Carolina Cuevas:
En La Boca de La Cueva

Carolina Cuervas: En La Boca de La Cueva

The Frank-Ratchye Project Space is excited to present En La Boca de La Cueva, a new exhibition by studio artist Carolina Cuervas (she/her).

The exhibition, En La Boca de La Cueva, explores the importance of caves in creation stories. Caves are sacred places that represent the womb of the earth and are considered the birthplace of the first humans, making them a vital part of the origin story of humanity. Caves have been portrayed as symbols of creation, birth, and spirituality. In the exhibition, each work represents a different part of creation.

Second Saturday Reception

May 11, 2024 | 4-6 PM

Exhibition Dates

May 6 – 24, 2024

Gallery Hours
Wednesday – Saturday from 2-6 PM
Saturday by appointment only



Carolina Cuevas is a Cuban-American artist currently based in the bay area. Cuevas is currently pursuing her Master in Fine Arts from the California College of the Arts. Her work has been included in exhibitions at Minnesota Street Project, Berkeley Art Center, the Institute of Contemporary Art San Francisco, San Jose’s Quilts and Textile Museum, International Ceramics Studio in Kecskemét, Hungary, and in Kansas City Artist Coalition. She is the recipient of several awards including the Barclay Simpson Award, Cadogan Contemporary Art Award, Cultura Power Fellowship, and the Knight Foundation. She has her work in the San Jose’s Quilts and Textiles permanent collection.

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