The California Museum of Photography at UCR ARTSblock presents Alinka Echeverría: Faith and Vision, the artist’s first solo museum presentation in the United States. Echeverría’s work, which equally engages the histories of fine art and documentary photography, critically investigates the relationship between sight, belief and knowledge. The exhibition features an immersive installation of 122 works from the artist’s celebrated series The Road to Tepeyac (2010), as well as work from her new project, Deep Blindness (2014). In addition, Small Miracles (2012), has been re-conceived as an outdoor public art installation, which will be displayed on the façade of one of the buildings of UCR ARTS Block.
The Exhibition will run from November 1, 2014-January 24, 2015.
Artist talk: November 1, 6:30pm
Academic conference :“Objects of Faith ”organized by Jennifer Hughes, Associate Professor of History at UCR, December 12 and 13, 2014.
For more information please visit The California Museum of Photography’s website.