Diana Sinclair is a seventeen-year-old visual artist and curator working in the New York City area. In November 2020, she was selected as a 2021 YoungArts National Finalist in Photography, and since then has been exploring experimental video art and multimedia layering. She has had her artwork shown in numerous exhibits all over the world and herself became one of the youngest curators within the NFT space through solely curating The Digital Diaspora exhibit and auction in June. Her story and the exhibit were featured in publications like Teen Vogue, Hypebeast, The Guardian, and more. In July this year she was selected for Fortune’s “NFTy 50: The 50 most influential people in NFTs”. Most recently, she was one of the featured artists in TIME’s NFT initiative that launched in late September. As a young person surrounded by tech, Diana believes that the next renaissance will grow from the intersection of art and technology, and is passionate about creating work that embraces this evolution.
Honors & Awards
National 2021 YoungArts Finalist in Photography
Gold Medal in Photography in the 2021 Scholastic Art Awards
Grand Prize + Winner in People Category in the 2021 National Rocky Mountain School of Photography High School Photo Competition
Finalist for "Best Short Film by a Young Filmmaker" in Amsterdam's "Children Cinema Awards"
Selected #33 on Fortune's NFTY 50: The 50 most influential people in NFTs
Understanding NFTs and the Digital Diaspora with Diana Sinclair, This Week In Photo with Frederick Van Johnson, August 24 2021
The Digital Generation with Diana Sinclair, Crypto and Cognac with Alluminati, Sept 28 2021
NFT Artist Diana Sinclair, Art World: White Hot Magazine with Noah Becker, Oct 13 2021