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Danny Lane Biography
Danny Lane is one of the most popular and richest American artist who was born on January 27, 1955 in Urbana, Illinois, United States. Lane is a native of Urbana, Illinois, in the United States. As a child his family moved several times across Virginia in the United States to West Germany, New York City’s Greenwich Village and finally Baltimore. Moving through Europe allowed Lane to a variety of architecture and art.
In the 1980s in the beginning, Lane met designer Ron Arad. Within one year of their meeting Lane was invited to exhibit his first solo exhibition in Arad’s famous boutique One Off in Shelton Street, London, where he presented a variety of works, including Romeo as well as the Juliet tables (1984). In 1984, Lane was invited to exhibit his first work in the United States during the International Furniture Fair in Milan creating folding glass screens that were sandblasted and acid etched designs.
Lane came to attention in the 1980s through his art furniture. He moved into large-scale public sculpture in the 1990s, being responsible in 2006 for Borealis, believed to be the largest glass sculpture in the world. Lane’s work can be found in public spaces and collections worldwide, such as London Underground, Canary Wharf Plc, Victoria & Albert Museum, Microsoft, British Land Plc, Rolex UK, British Airports Authority, Swire Properties (Hong Kong) and General Motors (USA).
In 1981, Lane established his first studio in London’s East End, Hackney, where time spent in local workshops gave him a respect for traditional craftsmanship, and saw him begin to accumulate stacks of metal, glass and wood with which to experiment. Lane then began developing objects using industrial float glass, and by the mid-1980s he was experimenting with assemblage, uniting found materials in his furniture.
The latter half of the 1980s saw Lane move into massive metalwork. Lane created methods for heating steel that make it feasible to twist steel in a variety of ways, he calls “steel drawings,” which can be produced to function as industrial-scale automated drawings. One example of this work could be Saddle (2006) which is a work where a twisted metal ribbon is used to support the tabletop of a glass.
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Lane has developed a “post-tensioning” method that exploits the strength of glass under compression, a process he refers to as ‘shish-kebabing’. This is achieved by threading a steel rod through layered glass. His Stacking Chair (1986) was the first demonstration of this technique, now in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
Danny Lane Net Worth
Danny Lane is one of the richest American Artist from United States. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Danny Lane's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)
Danny Lane (born 27 January 1955) is an American artist who is most well-known for his steel and glass sculpture. Lane is also well-known for his work in the field of art furniture and modern design. He is a resident and designer in London.
Lane was relocated into his home in United Kingdom in 1975 to start an apprenticeship with stained glass artist Patrick Reyntiens at Burleighfield House in Buckinghamshire as well as Ruskin School, Oxford, prior to completing a foundation course of the field of Fine Art in The Byam Shaw School of Art in London.
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In 1986, Lane began to exhibit work at London’s Themes & Variations gallery. During these early years, he developed a series of editioned works and by the end of the 1980s, Lane had exhibited work at solo shows in London, Paris and Milan.
Another work from this period is Angaraib (1987), which takes its name from the traditional Sudanese rope-bed, united with the concept of the North American Indian ‘horse travois’. The work is constructed from the branches of a storm damaged London plane tree, bound together with hemp rope, on top of which sits a raft of glass.
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Early in his career, Lane produced RSJ Table (1985). Moscow Bar, designed the following year in 1986 with Simon Holbrook, was an interior installation, comprising bar, tables and chairs for the Moscow Club on Soho’s Frith Street, London.
By 1989, Lane’s focus on larger-scale works required him to move to his current studio and gallery where he is still based today, a 10,000 square foot converted factory in Willesden, West London. The studio employs a team of technicians and is equipped with glass furnaces, kilns, offices and an exhibition space.
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From 1989-90, Lane travelled to Tokyo and Osaka in Japan to produce new commissions. Further work followed during 1991-93 across China, Spain and London and Edinburgh in the United Kingdom, including Wave Wall (1993) for Dalian Glass Company, China, which saw Lane experimenting with curving glass walls that refract light.
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In the early 1990s, Lane’s focus shifted to making large-scale glass and steel sculptures for public and corporate spaces. Lane’s first public commissions occurred in the late 1980s, including Stacked Glass Fountain (1986) in Miami, Florida and etched glass screens and a wall sculpture for the British Embassy in Helsinki in 1989, both of which contained elements that provided the basis for later work.