Diana Bejarano

I am a Colombian photographer and visual artist living in Queens, New York. In my artistic practice I use photography, mixed media and video with a documentary approach to speak about current social issues. I am extremely moved by people’s stories of struggle and injustices as well as courage and strength — stories that encompass our human condition and our resilience. My recent work has been focused on issues dealing with immigration and forced family separation. I regularly work on projects focused on communities and collaborate with nonprofit organizations to develop socially engaged projects. Through my work, I hope to raise awareness and tolerance through the language of art. My work has been part of exhibitions in New York City and Colombia.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Diana Bejarano

Letters from my Exile

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 archive : 2018

“Letters from My Exile” is a participatory art project that pairs portraits and letters that tell the story of people who have endured tremendous sacrifice in their quest for a better life.

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