The river of woe

Diana Nicholette Jeon
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Diana Nicholette Jeon
Dates: -
Location: Bondi Beach Promenade Queen Elizabeth Drive Bondi Beach NSW 2026 Australia
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Entry Fee: Free
Genres: Fine-Art

When Diana Nicholette Jeon’s husband unexpectedly left their marriage, her life became a rollercoaster for which she never got in line. Incessant feelings of despondency intertwined with certitude and faith as she navigated an anomalous season of 860 days. These forlorn, ambiguous photographs subtly reflect upon her journey and speak to anyone who has experienced loss, despair, and longing.

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Diana Nicholette Jeon is a contemporary artist living and working in Honolulu. She is most known for addressing personal narratives and the modern American female identity.

Jeon’s internationally exhibited, award-winning work has been featured at the Alberta Exposure Festival 2022, Head On Photo Festival 2020 and Vancouver Capture Festival 2016. She has been featured in The Huffington Post, Saatchi Art and many other publications. Her art has received four Hawaii SFCA Purchase Awards and the Julia Margaret Cameron Award.

Additionally, she has received finalist or category awards from the Lens Culture BW Awards, the Pollux Award, the International Photo Award, and the Mobile Photo Award. Her work is held in corporate, public and private collections globally.

Dates: -
Location: Bondi Beach Promenade Queen Elizabeth Drive Bondi Beach NSW 2026 Australia
Hours:
Entry Fee: Free
Genres: Fine-Art

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