Daniel Bragin (b. 1981) was born in Moscow, and graduated from the Royal College of Art, London with an MA in Sculpture in 2013. Previous to that, he studied at the AKI ArtEZ Art Academy for Art and Design in Enschede, earning his BA in Fine Arts in 2011, and the Hout en Meubilerings College School for Wood and Furniture Design in Amsterdam.


Solo exhibitions include SLUSH at Bosse & Baum, London (2013), and Turbo à la crème at The Closed Gallery, Thessaloniki (2012).


Group exhibitions include Walls at Pushkin House, London (2014), In The Flesh at Old Big School Gallery, Tonbridge, Kent (2014), Gaiety Is The Most Oustanding Feature Of The Soviet Union at Saatchi Gallery, London (2012), and Achter de Basiliek, a public space project in Hengelo, Netherlands (also 2012). Bragin lives and works in London.