They Are Often Called Singers 2021, is the first piece of a broader ongoing project, which investigates through different artistic territories - between the visual and sound - the confluence of urbanism and the interpretation of the conditions and experiences of the people in these urban settings around London. The project itself involves a greater understanding of the city and raises questions in the relationships between design ideas, built form and social life. The idea is to encourage questionning as a starting point, and not as an answer.
Daniel Solomons is a British-Spanish artist based in London. He studied Graphic Arts, Research and Artistic Production and MA Sound Art. He is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors and he has won several International Prizes and Awards. His work has been shown nationally and internationally, both in art galleries and mayor institutions. Selected exhibitions include Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer, DAMM National Museum Of Decorative Arts Moscow, DSL Collection-Moscow, Thames Side Gallery London, Unit1 Gallery London, Cervantes Institute London, UKJFF JW3 centre London, Art and Development Factory Madrid, Centre Sefarad-Israel Madrid, IVAM Modern Art Institute Valencia, CAC Contemporary Art Centre-Málaga, MACM Museum Madrid, Nieves Fernandez Gallery Madrid, GARBA Rome, as well as he participated in Art Chicago Contemporary Art Fair, Pulse Miami Art Fair, ARCO-Madrid or Urvanity Art Fair. His work is in collections such as The Royal Society of Sculptors, Unit1 Foundation- London, Heinrich Ehrhardt Collection, Centre Sefarad-Israel, Unicaja Foundation or Indra Foundation among others.