Daniel Martin Diaz
DANIEL MARTIN DIAZ
2006 Solo Exhibition, Billy Shire Fine Arts, Culver City, CA
Group Exhibition, Copro Nason Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2005 Death Unto Life,
2004 Visions of Divine
La Luz De Jesus,
2002 La Luz De Jesus,
2004 Works from the Permanent Collection,
Ghost Town, Tin Man Alley,
Things with Wings, M Modern Gallery, Palm Springs, CA
Devotional Art, Self-Help Graphics Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2003 Two Person show with Chris Mars, Tin Man Alley, Philadelphia, PA
New Prints 2004/Winter, International Print Center, New York, NY
Roq La Rue, Seattle, WA
Etherton Gallery, Tucson, AZ
Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA
Homage to Father Kino, International, Italy, Mexico, and the USA
Visionary and Fantastic Art, Orange Regional Gallery, Australia
2002 Milagros, CPOP, Detroit, MI
Castle Kuenburg, Payerbach, Austria
La Luz De Jesus, Hollywood, CA
2001 Arizona Biennial, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ
Two person show with Joel Peter Witkin, Etherton Gallery, Tucson, AZ
La Luz De Jesus, Hollywood, CA
2000 Spiritual 2000, Period Gallery, Omaha, NE
Art Beyond Borders Exhibition, Galerie Riefel, Wien, Austria
Shamanic Exhibition, Rosemary Court Gallery, Sarasota, FL
Museum and Acadamy of the Visionary Arts, Payerbach, Austria
International Exhibition, Grillparzerhof Linz, Austria
1999 Visions V, Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Covington, KY
Spiritual 99, National Juried Exhibition, Period Gallery, Omaha, NE
Art as a Sanctuary, Grace St Paul’s Episcopal Church, Tucson, AZ
Tongues of Fire 30th Anniversary, Biblical Arts Museum, Dallas, TX
2004 The Virgin of Juarez, feature film directed by Kevin James Dobson, Self-Help Graphics, Los Angeles, CA
2003 PBS Documentary on Alzheimer’s Disease, “The Forgetting”
Warner Bros/Atlantic Records, Album art for Multi-Platinum band P.O.D.
Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University
New Zealand Feature Film, “Orphans and Angeles”
2002 San Antonio De Padua, Catholic Church, Guaymas, Mexico
SELECTED PRESS AND PUBLICATIONS
PBS, Warner Bros/Atlantic Records, Rolling Stone Magazine, Spin Magazine, MTV-2, Juxtapoz Magazine, Low Rider Magazine, Graphic Design USA, Shade Magazine, 3x3 Magazine, HM The Hard Music Magazine, "Orphans and Angels," New Zealand Feature Film, Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art Book Vol. I and II, Cincinnati City Beat, Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies - UofA, Weekly Planet - Florida, New American Paintings, Equilibrium Magazine - Hungry, Alter Ego, Christianity and the Arts, New American Paintings, Wave Magazine, Feature Film "The Virgin of Juarez".
PERMANENT COLLECTIONS AND ARCHIVES
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Laguna Art Museum / Orange County Art Museum, Tucson Museum of Art, Shemer Art Center and Museum, New Mexico State University, San Antonio de Padua Catholic Church - Sonora, Mexico, US Santa Barbara Library-Caridad Archive of Chicano Printmaking in California, Huntington Museum, University of Texas at Austin, Galeria Sin Fronteras / Austin, Texas, The Gerald Buck Collections Self-Help Graphic's Traveling Exhibition Print Program, Mexican Fine Art Center Museum, Permanent Collection, Chicago, and the Instituto Cultural de Baja California.
TRIGINTA UNO DIES, Thirty-One Drawings in Thirty-One Days, Published by La Luz de Jesus Press, Distributed by Last Gasp.
Book Design - TRIGINTA UNO DIES, AMERICAN GRAPHIC DESIGN AWARDS, Graphic Design USA, Best of 2003 Illustration Annual Winners, Sponsored by 3x3 Magazine.
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Anima Christi (Christ Soul)
Bound By the Earth