Alexander Berggruen now representing Danny Fox, Hulda Guzmán, and Paul Kremer

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Alexander Berggruen now representing Danny Fox, Hulda Guzmán, and Paul Kremer
Danny Fox, Planned Parenthood Waiting Room, 2017. Acrylic on canvas, 95 x 82 in. (241.3 x 208.3 cm.) Included in Iconoclasts: Art Out of the Mainstream (September 27, 2017-March 6, 2018), Saatchi Gallery, London, UK.

NEW YORK, NY.- Alexander Berggruen announced their representation of Danny Fox, Hulda Guzmán, and Paul Kremer.

Danny Fox (b. 1986, St. Ives of Cornwall, England) blends domestic imagery with influences from his natural surroundings to create eerily striking articulations of the human psyche. Using photography as source material enables Fox to extract the lines, forms, and layers that comprise the simplest rendering of his subjects’ lives and spirits, and to synthesize them to their core essence.

Alexander Berggruen has shown Fox's paintings in a solo show Danny Fox: The Sweet and Burning Hills (January 12-February 26, 2021) and in the gallery’s group shows Animal Kingdom (June 26-August 29, 2020) and Words (October 11-November 26, 2019).

Fox has exhibited internationally at Jeffrey Deitch, Los Angeles, CA; Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CA; The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK; Alexander Berggruen, New York, NY; Zidoun-Bossuyt Gallery, Luxembourg; and V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark, among others. Fox lives and works in St. Ives of Cornwall, England.

Hulda Guzmán (b. 1984, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) employs her tropical surroundings to illustrate her exploration of perspective and reality. Guzmán renders a world in which children, adults, animals, plants, and invented creatures alike come together to dance, lounge, congregate, share secrets, and play—all colored and enriched by embracing nature and celebrated through the act of painting.

Guzmán has held a solo show with the gallery Hulda Guzmán: my flora, my fauna (October 23-December 19, 2020) and been included in the gallery's group show Katherine Bradford, Hulda Guzmán, Rebecca Ness (December 11, 2019-January 29, 2020). Her work is currently on view in a group show at Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA through September 11, 2021.

Guzmán received a BA from Altos de Chavón School of Design in the Dominican Republic and went on to study photography and mural painting at the National School of Visual Arts, Mexico. Her work is included in the permanent collections of Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, FL; Museu de Arte de Săo Paulo (MASP), Săo Paulo, Brazil; Patricia Phelps de Cisneros; Centro Leon Jimenes; Casa Cortes Foundation; Antonio Murzi Collection; and Kadist Foundation. Guzmán has been featured in the Dominican Republic’s pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition at the Venice Biennale. Guzmán has shown with Alexander Berggruen, New York, NY; Dio Horia Gallery, Mykonos; Arte BA, Buenos Aires; Galería Machete, Mexico City; Gallery Ariane Paffrath, Dusseldorf; and at institutions such as Museo de Arte Moderno, Santo Domingo; the Pérez Art Museum, Miami; Museo de Arte de Săo Paulo, Brazil; Museo de Arte y Diseńo Contemporáneo, Costa Rica; and Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C.

Paul Kremer (b. 1971, Chicago, IL) paints configurations that may imply architecture or images from nature with an exuberant eye for color and form. At the core of the artist's practice is a three-part journey: inspiration and conception, exploration via digital experimentation, and execution through manual articulation.

Kremer's work has been presented at Alexander Berggruen in a solo exhibition Paul Kremer: Layer Hooks (February 7-March 11, 2020) and a group exhibition show Shapes (April 21-May 27, 2021). His work was recently on view in a solo exhibition Windows at Louis Buhl, Detroit, MI
and is currently on view in a group exhibition at Berggruen Gallery, East Hampton, NY through September 30, 2021.

A self-taught artist, Kremer has had recent solo exhibitions at Maruani Mercier, Belgium; Alexander Berggruen, New York, NY; Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CA; Eugene Binder, Marfa, TX; Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels; Library Street Collective, Detroit, MI; Studio Cromie, Grottaglie, Italy; Pablo Cardoza, Houston, TX; and Makebish, New York, NY. For twenty years, Kremer owned a graphic design studio, where he worked with such clients as Lou Reed, Tom Waits, PBS, and National Geographic. Kremer co-founded the art collective “I Love You Baby,” (1998 to 2008) with Will Bentsen, Rodney Chinelliot, with regular participation from other Texas-based artists, such as Mark Flood and Bexar. Kremer is also known for having invented the now cult-followed social media accounts “Great Art in Ugly Rooms.” Just as its name would indicate, this work chronicles a series of masterworks that Kremer has seamlessly Photoshopped into shabby interiors, sometimes with outdated decor or dilapidated finishings, rendering iconic examples from art history surely out of place. Kremer lives and works in Houston, TX.

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