Originally from Brooklyn, NY, Dianne Bowen is a multi-media artist living and working in the East Village, NY. In 2013, Dianne Bowen was included in Whitehot Magazine: Best Artists List for 2013: Critic's Picks- selected by New York Art Critic Jill Connor.
Bowen studied at the School of Visual Arts, NY, independent research in Estonia, Ireland, Finland and the United States,2000-2004, completed a residency at Byrdcliffe in Woodstock, NY in 2008, and one of 50 artists to participate in the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Artists Summer Institute in partnership with Creative Time, Govenors Island, NY, 2011.
Dianne Bowen's work is exhibited nationally and internationally as well as reviewed in publications in print, on-line blogs, live radio interview and a documentary on 10 artists in their studio “Art in Dialogue” screened at the Museum for New Art Parnu, Estonia in 2006. Bowen’s work was also featured in Art in America, June/July 2007 “Girls, girls, girls” by Carey Lovelace pg. 90. and ARTslant NY 2010, “On the Edge at Fountain” by Natalie Hegert Pic of the month for March, Praeterita, artist-writer-artist, blog by Philip Hartigan, 2011.
Books and catalogs include; "Dimmi Tutto", 102 page, full color exhibtion catalog, 2012 "A Fragile Conversation", foreword by Leah Oates, 2010, Hard cover full cover 80 page book, 2010, "Back to the Beginning and Begin Again..", foreword by New York Art Critic and Curator Peter Duhon Jr.. Archival edition, full color book with 9 signed and numbered which inclueded an original drawing by the artist on mylar.
Her work can also be found in The Drawing Center’s curated viewing program and the AS Artists Studios database on line founded by New York Art Critic Jill Connor which features a limited selection of emerging artists to watch.
Recent exhibitions of note include; "Drawing Bienniale", Galeria Ninapi, Ravenna, Italy, 2014, Solo Exhibition Galeria Ninapi, "Dimmi Tutto", Ravenna, Italy, 2012 catalog available. Pink Art Fair, Seoul, Korea, Pink Gallery, Seoul, Korea, 2013, "Drawing Triennial", Tallinn, Estona, 2011