Daniel Cuervo
Pravia, Asturias 1972 (Spain)

In 1990 he joined the Faculty of BBAA in Barcelona, ​​a city in which he continues to reside today.

Graduated in 1995, he belongs to a generation of painters marked by the anthological exhibition of Antonio López at the Museo Reina Sofía in 1992. And later by the American hyperrealists, mainly DavisCone and Richard These.

All his work has the urban landscape as its main theme, both during the day and at night. Barcelona, ​​his city, is the most represented in his works, but also others, such as Madrid, Pamplona and San Sebastián, where he held individual exhibitions in the first decade of this century. As of 2010, as a result of the economic crisis of 2008, he embarked on a path of internationalization with different galleries, exhibiting and painting metropolises such as London, Paris and New York.

A landscape vision, a faithful reflection of urban reality, which shows the underlying rhythms of contemporary life.

He is currently represented by Pigmet Gallery in BCN and Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts in NY.