Ivana Larrosa: In Search of Lost Time
Spanish visual artist Ivana Larrosa presents “In Search of Lost Time” at the The International Center of Photography’s 2017 alumni exhibition.
The International Center of Photography is a place where tradition and progress have found a way to coexist. This exhibition gathers the work of artists from 10 of its full-time educational program graduating classes and is culled from completed, new, and evolving projects to pose the question: within the context of an evolving and transformative landscape of photographic practice, how has our perception of the concept of memory changed, and how will it continue to change?
About Ivana Larrosa
Ivana Larrosa is a visual artist and arts writer from Spain living in New York City, working primarily with photography and video installation. She is interested in conceptual strategies that have to do with the body as an object of study and a medium to approach memory.
Her work has been shown at art venues and museums including the International Center of Photography, New York; Anthology Film Archives, New York; Umbrella Arts Gallery, New York; The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins; Castell Gallery, Asheville; Espacio Aglutinador, Havana; Plana Space, São Paulo; Project Space Kleiner Salon, Berlin; Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milano; Spanish National Museum of Sculpture, Valladolid; Soler Blasco Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum, Valencia; and Galeria Sicart, Barcelona.
Her work is also present at the permanent collection of foundations, museums, institutions and private collections such as Bassat Collection and Spanish National Museum of Sculpture. She has received grants from Lluís Carulla Foundation, Passanant Foto and Museum of Tortosa, and numerous international photographic awards, including Ramon Aloy 2013, and Camera Club of New York Baxter St, Annual Juried Competition 2015. Larrosa holds a MFA from ICP-Bard, New York, and BA in Film from University of Navarra, Spain.