VON VEY, K. 2018. little history. Catalogue to accompany Retroflective Exhibition. University of the Free State.
VON VEY, K. 2017. The Role of Beauty and Perfection in Marian Iconography: Contemporary Responses to Controversial Images of Virgin Mary by Chris Ofili and Diane Victor. Brepols Online, Vol. 10
DO REGO, R. 2016. Beauty and beastliness: A comparison of the representations of women in selected works by Walt Disney Pictures, Angela Carter and Diane Victor. Unpublished Magister Technologiae thesis, University of Johannesburg.
KRUGER, M. 2015. Reflecting self: an exploration of drawing trace as reciprocity between self and life-world, with reference to my own drawing and selected works of Diane Victor. Unpublished MA thesis, University of Stellenbosch.
DE HARDE, L. 2014. Who is the Beast? Navigating Representational and Social Complexities through the Use of Animal Forms in Selected Works by Diane Victor. Unpublished MA thesis, University of Witwatersrand.
DUGMORE, H. 2012. No place like home. De Kat
VON VEY, K. 2012. Loss and Transience in the work of Diane Victor, Diane Victor: Burning the Candle at Both Ends. Johannesburg: David Krut, pp. 5-78.
VON VEY, K. 2012. Diane Victor, Tracey Rose, and the Gender Politics of Christian Imagery. African Arts. Winter Vol. 45. No.4, pp. 22-33.
VON VEY, K. 2012. The intersection of Christianity and Politics in South African art: a comparative analysis of selected images since 1960, with emphasis on the post-apartheid era. De Arte 85, pp. 5-25.
ALLARA, P. 2012. Diane Victor and Paul Emmanuel: Lost Men, Lost Wor (l) ds. African Arts 45/4, (winter), pp. 34-45.
MC INNES, J. 2011. Of fables and folly. Faulkoner Gallery Grinnell College, Iowa U.S.A
RANKIN, E. 2011. Human rights and human wrongs: public perceptions of Diane Victor’s Disasters of Peace. South African Journal of Art History 26.1, pp. 85-95.
RANKIN, E. 2011. Collateral: Printmaking as Social Commentary. Gus Fisher Art Gallery, University of Auckland.
VON VEY, K. 2009. Saints and Sinners: Re-Evaluating gendered power bases entrenched by religious imagery. In A.A. du Preez (ed.) Taking a Hard Look: Gender and Visual Culture. Newcastle on Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 47-70.
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RANKIN, E. AND VON VEY, K. 2008. Diane Victor. Taxi Book 13, David Krut Publications, Johannesburg, South Africa.
ARCHER, A. 2008. Manifestations of hysteria in the work of Berni Searle and Diane Victor. Unpublished MA mini-dissertation, University of Pretoria.
VON VEY, K. 2007. Considerations on the Sasol Wax Art Awards. De Arte 75, September, pp. 64-72.
VON VEY, K. 2007. Transformations of Religious Icons in the work of Diane Victor, Proceedings of Transformation/s in Visual Culture. The 22nd Annual Conference of the South African Association of Visual Arts Historians, Published by VUT pp: 179-188.
VON VEY, K. 2006. Is there a place for Feminism in contemporary South African Art? De Arte, No.73, pp.28-42.
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In conversation with Diane Victor. Le Grand Vilage 30/03/2019 – 1006/2019. ARTSKOP 34 – 37 / 2019-06-19