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Born 23 may 1938 in Geneva Switzerland.
The dean of Europe’s modern jazz drummers, has been one of the international jazz community’s most respected and active musicians since the late-’50’s. His three decades of contributions to improvised music were recognised officially in 1986 when he was named “Chevalier des arts et des Lettres” and recently in 2001 “Commandeur des arts et Lettres” by the government of France.
Is recording career now consist of around 250 albums, as a sideman, some of which have been award winning and over 10 albums in his name
Parallel to is musical career, DH is a professional painter working mainly with acrylic paint on paper, canvas, and prints since 1962. His abstract work is included in the permanent collections of the City of Paris, the Swiss Government and several public collections in Europe.
More then 150 galleries, cultural centers and museums have presented one man shows of Daniel Humair paintings.
He also combines his interests in the visual arts by appearing on the soundtracks to many films (e.g. Last Tango in Paris)
He also played and composed the music to several films about the work of modern painters: Bram Van Velde, Jacques Monory, Peter Stampli, Yves Klein, Magnelli, Vlado Velickovic.
Daniel Humair lives and works in Paris
Daniel Humair exhibits his paintings since 1965 in France and Switzerland.
2000 Box Gallery,Tokyo
Villa Tamaris, La Seyne sur Mer
Galerie MR, Angoulême
Centre d’Art contemporain, Noyers sur Serein
2001 Galerie Vieille du Temple, Paris
Centre d’Art contemporain, Bagneux
Centre d’art contemporain, Uzes
2002 Galerie Remy Bucciali, Colmar
Galerie Nelly Leplattenier, Lausanne
Galerie Nelly Leplattenier, La Chaux de Fonds
2003 Galerie Eric Linard Garde, Adhemar
Galerie La Passerelle, Auxerre
Galerie Nicole Buck, Strasbourg
2004 Galerie St Pierr, Limoges
Maison de la Culture, Niort
Affiche Roland Garros, Paris
2005 Galerie Le Garage, Orléans
Galerie MR, Angoulême
2006 Centre culturel l’Alan, Montbéliard
Centre culturel, Cosne sur Loire
Affiche Palais Idéal du Facteur Cheval, Hauterives