De Appel Amsterdam, MIMA (UK), The Eye Film Museum (NL), The Bluecoat (UK), New Art Space (NL), Kunsthal Rotterdam (DK). He was awarded the Refresh Irinox Prize at the Disegni section of Artissima Turin (2017) and the Jeanne Oosting Prize (2012).