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Working with a range of clients worldwide in both editorial and commercial business, installations and displays creating bespoke sculptures and designs with paper.
Green peace (UK), In Good Company Asia (SG),
Stella Mag (UK), David Morris (UK), IFS (China), LCX (Hong Kong), Lakeville (China) James Cropper (UK), Olivari Oil (US), Marina Rinaldi (IT), Vogue (IT), Hodder and Sougthon (UK), Dow Goodfolk (NZ), Longwood gardens (US), Lebeau-courally (NLD) Leuchtendroter restaurant (DEU), Singapore Children's Museum (SGP) Onward Magazine (US), Galison (US), Harper Collins NY (US).
Pictoplasma (DEU) 2014
Pinc (NLD) 2015
Pinc (US) 2016
De hache (MEX) 2017
Diana Beltran Herrera (b. 1987, Colombia) is a designer and artist from Colombia currently based in Bristol, UK. After graduating from her MFA from UWE (University of the west of England) she has been developing her practice by researching ordinary materials and its uses. She collects, documents and categorizes the different uses of materials creating an inventory that she later applies in her formal and sculptural work.
Paper is the most featured material in her work, not only because it is accessible and easy to transform, but because it is part of every creative process presented as a medium in which ideas or thoughts are constantly recorded.
Her work presents experiences and ideas related to the way in which she experiences the world, and also, performs as a model of representation of a reality that does not suffer any change. For Herrera, there is a considerable distance in the relationship between human and nature that she aims to repair by making visible the fragility of nature through the use of different materials.
Herrera's work has been exhibited around Europe, Asia and America. She works for agencies, museums and commercial clients around the world. Her coming solo show at the Singapore Children 's Museum will open in 2022.