Daniel Fiorda was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is self-taught , and has exhibited widely throughout the US including the OK Harris Gallery, Allan Stone Gallery in New York as well as the Heriard-Cimino Gallery in New Orleans and Lelia Mordoch Gallery, Paris France.
Daniel was one of the winners in the 7th Annual Sculptures Competition (2003) held at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. Selected on the inaugural 2006 Palm Beach International Sculpture Biennale, and exhibited for a 3rd time in Sculpture Key West. He is an alumni Artist of ArtCenter/South Florida.
Two Pieces from his “Convertible Couch projects” were selected by Art in Public Places in Orlando (2002/03) and was on display for one year in the entrance to the Orlando Science center.
The Higland Museum of Art in Sebring FL, has acquired for their permanent collection the “Red Hunter”, one of "the heavy toys series 2008" sculpture, which has been installed in front of the Museumʼs Garden.
The MoLAA, Museum of Latinamerican Art in Los Angeles, has incorporated one of Fiordaʼs “Square series 2008” in their permanent collection, and was the recipient of “Auction 08: Contemporary, Honorary Award.”