18th Street Pilsen Open Studios, Chicago
Café Mestizo, 1646 West 18th Street, Chicago, IL 60608
Exhibition: October 22 - November 30, 2005
René Hugo Arceo (Recent Prints), Adonay Navarro (Mixed Media),
Dolores Mercado (Paintings and Prints), Veronica Mercado (Photographs)
dans la tradition satirique du Mexique, et offrande aux morts
Gravures d'artistes indiens du Mexique,
d'artistes mexicains résident a Chicago USA,
et créations des graveurs de l'association Pour l'Estampe et l'Art Populaire,
mettant en scene des squelettes rigolards pour se moquer des vivants.
Une exposition a ne pas manquer!
du 27 octobre au 6 novembre 2005
Vernissage, samedi 29 octobre, a partir de 17 h
49 bis rue des Cascades, 75020 Paris
Métro Pyrénées. Tel. 01 43 49 19 80
René Hugo Arceo Solo Exhibition
The show includes artworks produced in the last twelve months.
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 11, 2004 @ 3-5 P.M.
Exhibition runs through September 28th, 2004.
Kristoffer's Café & Bakery, 1733 S. Halsted St. (at 18th St.)
Chicago, IL 60608, (312) 829-4150, kristoffers_cafe(at)sbcglobal.net
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater,
The Center Gallery, September 7-21, 2005
Exhibition date: July 11-29, 2005
Artist reception: Friday, July 15, 2005
33 Collective Gallery, ZHOU B. CENTER, 3rd Floor
1029 W. 35th Street, Chicago, IL 60609
It was Gallery largest exhibition this year and featured artwork
from 50 established and emerging artists. The Self-Portrait Exhibition
included painting, drawing, sculpture, photo, collage and video as mediums
for artists to explore the representation of the self.
Part of the exhibition (photo by '33 Collective Gallery'); René's work on the left.
René Hugo Arceo, Ollin Yarema, linocut print, 18" x 24", 2005
Ruben Aguirre Jr., René Hugo Arceo, Gregg Beise, Bianca Berkhia, Elise Blue,
Lisa Calgaro, Carla Carr, Mario Castillo, Javier Chavira, Matthew Ivan Cherry,
Catherine M. Ciosek, Ernie Claycomb, Jose Luis Corona, Nick Depeder,
Linda Doyle, Eric Frazier, Sarah Furst, Wei Gan, Rafal Gdowski, Sharka Glet,
Sergio Gomez, Debra Grall, Peter N. Gray, Peter Hagerty, Kimberly M. Harmon,
Andrea Harris, Adam Heet, Cynthia Hellyer Heinz, Gregg Hertzlieb,
Kevin Hunter, Inga Jonaityte, Timothy King, Terri Lesnak, Elizabeth Mares,
Christina Matusek, Bobbi Meier, Jonathan Meter, Patricia Moore,
Erin McNamara, Marivi Ortiz, Roger Paris, James Rousonelos, Gloria Ruff,
Lou Shields, Paul Sierra, Chelise Kinzinger Slowik, Likalee Tamay,
Michael Wasniowski, Greta Zakrzewska, and Jill Zylke
Exhibition dates: May 1st - June 30th, 2005
Art Gallery of the Oak Park Hospital
520 S. Maple Street, Oak Park, IL., Info: 708-358-5693
Presented by the Oak Park Area Arts Council
Ancient American Poets. Inca, Maya & Aztec Poetry
Translations and biographies of the poets by John Curl
Cover art by René Hugo Arceo
Publisher: Bilingual Press (Arizona State University), April 2003 / January 2005
"Ancient American Poets" presents a survey of indigenous poetry that focuses
on three Amerindian poets. Included are The Flower Songs by Nezahualcoyotl (Aztec),
The Songs of Dzitbalche by Ah Bam (Yucataec Maya), and The Sacred Hymns of the Situa
by Pachacuti (Inca), followed by biographies and commentaries on these poets lives and times.
Each poem is presented in its original language and in translation. By reading this poetry
and exploring the lives of the three poets, one can visualize the indigenous world
in the century before the Spanish conquest and gain a view of Amerindian history
radically different from its usual presentation.
John Curl is a respected poet and author of historical works who has published
fiction, poetry, essays, and history in numerous magazines and periodicals
during the last three decades. He is a board member of PEN USA West and PEN Oakland
and has also hosted a weekly radio show.