Daniel Harms was born in Hamburg in 1980 and he is currently living and working in Berlin. His large format paintings are combining subjects from various inspirations: extrapolated daily life event or episodes of his own history within the con- text of his hometown, Hamburg. He also developed a strong interest for the states of alienation. Inspired by the powerful visual language of the artists’ group “Die Brücke”, his existential paintings are characterized by luminous, colourful and rich combination of symbolic gures and elements. Harms has reached an international recognition and has been exhibited in numerous shows along with artists such as Gerhard Richter, Georg Baselitz, Markus Lüpertz, A.R. Penk and H.R Giger.