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Dan Baldwin

Dan Baldwin is an artist of exceptional talent. His superlative technique and conceptual brilliance position him at the forefront of the new Young British Artist movement. Dan Baldwin's work is internationally celebrated, championed and collected by an exclusive clientele including Damien Hirst, Petra Ecclestone, Jake Chapman, and Gem Archer & Andy Bell of the band Oasis. It is also in the permanent collections of the Groucho Club and the Café Royal, London

The works of this British artist are highly sought after and have been exhibited at galleries across the world including L.A, Tokyo, London and New York. Dealing with diverse topics such as, innocence, politics and religion, Dan Baldwin's limited editions have a sinister yet beautiful feel.

In 2007 Baldwin was critic’s choice on Saatchi online and in 2008, his work was featured in Bonham’s first urban art auction. His artwork has also appeared in magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Dazed & Confused and I.D. and as a window display at Selfridges in London.

After being invited to participate in BBC2's The Apprentice, Baldwin was named one of the top 5 artists in the country by Sir Alan Sugar. Born in Manchester, he is now based in Brighton, UK. Dan Baldwin’s superlative technique and conceptual brilliance position him at the forefront of the new Young British Artist movement.

Dan Baldwin's solo exhibition "Fragile" opened to great acclaim in London and was featured in The Sunday Times, The Independent, Huffington Post and The Daily Mail. The Saatchi Gallery has presented a exhibition of his printed works, "Dan Baldwin In Print".