Daniel Batalla studied painting ascribing to the principles of Joaquín Torres García, creator of the constructive Universalism, one of the most important movements South American Art. His work has since found new shapes but still conserves some premises such as structure and harmony.
The constitutive elements of his work are based in the popular imaginary that surrounds us, taking the language of publicity, advertising and other images made purely for the consumption of the masses Batalla creates his own codified language.
His work is girded by the use of the primary colors, black and white with a monochromatic background where the elements that compose the image are distributed. His paintings flirt with movement and hide messages that can only found by the eyes of an acute observer.