Diana Tamane

3/22
  • Typology of Touch is series of 4 black and white photographs, where I captured the skin of my family (myself, mother, grand-mother and great grand-mother). In this exhibition I presented the skin of my mother.

    Typology of Touch
    装置视图
    354×437cm
    戴安娜·塔玛尼
    2015
  • Typology of Touch is series of 4 black and white photographs, where I captured the skin of my family (myself, mother, grand-mother and great grand-mother). In this exhibition I presented the skin of my mother.

    Typology of Touch
    Installation view
    354×437cm
    Diana Tamane
    2015
  • Typology of Touch is series of 4 black and white photographs, where I captured the skin of my family (myself, mother, grand-mother and great grand-mother). In this exhibition I presented the skin of my mother.

    Typology of Touch
    Installation view
    354×437cm
    Diana Tamane
    2015
  • Typology of Touch is series of 4 black and white photographs, where I captured the skin of my family (myself, mother, grand-mother and great grand-mother). In this exhibition I presented the skin of my mother.

    Typology of Touch
    Installation view
    354×437cm
    Diana Tamane
    2015
  • Leafing through my family albums I collected and highlighted moments of touch between me and someone else from the family. 

    From my Family Album II
    Inkjet print, framed
    20x20 cm each
    Diana Tamane
    2013
  • Leafing through my family albums I collected and highlighted moments of touch between me and someone else from the family. 

    From my Family Album II
    Inkjet print, framed
    20x20 cm each
    Diana Tamane
    2013
  • Leafing through my family albums I collected and highlighted moments of touch between me and someone else from the family. 

    From my Family Album II
    Inkjet print, framed
    20x20 cm each
    Diana Tamane
    2013
  • Leafing through my family albums I collected and highlighted moments of touch between me and someone else from the family. 

    From my Family Album II
    Inkjet print, framed
    20x20 cm each
    Diana Tamane
    2013
  • In the project "From my Family Album I" I recreated memories of my childhood, the feeling of distance and detachment. I returned to Riga to the places, where I grew up and I took a portrait of my family members as a fairy tale or cartoon characters. It is an attempt to create an image of subtle and uncanny things that stay beyond the language, that are left unsaid.

    Diana Tamane
    Inkjet print
    116×100 cm
    Diana Tamane
    2011
  • In the project "From my Family Album I" I recreated memories of my childhood, the feeling of distance and detachment. I returned to Riga to the places, where I grew up and I took a portrait of my family members as a fairy tale or cartoon characters. It is an attempt to create an image of subtle and uncanny things that stay beyond the language, that are left unsaid.

    Cousin
    Inkjet print
    116×100 cm
    Diana Tamane
    2011
  • In the project "From my Family Album I" I recreated memories of my childhood, the feeling of distance and detachment. I returned to Riga to the places, where I grew up and I took a portrait of my family members as a fairy tale or cartoon characters. It is an attempt to create an image of subtle and uncanny things that stay beyond the language, that are left unsaid.

    Mom
    Inkjet print
    116×100 cm
    Diana Tamane
    2011
  • In the project "From my Family Album I" I recreated memories of my childhood, the feeling of distance and detachment. I returned to Riga to the places, where I grew up and I took a portrait of my family members as a fairy tale or cartoon characters. It is an attempt to create an image of subtle and uncanny things that stay beyond the language, that are left unsaid.

    Dad
    Inkjet print
    116×100 cm
    Diana Tamane
    2011
  • In the project "From my Family Album I" I recreated memories of my childhood, the feeling of distance and detachment. I returned to Riga to the places, where I grew up and I took a portrait of my family members as a fairy tale or cartoon characters. It is an attempt to create an image of subtle and uncanny things that stay beyond the language, that are left unsaid.

    Stepfather
    Inkjet print
    116×100 cm
    Diana Tamane
    2011
  • In the project "From my Family Album I" I recreated memories of my childhood, the feeling of distance and detachment. I returned to Riga to the places, where I grew up and I took a portrait of my family members as a fairy tale or cartoon characters. It is an attempt to create an image of subtle and uncanny things that stay beyond the language, that are left unsaid.

    Great Grand-mother
    Inkjet print
    116×100 cm
    Diana Tamane
    2011
  • In the project "From my Family Album I" I recreated memories of my childhood, the feeling of distance and detachment. I returned to Riga to the places, where I grew up and I took a portrait of my family members as a fairy tale or cartoon characters. It is an attempt to create an image of subtle and uncanny things that stay beyond the language, that are left unsaid.

    Halfsister
    Inkjet print
    116×100 cm
    Diana Tamane
    2011