Mercurial Lake

Insidiously tethered to neoliberalism, Mercurial Lake proposes the oscillation between care systems and toxic relationships. This exhibition, lake-like, features artists whose works volatilizes out of architectural tectonics, power consciousness, and construction.

Art Projects For The Now: LL Proyectos & Casa Ma

Art Projects For The Now: LL Proyectos & Casa Ma —an online presentation and panel discussion on Central American based art spaces and projects Thursday, May 18, 2023 | 6-7pm CT In conjunction with DePaul Art Museum’s current exhibition Art for the Future: Artist Call and Central American Solidarities, Chuquimarca presents Art Projects For The Now—anContinue reading “Art Projects For The Now: LL Proyectos & Casa Ma”

Ceyó: Luis Rodríguez Rosario & Josué Esaú

Ceyó: Luis Rodríguez Rosario & Josué Esaú Exhibition Dates: 01/20/2023 – 03/03/2023Location: Chicago Artists Coalition, 2130 W Fulton St Unit B, Chicago, IL 60612 Like all stations, Ceyó is a symptom of relationships and cosmological order. Of course there is smoke nearby, and coffee. There is a log to learn to swim and three hearthstonesContinue reading “Ceyó: Luis Rodríguez Rosario & Josué Esaú”

Pinions: Jessica Ferrer & Yoonshin Park

“Ts’ui Pên must have said once: ‘I am withdrawing to write a book. And another time: I am withdrawing to construct a labyrinth’. Every one imagined two works; to no one did it occur that the book and the maze were one and the same thing.” -Jorge Luis Borges, The Garden of Forking Paths, 1941 Continue reading “Pinions: Jessica Ferrer & Yoonshin Park”

Nubes Art Fair 2022 Library Installation

Nubes Art Fair 2022 by Heaven Gallery in Partnership with Equity Arts. Exhibition Dates: July 15, 2022 to August 28, 2022 Period rooms, mood boards, and room decorations are visual ways to organize and feel out potentials, projects, and desires. Following the ethos of Nubes art fair, we propose to mimic a poster-filled bedroom closetContinue reading “Nubes Art Fair 2022 Library Installation”

Care & Criticism: An Art Writing Panel

Care & Criticism: An Art Writing Panel Claire Voon & Barbara Calderón moderated by Kerry Cardoza Cease celebratory write ups and myopic narratives;Refute YT copy editing practices and style guides;Art writing is patronage –matronage.  Watch art critics, editors, and journalists Claire Voon, Barbara Calderón, and Kerry Cardoza in conversation about the responsibility of art criticism,Continue reading “Care & Criticism: An Art Writing Panel”

Dialogue/Presentation: Anišinabe Waki-Aztlán Exhibition (1977)

Program date: Tuesday, September 28, 2021, 7:00-8:30pm CST Delving into shared Indigenous and Chicanx cultural histories, Anišinabe Waki-Aztlán was a 1977 exhibition at Harry S. Truman College that featured both Indigenous and Chicano artists and was organized by Movimiento Artístico Chicano (MARCh) & the Chicago Indian Artist Guild. A total of 52 participating artists andContinue reading “Dialogue/Presentation: Anišinabe Waki-Aztlán Exhibition (1977)”

Screening: “This Is Indian Land, Okee-Chee’s Vision” by Sharon Okee-Chee Skolnick

Date and Time: Friday, September 24, 2021, 7:00-8:00pm CSTLocation: Comfort Station, 2579 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647 “This Is Indian Land, Okee-Chee’s Vision” by Sharon Okee-Chee Skolnic is a 35 minute independent documentary using interviews and images by Okee-Chee with her collaborators to highlight her vision and contribution to their community at the AmericanContinue reading “Screening: “This Is Indian Land, Okee-Chee’s Vision” by Sharon Okee-Chee Skolnick”