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We’re back to highlight one of the six Chicago-based artists and designers who are collaborating with us to create new works inspired by #ArtDesignChicago exhibitions! . Raelis Vasquez (@raelis)—a representational painter and Afro-Latino artist whose work investigates the experience of immigration and the silences of colonization—gathered inspiration from @artinstitutechi’s exhibition “Never a Lovely So Real: Photography and Film in Chicago, 1950–1980,” on view through October 28 as part of #ArtDesignChicago. . #StayTuned as we share Raelis’ work-in-progress and make sure to catch the exhibition before it’s gone. #ArtDesignChicagoAmbassador . Image 1: Photo: Joel Nunn-Sparks. Image 2: Billy Abernathy. Mother’s Day from Born Hip, 1962. The Art Institute of Chicago.

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