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Diana Berger Gallery Director Humberto Reynoso provides a platform for art exploration, research, and experimentation. DBG focuses on exhibiting emerging and mid-career artists who address social constructs through the complexities of socio-economic, ethnicity, gender, ageism, subjective identity, and the individual human experience. The goal is to bring artists using from traditional to contemporary materials and processes to participate in contemporary discourse and provide a visual representation of our changing cultural landscape.

Diana Berger Gallery is located at Mt. San Antonio College in the City of Walnut, California. Since the conception in 1954, the Diana Berger Gallery has adapted to change and remained a constant space for research and education supporting Mt. San Antonio College, and the greater community through exhibitions, workshops, and artist talks.

Humberto Reynoso is a Mexican born visual artist and educator living and working in Southern California. Reynoso holds a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art. His focus has been visual art through the lens of social justice.

Humberto Reynoso


Humberto Reynoso
Diana Berger Gallery Director

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Tuesday - Thursday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday Evenings 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Closed Friday through Monday
Due to COVID-19 Gallery is CLOSED to visitors


Mt. San Antonio College
Diana Berger Art Gallery
Building 1B/C
1100 N. Grand Avenue
Walnut, CA 91789
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Free Admission
Parking: $4/Day or Parking Permit