Lucia Hierro, Frío, Frío, 2020; Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Print

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Created in celebration of Immigrant Heritage month, Lucia Hierro’s print entitled Frío,Frío is from her Bodegones or “still life” series that explores the relationship between personal narrative and larger economic structures. The title of the piece, Frío,Frío was inspired by a Juan Luis Guerra's song. As described by Hierro, "it’s what some Dominicans call that shaved ice treat..sold throughout the warm months of the year here in NY. An homage to the Dominican New Yorkers who hung out outside playing Dominoes while eating treats from local bakeries and sipping on their frio frios.” 

Lucia Hierro’s work has been shown in many institutions and galleries including the Bronx Museum of Art, the Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco; Jeffrey Deitch, Los Angeles, and Elizabeth Dee Gallery in New York. Her work was added to the permanent collection of the Perez Art Museum in 2020.  Next year Lucia Hierro will have a solo museum exhibition at The Aldrich, a contemporary art museum located in Ridgefield, CT.

18" x 24"(Unframed)
Digital Giclée print
Hand-signed and numbered by Lucia Hierro
Limited Edition of 40 with 2 AP

ART FOR CHANGE will donate $100.00 per print to United We Dream, the largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation. UWD’s vision is to build a multi-racial, multi-ethnic movement of young people who organize and advocate at the local and national levels for the dignity and justice of immigrants and communities of color in the United States.

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