Portrait © Daniel NICOLAESKY

Diane Chéry (b.1993, France), is a visual artist, painter and choreographer.

She graduated from the Estienne school in Strasbourg, majoring in Decorative Arts. Then she graduated with Félicitations from Beaux-Arts Paris in 2020. She trained in the painting workshops of Jean Michel Albérola, Stéphane Calais and in the performance dance workshop by Emmanuelle Huynh.

Diane Chéry has participated in numerous exhibitions and performative projects. Since 2015, her work has been exposed in galleries, museums, exhibitions and performance halls. (Philharmonie de Paris, Hangar Y, Le19M, Grand Palais Ephémère, Salon Art Paris, Eugène Delacroix Museum, Sabine Bayasli Gallery, Young Creation Gallery, When the Flowers Save Us Gallery, National Dance Center, Wallonia-Brussels Center Paris , Crous Cultural Center in Paris, Champigny sur Marne Biennale, the Floral Exhibition Park.)

She has worked for artists: Boris Charmatz, Angelica Mesiti, Esther Ferrer, Lenio Kakléa, Henrik Vibskov, Ingri Fiksdal, Jennifer Lacey, Katrin Schnabl, Sky Cubacub, and Emmanuelle Huynh.

Her works are mostly painting, performance and textile arts which accomplishes individually.

An exchange at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago allowed her to develop the practice of weaving and the creation of costumes. She trained in Emmanuelle Huynh’s dance-performance workshop at the Beaux-Arts Paris, and with numerous dancers from the American scene from Alwin Nikolais’ company during a residency in Maine in the summer of 2019.