Rocio De Alba


Rocio (rohsee-oh) de Alba is an interdisciplinary artist and conceptual documentary photographer based in Queens, New York. She received a BFA from The School of Visual Arts and is an award-winning book designer and photography instructor. Rocio is a grant recipient of the Queens Council on the Arts with public funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; and was recently awarded a scholarship by the New York Foundation for The Arts (NYFA( to attend the 2017 Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp. Her work has been shown internationally including exhibitions, features, and screenings at Month of Photography Los Angeles' (MOPLA) Projekt - curated by Scott Thode. She has been featured on CNN Photos, New York Magazine, The New York Times Lens, and L'Oeil de la Photographie. A selection of Rocio’s group exhibitions include was part of an exhibition at the Elder Museum in Nebraska. It earned a finalist position and was exhibited at the Festival Documental in Barcelona. On April 2017 the book was also selected for the INFOCUS Exhibition of Self-Published “Miracle Baby,” Blue Sky Gallery in Oregon, Colorado Photographic Art Center, Vermont Center of Photography, Candela Gallery + Books in Virginia, Foley Gallery, Flowers Gallery, and Howard Greenberg in New York. In 2017 Rocio's series "She Who Found Grace" was shortlisted and exhibited at the Kolga Photo Festival in Tbilisi. Her handmade self-published artist book documenting her nine-year-old son entitled Photo books at the Phoenix Art Museum. In addition, the artist book an some of its images were invited to a group exhibition at Fall Line Press in Atlanta. The monograph will be offered for Sale at Fall Line Press thereafter. Rocio's series, Honor Thy Mother, is currently a travelling exhibition starting at Griffin Museum of Photography, curated by Executive Director Paula Tognarelli; with a second stop at Providence Center for Photographic Arts in Rhode Island; and a third scheduled for mid November at China's Yixian International Photography Festival, curated by Guo Jing.

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