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  • Daniel González, Present Monuments, Exhibition view, Boccanera Gallery, Trento

  • Daniel González, Present Monuments, Exhibition view, Boccanera Gallery, Trento

  • Daniel González, Present Monuments, Exhibition view, Boccanera Gallery, Trento

  • Daniel González, Present Monuments, Exhibition view, Boccanera Gallery, Trento

  • Daniel González, Mi Casa Tu Casa, 2018, Collateral Event, Manifesta 12, Palermo, ephemeral architecture, permanent installation Mondello Palace Hotelgarde, Mondello

  • Daniel González, Dollars, installation, mixed media, hand-sewn sequins on canvas, environmental dimensions

  • Daniel González, project for the Foyer of the Humboldt Forum, Berlin Castle, 2018, serigraphy on aluminum plates, 1.80 x 54 meters

  • Daniel González, Milan Design Week, 2018, installation, mylar, variable dimension

  • Daniel González, Suburban Splash with Earrings, 2012-2015, hand-sewn sequins on canvas – paillettes cucite a mano su tela, 210 x 160 x 17 cm

  • Daniel González, Disco Gate after Malevic, 2010, hand-sewn sequins on canvas – paillettes cucite a mano su tela, 73 x 73 inches / 185.42 x 185.42 cm

  • Daniel González, Gift of Love - Go to Hell, 2013, hand-sewn sequins on canvas – paillettes cucite a mano su tela, 75 x 63 x 2.7 inches / 190 x 160 x 7 cm

  • Daniel González, Happiness Before Civilization - Monster, 2009, hand-sewn sequins on canvas – paillettes cucite a mano su tela, 63 x 80 inches / 160 x 203 cm

  • Daniel González, Happiness Before Civilization - Abstract-childhood, 2009, hand-sewn sequins on canvas – paillettes cucite a mano su tela, 78,7 x 63 x 2,7 inches / 200 x 160 x 7 cm

  • Daniel González, Social & Political Songs of Fantasy, 2011, hand-sewn sequins on canvas – paillettes cucite a mano su tela, 73 x 73 inches / 185.42 x 185.42 cm

  • Daniel González, The First Love Letter After Twombly, 2010, hand-sewn sequins on canvas – paillettes cucite a mano su tela, 75 x 75 inches / 190.5 x 190.5 cm

  • Daniel González, $1,000,000 After Klein, 2010, hand-sewn sequins on canvas – paillettes cucite a mano su tela, 75 x 75 x 2.7 inches / 190.5 x 190.5 x 7 cm

  • Daniel González, Discoball After Rothko, 2010, hand-sewn sequins on canvas – paillettes cucite a mano su tela, 75 x 79 inches / 190.5 x 200.66 cm

  • Daniel González, Your Stories, 2017, Exhibition view, Boccanera T Gallery, Milano, ph. Carola Merello, courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González in collaboration with artist Anna Galtarossa Homeless Rocket with Chandeliers, 2007 – 2009, steel crane covered with printed vinyl, neon, lights, fabric, sequins, acrylic paint, ft. 100 x 160 x 4, private commissioned site-specific ephemeral architecture, Via Massimiano 25, Lambrate–Milan - IT, photo Andrea Martiradonna

  • Daniel González in collaboration with artist Anna Galtarossa Homeless Rocket with Chandeliers, 2007 – 2009, steel crane covered with printed vinyl, neon, lights, fabric, sequins, acrylic paint, ft. 100 x 160 x 4, private commissioned site-specific ephemeral architecture, Via Massimiano 25, Lambrate–Milan - IT, photo Andrea Martiradonna

  • Daniel González in collaboration with artist Anna Galtarossa Homeless Rocket with Chandeliers, 2007 – 2009, steel crane covered with printed vinyl, neon, lights, fabric, sequins, acrylic paint, ft. 100 x 160 x 4, private commissioned site-specific ephemeral architecture, Via Massimiano 25, Lambrate–Milan - IT, photo Andrea Martiradonna

  • Daniel González, Imaginary Country, 2017, ephemeral architecture, site-specific installation along streets and in public spaces, Milano-Lambrate - IT, photo Carola Merello, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González, Imaginary Country, 2017, ephemeral architecture, site-specific installation along streets and in public spaces, Milano-Lambrate - IT, photo Carola Merello, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González, Imaginary Country, 2017, ephemeral architecture, site-specific installation along streets and in public spaces, Milano-Lambrate - IT, photo Carola Merello, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González, Imaginary Country, 2017, ephemeral architecture, site-specific installation along streets and in public spaces, Milano-Lambrate - IT, photo Carola Merello, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González, Imaginary Country, 2017, ephemeral architecture, site-specific installation along streets and in public spaces, Milano-Lambrate - IT, photo Carola Merello, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González in collaboration with artist Anna Galtarossa, Chili Moon Town Tour, 2007 curated by Andrea Lissoni, site-specific ephemeral architecture for Zona Maco, Mèxico City, Chaputepec Lake, 29 feet height 26 x 26 feet base – 9 meters height 8 x 8 meters base, photo Regina Geisler, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González in collaboration with artist Anna Galtarossa, Chili Moon Town Tour, 2007 curated by Andrea Lissoni, site-specific ephemeral architecture for Zona Maco, Mèxico City, Chaputepec Lake, 29 feet height 26 x 26 feet base – 9 meters height 8 x 8 meters base, photo Regina Geisler, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González in collaboration with artist Anna Galtarossa, Chili Moon Town Tour, 2007 curated by Andrea Lissoni, site-specific ephemeral architecture for Zona Maco, Mèxico City, Chaputepec Lake, 29 feet height 26 x 26 feet base – 9 meters height 8 x 8 meters base, photo Regina Geisler, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González, Pop-Up Building Milan, 2015, ephemeral architecture, site-specific installation for Marsèlleria, Permanent Exhibition, Milan - IT, photo Carola Merello, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González, Pop-Up Building Milan, 2015, ephemeral architecture, site-specific installation for Marsèlleria, Permanent Exhibition, Milan - IT, photo Carola Merello, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

  • Daniel González, Pop-Up Building Milan, 2015, ephemeral architecture, site-specific installation for Marsèlleria, Permanent Exhibition, Milan - IT, photo Carola Merello, Courtesy Studio Daniel González

Daniel González è nato in Argentina nel 1963, vive e lavora tra New York e Verona.

Il suo lavoro nasce dalla ricerca sul rito della celebrazione e lo sconfinamento tra categorie; si declina in progetti pubblici chiamati “architetture effimere” ispirate alle macchine barocche del Bernini, banner-painting in paillettes cucite a mano e pezzi unici indossabili presentati in performance ad alto impatto. González crea mondi deliranti, pieni di energia, spazi di libertà dove le convenzioni esistenti collassano.

Nel 2007 realizza le prime due architetture effimere su larga scala in collaborazione con l’artista Anna Galtarossa. La prima, Chili Moon Town Tour, una città utopica galleggiante è stata inaugurata nel Bosque de Chapultepec a Città del Messico e prodotta da Maco México e Fondazione Jumex, a cura di Andrea Lissoni (Tate Modern, Londra). La seconda architettura effimera, Homeless Rocket with Chandeliers, è stata prodotta a Lambrate (Milano), una gru-installazione di 35 metri di altezza, usata in un cantiere nelle ore diurne, che annunciava la propria trasformazione in opera d'arte, accendendo neon, fumo e sirene al termine delle ore lavorative.
González prosegue la produzione di architetture effimere con Pop-Up Building per il Witte de With Festival di Rotterdam nel 2010, dove ha presentato la sua prima opera pop-up, coprendo una chiesa storica con cartone intagliato, come un libro pop-up gigante a cura di Ruud Reutelingsperger.
Nel 2011 è stato invitato alla Biennale de El Museo del Barrio a New York creando Pop-Up Museo Disco Club, una scultura-installazione che trasformava la facciata del museo sulla 5th Avenue e l’atrio in un block party di sei mesi di durata, a cura di Rocío Aranda-Alvarado, Trinidad Fombella ed Elvis Fuentes.
Nel 2013 Daniel González presenta a Verona l’installazione pubblica Romeo’s Balcony, un'idea di balcone installata in maniera speculare al balcone della Casa di Giulietta, opera realizzata in collaborazione con ArtVerona, i Musei Civici e il Teatro Stabile di Verona.
Nel 2014 è invitato a Ventura Lambrate durante la Milan Design Week con i progetti Criminal Aesthetic Fashion Soundsystem e il Daniel González D.G.Clothes Project. Nello stesso anno, Noah Khoshbin, curatore del Robert Wilson Watermill Center (Long Island, NY, USA) invita l’artista al Luminaria Festival in San Antonio, TX, USA, con la performance Bohemian Texas Street Home Fashion Show.
Il 2015 inizia con le performance del D.G.Clothes Project dal titolo Aaaaaaahhh Antologia di un Bugiardo, pensata per Marsèll nello showroom di Milano, Cheaper Fast Love, performance per la fiera di design Ventura Lambrate a Miliano e Portrait Fashion Factory, realizzata nel Complesso Monumentale Santo Spirito in Sassia, Roma, dove ha trasformato abiti in disuso o con particolare valore affettivo dei performer partecipanti in ritratti scultura indossabili. A seguire inaugura la personale Super Reality alla Galleria Valentina Bonomo (Roma) e nel mese di settembre presenta Pop-Up Building Milan installazione pubblica per Marsèlleria permanent exhibition a Milano, trasformando l’edificio nella sua fisionomia esterna, divenendo una gigantesca architettura effimera in cartone tagliato a mano, ispirata ai libri pop-up per bambini. Nel 2016 l’artista presenta Paper Building il progetto site-specific che inaugura la Fondazione La Fabbrica del Cioccolato in Canton Ticino (Svizzera). L’architettura effimera sulla facciata della ex-fabbrica Cima Norma riporta al grado zero la storia dell’architettura dell’edificio. In Paper Building l’applicazione di carta Bianca per manifesti sulla facciata esterna è totalizzante; annulla la storia dell’architettura industrial per scoprire una nuova identità attraverso gli spacchi e le interruzioni ad ogni porta e finestra.
Nel 2017 riceve il grant dalla Pollock-Krasner Foundation di New York, presenta la personale Your Stories alla Boccanera T Gallery di Milano e inaugura Imaginary Country, progetto site-specific per l’associazione Made in Lambrate, una installazione che unisce i tradizionali "pasacalles" argentini, striscioni dipinti a mano sulle strade pubbliche, e il linguaggio di internet. L’artista riporta così il mondo digitale nel quotidiano, attivando l'immaginazione per vedere paesaggi fantastici a Lambrate. Un invito rivolto ai passanti ad immaginare che il proprio quartiere - Lambrate - abbia tutto ciò che non possiede ma può desiderare con la propria immaginazione, ovvero la prima vera forma di realtà virtuale, prima di internet.

Ha esposto, inoltre, alla Zabludowicz Collection di Londra, al Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux, alla Pinakothek der Moderne di Monaco (DE), in Viafarini (Milano), al Neuer Kunstverein di Aachen, alla seconda Biennale di Praga e a Manifesta 7 Trento/Bolzano, nelle gallerie Studio La Città (Verona), Diana Lowenstein (Miami, USA) e Spencer Brownstone (New York City).
Le sue opere sono incluse in diverse collezioni private, tra cui ricordiamo Zabludowicz Collection (Londra), Fondation pour l’art contemporain Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon (Francia), Luciano Benetton (Venezia) e Patrizia Pepe (Prato).
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Daniel González was born in Argentina in 1963; he lives and works in Berlin and New York.

His work results from the research into celebration rites and cross-boundaries and it takes the form of public projects, sequined banner-painting and wearable one-off pieces exhibited in high-impact performances. González creates irrational and energetic worlds, areas of freedom in which existing conventions collapse.
In 2007 Daniel González developed, in collaboration with artist Anna Galtarossa, large-scale public projects. The first one, Chili Moon Town Tour, a utopic floating city produced by Maco México and Jumex Foundation, curated by Andrea Lissoni, premiered in Chapultepec Lake in Mexico City. The second one, Homeless Rocket with Chandeliers, was an installation centered on a crane 35 meters high in use on a building site in Lambrate, a suburban area in Milan. While on service during the daily hours, it transformed itself into an artwork at sunset, turning on neon lights, smoke machines and alarms.
González continues his “ephemeral architectures” production with Pop-Up Building during Witte de With Festival in Rotterdam in 2010, where he presented his first pop-up work, covering an historical church with cut-out cardboard, like a gigantic pop-up book, curated by Ruud Reutelingsperger.
In 2011 he participated in the Biennale of the Museo El Barrio in New York with the special project Pop-Up Museo Disco Club, a sculpture-installation that transformed the museum's 5th Avenue façade and its lobby into a block party lasting six months, curated by Rocío Aranda-Alvarado, Trinidad Fombella and Elvis Fuentes.
In 2013 the artist presented the public installation Romeo’s Balcony, an idea of balcony installed mirror-like in front of Juliet’s House balcony in Verona, thanks to the collaboration with ArtVerona art fair, City Museums and Teatro Stabile di Verona.
In 2014 the artist was invited to the design fair Ventura Lambrate during the Milan Design Week with the projects Criminal Aesthetic Fashion Soundsystem and his artist-run fashion project, Daniel González D.G.Clothes Project, founded in 2004 in Berlin. In the same year, Noah Khoshbin, curator of Robert Wilson Watermill Center (Long Island, NY, USA) invited Daniel González to the Luminaria Festival in San Antonio, TX, USA, with the performance Bohemian Texas Street Home Fashion Show.
In 2015 the D.G.Clothes Project presents the following performances: Aaaaaaahhh Anthology of a Liar, designed for Marsèll showroom in the exhibition space Marsèlleria, Milan, followed by Cheaper Fast Love, performance for the design fair Ventura Lambrate in Milian. In Rome the artist realized the performance, Portrait Fashion Factory, hosted in Santo Spirito in Sassia Monumental Complex. Following to that the artist presented the solo show Super Reality at Valentina Bonomo Gallery and in September 2015 Pop-Up Building Milan, public art installation for Marsèlleria permanent exhibition in Milan, transforming the façade of the building in a cardboard fairytale, a dynamic structure inspired by children pop-up books over 250 square meters. In 2016 the artist presents Paper Building a site-specific project that premieres the Foundation La Fabbrica del Cioccolato in Tessin, Switzerland. The ephemeral architecture on the facade of the former Cima Norma chocolate factory takes to the zero degree the history of its architecture. In Paper Building the application of white billboard paper to the external facade of Cima Norma is complete; it annuls the history of industrial architecture to discover a new identity through the paper interruptions and breaks at each door and window.
In 2017 González receives the Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant, presents the solo show Your Stories in Milan at Boccanera T Gallery and premieres Imaginary Country, the site-specific project for Made in Lambrate Association, a public art installation that uses the traditional "pasacalles" street banners from Argentina and the language from most common social networks. The artist takes back to real life the digital sphere, inviting passers-by to imagine that their neighbourhood – Milano-Lambrate – possesses all you can imagine but cannot have. Fantasy becomes the very first virtual reality device, before the Internet-era.

The artist exhibited also at Zabludowicz Collection in London, at Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux, at the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, in Viafarini gallery (Milan), at Neuer Kunstverein in Aachen, at the Second Prague Biennale and at Manifesta 7 Trient/Bozen and at the following art galleries: Studio La Città (Verona, Italy), Diana Lowenstein (Miami, USA) and Spencer Brownstone (New York City). His works are included in several private collections, among them the Zabludowicz Collection, London, Fondation pour l’art contemporain Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon (France), Luciano Benetton (Venice, Italy), Patrizia Pepe (Prato, Italy).

 

SELECTED SOLO SHOWS

2018
Present Monuments, Boccanera Gallery, Trento - IT (Upcoming)

2017
Your Stories, Boccanera T Gallery, Milan - IT

2015
Super Reality, Galleria Valentina Bonomo, Rome - IT

2013
Juliet & the Forbidden Games Shoes, D.G. Clothes Project, Studio La Città, Verona - IT

Criminal Aesthetic Fashion Soundsystem, Patrizia Pepe Factory, curator: Ronaldo Fiesoli, text by Marco Tagliafierro, Prato - IT

Criminal Aesthetic Fashion at the Skyscraper Club, Diana Lowenstein Gallery (Anna Galtarossa & Daniel González), Miami - USA

2012
Cloud Factory, (Anna Galtarossa & Daniel González), text by Giacinto Di Pietrantonio, Studio La Città, Verona - IT

Officina Italiana di Realtà Anticonformista, Alessandro Marena Project, Turin - IT

Social & Political Structure of Fantasy, Vernon Projekt, Prague - CZ

Pimp Art History, Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts, Miami  - USA

Disco Le Corbusier, Spazio Rizoma, OFF Arte Fiera, Bologna - IT

2009
A la Mierda lo que Piensen de Nosotros - UFO In My Bed, Vernon International & IN STAGE, Padua - IT

2008
No Money No Honey, Chili Moon Town Tour Productions, (Anna Galtarossa & Daniel González), Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York City - USA

2006
Sono Incazzato Nero e Tutto Questo Non Lo Voglio Piú, curated by Andrea Lissoni, Viafarini, Milan - IT


COMMISSIONED PUBLIC ART INSTALLATIONS

2018
Mi Casa Tu Casa What’s up Argentina?, Museo MAR, Mar Del Plata, Bueno Aires - AR

Mi Casa Tu Casa Magna Grecia, curator: Giacinto Di Pietrantonio, Contemporary Art Museum, Cosenza - IT

Mi Casa Tu Casa, Fondazione Volume! & Mondello Italo Belga Sa, Manifesta12 Palermo Collateral Event, Mondello Palace Hotel, Palermo - IT

2017
Imaginary Country, Made in Lambrate no-profit, Milan-Lambrate - IT

2016
Paper Building, The Chocolate Factory Foundation, Tessin - CH

2015
Pop-Up Building Milan, Marsèlleria Permanent Exhibition, Milan - IT

2013
Re-Set Building, Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Miami, USA

Romeo’s Balcony, text by Marco Meneguzzo, Juliet’s house courtyard, produced by ArtVerona, Musei civici di Verona, Teatro Nuovo Verona, in collaboration with Studio La Città, Verona - IT

Door to the Origin of the World, text by Lukas Feireiss, Masseria Torre Coccaro Art Project, Brindisi - IT

2011
Pop Up Museo Disco Club, public art installation, El Museo’s Bienal / The [S] Files 2011: The Street Files, curator: Elvis Fuentes, Rocío Aranda-Alvarado and Trinidad Fombella, El Museo del Barrio, New York City - USA

Transportable Square Zordan, workshop with the emploees of Zordan furniture company in Valdagno for A Beautiful Day – Art&Co. curator: Chiara De Cristan and Silvia Ferri de Lazara, Fondazione March

2010
Pop-Up Building, curated by Ruud Reutelingsberger, De Wereld van Witte de With Festival, Arminius church, Rotterdam - NL

2007
Homeless Rocket with Chandeliers, Chili Moon Town Tour Productions (Anna Galtarossa & Daniel González), Lambrate, Milan - IT

Chili Moon Town Tour, Chili Moon Town Tour Productions (Anna Galtarossa & Daniel González), curator: Andrea Lissoni, Chapultepec Park, Mexico City, special project for México Arte Contemporáneo, in collaboration with Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York - NY


PERFORMANCE

2016
Emergency Disco Gang Swiss, The Chocolate Factory Foundation, Blenio - CH

2015
No time to waste, curated by Ombretta Agrò, Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Miami Beach - USA

Aaaaaaahhh Antologia di un Bugiardo, Daniel González D.G. Clothes Project performance, Marsèlleria, Milan - IT

Cheaper Fast Love, Daniel González D.G. Clothes Project performance, Ventura Lambrate 2015, Milan Design Week, Milan - IT

Portrait Fashion Factory, Daniel González D.G. Clothes Project performance, Spirito Due curator: Valentina Ciarallo, Complesso Monumentale Santo Spirito in Sassia, Rome - IT


2014
Bohemian Texas Street Home Fashion Show, Luminaria Festival, curated by Noah Khoshbin, San Antonio, Texas - USA

2013
Romeo’s Balcony, performance for Art Verona project, Verona - IT

Door to the Origin of the World with Grandmother Bag Collection, D.G. Clothes Project, performance, Masseria Torre Coccaro Art Project, Brindisi - IT

Crash bar o La Conquista dell’Inutile, for The Volume of Air, curator: Francesca Astesani, Margherita Belaief, Ilaria Leoni, in collaboration with Mousse Magazine and NERO, Biennale di Venezia, Serra dei Giardini, Venice -IT

2009
City of Dreams, artist parade, Chili Moon Town Tour Productions (Anna Galtarossa & Daniel González), curator: Blanca de La Torre, New York City - USA

2008
In You I Taste God, Pulse Miami Contemporary Art Fair, Miami - USA

Freak Out and Get It, curated by Gea Politi, Prague Biennale 2, Praga - CZ

Doll’s Room, Flash Art Fair, Bologna - IT

2006
Sono incazzato nero e tutto questo non lo voglio più, curator: Andrea Lissoni, Viafarini, Milan - IT

2005
Falling in love makes me stupid, curator: Stefanie Kreuzer, NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen - D


SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

2018
Summer Group Show, Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Miami - USA 

Humboldt Forum Berlin, shortlisted project proposals for “Art in Architecture” open competition, BBR, Berlin - D

COLORE non COLORE, Galleria Valentina Bonomo, Roma - IT

Il Marmo, Studio La Città, Verona - IT

Eternity by Maurizio Cattelan, Artistic Contribution, curator: Cecilia Alemani,  Art Basel Cities, Buenos Aires - AR

Crëp, curator: Mariano Pichler, text: Letizia Ragaglia, Galleria Doris Ghetta, Ortisei, South Tyrol - IT

Mylar Wallpaper, Ventura Future design show, Milan Design Week, Future Dome, Milan - IT

2015
Urban Hives, curated by Green Island, Fuorisalone 2015, Milan - IT

2014
25 Yrs Anniversary Show, Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Miami - USA

DAMN Magazine Anniversary Show, Internationa Biennale Inerieur, Kortrijk - BE

Artecho, A Remix of Abundance, curator: Alajandra Esayag and Tam Gryn, Sun West Studios, New York City - USA

Visione Territoriale, curator: Giacinto Di Pietrantonio, Fortezza di Civitella, Teramo - IT

2013
I have a dream too, Marena Gallery, Turin - IT

PIN. Auction Party, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich - D

Tina B Festival, Anacapri, Naples - IT

2012
Metamorphosis. Moroso Collections, from Design to Visual Arts, curator: Andrea Bruciati, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Udine - IT

Premio Michetti 2012: Popism, L’Arte in Italia dalla Teoria dei Mass Media ai Social Network, curator: Luca Beatrice, Francavilla al Mare - IT

Rewind. 50 anni di FENDER in Italia, curator: Luca Beatrice, Museo della Musica, Bologna - IT

2011
Scratch'n'Cut. All Remix Everything, curator: Lukas Feireiss, MADE, Berlin - D

El Museo’s Bienal / The [S] Files 2011: The Street Files, curated by Elvis Fuentes, Rocío Aranda-Alvarado and Trinidad Fombella, El Museo del Barrio, New York City - USA

A Painting Show, curator: Aaron Moulton, Autocenter, Berlin - D

2010
Kings Zine #1 Life, curator: KINGS and Guia Cortassa, Assab One, Milan - IT

Re- Imagining Architecture Between Fact and Fiction, curator: Lukas Feireiss, AedesLand, Berlin - D

The Library of Babel / In and Out of Place, curator: Anna-Catarina Gebbers, 176 Zabludowicz Collection, London - UK

A Basic Human Impulse, art & design, curator: Andrea Bruciati, GC.AC Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea Monfalcone, Monfalcone, Udine - IT

Insiders: Practices, Uses, Know-how, curator: Francine Fort, Michel Jacques, Claire Petetin, Eric Troussicot, CAPC Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux - F

City of Dreams, Chili Moon Town Tour Productions (Anna Galtarossa & Daniel González), Deitch Projects Art Parade 2008, New York - NY

Leftovers, Mariano Pichler Collection, curator: Luca Cerizza and Jennifer Chert, Micamoca, Berlin - D

Stultifera Navis, curator: Andrea Bruciati and Marco Tagliafierro, Porta Sant’Agostino, Bergamo - IT

Tina B. The Prague Contemporary Art Festival, Prague, Czech Republic; Manifesta 7 Trento/Bolzano - IT

2006
Tina B, The Prague Contemporary Art Festival, Prague - CZ


ART FAIRS

2018
Artissima, Boccanera Gallery, Torino - IT (Upcoming)

2017
Art Verona, Boccanera Gallery, Verona - IT

SWAB, Boccanera Gallery, Barcellona - ES


SPECIAL PROJECTS

2018
Mi Casa Tu Casa Magna Grecia, BO.CS Art, artist in residence, curator: Giacinto Di Pietrantonio, Contemporary Art Museum, Cosenza - IT

Daniel González D.G.Clothes Project, Pop-Up Shop Milano, Milan Design Week -  IT

2015
MARS Marsèll Art Run Space, Padua - IT

2014
Criminal Aesthetic Fashion Soundsystem, Ventura Lambrate, Fuorisalone, Milan - IT

Bastardisation Sculpture Shoes Collection, D.G. Clothes Project, Ventura Lambrate, Fuorisalone, Milan - IT

The Genesis of the Floor, Palazzo Clerici, Gorgonzola, MB - IT

2013
Happiness Before Civilization, PIN. Auction Party, PInakothek der Moderne, Munich - D

Bohemian Street Home, installation work, via Ventura 5, Lambrate, Milan - IT

Babylond Disco Lemon Tree, installation, Tina B Festival, Anacapri, Naples - IT

2009
Handmade Ride, pimped Mini Cooper for Tina B. the Prague Contemporary Art Festival, Prague - CZ

2008
Honeymoon, lamp, edition of 20 + ap for Plusdesign, Lambrate, Milan - IT


LECTURES + TALKS

2018
Festival dello Sviluppo Sostenibile, conferenza internazionale, Parma - IT

Master in Urban Heritage and Global Tourism, lecture, professor Marco Ardielli, IUAV University, Venice - IT

2017
Dissertation by Daniel González at FAUD, Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Design, University of Mar Del Plata, Buenos Aires. Attendees: Arq. Guilliermo Osvaldo Echiolaza, Decano of FAUD; D.I. Beatriz Martìnez, Vice-Decano of FAUD; Arq. Daniel Villalba, Secretary of Works at UNMDP; Arq. Ariel Magnoni, Academic Secretary of FAUD; Arq. Elvira Garbesi, FAUD Faculty Coordinator; Juan Alberto Bussetti, Constructor in Mar del Plata together with artistic gourp Casa Intermitente; Talk with students of Instituto San Alberto Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina, secondary level, 2A & 2B, topic: why art matters, Professor Daniela Ramìrez; Contemporary Art Phenomenon, lecture, professor Claudio Musso, Fine Arts Academy, Bergamo - IT

2016
Museums and Cultural Spaces as Motor of Urban and Social Progress, peer member at the international symposium, at the 15th Architecture Biennale Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, September 24th, 2016, an event accompanying the exhibition “V.D.N.H. Urban Phenomenon” organized by Russian Culture Ministry and ANCB The Metropolitan Laboratory, Berlin

2015
Forum Arte Contemporanea, “La provocazione nell’arte” panel curated by Fabiola Naldi, Prato - IT

2014
The Upcoming Art, Associazione Alessandro Marena and Accademia Albertina, Turin, Italy; L’arte come sogno, rivoluzione, cambiamento, panel with Luca Beatrice, Rä di Martino, Anna Galtarossa, Massimo Grimaldi, Circolo dei Lettori, Biennale of Democracy, Turin, Italy; Porsche Live, Pensieri e Altri Suoni, Le Metropoli, lecture, historic hall Sala Rossini, Caffè Pedrocchi, Padova produced by Fondazione March and Porsche Italia

2009
Spacecraft 2: More Fleeting Architecture and Hideouts, lecture e panel at German leading bookshop Walther König, Museuminsel, Berlin. Altri relatori: Markus Bader (architect, raumlabor, Berlin), Dr. Niklas Maak (art critic, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung), Martin Rein- Cano (landscape architect, TOPOTEK 1) and Lukas Feireiss (curator and editor of book publisher Gestalten)

 

GRANTS & AWARDS

2017
Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York, grant recipient 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2018
Fabiola Naldi, Claudio Musso, Frameless / Senza Cornice, L’opera d’arte tra supporto, contesto e città, Danilo Montanari Editore

2016
Vera Mornina, Un matrimonio effimero per una città barocca: focu d’amuri tra Shakespeare e il Gattoperdo, urban theatre project in Scicli, final essay, Catania University, Faculty of Architecture, Professor Arch. Vittorio Fiore, January 

2015
Sylvia Kim Eunji, Pop-Up Building Milan, Bob Magazine, p14, November 

2014
Artecho, 2014, group show curated by Tam Gryn and Alejandra Essayag, New York City

25 Yrs Anniversary, DAMN Magazine, p.19

Praestigium Italia I, Imago Mundi, Luciano Benetton Collection, Fabrica, p.218-219

Lorini, Galesso, L’arte delle immagini, Zanichelli ed, p287-8

2013
Marco Meneguzzo, Il Ragazzo del Balcone Accanto, Romeo’s Balcony, Art Verona Art Project Fair, Verona, October 

Let’s party for art, catalogue, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

2012
Rewind. 50 anni di Fender in Italia, catalogue, Milano

2011
Biennal Museo El Barrio, The (S)files, catalogue, New York City

A Beautiful Day, catalogue cover, Fondazione March, Padua

2010
Daniel González, With de Witte van de Vereld, Rotterdam, catalogue cover

Andrea Bruciati, A Basic Human Impulse, catalogue, Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea di Monfalcone, p.22-27,56-61

Lukas Feireiss, Re-Imagining Architecture, Aedes Galerie, Berlin

Patrizia Brusarosco, Milovan Farronato, Souvenir d’Italie, a non profit art story, Viafarini, Mousse Publishing, Milano, p.260

2009
Bart Lootsma, The Style of choice, Insiders, Bordeaux, February

Robert Klanten, Lukas Feireiss, Spacecraft2, Gestalten, Berlin, p.172-3, 181, 227

Daniel González, Vernon Gallery, Peruzzo Ed, Padua

Micol Arianna Beltrami, 101 Cose da Fare a Milano, Newton Compton Ed, Milano

2008
Tina B Festival, catalogue, Prague, p. 274-275

Andrea Bruciati, Stultifera navis, catalogue, Vanilla Ed

Marcel Janco, Living Objects, Uovo Magazine, n.16,catalogue, January-March

2005
Prague Biennale 2, catalogue, Politi Ed