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Ada Luisa Trillo
The 33rd Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Flipping Off
Archival Pigment Print
16" x 24" 

    Flipping Off

    Archival Pigment Print
    16" x 24"
  • Do Better Mother and Child
Archival Pigment Print
24" x 16" 

    Do Better Mother and Child

    Archival Pigment Print
    24" x 16"
  • Favorite 2
Archival Pigment Print
16" x 24" 

    Favorite 2

    Archival Pigment Print
    16" x 24"
  • I Want to Matter
Archival Pigment Print
24" x 16" 

    I Want to Matter

    Archival Pigment Print
    24" x 16"
  • Almost There
Archival Pigment Print
16" x 24" 

    Almost There

    Archival Pigment Print
    16" x 24"
  • Getting a Ride
Archival Pigment Print
16" x 24" 

    Getting a Ride

    Archival Pigment Print
    16" x 24"
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Ada Luisa Trillo

ADA LUISA TRILLO

The 33rd Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition
August 14 – August 25, 2018
Reception: Thursday, August 16, 2018 6-8 PM

Ada Trillo is a Latin-American female artist interested in humanist rights and social justice. She is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily with photography and images rendered in print. Her body of work is linked with Latino culture in American and towns along the US Mexico border, as well as American political issues among communities experiencing racial injustice. A common theme throughout her work is exposing the violence and the dehumanization towards people of color, both Latino and African American.

In her work, she has travelled to Mexico to meet with subjects and discover the intricacies of their circumstances. She is essentially a storyteller, seeking to capture the impact of each subject’s situation on their life, and share the injustices of their situation to the world. Most recently she has shifted her lens to the injustices facing the African-American community and the Black Lives Matter Campaign. As a Latin-American woman, she has a deep understanding of inequality, prejudice and discrimination. She is able to bring that awareness to the Black Lives Matter movement through her photographs and tell their story, as she continues to learn about the cause and their plight. Her photographs are layered and empathetic. They are an appeal to the laws that govern humanity, in an attempt to change the hearts and minds of the world towards those who are systemically oppressed.