Dani Gherca belongs to the emerging generation of Romanian visual artists who share an interest in linking documentary photography and conceptual approaches.
His early works gravitated around the dialogue between intimacy and living spaces. During the first years he was interested specially in documenting communities who live in small spaces and areas where the idea of intimacy is distorted. Since 2019, his photographic focus documents the relation between crowds and public spaces and how people occupy and use urban spaces for political and social reasons.
2020 Post-Graduate - HISK (Higher Institute for Fine Arts), Gent, Belgium
2015 MFA - National University of Arts, Photography Department, Bucharest, Romania
2013 BA - National University of Arts, Photography Department, Bucharest, Romania