ANDY DIAZ HOPE earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Engineering from Stanford University’s joint program in Design—a collaborative program between the Engineering and Art departments. Diaz Hope creates work that seeks to offer alternative viewpoints to the mainstream media out of a desire to foster dialogue, encourage pluralism, and critical thought.
In 2017, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco commissioned Diaz Hope and Laurel Roth Hope to create The Woulds, a multi-media installation for the exhibition Jewish Folktales Retold: Artist as Maggid. Diaz Hope has exhibited internationally in venues such as the Museum of Art and Design, New York; the Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento; the International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver; the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia; and the London Crafts Council, England. His work is included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Museum of Art and Design, New York; the Palm Springs Art Museum, California; the Nevada Museum of Art, Reno; and 21c Museum Hotels, Louisville. He lives in San Francisco and has been represented by Catharine Clark Gallery since 2005.