Born in 1966 - United Kingdom
Dan Hays won the John Moores Painting Prize in 1997.
Recent solo shows include ‘Failing Light’ at Galerie Zurcher, New York City (2009); ‘Deliverance’, Void Gallery, Derry, N. Ireland, 2007, and ‘Across the Water’, The Nunnery, Bow Arts Trust, London (2007).
In 2006 his solo exhibition, ‘Impressions of Colorado’, toured to Manchester Art Gallery, Southampton City Gallery and the Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham.
His work is included in many art collections including the Tate Gallery, Walker Art Gallery, and the Natwest, Arts Council, and Victoria and Albert Museum Collections.
Selected Solo Exhibitions
Screen as Landscape, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston University.
Failing Light, Zürcher Studio, New York
Across the Water, The Nunnery, London.
Deliverance, Void Gallery, Derry.
Impressions of Colorado, Manchester Art Gallery, Southampton City Art Gallery, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham.
Twilight in the Wilderness, Platform, London.
Colorado Pioneers, Galerie Zürcher, Paris, France.
Colorado, Entwistle Gallery, London.
Junge Kunst e.V. Wolfsburg, Germany.
Entwistle Gallery, London.
Project (No.2), slide installation, CSKX, London.
Galerie Zürcher, Paris, France.
30 Underwood Street, London.
Laure Genillard Gallery, London.
Flock, Alternative Art Gallery, Soho, London.
Silent Partner, The Coffee Shak, Lewisham, London.
Abandon, The Arched Space, Clapham, London.
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