La Frontera: Selected Works by Erin Currier

UA Museum of Art exhibition

UA Alumni Association,
Erin Currier, “The Harvesters,” 2015. Mixed media collage and acrylic paint on panel. Museum purchase with funds provided by the Edward J. Gallagher Jr. Memorial Fund.

Sept. 28, 2017, through Jan. 7, 2018 at the UA Museum of Art

“‘La Frontera’ takes stock of a dream shared by all of our African, Asian, European and Indigenous ancestors alike: a dream of the Americas in the context of freedom and liberation for everyone. The work references the borders one must confront in pursuit of this dream: the physical U.S.-Mexico border and its Mediterranean counterparts as well as institutionalized borders that impose divisions between races and economic classes. Ultimately, ‘La Frontera’ posits the potential of dismantling these borders.” — Erin Currier

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