Dani Lloveras is a Puerto Rican visual artist & designer based in Barcelona & Puerto Rico.
Lloveras hold’s a B.F.A in Fine Arts from Parsons, The New School for Design (New York City), and a B.A. in Psychology from Eugene Lang College, The New School for Liberal Arts at The New School University (New York City) and Master’s degree in Cognitive Science and Languages from the University of Barcelona (Catalonia).
Lloveras is also one of the founders of AMO Studios — a project to reclaim space for artists by experimenting with curatorial approaches and the notion of a multi-purpose space. As collective of six, AMO provided exhibition and studio space through an open proposal system; ultimately claiming collaboration over competition as their mission.