Daniele Bongiovanni got a Bachelor's Degree(BFA) and Master's Degree of Fine Arts (MFA) cum laude at the Academy of Fine Arts, Palermo. Respectively with a thesis entitled ''Attraverso Kokoschka'', an analysis of Oskar Kokoschka's Expressionism, and with a thesis entitled ''Bianco'', focused on a concept of deconstruction in western painting from the 16th to the 20th century.
His painting focuses on the natural space and the human figure. His subjects, although inspired by reality, have an idealized and rarefied configuration, characteristics motivated by a deep conceptuality. During his career he realized several thematic cycles,presented in museums and galleries in Italy and abroad.
He participated in numerous contemporary art events, including the Venice Biennale. His major solo exhibitions include: ''Liquido/Sophia'', MACIA - Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Italiana in America, San José (2007); ''Collezione Pelle Sporca'', Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, Venice (in the context 53rd Venice Biennale, 2009); ''Mundus'', CD Arts Gallery, Lugano (2016); ''Mundus Other'', Centro Svizzero, Milan (2016); ''InEtere'', Palazzo della Luce, Turin (2016); ''Aesthetica Bianca'', Embassy of Italy, London (2017); ''Exist'', Palazzo Broletto, Pavia (2018); ''Con Pura Forma'', Raffaella De Chirico Arte Contemporanea, Turin (2019). Daniele Bongiovanni's work has been shown as part of major group exhibitions at numerous public and private institutions, including: Fondazione Whitaker, Palermo (2013); Independents Liverpool Biennial (2014); CAOS - Officine per lo Spettacolo e l'Arte Contemporanea, Turin (2014); CS Gallery, Caroline Springs, Victoria (2015); DCU - Dublin City University (2015); Palazzo Bollani, Venice (2015); Villino Corsini - Villa Doria Pamphilj, Rome (2015); MACRO Testaccio, Rome (2016); 57th Venice Biennale (2017); RISO - Museo d'Arte Contemporanea della Sicilia, Palermo (2017); MACA - Museo Arte Contemporanea Acri, Italy (2017); Palazzo Sant'Elia, Palermo (2018); Museo Tecnico Navale, La Spezia (2018); Being Human Festival, London (whit Queen Mary University of London, 2019); East Africa Art Biennale, Dar es Salaam (2019).
Texts and articles were written about Daniele by Francesco Poli; Claudio Strinati; Marzia Ratti; Giosuè Allegrini; Susanna Zatti; Gregorio Rossi; Alessandro Rizzo; Giorgio Di Genova; Stefania Maccelli; Simon Adam Yorke; Rebecca Russo. His works are permanently exhibited in museums, public and private collections.