Daniel Cuervo’s work challenges visual accuracy with countless brushstrokes that vanish over the canvas.
Even though its “City Scenes” represent no more than a moment, they do not reveal what could be noticed
with brief attention but with a long period of contemplation. The artistic maturity achieved in the last
years is reflected in a landscape eye that is neither critical nor nostalgic, the testimony of a reality that
he sublimates, without changing or hiding the slightest detail. There is no visual hierarchy but rather a
very faithful portrait done with a pinpoint accuracy that exceeds the capacity to perceive of the human
eye. The architectural landmarks, urban furniture, cars, and bystanders allow him the opportunity to
succinctly conceive articulated geometric shapes that usually relate a syncopated sequence that reflects
the underlying rhythms of modern life.