Luz: Seeing the Space Between Us by Diana Solis (2022)
Video (2:17): queer artist and photographer Diana Solís (US) talks about her photography book Luz: Seeing the Space Between Us, (November, 2022).
The limited-edition book,
Luz: Seeing the Space Between Us
by Diana Solis
Paperback, 120 pages
Offest and Riso interior pages
8.75 x 8.75 | 22.225 x 22.225 cm
This collection of work marks the artist’s return to photography after two decades of working as an educator and painter.
About Diana Solís
‘Diana Solís is a Mexican-born visual artist, photographer, and educator whose work includes photography, painting, illustration, printmaking, comics, public murals, and installation. She is inspired by Mexican and Chicano culture, memory, cautionary tales, oral and personal histories, queer identities, and narratives. Her work examines notions of place, identity, and belonging. (…)
Solís has several exhibitions of her photography scheduled, including Images on Which to Build,[curated by Ariel Goldberg] which will travel to the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, Ohio in 2022 and the Leslie Lohman Museum [MAR 10 – JUL 30, 2023] in New York City.’ – 3arts.org
Currently, she is working on a project on kinship and chosen family in the LGBTQ+ and Latinx communities.
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