Diana Ewer is an advisor, curator and publisher with 15 years experience working in the commercial art world focused on modern and contemporary editions and works on paper. After graduating from Manchester University with a B.A. in Art History, she worked at fine art brokers Gurr Johns, and later at the Mayor Gallery in London. In 2004, she gained her Masters from the Courtauld Institute of Art.
Diana went on to set up the contemporary dealer and publisher, TAG Fine Arts with co-founder Hobby Limon where she remains a Director. She has represented a number of contemporary artists with a focus on cartography and cut paper, working on commissions and publishing projects in both London and New York.
Recent critically acclaimed curatorial work includes: “A Cut Above: 12 Paper Masters” at the Christopher Henry Gallery and “Katsutoshi Yuasa: Miraculous” at the ISE Cultural Foundation. Alongside curating, Diana provides independent advisory and appraisal services as an USPAP certified appraiser. She also writes and lectures on contemporary printmaking from a commercial perspective.
Profession : Editions
Business Name : TAG Fine Arts
Website : www.tagfinearts.com | www.dianaewer.com