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Thirty Years on Paper
11am - 5pm
a retrospective of drawings by Rocio Rodriguez
“MOCA GA approached me about having a retrospective of my work, and I suggested a show of only my drawings since drawing has always been the backbone of my work,” says Rodríguez. Thirty Years on Paper is a retrospective exhibition that spans works created from 1988 – 2018. Many of the works in this exhibition have never been shown. Some of the drawings are tangential, such as the ‘war drawings’, that accompanied bodies of work in paintings that expressed diverse concerns and subject matter.” —Rocío Rodríguez
About the Artist
Rocío Rodríguez lives and works in Atlanta, GA. Her work has been exhibited in over thirty solo exhibitions in museums, contemporary art centers, and private art galleries and she has participated in over ninety nationally curated exhibitions. Ms. Rodríguez is the recipient of various, prestigious awards, the most recent of which was the 2018 ‘Anonymous was A Woman Award. In addition, she has earned an Artadia Award, a Cintas Fellowship, and an Affiliated Fellowship Residency at the American Academy in Rome. Rodríguez has also participated in residencies at the Marfa Contemporary in Marfa, Texas, and in Fundación Valparaiso in Mojacar, Spain. Her work is in numerous private and public national collections such as The High Museum of Art, the Huntsville Museum of Art, The New Orleans Museum of Art, the Columbus Museum of Art, the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, and The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia. Recent reviews of her work have appeared in Art in America, Art Forum, artsatl.com, and burnaway.org. She is affiliated with the Sandler Hudson Gallery in Atlanta and Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in NYC. Rodríguez received both her BFA and MFA from the University of Georgia.
Visit Rocío Rodríguez’s website
Rocío Rodríguez is represented locally in Atlanta, Georgia by Sandler Hudson Gallery
Featured image detail of 30 days by Rocío Rodríguez, image courtesy of the artist.
MOCA GA is grateful to the many individual donors who contributed to this exhibition and the donors who supported through the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs Power2Give:
Linda and James Alexander, Maria Artemis, glo Atl, Marcia R. Cohen, Leslie Colvin, Thomas Deans, Ariel Jones, Paul Light, Eve Mannes, Katherine Mitchell, Lainey Papageorge, Mario and Susan Petrirena, Scott Pope, Antonia C. Rodriguez, Constance Saddlemire, Rob Smulian, Elizabeth Solway, Roman Boychuk and Robert Webb…and many others who remain anonymous!
Special Thank you to The Judith Alexander Foundation and The LUBO Fund for supporting this exhibition.