Diane Fox is an artist whose work speaks to the perpetually dissolving connection of humanity to the natural world.
Solo exhibitions of her photographic body of work, “UnNatural History,” have been shown nationally and internationally including at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Los Angeles, CA; Erie Art Museum, Erie, PA; Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL; Dom Muz Gallery, Torun, Poland; Antenna Gallery, New Orleans, LA; and Santa Reparata Gallery, Florence, Italy. Selected pieces have been exhibited in numerous Invitational and juried shows including the Museum of Modern Art in Tbilisi, Georgia; Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO; Greyfriars Art Space in Norfolk, England; and Prix de la Photographie in Paris, France. Images from “UnNatural History” are cited in Giovanni Aloi’s books Art and Animals and Speculative Taxidermy: Animal Surfaces and Art in the Anthropocene, and by Alexis Turner in Taxidermy published by Thymes and Hudson.
In 2017, her work was shown internationally at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France and the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfort, Germany as part of their exhibition “Dioramas” that looked at the diorama both historically and through the work of contemporary artists who use the diorama as subject.
Fox is a Distinguished Lecturer in the College of Architecture and Design at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville where she teaches photography and graphic design. Fox has a MFA from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville and a BFA from Middle Tennessee State University.