Daniel Mullen was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1985, and lives and works in Amsterdam. Graduated in 2011 from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in the Netherlands. Mullen’s artistic career started as a natural passion he exerts for architecture and spaces; what fascinates him is to create spaces, unoccupying them thereafter. He creates perspectives, toying with optical illusions, which come to place by combining pigmentation and geometry.
Among the national and international exhibitions in which he participated are the solo exhibitions "Intersecting Perspectives", at Galerie Brandt (Amsterdam, 2013) e "Colour Equation", at Emma Thomas Gallery (São Paulo, 2019); and the group shows "The Royal Prize for Painting", at Palais Amsterdam (Amsterdam, 2014) and "Ostrale Bienniale 019" (Desdren, Alemanha, 2019).
The artist was recognized with the award Summer show Nieuw Dakota and Francis Boeske Projects, in 2017, and his work integrates important collections such as Akzo Noble, in the Netherlands, Hughes Hubbard And Reed Llp, in Miami and Edison Investment Research, in London.
Source: Kogan Amaro Gallery.