Né à Boulogne-Billancourt (), vit à Paris ().
Daniel Buren is a system analytical essentialist. Characteristic for Buren's work is his constant use of vertical stripes. These stripes are invariably executed in white and one other colour and always have the same width of 8.7 centimeter; this is the same pattern seen on the cloths for many awnings. Since 1965, Buren has been using this pattern systematically for the creation of his works. With this poetical element as a means, he attempts to come to deeper understanding about how the world, and especially the art-world, works.
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Daniel Buren - Ponctuatio...
Daniel Buren, Daniel Buren - Ponctuations (statue/sculpture), 1980. Book, ink, paper, 20.9 x 13.5 cm, 227 p, language : French, author : Daniel Buren, concept : Daniel Buren, publisher : Nouveau Musée, Lyon.
Cabane Eclatée: Une envel...
Daniel Buren, Cabane Eclatée: Une enveloppe peut en cacher une autre [‘Exploded Cabin: One Envelope Can Hide Another’], travail situé (réalisé au Musée Rath, Genève), 1989. Installation, wood, canvas, 266.5 x 370 x 370 cm.
Daniel Buren - points de ...
Daniel Buren, Daniel Buren - points de vue, 1983. Book, ink, paper, 29.6 x 21 cm, language : French, authors : Suzanne Pagé & Daniel Buren, publisher : ARC Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.
Sketches for a work in si...
Daniel Buren, Sketches for a work in situ by Daniel Buren, 1987. Book, ink, paper, 21 x 29.5 cm, publisher : Serpentine Gallery, London, ISBN : 0-7287-05-39-7.
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The collection XXXII – Pe...
07 December 2012 - 21 April 2013.
2013 was the ‘year of the collection’. Two large exhibitions and an extensive book put the contents of the M HKA collection on the map and po
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Collectie Vlaamse Gemeens...
The M HKA holds works on permanent loan that were acquired with the budget of the Vlaamse Commissie voor Beeldende Kunst (Flemish Visual Art
The M HKA’s contemporary art collection has grown thanks to a combination of acquisitions, donations and long-term loans from various public