SELECTED PRESS REVIEWS AND PUBLICATIONS

 

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2016

   
 

Book: A Matter of Memory: Photography as Object in the Digital Age. Text by Lisa Hostetler, William Green and Bruce Barnes. Published by the George Eastman Museum, Exhibition Catalogue

 

Dr. Cornelia von Detten, "Tissue- Verdichtete Zeit, Eine Ausstellung in der Großen Rathausgalerie, Landshut, International Textilkunst, vol 44, issue 3, September 2016. pg. 135-138

 

Review: Anke Humpeneder-Graf. “Textile Berührungen.” Landshut Zeitung. 11 May 2016. Pg. 36

2015

   
 

Article: Jakob Schiller. “Photos with Embroidered Pixels Trace the History of the Berlin Wall.” Wired Magazine. 4 February 2015. Web.

 

Article: Hall, Jo, ed. “Caught on Camera: The Photograph as Handmade Object.” Embroidery Magazine: The Textile Art Magazine. [United Kingdom]  January/February 2015

 

Publication: “Point de Memoire.” Courier International [France] February 26- March 4, 2015

 

Book: Smorgon, Luca, ed. Cactus. Milan: Cactus Digitale. 2015 Pgs. 74, 75, 92, 153

 

Article: “Six Photographers Present Unique Series.” Photo District News. 19 January 2015

 

Article: Voss, Christine, “Embroidered Pictures by Diane Meyer,” Lomography Magazine October 17, 2015

 

Book: Rebecca Jobson and Ramona Barry. The Craft Companion. Melbourne, Australia: Thames and Hudson, Australia

 

Review: Fabien Jans. “Elegamment decal.” Sud-Ouest, France. 15 May 2015.

 

Kory Kingsley. “Diane Meyer.” Ain’t Bad Magazine. 24 January 2015. Web

 

Caroline Kurze. “Berlin by Diane Meyer.” ignant 22 January 2015. Web

2014

   
 

Book: Carolina Amell. Needle Work: Stitched Illustration/Ilustracion con Hilo. Barcelona: Instituto Monsa de Ediciones. 2014

 

Review: Inge Schjodt. “International Kunst Spejler sig I Bronden.” Kunstavisen. V.7 August 2014. Page 25. Print. (In Danish).

 

Jessica Dawson. “The Embroidered Image is Sew Revealing.” The Village Voice. 11 June 2014

 

Jean Dykstra. “Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography/The Embroidered Image.” Photograph Magazine. 3 June 2014

 

“Diane Meyer.” Harper’s Magazine. September 2014. pg. 22

 

Eugene Reznik. “20 Inventive Photographers to Follow from The 2014 Source-Cord Prize.” American Photo Magazine. 20 November 2014

2013

   
 

Meijer, Anke. “Borduren met de Muur.” NRC The Netherlands. October 15, 2013 (In Dutch)

 

Jens Friis, ed. “Time Spent That Might be Otherwise Forgotten.” Katalog: Journal of Photography and Video. Copenhagen, Denmark. Spring 2013. Pg. 56-59

 

“H+G Insider.” Conde Nast Home and Garden South Africa. April 2013. Page 152.

 

Alban Smajli, ed. “Diane Meyer: Pixel.” Le Mile Magazine; Weimar, Germany. Issue 6. Pg. 22-38. April 9, 2013. Print

 

Pelle Cass. “Photographer Uses Embroidery to ‘Pixelate’ Family Snapshots.” Feature Shoot. 22 October 2013

 

Claire O’Neill. “Photography Cross-Stitch and Rebuilding the Berlin Wall.” NPR: The Picture Show. 19 June 2013

 

Review: Mary Thomas. “Art Notes: Unusual Approach Sews Up Fellowship for Photographer.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 27 February 2013

 

Review: Colleen O’Reilly. “Two Solo Exhibitions of Thoughtful, Complex Images at Silver Eye.” Pittsburgh City Paper. 6 March 2013

 

Exhibition Catalogue: Paula Tognarelli. Diane Meyer: Time Spent That Might Be Otherwise Forgotten. Exhibition Catalogue. Winchester: Griffin Museum of Photography

 

Article: “Diane Meyer Embroiders Reality in Search of Truth.”Phaidon. 30 January 2013

     

2012

 

 

 

Review: Alissa Walker. “Can a Penny Pressing Time Machine Save LA Architecture?” LA Weekly. 4 June 2012

     

2011

 

 

 

Article: “Los Angeles Without a Car.” Orion Magazine. Feature Article. May/June 2011

     

2009

 

 

 

Review: Sharon Mizota. “Auto-Immune.” The Los Angeles Times. 25 October 2009

 

Review: Ipsita Basu Dasgupta. “Tired of Parking Tickets? Try Being Car-less for Your Ride in LA.” LA Weekly Modern Fix Style Council. 15 October 2009

 

Review: Michael Shaw. “Diane Meyer’s Without a Car in the World.” Artscene. December 2010

     

2007

 

 

 

Book: Robert Hirsch. Light and Lens. Oxford: Focal Press