DIANA MARKOSIAN (born in Moscow, 1989) is a Russian-American photographer of Armenian

descent. Her work explores memory and place through a layered, interdisciplinary process that

uses video, photography, drawings and historical ephemera. Her photographs have been

published in National Geographic, the New Yorker, and the New York Times. Her awards

include a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship (2019), World Press Photo Award

(2019), Magnum Foundation Fund Grant (2019), Elliott Erwitt Foundation (2018), Chris

Hondros Fund Award (2015), Firecracker Grant (2014), and Burn Magazine Emerging

Photographer Fund (2013). She holds a Master of Science from Columbia University in New

York. Her first monograph, ‘Santa Barbara’ will be published by Aperture in 2020 and is

accompanied by a show premiering at Les Recontres d’Arles in (2020) before moving to San

Francisco MOMA (2020) and International Center of Photography, NYC (2021).