Diana Larrea (Madrid, 1972) is a Spanish visual artist who works in various disciplines such as installation, video, photography, and drawing, although she is best known for her interventions and performances in public spaces. Through her urban art projects, Larrea has always focused her interest on the non-initiated public and on the desire to provoke minor disruptions in our everyday lives. Her work raises questions related to the use of public space and the intrusion of certain types of disorder in our day-to-day lives.

Her most relevant awards include the Marcelino Botín Foundation Visual Arts Grant, the Art & Artificial Life International Competition (Vida 6.0 ) of Telefónica Foundation, and the Art Creation Award of the Region of Madrid.