Daniela Puliti received her BFA in 2011 from Montclair State University and her MFA in 2015 from The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). Both degrees were under the discipline of Painting, as she manipulates materials through a painter’s lens. Puliti proudly proclaims herself a strident feminist, creating work from that vantage point. In 2015, she was awarded the SCAD Winter Artist in Residence at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts and completed a month long residency at The Vermont Studio Center in October of that year. Along with creating and exhibiting her own art, she works as a studio assistant to New York based artist Wardell Milan. In 2017, Puliti joined the caravan of women from Project for Empty Space to attend The Women’s March on Washington protest and has since joined the staff of Gateway Project Spaces, subsidiary of PES gallery.
Daniela Puliti is a current fellow at the historic A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn, NY, the longest running women’s co-operative gallery. She is anticipating her first New York solo exhibition at A.I.R. in February 2018.