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Ileana Doble Hernandez

Ileana believes that art has the power to make people care, that's why she has been making art for over a decade, as a form of activism. Her practice encompasses photography, video, collage and experimental installations, drawing from her experience as an immigrant from Mexico and as a mother. She creates provoking art pieces that ask the audience to confront urgent social issues. Through her installations, more than 700 postcards have been mailed to elected officials to advocate for gun control. Ileana has participated in more than 70 group exhibitions since 2012 with institutions like the Society of Photographic Education in the U.S., Rencontres d'Arles in France and CICA Museum in South Korea. More recently her works were shown at the Old Stone House in Brooklyn, the Worcester Art Museum and the Griffin Museum of Photography, and also featured at ABC's Chronicle on Channel 5 and Art Scope Magazine.

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