Daniela Raytchev is a Slovakian-Bulgarian contemporary artist who studied at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design and London College of Fashion. Daniela’s personal experience and observation of human psyche have been a continuous source of inspiration for her work. Her paintings and sculpture are bold, at times ironic and feminine yet feminist. Daniela’s work depicts conflicts within, enquires about social stigmas, especially with regards to mental health and equal rights, and promotes honesty and positive message that change is possible. As well as receiving international attention, she held a successful solo exhibition in Notting Hill during 2015’s Frieze Art Fair and has been mentioned in numerous national and international press such as the Times, News Week US, Dazed Digital, Huffington Post, Bullet Media as well as appearing and being interviewed on Slovak and Czech National Radios, Women in Trade Magazine and other publications. Her recent and upcoming collaborations include projects with King’s College Addiction Neuroscience Department, a sound installation with renowned British musician, producer and actor Richard Strange, tapestry work for Rug Designer and 100% Design International Exposition, and Purling London Luxury Chess Sets collaborations.