Diana Cheren Nygren
Diana Cheren Nygren is a fine art photographer from Boston, Massachusetts. Her work explores the visual character of place defined through physical environment and weather. Place has implications for our experience of the world, and reveals hints about the culture around it.
Diana was trained as an art historian with a focus on modern and contemporary art, and the relationship of artistic production to its socio-political context. Her emphasis on careful composition in her photographic work, as well as her subject matter, reflects this training.
Her current project, “When the Trees are Gone,” has been featured in Dek Unu Mag, Square Magazine, Photonews, Domus Magazine online, and iLeGaLiT, and won Best In Show in the exhibition “Nurture/Nature” juried by photographer Laura McPhee, the Grand Prize in Photography from Art Saves Humanity, and is a finalist for Fresh2020 and Urban2020. Her photographs have received numerous honorable mentions from the Lucie Foundation and have been included in a number of juried exhibitions.
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