Diego Briceno

New York, NY



Smoke stacks, buildings, figures and volumes, conclusive scenes that function like words.

My images want to speak about us placed in the agony of space, nature in artificial arrangements, architecture in its poetic hopelessness.

Our bodies give us answers, they instinctively embrace interaction. Communities can create spaces for us to connect, organize and find encouragement together.

Printing has a consistency, collectiveness and accuracy. These admirable qualities make me approach this medium with humility as a way of building and sharing thoughts.

I was born in Santiago de Chile in 1989. After completing Visual Arts High School I moved to Buenos Aires Argentina, to study dance for five years where I received my Bachelors in Contemporary Dance. I came to the US in 2014 and have been posing for drawing, painting and sculpture, working with choreographers, dancers and visual artists in Seattle and New York City.

Scratching Room, 6″ x 9″ Etching, Aquatint and Pochoir
The League, 21″ x 26″ Etching, Aquatint and Pochoir
Humos, 18″ x 13 1/2″ Lithograph