Cool Hunting, March 18, 2021

Twenty minutes from downtown Zurich, in the hills of Wollerau, Switzerland, independent film producer Eva Maria Daniels transformed her home into the Diller Daniels gallery, which officially opened on 18th of March. A bridge between her Icelandic roots, her years working around the US and her future in Switzerland, the space embodies Daniels’ international scope and diverse passions. It’s also a cultural gift to her young son, Henry. Amidst the Covid crisis, Daniels was diagnosed with cancer and through her strife, pioneered this portal to the arts. Its inaugural exhibition Life in a Day will run 18 March to 29 April and contrasts the escapism of two contemporary Icelandic artists. In fact, Daniels—who has a longterm partnership with A24 and has produced the films Joe Bell, Hold the Dark and End of Sentence—will focus solely on Icelandic artists. We spoke with Daniels about her mission and vision. Click here to read the full interview on Cool Hunting



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