Diana d’Arenberg is a Hong Kong and Berlin-based art, fashion, and culture writer. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Film, as well as a Masters in International Relations. She has worked extensively across various creative fields including dance, theatre, film, fashion and art. As a writer she has worked with international galleries, art fairs and biennials, fashion and jewellery brands, and over twenty international publications including: Harper’s Bazaar; South China Morning Post (Hong Kong); Rossiyskaya Gazeta (Russia); Prestige (Hong Kong); LEAP (China); Luxe City Guides; The Art Newspaper; Ocula; Christie’s; Artomity (Hong Kong); TAR Magazine and Asia Tatler. Diana is also the former editor and co-founder of Framed, an independent Hong Kong art and culture magazine dedicated to profiling local and international artists, collectors, and designers.
Diana has interviewed and profiled hundreds of contemporary artists, collectors, curators, designers, filmmakers and musicians including: Anish Kapoor; Georg Baselitz; Takashi Murakami; Neo Rauch; Jeff Koons; Sophie Calle; Theaster Gates; Rachel Kneebone; Marc Quinn; Christian Louboutin; Mary Katrantzou; David Lynch; and Marilyn Manson. She also regularly speaks on panels and television shows about contemporary art.
Occasionally Diana can be found haunting stages from Mongolia to Mexico belting out a Chavela Vargas or Nina Simone number, or rocking out in Hong Kong with her band The Belfies.
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