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HomeContents > People > Photographers > Diana Blok

Dates:  1952 -
Born:  Uruguay, Montevideo
Active:  The Netherlands

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1974 Moves to Amsterdam and devotes herself to photography
1969-73 Lives in Mexico City and studies three years Sociology
1952 Born in Montevideo, Uruguay. Lives in Bogota, Colombia, Mexico City and Guatemala
2006-07 Teaches masterclasses Art Photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague
2005 Solo exhibition "Paradise in Disguise - a diary of images", Melkweg Galerie, Amsterdam
2005 Photography/scenography/exhibiton for theater production "Falten" directed by Karina Holla
2004 Publishes "Possible Paradise - a journey to Suriname", writer Annette de Vries
2003 Invited by het Fonds voor de Podium Kunsten to document Carifesta in Suriname
2002 Artist in Residence in Sacatar Foundation Bahia, Brasil
2001 Publishes AY DIOS"- Curacao, Corazon, Curacion, writer Jan Brokken
2000 Selected for cultural exchange program between Netherlands and Netherlands Antillen
1999 Realizes video theatre performance with Monica Blok titled "Lao Tse's Lover"
1998 Post-graduate course in Maurits Binger Film Instituut Amsterdam
1997 Publishes "Adventures in Cross Casting", writer Don Bloch
1992 Commision Portraits of the Dutch for EXPO 92 - Sevilla
1990 Publishes "Blood Ties and Other Bonds" with introduction by Elena Poniatowska
1989 Works with theater director Dea Koert on trilogy Frida Kahlo
1983 Publishes first book "Invisible Forces" / Marlo Broekmans
In the course of the past 25 years, she has taught master classes and workshops throughout the Netherlands and abroad: University of Industrial Arts, Helsinki/ Royal Academy of Art/ The Hague, School for Photography/University of Goteborg, Sweden, Rijksacademie/ Amsterdam, Rietveld Academie/ Amsterdam and Hoge School voor de Beeldende Kunsten / Arnhem.
Her projects have been supported on various occasions by the Foundation of Visual Arts and Architecture in Amsterdam as well as by the Mondriaan Foundation of the Netherlands.
Holly Solomon (New York)
Rijksdienst Beeldende Kunst, Den Haag (Holland)
Polaroid Collection, Boston, (USA)
Photography Museum, Charleroi (Belgium)
Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris (France)
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum, Tokyo (Japan)
Collection Bert Hartkamp (Holland)
Museum Het Domein, Sittard (Holland)
Dunhill Dutch Photography (Holland)
Uwe Schmidt Collection, Cologne (Germany)
Horbach Collection (Germany)
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (Holland)
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires (Argentina)
[Courtesy of the Turner Carroll Gallery] 
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