The National Museum of Fine Arts of Argentina presents the exhibition of Diane Dauk "Subordinate landscapes "which combines 20 works of Argentine artist, created in the 1970s. For a master, painting is a place of battle, reflection or resistance.
Artists such as Diana Dauk, have enhanced the value of painting, taking an ethical stance on history and challenging time. The works she created at the time are the best example of the links between the visual arts and the testimony. This is a way to interpret the historical narrative in visual terms, a kind of historical document. In these testimonial images, the author captures his own approach to realism.
Diana Dauk was born in 1942 in Buenos Aires. She studied at the National School of Fine Arts. Received many awards. He is a member of Solidarity Plastic Artists and one of the founders of the Association of Artists of Argentina.