Joyce Yahouda Gallery
372 Rue Ste-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H3B 1A2, Canada
extended through March 5th
For Hypnagogia, Daniel Horowitz presents artworks created during his travels to Leipzig, Germany. To the artist, the exhibition is a painter’s log of a voyage to the Old World, into the uncanny. He traveled there in order to discover and describe a visual codex of the peculiar and the profane. The city of Leipzig, for Horowitz, represents many paradoxes; ideals and nightmares, socialism and capitalism, romanticism and realism, scary monsters and super creeps.