River Rail Magazine Debuts
In October, Diana joined an impressive roster of artists to participate in the exhibit, OCCUPY MANA: Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale That Society Has the Capacity to Destroy (Year 1), curated by Phong Bui and Rail Curatorial Projects.
The exhibit was designed to invoke a discussion on contemporary social and political issues, focusing in particular on human rights and equality, immigration, foreign relations, the environment and climate change. One of the most challenging goals for this group of artists was to convey the emotional or intellectual content of their chosen subject with an appropriate form reflecting the scale of the concern.
Diana’s painting, “Altered Copy of Frederic Church’s Niagara Falls, from the American Side with Graffiti,” was featured on the cover of the inaugural issue of River Rail, a free, bi-annual publication focused on the intersection of art, activism and environmentalism.
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