Daniel Terna is a Brooklyn-based artist working in photography and video. Daniel’s work focuses on family and inherited trauma, blending autobiographical narratives with a tourist’s approach to exploring sites, be they memorials, cities, personal archives, or the body itself. He has exhibited his work in select solo and group shows at the Jewish Museum of Maryland, Baltimore (2023); Jack Barrett, New York (2022 and 2019); Guertin’s Graphics, Red Hook, NY (2020); LY, Los Angeles (2019); Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York (2018); Baxter St. Camera Club of New York (2015); the BRIC Arts Media Biennial, Brooklyn (2014); and the New Wight Biennial, UCLA, Los Angeles (2014). His work has been screened at the Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles (2020); MoMA PS1’s film program in Greater New York, Queens (2016); the New York Film Festival’s Convergence Program (2014), the Austrian Cultural Forum, New York (2012) and the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Cambridge, MA (2011), among others. Daniel is a recipient of select fellowships and residencies at The Workshop, New York (2021); the Asylum Arts Small Grant (2019); Asylum Arts’ International Jewish Artist Retreat, Garrison, NY (2018); the New Jewish Cultural Fellowship, Brooklyn (2018); the Cuts and Burns Residency at Outpost Artist Resources, Ridgewood, NY (2013); and the Collaborative Fellowship Program at UnionDocs, Brooklyn (2011). His work has been featured in The New York Times, Apartamento, Pin-Up, Buffalo Zine, Still magazine, and Aint–Bad magazine, among others. Daniel founded and co-directed the artist-space 321 Gallery, Brooklyn (2012-20). He graduated with a BA in photography from Bard College and received his MFA from the International Center of Photography-Bard.