Daniel Torrado Hermo

Daniel Torrado Hermo

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  Artist: Daniel Torrado Hermo
 Live in: Lemförde, Lower-Saxony, Germany
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Daniel Torrado Hermo Artist Bio:

«If I could only add to imaging what John Coltrane added to jazz I would be glad ... » DTH ____________ I am inspired by a lot of artists, both known and unknown, such as ____________ *Richard Wake* (my great art teacher, *I just love him* — one of his students: Marlene Dumas) ____________ Alfred Hitchcock, Alonzo Clemons, Andy Goldsworthy, Andy Warhol, Angela Grosse, Barbara Kruger, Carl Andre, Cheryl Donegan, Dan Flavin, Dan Graham, David Lynch, Donald Judd, Doug Aitken, Douglas Gordon, Egon Schiele, Elisabeth Peyton, Emil Nolde, Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Franz Huemer, Franz Radziwill, Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart, Gary Hume, Gerhard Richter, Guenther Uecker, Gustav Klimt, Hansruedi Giger, James Turrell, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jeff Koons, Jenny Holzer, Jochen Gerz, Johannes Eidt, John Ruskin, Joseph Beuys, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Larry Clark, Lawrence Weiner, Luciano Fabro, Mariko Mori, Matthew Barney, On Kawara, Otto Dix, Otto Mueller, Pablo Picasso, Paul Cezanne, Paul Maar, Piotr Uklanski, Riki Haas, Robert Morris, Roman Opalka, Roy Lichtenstein, Sir Simon Rattle, Sol Lewitt, Steffi Kramer, The Yes Men, Tobias Magass, Tony Oursler, Tracey Emin, Udo Lindenberg, Wassily Kandinsky, William Blake, William Turner and Wolfgang Laib. I make no attempt to include any mixture of their work in my art, but yet these artists open up a new universe of possibilities for me. I imply here that I do not knowingly copy any of their works. But the very fact that I am an artist means that I am inspired by their work, both the techniques they use and possibly similiar themes. I would like to end with an excerpt of the great documentary «Trip to Asia» (Director: Thomas Grube): «The point about a real tradition is to take what is the strongest and most vital part and carry it through into a new world. — And part of our job also is to play and play and play the new, to see what is wonderful to see what will be the music of the future ... » Sir Simon Rattle To see what will be the art of the future ... www.torrado.de www.facebook.com/municator www.twitter.com/Sinngabe http://www.disclaimer.de/disclaimer.htm?#2