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 —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”
Chuquimarca is proud to present artist Frank Vega at MdW Fair with an artists talk post-fair.
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”
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)”
Anišinabe Waki-Aztlán Posters (1977-1980) dialogue with Nicole Marroquin & Dylan A. T. Miner, moderated by Jose Luis Benavides