Daniel Rey (b. 1990) is a Venezuelan artist whose work seeks to undermine ideas of masculinity by questioning our understanding of cultural norms in patriarchal societies. Rey employs his practice to explore notions of identity, queerness, architecture, and the crucial relationship between space and queer bodies that inhabit our world today.
His practice is wide ranging, comprising ephemeral installation, performance, painting and drawing. With a background in architecture, he uses the processes and elements of construction to deconstruct fixed categories of identities in order to gain visibility to the marginalised communities he belongs to.