On View: October 6 – November 22
This exhibition displays the work of 9 contemporary artist from Latin America. Walking together; taking art as a social tool for transforming reality, opens its way to a creation committed to the feminist agenda and as a reaction to the escalation of violence against women. Because the personal is political, Walking together brings together a group of artists from Latin America whose work denounces violence against women and the perpetuation of hegemonic models where the subjugation of women becomes the norm. Walking together, it is for them, those who no longer have a voice and for us, those who continue in fear, but also in the daily struggle.
Artists in the Exhibition:
Regina Jose Galindo (b.Guatemala, 1974. Lives in Guatemala)
Priscila Monge (b. Costa Rica, 1968. Lives in Costa Rica)
Ana De Orbegoso (b. Peru, 1964. Lives in New York)
Cerrucha (b. Mexico, 1981. Lives in Mexico)
Avelino Sala (b. Spain, 1972. Lives in Spain)
Eugenio Merino (b. Spain, 1975. Lives in Spain)
Luisi Llosa (b. Peru, 1981. Lives in Peru)
Ronald Moran (b.El Salvador, 1972. Lives in El Salvador)
Manuela Viera Gallo (b.Chile, 1982. Lives in New York)
About RoFa Projects:
Under the direction of Curator/Gallerist, Gabriela Rosso, RoFa Projects is a gallery that promotes contemporary art with an emphasis on Latin America who see art as a generator of critical spaces
More at: http://www.rofaprojects.com/
The gallery is located at 10008 Hemswell Lane, Potomac, MD. Visit by appointment only.