Born in 1973 in Mexico. Lives and works in New York.
After studying theatre in Mexico, Daniela Rossell specialized in painting at the National School of Visual Arts in Mexico in 1993. At the age of twenty-three her works were shown at a solo exhibition at Galeria OMR in Mexico. Her series Ricas y famosas (Rich and Famous) has been exhibited at Salamanca, Spain (2003); at the Centro Cultural de Caja Tenerife, in the Canary Islands; at PhotoEspaña in Madrid, as well as at venues in Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles. She is represented by the Greene Naftali Gallery in New York City. Her work has also appeared in group shows, including Tendencies: New Art from Mexico City in Vancouver, Canada; Hybrid Cultures: Works from Mexico City and Montreal in Montreal; and at Hierbabuena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, in the Mexcelente exhibition. Her publication: Ricas y famosas (Turner, 2002, 176 pages).