Latinoamerica in Chicago

Opening: Saturday, May 7, 2022 6 – 9 pm
Saturday, May 7 – 29, 2022

2436 W Madison, Chicago, IL 60612

The United States is a country of migrants, and the contribution of the Latino community in this country is undeniable, from the fields to the city, from government to domestic service. Artists were invited to explore in their style, technique and answer the following question: Que significa para ti ser latinoamericano en Chicago? What does being Latin American mean to you living in Chicago? Artists in the exhibition: Alma Dominguez, Asela America Diaz, Carlos Barberena, Carolina Rodriguez, Genevieve Ramos, Hector Barron, Israel Namer, Jade Nava, Juan Arango Palacios, Juan Hernandez, Katherine del Real, Lidya Sarai Sanchez, Montserrat Alsina, Mynor Paredes, Myriam Zarai Lozano, Rene H. Arceo, Reynaldo GuAracibo Rodriguez, and Salvador Campos.

Artwork: Rene H Arceo, "Lilibeth", 2015, Linocut print, 22 x 26