1 Gennaio 1997
di Fred Licht
Daniele Gay, in spite of his youth, has already achieved a remarkably high level of quality and maturity in his work.
He is highly skilled printmaker but it is in his watercolors (sometimes mixed with tempera) that he fulfills his highest ambitions. His handling of a very personal perspective and a dazzling ability to create the impression of scrupulous observation of minuscule detail while preserving a monumental sense of structure make his work unique.
Fred Licht, Curator - Peggy Guggenheim Collection The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation - 6 Gennaio 1997
Il testo è pubblicato in Daniele Gay. Tempere e acquarelli, catalogo della mostra, Galleria dell'Incisione, Brescia 1997