Miami 2015 Feedback

Miami 2015 Feedback

In a world divided by gender categories, religion, racism, politics, intolerance and hatred, the absurdity of our existence can only be countered by aesthetics. With heart and soul, Niq Nanu Daah deliberately opens up the once obstructed access to love and harmony by creating works and images that form a philosophical whole: Art as a way of life. Anton Cos
When looking at her work, we realize that the rampant narcissistic individualism today poses the greatest threat to peace and can only be overcome by human unity—the “We-as-a-Whole-Movement.” Tolerance can only be developed through the understanding of the uniqueness of the individual and the compliment of being different.
Not only by the cosmopolitan mythological figures she uses and her own iconography she employs—the bee hive, for example, as a symbol of a way of self-organizing life—but also the dual reading of color choices (i.e., in Asia red symbolizes energy and joy of life, while in Europe it stands for passion and bloodshed) connect the people of this planet because each one of them can find themselves in their own visual language.

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Opening of NIQ's SHOP on December 8th

Starting December 8th, 2018 the art space NIQs SPACE is officially opening.
Find the new NIQs SHOP at
Available for sale Posters, Limited Editions and more…

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In preparation for her exhibition tour 2108/2019 "MonoBloc- Fading Glory in Plastic" please check Niq Nanu Daah's video.
The artist wants to raise awareness for the ever increasing problems created by our unsustainable consumption of plastic.

NIQ NANU DAAH's Youtube Channel

November 2017: Niq Nanu Daah has officially opened her youtube channel. Please check for her latest video of ‚Schnee_TREIBEN‘ (Sense of Snow) and stay tuned for more upcoming trailers, videos and infos.

Kunsthalle Brennabor

To magically bring onto a canvas the white glory of snow, in order for colors to mix, for fire to burn, emotions to flourish, to make stillness emerge, this is courageous and challenging, liberating and disturbing.

For Niq Nanu Daah anyway. For the spectator, even more so.
We truly hope, that Niq and many artists after her in the future devote themselves to the wonder of snow and don’t have to paint from pure memory.