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Diana Eusebio is a Peruvian-Dominican multidisciplinary artist based in Miami. Her artistic practice is centered on color and its cultural significance. She researches natural dyed textiles from Indigenous Latin American and Afro-Caribbean traditions, recognizing their connection to nature and their role as carriers of ancestral wisdom. Eusebio's fusion of ancestral and modern techniques, including dyeing and photography, contributes to contemporary cultural preservation and celebrates the rich heritage and Pre-Columbian knowledge embedded within these communities. Her work is a powerful testament to the enduring cultural tapestry of these regions.

Eusebio holds a BFA in Fiber from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She has presented her work at the MoMa, Hall of Nations, Gregg Museum of Art and Design, and Rubell Museum. Studio residencies include Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Aspen, CO; Red Hook Labs, NY, NY; Oolite Arts, Miami; AIRIE Fellowship, Everglades National Park; INDEX MECA Art Fair, Dominican Republic; Deering Estate Studio Residency, Miami. Awards include the Obama administration’s U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts–the highest national honor for a young artist, National YoungArts Jorge M. Perez $25,000 Award, and the inaugural Knight Artist Housing Award supporting her current two year studio residency at Oolite Arts in Miami Beach.

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