Born in Israel in 1951, Daniel Erban is a Canadian artist who has lived and worked in Montreal for many years. After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia University in 1980, he pursued his studies at the same place where he obtained a master’s degree in science in 1983. His approach is that of questioning and research. Its aim is to produce works exploiting, in an ugly and antisocial way, themes such as politics, human rights, censorship, etc. Freedom of expression is very important to him. The artist, well known in Montreal’s “underground” milieu, has exhibited throughout Quebec and Canada. Since 1993, he has participated in over 120 exhibitions, including about 35 solo exhibitions.