Born and raised in Rio, Daniel Feingold seeks to highlight the quality of matter and to bring tension to his painting. Graduated in architecture, he also studied History of Art and Philosophy with Ronaldo Brito, and Theory of Art & Painting, and Deepening Nucleus at EAV Parque Lage. He lived in New York, where he did a Masters in Fine Arts at the Pratt Institute (1997). His exhibition “Acaso Controlado” (Controlled Chance), curated by Vanda Klabin, was exhibited at MAM RJ (2013), at the Oscar Niemeyer Museum, Curitiba (2016), and at the Vale Museum, Vitória (2017). The show presented its recent production of paintings and photographs. According to the curator “‘Acaso Controlado’ consolidates the affinities of Daniel Feingold with the territory of painting, (…). The constructivist ideology finds resonances through an intense articulation of different lines and colors that are translated by a syncopated and rhythmic phrasing, by the emergence of a structure of frames, invoices and layers and overlays of plans that bring in themselves a disruptive chromatic spatiality”.