Who is Daniel Daian?

Daniel Dăian is a Romanian poet and painter, renowned for his remarkable contributions to literature and visual art. Born on November 29, 1978, Daniel has explored multiple facets of creativity throughout his career, ranging from poetry to painting and from historical research to curating various exhibitions.
As a poet, Daniel Dăian made his debut with a poetry volume in 2011, published by Rovimed Publishers in Bacău. Since then, he has continued to publish numerous volumes of poetry and prose, exploring deep and complex themes, from existential questions to reflections on human nature.
His literary works are appreciated for their innovative style and the ability to convey powerful emotions and provocative thoughts. Notable titles include "Reflections from the Dungeon of Angels", "The Round Scream", and "A Manual of Swearing".
In the field of visual arts, Daniel has established himself through a series of personal and collective exhibitions, where he has presented works ranging from painting to installations and conceptual photography. The artist is a member of the Union of Plastic Artists of Romania and has exhibited in cities such as Timișoara, Oradea, and Deva. His visual works often incorporate elements of Romanian cultural heritage, while simultaneously exploring modernity and new forms of multicultural expression.
Recently, Daniel Dăian has begun to explore digital art, integrating artificial intelligence technology into his creations. This new direction allows him to experiment with new forms of artistic expression and to blend the traditional with the modern in innovative ways. By using AI, Daniel aims to open new horizons in the interpretation and representation of art, adding an additional dimension to the interaction between artist and audience. This foray into digital art transcends human globality, demonstrating how technological innovation can transform and enrich the traditional artistic landscape.
Through his poetry and painting, Daniel Dăian continues to be a strong and original voice in the European cultural landscape, constantly pushing the boundaries between different forms of art and exploring new creative territories that surpass both cultural and existential boundaries.