• Niagara Palimpsest
    June 23, 2017 - Sept 17, 2017
    Harbourfront Centre
    Curated by Patrick Macaulay

  • Interspaces (Group Show)
    January 21st, 2017 - June 4, 207
    Gallery 44 Production Gallery

  • Come Together - curated by Barbara Astman (Group Show)
    April 27 - May 15, 2016
    Propellor Gallery

  • Apomixis
    December 8 2012 - January 15 2013
    Angell Gallery

  • Uncharted Waters (Group Show)
    June 2012 - June 2013
    Harbourfront Centre
    Commissioned Project
    Check out my post on Harbourfront Centre's Blog

  • Union Investment Collection Reception
    March 7th, 2012
    Permanent Collection in Bell Trinity Square Building
    483 Bay Street, Toronto

  • Solo Show - 'Impervious' & Selections from 'Haven'
    September 8 - November 30, 2011
    Department of Canadian Heritage

  • Food (Group Show)
    Curated by David Bram (founder of Fraction Magazine)
    September 2 - October 15, 2011

  • Impervious (Solo Show)
    May 5th to June 4, 2011
    Toronto Image Works Gallery
    CONTACT Photography Festival - Featured Exhibition

  • Winter Interlude (Group Show)
    February 24th to March 29th, 2011
    Angell Gallery

  • somewhere. (Group Show)
    September 8th to October 2nd, 2010
    OCAD Student Gallery
    The Exhibition is part of the Canadian Art Annual Gallery Hop.

  • En Plein Air (Group Show)
    September 25th to November 7th, 2010
    Harbourfront Show Description (Vitrines)

  • We Are Wild - Group Show
    May 24th to June 12th, 2010
    Xpace Cultural Centre

  • Reminiscence - Group Show
    May 14 to June 12, 2010
    1100 Queen St. West, Toronto
    Twist Gallery

  • OCADSU 'Retrospective' - Group Show
    April 2010

  • Convergence: 47th Annual Tom Thomson Art Gallery Juried Exhibition
    January 2010

  • 'Silent Dialogue' - Group Show
    November 2009
    Transit Space

  • Line Art Auction - November 2009
    Art Gallery of Ontario

  • 'Exposed: Innovation, Transformation, Revolution' Juried Group Show - CONTACT 2009
    Gladstone Hotel

  • 'Still Revolution' - Gallery 44's 30th Anniversary Juried Show - CONTACT 2009

  • 'Sleepwalking' - Solo Show
    February 2008
    LandymoreKeith Contemporary Art

  • 'Surrounded' - Group Exhibition Landymore Keith Contemporary Art
    July 2008
    LandymoreKeith Contemporary Art

  • SNAP!07 Live Auction
    March 2007
    National Ballet School

  • Adrift - Solo Show
    December 2005
    64 Steps Contemporary Art


  • Visual Arts Emerging Artist Grant from the Ontario Arts Council (March 2013)

  • Visual Arts Emerging Artist Grant from the Toronto Arts Council (January 2013)

  • Exhibition Assistance Grant from the Ontario Arts Council (December 2012)

  • Exhibition Assistance Grant from the Ontario Arts Council (July 2011)

  • Mark McCain Award - OCAD (May 2010)

  • Melville P. White Scholarship - OCAD (May 2010)

  • Scotiabank Scholarship - Magnum Workshop Toronto 2010 (April 2010)


  • Globe and Mail - Going Out - February 16, 2008
    Things to Do and People to See in T.O. This Week
    Dianne Davis
    "Landymore Keith Contemporary Art may be nestled away in colourful Little Portugal, but curators Meredith Keith and Heather Landymore are culling the crowds from Queen West for their unpretentious array of Canadian art. In Sleepwalking, local photographer Dianne Davis's inaugural solo, squint to see shadowy strangers lurking through a night lit only by streetlights. Friday, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Free. Landymore Keith Contemporary Art, 800 Dundas St. W. 416-361-3074. http://www.landymorekeith.com"

  • Toronto Star - Critics' Choice - February 21, 2008
    "Dianne Davis's "Sleepwalking" promises the viewer a visit into "a nocturnal world where wandering characters are dwarfed by (the) seemingly endless darkness of evening." Some time ago I found what this might mean when I came across Tracey, an image by the emerging Toronto photographer. In it, the face of young woman seems to have been entirely embalmed by darkness. In the "Sleepwalking" series, Davis's artfully created darkness, obscuring walkways, trees and just about everything else, seems to be a permanent condition, not merely a time at night. (Landymore Keith Contemporary Art, 800 Dundas St. W., until March 23)."

  • 'Kindred' on Amy Elkin's Wan.der.lust.ag.ra.phy
    Amy Elkins posted one of my images, 'Tracey', from the 'Kindred' series on her amazing photoblog, Wan.der.lust.ag.ra.phy