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Dan Groover is a Franco-Israeli artist who over time has combined his own personal life path with more contemporary techniques in his pictorial works.

In the 1980’s Groover began taking possession of urban space between Paris and his suburban town by leaving his mark and by offering bystanders original designs randomly created during his nocturnal strolls. The bright colors and the blazing light of the Caribbean where he moved to as a teenager now inspire his latest designs; he completed several major works, namely a 600-meter wall mural encircling the Baie-Mahault stadium in Guadeloupe, building façades, backdrops for film sets or concerts, such as James Brown’s Caribbean tour. Little by little, Groover became aware of how ephemeral his open-air artform was, and at the age of twenty years old, encouraged by his close entourage, he began adapting his designs to canvas formats, rhythmed by pop colors and street music, his inspiration being the comics world, images of New York City, its iconic symbols, its bustling avenues and its Acid-Jazz artists.
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Dan Groover is a Franco-Israeli artist who over time has combined his own personal life path with more contemporary techniques in his pictorial works.

In the 1980’s Groover began taking possession of urban space between Paris and his suburban town by leaving his mark and by offering bystanders original designs randomly created during his nocturnal strolls. The bright colors and the blazing light of the Caribbean where he moved to as a teenager now inspire his latest designs; he completed several major works, namely a 600-meter wall mural encircling the Baie-Mahault stadium in Guadeloupe, building façades, backdrops for film sets or concerts, such as James Brown’s Caribbean tour. Little by little, Groover became aware of how ephemeral his open-air artform was, and at the age of twenty years old, encouraged by his close entourage, he began adapting his designs to canvas formats, rhythmed by pop colors and street music, his inspiration being the comics world, images of New York City, its iconic symbols, its bustling avenues and its Acid-Jazz artists.

He becomes one of the most prominent artists of the Pop-Art scene, exhibiting his work in the Antilles, New York City and Paris. Following his stay in New York, where he would swing between street art, museums, rap concerts in Brooklyn, bohemian artists on the rooftops of Queens and studying Street Art at La Guardia School, he returned to the Antilles with a whole new dimension of artistic perspectives.

By then already having reached a pinnacle of success, Groover was in search for new meaning to his artistic approach and decided to go back to his roots. It’s in Israel, where he was born and where he comes from, that Groover became Dan Groover. In this land of multiples roots, he dove into the study of ancient esoteric texts, from which he now draws out visual environments blending both Israeli culture and sacred Jewish symbolism.

In the image of Jacob’s ladder, positioned as a bridge between the Sky and the Earth, Dan Groover adapts a universal dimension to the contemporary techniques of his art, intended for all audiences, through the graphic and visual language of Pop Art and Street Art.
He becomes one of the most prominent artists of the Pop-Art scene, exhibiting his work in the Antilles, New York City and Paris. Following his stay in New York, where he would swing between street art, museums, rap concerts in Brooklyn, bohemian artists on the rooftops of Queens and studying Street Art at La Guardia School, he returned to the Antilles with a whole new dimension of artistic perspectives.

By then already having reached a pinnacle of success, Groover was in search for new meaning to his artistic approach and decided to go back to his roots. It’s in Israel, where he was born and where he comes from, that Groover became Dan Groover. In this land of multiples roots, he dove into the study of ancient esoteric texts, from which he now draws out visual environments blending both Israeli culture and sacred Jewish symbolism.

In the image of Jacob’s ladder, positioned as a bridge between the Sky and the Earth, Dan Groover adapts a universal dimension to the contemporary techniques of his art, intended for all audiences, through the graphic and visual language of Pop Art and Street Art.

102cm x 59cm ​Stencil & Spray on Plexiglass​

Stencil & Spray on Linen & Plexiglass 122 cm x 138 cm

Stencil & Spray on Wood 92 cm x 70 cm

Calligraphy, Spray & Stencil on Wood