Daniel Luión

Daniel Lupión Romero. Morat (Switzerland), 1967.

Currently lives in Madrid and is dedicated to the theoretical and practical research in art. He is Professor of the degree of Fine Arts from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, campus of Aranjuez. He is a member of several research groups including Critical visually: rewriting of narratives through images, I+D 2015-2018; Artistic practices and contemporary forms of knowledge, UCM 2014-2015; research group Images of art and rewriting of narratives in the global visual culture I+D 2010-2014. Promotes projects of emerging art as Espacio f, 2005-2013, or Intercambiador, program stays of foreign artists in Spain by linking them to the University, 2013-2015.

He has published articles on issues such as the role of the collective representations in social movements“15M. Acontecimiento y representación” en Pensar la imagen/Pensar con las imágenes, Ed. Delirio, Madrid, or as the political meaning of the painting today. We highlight “El potencial político de la pintura en la sociedad estetizada” en Pensar de pintura, Ed. UCM, Madrid; “¿Es la pintura un lenguaje? La falacia del paradigma lingüístico en los modelos interpretativos del arte”, en la revista Bellas Artes, La Laguna.  

His artistic works often alternate interventions in the urban space and the practice of the video. Featuring2MOVE. Movimiento Doble. Estéticas Migratorias, Sala Verónicas, Centro Párraga. Murcia, Vervaandenen Museum Ámsterdam, Solstice Arts Centre Belfast.