A limited amount of signed copies of my book Phantom Power are now available for purchase here.
Reviews of Phantom Power:
Streit House Space Spring Quarter 2017 http://www.streithousespace.com/
Phantom Power, SPACE PLACE, Nizhny Tagil, Russia, March 7–April 7, 2019.
Distances Measured From Home, Kin Gallery, Chicago, IL, October 28–November 18, 2018, http://www.lindsayhutchens.com/
Phantom Power, Lawton Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, September 6, 2018–October 4, 2018, http://www.uwgb.edu/lawton-gallery/current/
Shifting Light: Photographic Perspectives, New Mexico Museum of Art, November 25, 2017–October 7, 2018, http://sam.nmartmuseum.org/exhibitions/181/shifting-light-photographic-perspectives
The Chicago Project VII: Selections from our Online Gallery, Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, IL, July, 13–August 31, 2018, http://www.edelmangallery.com/exhibitions-and-projects/exhibition-pages/upcoming-exhibitions/the-chicago-project-vii-selections-from-our-online-gallery.html#?id=6300
Born in 1982 in Germany Barbara Diener received her Bachelor of Fine Art in photography from the California College of the Arts and Masters in Fine Art in Photography from Columbia College Chicago.
Her work has been exhibited at Alibi Fine Art, Chicago, IL, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL, Hyde Park Art Center, Hyde Park, IL, David Weinberg Gallery, Chicago, IL, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM, Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA, Invisible Dog Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Lilllstreet Art Center, Chicago, IL, Riverside Art Center, Chicago, IL. Pingyao Photo Festival, China, The Arcade, Chicago, IL, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Philadelphia, PA, Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT and Project Basho, Philadelphia, PA among others. Diener’s photographs are part of several private and institutional collections including the New Mexico Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Photography.
In 2013 Diener was selected to participate in several highly ambitious and competitive artist residency programs, the Fields Project in Oregon, IL, ACRE in Steuben, WI, and HATCH Projects through the Chicago Artist Coaltition.
Diener is a winner of Flash Forward 2013, the recipient of a Follett Fellowship at Columbia College Chicago and was awarded the Albert P. Weisman Award in 2012 and 2013. In addition Diener received an Individual Artist Grant from the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Events in 2015 and 2018. She is the Collection Manager in the Department of Photography at the Art Institute of Chicago and teaches photography at Oakton Community College and at the School of the Art Institute.
In June 2018 Daylight Books published Diener’s first book Phantom Power.