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Shari Diamond

Shari
Diamond

SPE Member since 2012
Member Chapter: Northeast

Shari Diamond

SPE member since 2012
Common Ground, series no. 1
Archival Pigment Ink-Jet Print

Shari Diamond

SPE member since 2012
Re Imagining Relations, no.2
archival pigment print

Shari Diamond

SPE member since 2012
Common Ground, series no. 2
Archival Pigment Ink-Jet Print

Shari Diamond

SPE member since 2012
Re Imagining Relations, no.3
archival pigment print

Shari Diamond

SPE member since 2012
Common Ground, series no. 3
Archival Pigment Ink-Jet Print

Shari Diamond

SPE member since 2012
Re Imagining Relations, no.5
archival pigment print

Shari Diamond

SPE member since 2012
Common Ground, series no. 4
Archival Pigment Ink-Jet Print

Shari Diamond

SPE member since 2012
Re Imagining Relations, no.6
archival pigment print

Shari Diamond

SPE member since 2012
Common Ground, series no. 5
Archival Pigment Ink-Jet Print

Shari Diamond

SPE member since 2012
Re Imagining Relations, no.7
archival pigment print

about

Shari Diamond is an artist whose work incorporates photography and digital technology and explores difference as it relates to our social, sexual and political constructs. Narrative is a constant thread throughout her work, always speaking to a larger political condition rooted in personal experience of difference. Shari is a full time Assistant Professor and the Director of the BFA Photography Program at Parsons The New School for Design in New York City. Shari received a New York Foundation for the Arts 2008 Fellowship in Photography, two BAC Community Arts Grants and was awarded residencies at Blue Mountain Center and the Millay Colony for the Arts. Her work has been shown in numerous venues, including PS 122 Gallery, Art Projects International, The Alternative Museum and most recently at the Beit Ha'ir Museum in Tel Aviv.

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