Born in 1942 - France
Daniel Nadaud was born in 1942 in Paris. He lives in Pre St Gervais and in Olivet, Mayenne, France. Since 1988, he has taught at the Beaux-Arts School in Nantes. At the ahe pf 32, he shows his gouache paintings for the first time at the Lucien Durand gallery in Paris. The gallery will dedicate seven shows to his work the following years.
In 1982-1983, he is no longer satisfied with his painting. He breaks the chassis. He paints on other media, and then stops painting. The artist assembles objects that retain their original identity and creates sculptures that are at the same time confusing and strangely familiar.
In 1985, he publishes his first book of lithographies, and many others will follow.
SELECTED SOLO SHOWS
"Délicat désastre", Galerie Benoît Lecarpentier, Paris (France)
Daniel Nadaud, Centre d'art contemporain de Pontmain, Pontmain (France)
Daniel Nadaud, La Gricole, Galerie municipale Julio Gonzalez, Arcueil (France)
SELECTED GROUP SHOWS
"Sans tambour, ni trompette", le lieu unique, Nantes (France)
"Daniel Nadaud / Jean-Jacques Rullier", Le Carré, scène nationale, Chateau Gontier (France)
"Sur la terre comme au ciel...", Centre d'art contemporain de Pontmain, Pontmain (France)
"Presence de l'objet au Grand Hornu", CRAFT, Centre de recherche sur les arts du feu et de la terre, Limoges (France)
"Presence de l’objet", Passage de Retz, Paris (France)
"En Filigrane", Centre de la Gravure et de l'Image imprimée, La Louvière (France)
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