Diana Kurz was born in Vienna, Austria, and now lives and works in New York City.
For a bio that appeared in the Veteran Feminists of America web-zine, click here.

For a studio tour in the blog, The Walkup, click here 


Landscapes - A Retrospective, Art Gallery, Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library, Woodmere, NY
Wien-New York-Wien, Palais Porcia, Vienna, Austria
Portraits of Remembrance, Kingsborough Community College (CUNY), Brooklyn, NY
Loss, Memory, Remembrance, Flecker Memorial Gallery, Suffolk Community College, Selden, NY
Places and Faces, Show Walls, NYC, NY
Portraits of Remembrance, Boardroom Gallery, St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue, NY
Paintings and Works on Paper, Holocaust Museum and Study Center, Spring Valley, NY
Portraits and Narratives, VisualArts Gallery, Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN
Portraits of Remembrance, Walsh Library Gallery, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ
Diana Kurz: Paintings, Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, Trenton, NJ
Diana Kurz: Loss, Memory, Remembrance, Harlan Gallery, Seton Hill College, Greensburg, PA
An Artist's Approach to the Memory of the Holocaust, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, MN
Diana Kurz, Bezirksmuseum Josefstadt, Vienna, Austria
Loss, Memory, Identity, Santa Fe Gallery, Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, FL
Paintings on the Theme of the Holocaust, Synagogue for the Arts, New York City
Diana Kurz, Kavehaz, NYC
Diana Kurz, The Austrian Consulate General, New York
Flower Paintings, Thomas Center Gallery, Gainesville, Florida
Figures: Selections by Four Artists, Art Gallery, Mercer County Community College, Trenton, NJ
Flower Paintings, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Steinhardt Conservatory, Brooklyn, NY
New Work From New York, Bienville Gallery, New Orleans, LA
Recent Paintings by Diana Kurz, Alex Rosenberg Gallery, New York City, NY
Diana Kurz: Peintures-1985-86, Palais de Justice, Aix-en-Provence, France
Figures and Still Life, Alex Rosenberg Gallery, NYC
Diana Kurz/Sylvia Sleigh, Rider College Art Gallery, Lawrenceville, NJ (two-artist show)
Paintings 1980-1982, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY
Diana Kurz, Green Mountain Gallery, NYC
Boulder Landscapes, Bridge Gallery, Boulder Public Library, Boulder, CO
Diana Kurz, Green Mountain Gallery, NYC
Figure Studies, Paul Klapper Art Gallery, Queens College, NYC
Drawings and Watercolors, College of Staten Island Art Gallery, Staten Island, NY
Landscapes, Institute of International Education, NYC
Diana Kurz, Green Mountain Gallery, NYC
Diana Kurz: Landscapes, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY
Diana Kurz, Green Mountain Gallery, NYC


Resistance!, City Lore Gallery, NYC
Rise, Seton Hall University,
South Orange, NJ
Me, My Selfie, and I,
Hudson Guild Gallery, NYC
Life on the Canal Then By Artists Now,
Erie Canal Museum, Syracuse, NY; Schenectady Historical Society, NY
Works in Progress, Lawrence Fine Art, East Hampton, NY
The Sister Chapel,
Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ
Feet, Hooves, Paws, and Claws, Art at First, NYC
Birds of the Air and Fishes of the Sea, Art at First Gallery, First Presbyterian Church, NYC
The Transverse, Port Authority Bus Terminal, NYC
Held Against Our Will, Maloney Art Gallery, College of St Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ
Dog, Dog, Cat, Art at First Gallery, First Presbyterian Church, NYC
The Countryside in Art and Southern Literature, Anita Shapolsky Gallery, Jim Thorpe, PA
9/11, Response and Healing, Freyberger Gallery, Penn State Berks, Reading, PA
 ArtCart:Saving the Legacy, Macy Art Gallery,Teachers College, Columbia University, NYC
Groundbreaking, The Women of the Sylvia Sleigh Collection, Rowan University Art Gallery, Glasboro, NJ
From the Page's Edge, Water in Literature and Art, Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehm, PA;
 Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, Vergennes, VT; Albany Institute of
History and Art, NY,  William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ
The Dura Europas Project, Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, Philadelphia, PA
Evolution of a Gallery, Blue Mountain Gallery, NYC
Seduced by the Sacred, Charter Oaks Cultural Center, Hartford, CT
Self Image, Contemporary Self Portraits,
Art Guild of New Jersey, Rahway, NJ
Different at Every Turn, Contemporary Painters of the Hudson River, Hutchins Gallery,
    CW Post Campus, LIU; Kingsborough Community College, NY; Albany Institute of
    History and Art, NY;  SUNY Potsdam, NY; West Point Gallery, NY
Tzelem: Presence and Likeness in Jewish Art, Stanton Street Synagogue, NYC
Timeless: The Art of Drawing, Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ
The Faces of Eve, The Bible Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel
An Eclectic Eye, Selections from the Dan Leach Collection, Tucson Museum of Art, AZ
Spin, CVB Space, NYC
Vision Festival X Satellite Show, Gallery Space, Synagogue for the Arts, NYC
Fifteenth Anniversary Exhibition, Broome Street Gallery, New York City
Broome Street Gallery.Holiday Invitational, New York City
Portrait/Self-Portrait, Gallery at Mercer County Community College, W.Windsor, NJ
Tenth Year Anniversary Show, Synagogue for the Arts, New York City
The Luggage Project, Denver International Airport, Denver, CO
Selections from the Permanent Collection, Hudgens Center for the Arts, Duluth, GA.
Small Works Invitational, Soho 20 Gallery, New York City
Salute to Feminists in the Arts, Veteran Feminists of America, Nat'l Arts Club, NYC
Broome Street Gallery. Invitational, New York City
Art Invitational 2003-Ceremony in the Desert, Sylvia Plotkin Judaica Museum, Scottsdale, AZ
The Minoan True Collection, The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland
Postcard Show, A.I.R. Gallery, New York City
Reactions, Exit Art Gallery, New York City
Small Works, Paintings 2001, Blue Mountain Gallery, New York City
Earthline/Landscape, The Gallery of South Orange, South Orange, NJ
Monoprints, An Evolutionary Exhibition, Malca Fine Art, New York City
Paintings 2000, Blue Mountain Gallery, New York City
The Passion/Passions of Art, Richard Anderson Gallery, New York City
Finger Food, Artworks Gallery, Trenton, New Jersey
The Gesture and the Brush, Broome Street Gallery, New York City
Tamara Kerr Art Bank, Ex Libris, Savannah, GA
Animal Lives, MMC Gallery, New York City
Parallel Visions, Soho 20 Gallery, New York City
World Artists for Tibet, Synchronicity Space, NYC, and Blue Mountain Gallery, NYC
Fifth Annual Small Works Invitational, Blue Mountain Gallery, New York City
Book as Art, 10th Anniversary Exhibition, The National Museum of Women in the
    Arts, Washington, DC
The Dog Show, Mad Dogs and Englishmen, New York
Hope and Horror from the Ashes of Yugoslavia, Bosniac Cultural Center, NYC
Flowers, Park Avenue Atrium, New York City
Women/Violence,Testimony &Empathy, Women’s Studio Workshop,Rosendale NY
Fish Tales and Fin Flam, The Clymer Museum, Ellensburg, WA.
Vegetarian Art Show, Sunnen Gallery, New York City
We Remember, Educational Alliance, Emanu-El Midtown Y, New York City
Selected Visions II, Krasdale Foods Art Gallery, New York City
Reflections of Our Jewish Identity, University of Texas at San Antonio, TX
Art in Embassies, American Ambassador's Residence, Jakarta, Indonesia
Sea Christmas, Aquasource Gallery, New York City
The Flower Show, Trenton City Museum, Trenton, NJ
Winter Festival, Brownstone Gallery, New York City
Hallelujah '93, Ceres Gallery, New York City
A Moment Becomes Eternity - Flowers as Image, Bergen Museum of Art and Science, Paramus, NJ
Sacred Spaces, Thomas Center Gallery, Gainesville, FL
Women's Art-Women's Lives-Women's Issues, Tweed Gallery, New York
Something Lost, Something Gained, Louis Abrons Art Center, Henry Street Settlement, NYC
Gallery Obala Sarajevo Project, The Open Stage Obala, Sarajevo
Figures, Seraphim Gallery, Englewood, NJ
Soviet Exchange Exhibit, Artists Union Gallery, Moscow, U.S.S.R.
South Jersey Art Show, Commerce Atrium, Cherry Hill, NJ
With Women In Mind, Pavilion Gallery, Mt. Holly, NJ
Food: Nourishment, Production, Hunger and Culture, Ceres Gallery, NYC
Group Exhibition, MBH Gallery, Trenton, NJ
The Food Show, Grand Central Art Galleries, New York City
89 for 89, G.W. Einstein Gallery, New York City
The Drawing Show, Koslow/Rayl Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Women And Watercolor, Transco Gallery, Houston, TX
Four Women, Alex Rosenberg Gallery, New York City
Paper, Paper, Paper, Helio Galleries, New York City
Green Mountain Retrospective, Blue Mountain Gallery, New York City
Another View, Alex Rosenberg Gallery, New York City
The Transforming Landscape, Henry Street Settlement Gallery, New York City
Melange, Baltimore Museum of Art (sales & rental gallery), Baltimore, MD
Survival of the Fittest - Figurative Works on Paper, Ingber Gallery, NYC
Review and Previews, Alex Rosenberg Gallery, New York City
Artists' Choice Museum: The First Eight Years, Artists' Choice Museum, NYC
People and Pets, Louisville Art Gallery, Louisville, KY
Color: Harmonious and Discordant, Marymount-Manhattan College, NYC
Bodies and Souls - Artists' Choice Museum, A.M. Sachs Gallery, NYC
Still Life: A Thematic Survey, Zim-Lerner Gallery, New York City
Holiday Invitational Exhibit, A.I.R. Gallery, New York City
Three Artists, Alex Rosenberg Gallery, New York City
Realist Paintings, Marymount-Manhattan College, New York City
20th Century American Nudes, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, NC
Group Exhibition, Summit Art Center, Summit, NJ
Heresies Benefit, Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York City
Exhibition, Beck Cultural Center, Cleveland Institute of Art, Lakewood, OH
Particular People, Alex Rosenberg Gallery, New York City
Sister Chapel, Associated Artists Gallery, Fayetville, NY
He and She, Art Awareness Gallery, Lexington, NY
Renderings of the Modern Woman, Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, CT
New Faculty, Cleveland Institute of Art Gallery, Cleveland, OH
Never Fail Image, Boston Museum School Gallery, Boston, MA
Six Painters of the Figure, University of Colorado Fine Arts Gallery, Boulder, CO
Mail, Etc., Art, University of Colorado, Boulder Colorado and Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Sister Chapel, Cayuga County Community College, Auburn, NY
118 Show, Landmark Gallery, New York City
Sister Chapel, P.S. 1, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Long Island City, NY
Selected 20th Century American Nudes, Harold Reed Gallery, New York City
Women Artists of New York, Art Gallery at SUNY Stony Brook, Long Island, NY
Seven Realists, Nassau Community College, Long Island, NY
Six Viewpoints: WalpackValley, Water Gap Art Center, Walpack, NJ
Sister Chapel, Art Gallery, SUNY at Stony Brook, Long Island, NY
Drawings, Elizabeth Weiner Gallery, New York City
Watercolors and Pastels Invitational, Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington,IN
Watercolors, Pastels, Drawings, Landmark Gallery, New York City
Solidarity with Chilean Democracy Benefit, Cayman Gallery, New York City
New Painting From the Delaware Water Gap, Edward Hopper Foundation, Nyack, NY
Artists' Choice - Figurative Art in New York, 5 Soho Galleries, New York City
118 Show, Landmark Gallery, New York City
Drawing Show (Invitational for the New York Studio School), Grace Borgenicht Gallery, NYC
Group Exhibition, Green Mountain Gallery, New York City
Portraits of Sari Dienes, Buecker and Harpsichords Gallery, New York City
In Praise of Space - The Landscape in American Art, Westminster College, PA;
    McLeaf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; Parsons School of Design, New York City
International Women's Year Exhibition, Manhattan Community College, NYC
Self-Portraits, Prince Street Gallery, New York City
Works on Paper - Women Artists, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
Sons and Others - Women Artists See Men, Queens Museum, NY and two-year traveling show
    throughout New York State
Works on Paper, Fairleigh Dickinsen University, Hackensack, NJ
Faculty Exhibition, Queens College, Queens, NY
Group Exhibition, Green Mountain Gallery, New York City
International Year of the Woman Exhibition, Women in the Arts, NYC
Paintings of and by . . ., (four artist show), Metcalfe Gallery, Long Island University, NY
Selected Alumni, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
Seven Women Artists, Washington Art Association, Washington Depot, CT
118 Show, Landmark Gallery, New York City
Drawings, Landmark Gallery, New York City
Group Exhibition, Green Mountain Gallery, New York City
Faculty Exhibition, Queens College, Queens, NY
118 Show, Landmark Gallery, New York City
Green Mountain Gallery, New York City
Bowery Gallery, New York City
First Feminist Art Show, The Museum, New York City
Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Cite Des Arts, Paris, France
100 Contemporary American Drawings, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Eight Unaffiliated Artists, Montclair State College, Montclair, NJ


Hambidge Center Fellowship
Wildacres Retreat Residency
Atlantic Center for the Arts Residency
VCCA-Austrian Federal Ministry of the Arts Artist-in-Residence, Vienna
Virginia Center for Creative Arts Fellowship
Hambidge Center Fellowship
Artists Space, Artist Grant
Vermont Studio Center Fellowship
American Center Residency, Cite International des Arts, Paris, France
N.Y. Artists Equity Mitchell Prize, Honorary Mention
Artists Space, Artist Grant
CAPS Grant, New York State Council on the Arts
MacDowell Colony Fellowship
Artist-in-Residence, Millay Colony for the Arts
Yaddo Fellowship
U.S. Government Fulbright Grant to France


Brandeis University, BA (cum laude), Columbia University, MFA


Frank, Priscilla, "God Is A Woman In Previously Forgotten Feminist Exhibit ‘The Sister Chapel’," THE HUFFINGTON POST, (illus)
Veteran Feminists of America, Inc., OUR FABULOUS FEMINISTS, February 29, 2016, pg. 384-92
Feurstein-Prasser, Michaela, "Diana Kurz, Leben und Werk," Wien-New York-Wien, catalog essays, Bundeskanzleramt, Austria
Hottle, Andrew, The Art of the Sister Chapel, Ashgate Press, VT & England (illustrated)
Gregory, Mary, "Held Against Their Will", ARTslant, www.artslant.com/ew/articles/show/37279 (illus)
Creighton, Virginia, "The Countryside in Art and Southern Literature", catalog, Anita
   Shapolsky Foundation, http://asartfoundation.org/images/Countryside in Art and Southern Lit PR-Aug18-Oct15_2012-BINDER.pdf
McBee, Richard, Portraits of Remembrance, Paintings by Diana Kurz,
   The Magazine, The  Jewish Press, NYC, August 24, 2012
Malone, Peter, Portraits of Remembrance, catalog essay, Kingsborough Comm. College, CUNY, Brooklyn, NY  (illus)
9.11…NYC…The Days After…, Art for Healing, NYC, NY
Jeffri, Joan, catalog, ArtCart, Saving the Legacy, Teacher's College, Columbia Univ, NYC (illust & statement)
The Queens College Journal of Jewish Studies, Spring 2011 (illust)
Beck, Evelyn Torton, Diana Kurz's Holocaust Paintings, FEMINIST STUDIES,
   Spring 2009Vol 35,No1,  (illustrated and front & back covers)
Silverstein, Joel, Tzelem: Presence and Likeness in Jewish Art, THE JEWISH PRESS, NYC,
    May 6,2009 (illustrated)
Aptaker, Ann, catalog, Timeless: The Art of Drawing, Morris Museum, NJ (illustrated and statement)
Soltes, Ori Z.,  The Ashen Rainbow, Eshel Books, MD (illustrated, and front cover)
Love, Barbara J. ed Feminists Who Changed America,1963-1975, Univ.of Illinois Press
McBee, Richard, A Jewish Art Primer, THE JEWISH PRESS, NYC, June 14,2006 (illustrated)
Eaton, J. Sanders, Some Notable Recent Exhibitions, GALLERY & STUDIO, NYC,
    Vol.7, No.3, Feb-Mar 2005 (illustrated)
Dube, Ilene, Face to Face, TIME OFF, Princeton, NJ, Dec. 3, 2004 (illustration)
Tanner,David, Inventing Language, WHATZUP, Columbia City, IN, Feb 6,2003
Penhollow, Steve, Before the Holocaust, THE JOURNAL GAZETTE, Fort Wayne,IN,
    Section E, page 1, January 12,2003 (illustrated)
Carlton, William, Artist Shines Light, TICKET -THE NEWS-SENTINEL, Fort Wayne, IN,
    January 9, 2003 (illustrated)
Vance, Dan, VPA:A Response to the Holocaust, THE COMMUNICATOR, Indiana
    University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne,IN, Vol.37, issue 15,Jan.15, 2003
Lawson, Scott, Exhibit Presents, THE COMMUNICATOR, Indiana
    University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne,IN, Vol.37, issue 16,Jan.22, 2003
 IPFW INSIGHTS, Indiana University-Purdue University,Fort Wayne, IN, Jan. 2003
Raven,Arlene, Searing Sun, catalog essay, Portraits of Remembrance, Seton Hall Univ.,
    South Orange NJ (illustrated)

Montoya, Ana, Library Hosts Response to Holocaust, THE SETONIAN,
    South Orange Vol 79,No 12, Nov. 14 2002 (illustrated),
McCormack, Shaun, Kurz Offers Artistic Vision, NEWS RECORD OF MAPLEWOOD &
    SOUTH ORANGE, NJ, Nov. 14, 2002, NEW JERSEY JEWISH NEWS, Exhibit,
    Metro-West, NJ, Nov.7,2002 (illustrated)
Purcell, Janet, Paintings Memorialize, TIMES OF TRENTON,NJ, July19, 02 (illus)
Musleah, Rahel, Black and White in Color. HADASSAH MAGAZINE,
    Aug/Sept 2001, Vol.83 No. 1, NY (illustrated)
Zingaro, Maria, Rich Terrain of Landscape Art, NUTLEY JOURNAL,Bloomfield,NJ,May17,2001
Leipzig, Mel, Catalog essay, Earthline/Landscape, Gallery of SouthOrange,NJ (illus)
Levin, Kim, Catalog essay, Loss, Memory, Remembrance, Harlan Gallery, Seton
    Hill College, Greensburg, PA (illus)
Pinkerton, Daniel, ASN Interview: Diana Kurz Drawing on the Holocaust,
    AUSTRIAN STUDIES NEWSLETTER, Spring 2000,Vol. 12, No 2, Center for
    Austrian Studies, Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis (illus)
    AMIT MAGAZINE, Spring 2000,Vol.LXXII No.2,NY, Painting the Holocaust (illus)
Kessler, Harriet, Editor's Note and Contributors, ATTITUDES, Spring 2000,
     Jewish Federation Publications, New Jersey (Cover Illustration)
Crane, Juliette, Artist Paints a Painful History, THE MINNESOTA DAILY, Minneapolis,MN, page 3 (illus)
Pinkerton, Daniel, Diana Kurz Exhibit, AUSTRIAN STUDIES NEWSLETTER,
    Vol. 12, No 1, Center for Austrian Studies, Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis (illus)
Feinstein, Stephen, catalog introduction, An Artist's Approach to the Memory of the Holocaust,
    Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis (illus)
Seeber, Ursula and Douer, Alisa, Die Zeit Gibt Die Bilder, Österreichische
    Exilbibliothek im Literaturhaus, Vienna, Austria (illus)
    BEZIRKSZEITUNG-STADT JOURNAL, Nummer 12/1998, page 4, Vienna, (illus)
Mayerhofer, Rainer, WIENER ZEITUNG, page 8, Oct. 2, 1998
    JOSEFSTÄDTER JOURNAL, October 1998, page 8
    Exhibition catalog Diana Kurz, Bezirksmuseum Josefstadt, Vienna, Austria (illus)
O'Connor, Mallory, catalog introduction, Picturing the Holocaust, Santa Fe
    Community College, Gainesville, FL
Helfer, Judith, Ein Denkmal setzen, AUFBAU, June 21, 1996 (illus)
Kahn, Robin, Ed., Time Capsule, A Concise Encyclopedia by Women Artists,
    Creative Time, Inc., D.A.P., NYC (illus)
Marberry, Sara O. and Zagon, Laurie, The Power of Color, John Wiley & Sons,Inc.,New York (illus)
Pomerantz, Sharon, Full Circle, THE NEW YORK JEWISH WEEK, NY, Vol.207, No.51, April 21, l995 (illus)
Pomerantz, Sharon, Full Circle, THE QUEENS JEWISH WEEK, Vol. 207 No.42, February 17, l995 (illus)
Broude, Norma and Garrard, Mary, Ed., The Power of Feminist Art, Harry N. Abrams, Inc.,New York
Edwards, Margot, Mother Massage, BIRTH #20, June 1993
Hurwitz, Laurie, S., The Vermont Studio Center, AMERICAN ARTIST, June 1992
    BOULEVARD, Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring 1992, Drexel University, Pennsylvania (illus)
Hurwitz, Laurie, S., Mixing Style and Patterns with Assurance, AMERICAN ARTIST, August 1991 (illus)
De Young, Bill, GAINESVILLE SUN, Scene Magazine, May 17, 1992 (illus)
GAINESVILLE TODAY, May 1991 Spring Flowers in Bloom (illus)
Orenstein, Gloria, The Reflowering of the Goddess, Pergamon Press, N.Y. (illus)
Hansen, Riva, Flower Paintings, WOMEN ARTISTS NEWS, Winter 89/90 (illus)
Brown, Kenneth, Capturing the Beauty of the Garden, KINGS COURIER Brooklyn, November 13, 1989 (illus)
Chrysanthemums and Flowers on Canvas, LA VOCE ITALIANA, Paterson, NJ, November 2, 1989 (illus)
Nature, Live and on Canvas, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, November 2, 1989 (illus)
Orenstein, Gloria, The Great Goddess in Art by Contemporary Women, Feminist Art
Criticism, An Anthology, Eds. Raven, Langer & Fruvh, UMI Press,Ann Arbor,MI 1988 (ill)
Ruhe, Barnaby, Botanic Flow, ART WORLD, December 1989
Studio, THE COUNTRY COURIER, Vermont, Friday, January 30, 1987
Women Portray Men, KALLIOPE, Florida Community College at Jacksonville, Vol. 9, No. 3, 1987 (illus)
Campbell, Lawrence, Diana Kurz at Alex Rosenberg, ART IN AMERICA, May 1984 (illus)
Langer, Sandra, Diana Kurz, ARTS MAGAZINE, February 1984 (illus)
Morris, Diana, Diana Kurz, Recent Paintings, WOMEN ARTIST NEWS, May 1984 (illus)
O'Beil, Hedy, Review, Diana Kurz, ARTS MAGAZINE, May 1984 (illus)
Abell, Mary, Atmosphere and the Plastic Elements, ARTSPEAK, NY, June 10, 1982
Korn, Henry, Diana Kurz Works Studies in Kinesics, THE STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE, NY,
    December 24, 1982 (illus)
WOMEN ARTIST NEWS, Vol. 8, No. 2, Winter 1982-83, Cover Illustration
McClelland, Elizabeth, Profile: Diana Kurz, NOVA NEWS, Cleveland, OH, February 1981 (illus)
Gordon, Linda, Visiting Artist Diana Kurz, JOURNAL, Virginia Commonwealth University,
    Richmond, VA, May 1980 (illus)
Show on the Figure Opens, THE WINDHAM JOURNAL, NY, July 24, 1980
Dodd, John & Schiff, Bennett, Walpack Center, New Jersey - An Art Town,
    Artists for Environment Foundation, NJ (illus)
Clark, Tom, Six Painters of the Figure, BOULDER MONTHLY, Colorado, April 1979 (illus)
Clurman, Irene, Arts Now, ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, Colorado, March 1979
Paintings by Diana Kurz, FRONTIERS, University of Colorado, Summer 1979 (illus)
Helfer, Judith, Neue Malerein von Diana Kurz, AUFBAU, NY, May 1979
Langer, Sandra L., The Sister Chapel: Towards a Feminist Iconography, THE SOUTHERN
    QUARTERLY, Vol XVII, No. 2, Winter 1979
Paris, Jeanne, Art Review, NEWSDAY, LI, June 1, 1979
Thomas, Helen, Review, Diana Kurz, ARTS MAGAZINE, September 1979
Weiffenbach, Jean-Edith, Six Painters of the Figure, Catalog Introduction,
    University of Colorado Art Gallery, 1979 (illus)
Alloway, Lawrence, Art, THE NATION, Vol. 226, No. 22, June 10, 1978
Bach, Jane, Diana Kurz, Malerin, AUFBAU, NY, January 6, 1978
Krantz, Leslie, ed., The New York Review of Art, Krantz, Co., NY, 1978
Paris, Jeanne, Art Review, NEWSDAY, LI, March 31, 1978
Paris, Jeanne, Art Review, NEWSDAY, LI, April 14, 1978
Perreault, John, Selected Twentieth Century American Nudes, Catalog Introduction,
    Harold Reed Gallery, New York City, (illus)
Preston, Malcolm, Art - A Pantheon of Women, NEWSDAY, LI, December 6, 1978
Six Viewpoints: Walpack Valley, Statement by Diana Kurz, Exhibition Catalog,
    Water Gap Art Center, NJ, Summer 1978 (illus)
Alloway, Lawrence, Diana Kurz - Figure Studies, Catalog Introduction, Queens College, NY 1977 (illus)
Bard, Joellen, Diana Kurz, ARTS MAGAZINE, March 1977 (illus)
Harnett, Lila, Bruised Surfaces and Other Realisms, CUE Magazine, NY, February 18, 1977
Henry, Gerrit, Review, Diana Kurz, ART NEWS, May 1977
Lubell, Ellen, Review, Diana Kurz, WOMANART, Spring-Summer 1977 (illus)
Master-Karnick, Paul, CSI Gallery Starts its Season on a High Note, STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE, NY,
    September 28, 1977
Zucker, Barbara, Review, Artists' Choice, ART NEWS, February 1977
Sievert, Robert, Recent Portraits of Sari Dienes, WOMANART, Summer 1976
Preston, Malcolm, In Review - Women View Men, NEWSDAY, LI, April 4, 1975
Shirey, David L., Men Viewed by Women Artists, NEW YORK TIMES, March 30, 1975
Pearson, Deborah, A Review, WATERBURY REPUBLICAN, CT, June 27, 1975
Salant, Steven, Oil Artist, KINGSMAN, Brooklyn, NY, November 1974 (illus)
Campbell, Lawrence, Review, Diana Kurz, ART NEWS, December 1972


Mother Massage, by Elaine Stillerman. Illustrated by Diana Kurz (90 drawings)
    Dell Publishing, New York 1992
Reprinted as Wohltuende Bassagen in der Schwangerschaft, Kösel-Verlag, Munich
Chinese language edition printed in Taiwan


Illustrated page in zine "What Happens Next" #33, NOW IS A VERB, summer 2010
Illustrated page in
zine "WhatHappensNext" #31,NYC,July2008
Illustrated page, SEX&VIOLENCE,PEACE&LOVE, "zine",'WhatHappensNext" #30,NYC,June2007
Illustrated page. WHERE DO YOU LIVE? zine "What Happens Next" #29, NYC, March 2006
Illustrated page, DARK AND LIGHT, zine "What Happens Next" #28, NYC ,June 2004
Illustrated page, RESIST, zine "What Happens Next" #26, NYC, March 2001
Back cover & page,"OO WOMAN OO” zine” 'What Happens Next'#25, NYC City, March 2000
Commissioned Front Cover, ATTITUDES Magazine, Spring 2000, Jewish Fed. Publications, NJ
Illustrated page for Time Capsule, A Concise Encyclopedia by Women Artists,
    (Robin Kahn, Ed)., Creative Time, Inc., D.A.P., NYC


"ArtCart: Saving the Legacy", video by John Haskell, Columbia Univ Teachers' College
Photographs and a painting included in promotional video for the book project
"9/11...NYC...The Days After," published by ArtsforHealingNY
“Diana Kurz, Portraits of Remembrance”, video produced & edited by Melissa Hacker
Paintings featured in “Escape or Die”, video by Ina R. Friedman, Lodgepole Prod, MA
Collaboration with Jazz pianist John Blum, Sixth Annual Vision Festival, Knitting Factory, NYC
One of four featured artists appearing in “Untitled”, full length documentary film by
     Gunter Eisenhardt (Berlin and New York)


Best Products, Virginia
Bezirksmuseum Josefstadt, Vienna, Austria
B’nai Brith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, New York
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Columbia University, New York, New York
Wien Museum, Vienna, Austria (formerly known as Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien,
     Vienna, Austria)
Jacqueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts, Duluth, Georgia
Jewish Museum of the City of Vienna
Kaufman, Goldstein, Gartner and Taub, New York, New York
Kingsborough Community College, CUNY, Brooklyn, NY
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ
Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia
Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D.C.
Yad Vashem Museum, Jerusalem, Israel


Vermont Studio Center
Ox-Bow Summer School of Art, Michigan
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
Cleveland Institute of Art, Ohio
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia
State University of New York at Stony Brook, Long Island, New York
University of Colorado at Boulder, Colorado
Visiting Artist-in-Residence, Artists for the Environment Foundation, Columbia, New Jersey
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York
Queens College, New York
Philadelphia College of Art, Pennsylvania


Member of Board of Directors of The Fine Arts Federation of New York
Exhibition committee – Salute to Women Artists, National Arts Club, New York City
Member of Board of Directors of New York Artists Equity Association.