Daniel Lannes

Daniel Lannes

Daniel Lannes, (b.1981, Niterói, RJ) Lives and works in Rio de Janeiro

Holds a Master’s Degree in Visual Languages from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Communication from PUC-Rio.

His solo shows include: Dentição [Dentition] at Galeria Luciana Caravello Arte Contemporânea, Rio de Janeiro 2018; A Luz do Fogo [Light of Fire], at the Magic Beans Gallery, Berlin, Germany 2017; Costumes [Custome] 2014 and Dilúvio [Flood] 2012, at the Luciana Caravello Contemporary Art Gallery; República [Republic], at the Rio de Janeiro Museum of Modern Art, 2011; Só Lazer [Just Leisure], at the IBEU Art Gallery, in Rio de Janeiro, 2011; Midnight Paintings, at the São Paulo Cultural Center, 2007, among others.

His group shows include: Prêmio Marcantonio Vilaça, Santander Cultural, Porto Alegre, 2018; HÖHENRAUSCH, Eigen + Art gallery, Berlin, Germany, and To the Love of the Public I – Donations to ArtRio (2012-2015), both in 2016; Tarsila and Modern Women, at the Rio Museum of Art (MAR) and Renaissance, at the Maison Folie Wazemmes, France, both in 2015; Believing in Ghosts, at the Caixa Cultural in Brasília, 2013; Gramática Urbana [Urban Grammar], at the Hélio Oiticica Art Center, 2012; Arquivo Geral [General File], at the Federal Court Cultural Center, 2009; Painting’s Edge, at the RiverSide Museum of Art, USA, 2008, among others.

Lannes was one of the winners of the 6th edition of the Marcantonio Vilaça Award for Plastic Arts (2017-2018). He held an artistic residency at the Kunstresidenz Bad Gastein, Bad Gastein, Austria, in 2015. He was selected in 2015 to represent the city of Rio de Janeiro at the Lille3000 Art Festival in Lille, France. He was nominated for the 10th Awards and Commissions Program. Cisneros-Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO) 2013 and received the FUNARTE Contemporary Art Award (2012). He was also nominated for the PIPA Award in 2011 and 2012 and was the winner of the IBEU Art Salon (2010) Brand New Award. He also received a residency grant at The Idyllwild Arts Program Painting's Edge, California, USA, 2008, and a scholarship at the State University of New York / Fine Arts Department in 2004.

He has works in important public collections such as the Rio de Janeiro Art Museum (MAR); Figueiredo Ferraz Institute, Ribeirão Preto; Rio de Janeiro Museum of Modern Art, among others.