Daniel Núñez (Madrid, 1988) is a divergent visual artist who combines design and plastic arts. He was trained as a designer and illustrator at the ESDIP and CES Schools in Madrid, and was instructed in plastic and visual arts under the tutelage of artists such as Antonio Lancho, Jorge Pedraza, Marta Maldonado and Isabel Álvarez. His artistic development has been influenced by various styles including marginal art/Art Brut and abstract neo-expressionism, within the context of urban art.
His works utilize both canvases and walls and feature the inclusion of photography. This experimentation of media is the result of constant learning and an almost obsessive need to create. His personal objective is the development of his own language, the aim of which is to reflect on the traditional discourse of painting while also creating a new narrative.
In his work, he uses a variety of symbols surrounding his images to represent his own reality under a particular and intuitive perspective, elicited from dreamlike and spontaneous processes that are supported by his daily evolution. His interest in discovering new objects and materials affects the subjective meaning that gives him the context reflected in the integrity of his work. For Nuñez, minimalist language is the force that establishes new ideas for the representation of the intangible in the material.