Mural by Daniel Muñoz

Mural by Daniel Muñoz

Muralist Daniel Muñoz visits the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain to recreate the cover he designed for our current catalog, before traveling to San Antonio, TX, to take part in the 300th anniversary of the city.

Born and residing in Moraleja (Spain), Daniel Muñoz, also known as SAN, started his career in the early nineties by painting on the walls of his native town. After many years of self-study, mostly focused on mural paintings, he shifted to the city of Madrid in the year 2000 to begin his studies in Fine Arts at the Complutense University. In the early years of his career in Madrid, he began to perform painting displays and interpositions in various Spanish and European cities. His work was then influenced by a plastic evolution and he established sketching as his main language tool.

Since the beginning, Daniel Muñoz’s work has been relatively figurative, since he initiated his career by exclusively using public spaces as the main medium of exchange. By doing so, he made his messages recognizable for most people, without socio-economic differentiation between the masses.

Throughout his journey, he has executed numerous painting displays and interpositions in various public spaces of Europe, North and South America, Asia and the Middle East. He has also participated actively in a number of exhibition rooms such as the Luis Adelantado Gallery in Valencia, the BACC Museum of Bangkok, CEART (Fuenlabrada, Spain) or the National Gallery of Amman in Jordan. His work has been published in numerous well-reputed artistic publications and books.

See the current SPAIN arts & culture catalog featuring the cover designed by Daniel Muñoz.

  • Urban Culture
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Mon, June 04 —
    Sat, June 09, 2018

Venue

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Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain, 2801 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009

Admission

There are no visits scheduled during the creation process of the mural. Nonetheless, this work by Daniel Muñoz will be on display at the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain during our future activities.

Credits

Presented by SPAIN arts & culture

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