Daniel Barnes
Philosopher

News

Emotional Supply Chains, exhibition tour

11/04/16

​I will be leading an exhibition tour of Emotional Supply Chains at the Zabludowicz Collection on Saturday 23 April at 4pm. Come join us for an insight into digital art and philosophy. 
Winter Pride Art Awards 2016

17/02/16

​This year's Winter Pride Awards closes for entries on 31 March.  I am on the Art Awards selection panel, along with Royal Sculptor Frances Segelman, Winter Pride Art Awards Director Simon Tarrant, Islington Arts Factory Director of Visual Art Eleanor Pearce, and deputy editor of State magazine Anna McNay.
  
The Winter Pride Art Awards seeks to promote and support artists whose work challenges binary norms and celebrates sexual and identity freedoms in all of their diversity. Winter Pride Art Awards Director Simon Tarrant elaborates, “Our theme this year is, Line of Beauty – exploring sexuality, gender and identity. Artists are encouraged to create work that examines modern day notions about the interpretation of beauty in relation to sexuality, gender and identity.”
 
The Art Awards winner and runners-up will be previewed at the Fashion and Textile Museum on 14 April 2016 and a public exhibition of the Art Awards winner, runners-up and finalists will be hosted by the Islington Arts Factory from 15 – 22 April 2016. Also for the first time the public exhibition will feature a series of works developed by students from Middlesex School of Art and Design who have participated in workshops on gender identity and sexuality politics.

Euroart Open Studios 2016

16/02/16

I am delighted and honoured to have been selected as curator of the Euroart Open Studios.   
The event takes place on 3-5 June 2016, and I will be curating selection of artists and leading a few studio tours through the weekend. 

Visit Euroart for more information.
Benedict Redgrove: Everything & Nothing Private View

11/02/16

I am delighted to announce that the private view for Benedict Redgrove's first solo show will  be on Thursday 14 April 2016, from 6 to 8pm. 
 
Visit Display Gallery for more information, and watch this space for an invitation. 
Next Season at Barnes Philosophy Club

29/01/16

I will be returning to Barnes Philosophy Club in leafy West London for the third time in the 2016-2017 season, where the theme will be History of Philosophy.
 
I am going to speak on the subject of Kant's influence on Western philosophy. See my speaking page for more details.