Daniel Jouseff

Daniel Jouseff, FLAGS, site specific installation

Daniel Jouseff, Wall drawings, mixed media on paper, site specific installaton

Daniel Jouseff, Border / pink / Satellite, 2018, oil on canvas, 116 x 89 cm

Daniel Jouseff, Black / Yellow flag, 2017, oil on canvas, 100 x 81 cm

Daniel Jouseff, Camouflage / border / satellite, 2018, oil on canvas, 116x89 cm

Daniel Jouseff, Self portrait, 2017, pencil on paper, 64x45 cm

Daniel Jouseff, US President, 2018, oil on canvas, 100x81 cm

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Daniel Jouseff was born in Växjö (Sweden) in 1975 and moved to Stockholm from August 2003 where he currently lives and works. His artistic research begins with the great masters of the XX century such as Pablo Picasso, Martin Kippenberger and Sigmar Polke. He linked his artistic research to his own life: son of Palestine origin, who later moved to Sweden, he faces the theme of identity and cultural research.

He took part in several exhibitions, including: Transition held in 2016 in Lydmar, Stockholm and Flags organized at Studio Rei in 2017. In the same year he participated to the shows, Sah A-Nom / Good Morning at the Konstnärsbaren in Stockholm and Flaggor över gränserna / Flags over borders at the Bar Brillo of the same city. He took part in the group exhibition Kaplan Art Expo, and finally in 2017 he exhibited at the international art fair, Pop Austin International Art Show in Texas. In March 2018 he held his first solo exhibition in Italy, entitled FLAGS, curated by Louise Hamilton, at Mucciaccia Contemporary.


(Upcoming) Lennart Nillson | Daniel Jouseff | Borders


FLAGS, curated by Louise Hamilton, Mucciaccia Contemporary, Rome


Flags, curated by Studio Rei, Lydmar, Stockholm

Flaggor över gränserna / Flags over borders, Bar Brillo, Stockholm

Sah A-Nom / Good Morning, Konstnärsbaren, Stockholm


International Art Fair Pop Austin, International Art Show, Texas, usa

Transition, Lydmar Hotel, Stockholm

Great white shark, performance by Daniel Jouseff, Grand Hotel, Stockholm

Carsten Holler, Pop Up Restaurant, Kitchen Manifesto, Babette, Stockholm



Kaplan Art Expo, Stockholm