Dan Mitchell

Dan Mitchell’s posters, magazines, drawings and prints examine the everyday in their depiction of commonplace social structures. His work frequently combines text and collage into bold and subversive works, encouraging viewers to confront repressive forces and reconsider their inner private lives. Mitchell is also a founding member of the Artist's Self-Publishers' Fair and the publisher of Hard Mag.


Dan Mitchell was born in 1966. His assemblages of text and images are culled from a variety of sources. He also works in sculpture and performance.

Solo exhibitions of his work include: These Days at Brent Biennial 2020 at the Wembley Park Civic Centre and Library in Wembley, UK; The End (with Edith Karlson) at Temnikova & Kasela in Tallinn, Estonia; DEATH LOLZ Presents… Madness Stupidity Chaos Lies at Peak in London, UK; and ULTRA MEGA HYPE / DEATH LOLZ Presents… at Ludlow 38 in New York City; among others.

His work has also been shown in numerous group exhibitions, including: PARTY DE CAMPAGNE at Centre d’art Contemporain - La Synagogue de Delme in Delme, France; Theft Is Vision at LUMA Foundation in Zurich, Switzerland; What “Everybody Knows” at Jenny’s in Los Angeles, California, as well as Svetlana in New York City; International Fun at Temnikova & Kasela in Tallinn, Estonia; and The Library Vaccine / Everything is About to Happen at Artists Space, New York City; among others.

Dan Mitchell, The Emerging Eyeroll Apocalypse, 2018. Installation view, Jenny’s at LISTE, Basel. Photo by Gina Folly
Dan Mitchell, I’m forever blowing bubbles, 2017. Installation view, Jenny’s, Los Angeles. Photo by Jeff McLane