Diana Eusebio is a Peruvian-Dominican multidisciplinary artist based in Miami, FL. Working across photography, fashion design, and textiles, Eusebio researches the lived experiences and intersections of global Blackness and Latinx identity. Eusebio’s dreamlike and colorful work focuses on the body and garment as tools for fashioning stories exploring identity, cultural expression, and representational freedom. From 2014 – 2020 Eusebio lived, worked, and studied in New York City, Florence (Italy), and Baltimore, receiving a BFA degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Fiber with a minor in Photography and concentration in Experimental Fashion. In 2016, from over 12,000 applicants, Eusebio was announced by the Barack Obama administration as a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts– the highest national honor for a young artist in the United States. She went on to participate in Artist-in-Residence and Fellowship programs –at the Deering Estate, Miami, 2021-22; Red Hook Labs, New York, 2019; PRIZM Art Fair, Miami, 2019; and YoungArts, Miami, 2016– and has exhibited in prestigious national and international institutions –including the Museum of Modern Art, the Hall of Nations at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Gregg Museum of Art and Design, Rubell Museum, Parsons The New School of Design, Maryland Institute College of Art, School of Visual Arts, and Palazzo Dei Cartelloni. Most recently, in 2021, Eusebio was selected as an Oolite Arts Ellies Award recipient, which supports her ongoing body of work “MIRROR: A Reflection of the Black + Latinx Diaspora,” expected to be exhibited at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center (Miami) and self-published into a monograph in 2022.
- 2022 Home + Away Resident: Anderson Ranch