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TAMED: An Interview with Oaxacan artist Ricardo Angeles

Oaxacan artist, Ricardo Angeles spent the month of September working on canvases in preparation for his first solo gallery opening at Pilsen Outpost. TAMED, the show’s name is a play on the restrictions he gave himself while preparing his artwork for the show. There were days when the weather was perfect to go out and […]

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Art Down the Street: Chicago Artists Month Features Art Walks in Pilsen and Little Village

While some residents make their way to the heart of Pilsen’s art district, others will stroll through 26th Street to catch this year’s assortment of Latino exhibiting artists, as both neighborhoods are participants in the annual Chicago Artists Month  For three months, Jackie Orozco carried a glass jar everywhere she went. As she encountered friends, […]