Victoria Ravelo is a visual artist born and raised in Miami to Cuban exiles. Her practice seeks to integrate sociocultural nuances and shared histories from our environments into our awareness.
Ravelo earned an MFA from Tyler School of Art and Architecture at Temple University in 2021, and a BFA from the University of Miami in 2015. Recent solo projects include: LAB MFA: Hidden in Plain View, a participatory installation made in collaboration with the public while in residence at Locust Projects in 2021, and A Place for Us, Temple Contemporary, Philadelphia, PA, 2021. Recent group exhibitions: but when you come from water, The Chapter House, Los Angeles, CA, 2021, La Casa Vacia, Havana, Cuba, 2021, as well as debut curatorial project: Familiar Distances, Edge Zones, 2021.
- 2022 Home + Away Resident: Anderson Ranch