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Diana Eusebio is a multidisciplinary artist.
In 2016, from over 12,000 applicants, Eusebio was named, by the Barack Obama administration, a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts– the highest national honor for a young artist in the United States. Eusebio was the recipient of the 2022 Green Family Foundation Award. Institutional exhibitions include the Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Hall of Nations in Washington D.C., and the Rubell Museum in Miami. Studio residencies include Anderson Ranch Art Center in Aspen, CO; Oolite Arts’ in Miami, FL; Deering Estate in Miami, FL; and Red Hook Labs in New York, NY. Eusebio holds a BFA in Fiber and Photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Informed by her career as a fashion designer, Eusebio’s photograhy and wearable pieces center the body, fashion, and styling as tools for visual storytelling. A first-generation American, born and raised in Miami, at the intersection of Peruvian-Dominican heritage and Black-Latino-Indigenous culture, Eusebio draws inspiration from the intersections identity, diaspora, and community. Her work preserves diasporic stories and prompts honest conversations around inclusion, love, and solidarity.