With a focus on gender, third-culture identity, and family, Yasmine Diaz works with mixed media on paper, drawing, and collage to question and assert her unique experiences as a Yemeni-American artist and feminist. Born in Chicago to parents who immigrated from the highlands of Yafa, the Los Angeles-based artist uses compelling found imagery to juxtapose the opposing cultures she was raised within. 

Yasmine Diaz is a co-organizer and past fellow of at land's edge. Her work has been featured by Deeyah Khan's Sister-Hood, Kolaj Magazine, the Albuquerque Museum of Art, and in the collections of the UCLA School of Public Affairs.



  • 2018  On Echoes of Invisible Hearts, September 26-October 16, The Poetry Project Space / Berlin, Germany
  • 2018  Radiant, June 23, Blue Roof Studios, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2018  Feminism Now, Grafiska Sallskapet, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2018  Disparate Sources, Keystone Art Space, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2018  This Is Awkward, ESMoA, El Segundo, CA
  • 2018  Feminism Now, Shoebox Projects / Los Angeles, CA
  • 2017  Office Hours, The Main Museum, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2017  Her Intuition, Brainworks Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2017  On The Other Side: at land's edge Fellows Exhibition, Human Resources, Los Angeles, CA 
  • 2017  One Woman Shows, Pieter Space, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2017  State of the Union, Brainworks Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2017  Uprise, Untitled Space, New York, NY
  • 2016  Women on the Fence, Mothership Festival, Desert Hot Springs, CA
  • 2016  Face Time, Maiden L.A., Sunset Triangle Plaza, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2016  Viva La Muxer,  Werkartz, Los Angeles 
  • 2015  Latina/o Queer Arts & Film Festival, Advocate & Gochis Galleries, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2010  Abriendo La Boca, EntreyArte Resident Artists Show, La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina


  • 2014  Walking in L.A., UCLA School of Public Affairs
  • 2012  Los Angeles, UCLA School of Public Affairs 



  • 2018  Women's Center for Creative Work, Artist in Residence, Los Angeles 
  • 2016-17  at land's edge Fellowship,  Los Angeles
  • 2010  Entre y Arte Residency, Buenos Aires, Argentina


  • UCLA School of Public Affairs
  • Private collections: Berlin Germany, Los Angeles CA, Portland OR, New York NY, Buenos Aires Argentina, Zurich Switzerland 




  • 2018   Kolaj Fest New Orleans, Presenting Artist
  • 2018   Dismantling Patriarchy, Golden Thread Productions, Brava Theater Center, San Francisco, CA
  • 2016   California State University, Los Angeles CA, Women's Studies Guest Speaker
  • 2016   Women's Center for Creative Work, Los Angeles CA, Headscarves and Hymens Discussion 


  • 2017-18 at land's edge, organizer 
  • 2017  AVA Collective, Co-founder
  • 2016 + 2015 Juror, Los Angeles County Store, Fine art panel 
  • 2016-17  Mentor + Volunteer, Las Fotos Project, Los Angeles