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 Diane Gamboa  (1957 - )

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Lived/Active: California      Known for: site-specific sculpture, multi media

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Diane Gamboa
from Auction House Records.
"Don't Bit," 1993
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following biography, submitted July 2004, has been provided by John Tyler.

Diane Gamboa has been creating and exhibiting art in Los Angeles for more than 20 years. A multi-media artist, Gamboa is also known for her early photographs documenting punk rock music in the Hollywood-East LA scene, along with her disposable site-specific "Hit and Run" paper fashion sculptures.

In the last decade, asserting her own style, she produced over 300 ink drawings on vellum as part of the "Pin Up" series, which later developed into "Endangered Species", a three-dimensional series based on some of the same figures and ideas. Presently, Gamboa has been developing the art of tattooing, and exploring the use of other media including glass, metal, and assemblage.

Diane Gamboa has had both solo and group exhibitions, internationally and across the country including the Mexican Cultural Institute in New York, NY; the UCLA Fowler Museum in Los Angeles, CA and the San Francisco Art Museum in San Francisco, CA.

Gamboa's work is currently touring with the five-year, 15-city "Chicano Visions: American Painters on the Verge" show as well as in the historic and contemporary "Chicano Art for Our Millenium" exhibition at the Mesa Southwest Museum in Arizona through September 19, 2004.

Her latest solo exhibition entitled "Bruja-Ha" at the Tropico de Nopal gallery in Los Angeles featured eight new paintings, drawings and a "Botanica" installation exploring the mysteries of magic, power and belief.

She has also been the recipient of the California Community Foundation's Visual Arts Fellowship award.

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