About

Dan Nadaner is a painter and video artist.  His works use visual experimentation and alternative structures to explore dream and stream of consciousness.  He began his visual studies at Harvard, and received the M.F.A. from the University of California, Berkeley.  He has exhibited his works in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Japan, China, Argentina and France.  He is Professor of Art at California State University, Fresno.

Contact: dnadaner@gmail.com

Statement

I have been interested in painting as a floating space, with layers of forms, and many possible points of focus. The physical process in the movement of the paint is important to the interaction of the layers in the image. The paintings are an attempt to render visible thoughts and emotions that might not otherwise find outward form.

Selected Exhibitions

current/undercurrent, Conley Art Gallery, California State University, Fresno, 2019.

SoLA Contemporary, Los Angeles, 2018.

Gallery 3331, Tokyo, 2017.

L.A. Artcore, 2016, one-person show.

Festival Images Contre Nature, Marseille, France, 2016.

Blue Roof Museum, Chengdu, China, 2015.

iBox Gallery, Chengdu, China, 2015.

Festival Images Contre Nature, Marseille, France, 2014.

Festival Images Contre Nature, Marseille, France, 2012, 2013.

L.A. Artcore, 2011, one-person show.

Festival Images Contre Nature, Marseille, France, 2010.

Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2009.

Makii Masaru Fine Art, Tokyo, Japan, 2009.

“Video Landscapes”, Fordham University, 2008.

L.A. Artcore, 2007, one-person show.

Festival Arte Digital, Rosario, Argentina, 2007.

L.A. Artcore, 2004, one-person show.

Ebert Gallery, San Francisco, 2003, one-person show.

L.A. Artcore, Los Angeles, 2001, one-person show.

Ebert Gallery, San Francisco, 1999, one-person show.

Stanford Faculty Gallery, 1996, one-person show.

Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, 1995.

“132 Years of Painting in Yosemite”, Yosemite Museum, 1994-1995.

California State University, Fresno, 1992, one-person show.

Yosemite Museum, Nov., 1991- May, 1992, one-person show.

Fresno Art Museum, 1991, one-person show.