Daniel Alcalá

b. Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico, 1974. 

Daniel analyses the limits of urban landscapes and its trajectories. He explores the games of shadows, questioning perception and the medium itself in each image. His urban landscapes draw attention on those city structures that are often overlooked, inviting us to reflect on our relationship with the space. 

Daniel holds a BA in Fine Arts from the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving "La Esmeralda" in Mexico City as well as a Master Degree in Fine Arts from the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico. Currently he is a professor at Ruben Herrera Visual Arts and a member of the National System of Creators, Mexico. Daniel has a number of solo exhibits under his belts, among which are shows at Chopo Museum (Mexico City), WU Gallery (Lima, Peru), Nueveochenta Gallery (Bogota, Colombia), Oscar Cruz Gallery (São Paulo, Brazil), Judi Rotenberg Gallery (Boston, MA), Wendt + Friedmann (Berlin, Germany).



Daniel Alcalá. Tipología de los Becher, 2011. (Becher’s Typology). Screen print. 62.5 x 50 cm. (Framed)



Daniel Alcalá. Panorámico Tijuana, (Tijuana Panoramic), 2017. Etching. Edition of 25. 78.5 x 53.5 cm