Gina Alicea, René Hugo Arceo, Chelsea Clementz, Christopher Constanzo,
Lexi Coffee, Elena Diadenko, Pat Guizzetti, Eric Hill, Mark Nelson,
Mathias Schergen, Maija Swanson & Nicole Xenakis
August 19 - October 7, 2007
Opening Reception: Sunday, August 19, 2007 @ 2-5 pm
Closing Reception: Friday, October 5, 2007 @ 6-9 pm
Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art
2320 West Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60622
Tel. (773) 227-5522
Cocncordia University Chicago Celebrates Latino History Month
August 20 - September 23, 2007
Artist's Reception Sunday, September 9, 2007 @ 2-4 PM
Special Artist's Gallery Talk Tuesday, September 11, 2007 @ 4 PM
Concordia University Chicago, 7400 Augusta St., River Forest, IL 60305
Tel: (708) 209-3013
Ferguson Art Gallery, Kretzmann Hall
Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri (9-7) & Sat-Sun (10-6)
Gallery entrance faces East on Bonnie Brae Street
René Hugo Arceo, Storyteller (linocut)
In Rhythms of Nature, printmaker and painter René Hugo Arceo explores
many of the possibilities nature has to offer. This exploration, in the form
of linocut prints and watercolors, uses lines, shapes and patterns to convey
a sense of movement.
January 19 to February 2, 2007
33 Collective Gallery Zhou B Center, 1029 W. 35th Street Chicago, IL 60609
Tel. (708) 837-4534
Exhibition: February 3 - March 2, 2007
Friday, February 16: Free Print Demo, 6 - 9 PM
Saturday, February 17: Opening Reception, 3 - 6 PM
29 Harrison Street, Oak Park, IL 60602 (one block West of Austin Ave.),
tel. (708) 386-3562
January 8 - February 18, 2007
Robert L. Ringel Gallery, Purdue Memorial Union
and Stewart Center Gallery, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
From its humble origins as simple relief rubbings or patterns stamped onto
paper and cloth, the art of the print has spread to all corners of the globe,
growing and developing conceptually as a result of the contributions of an
ever-growing circle of international artists. By drawing and manipulating
an image matrix, they have utilized the essence of the multiple to explore
the varied possibilities of image, color and repetition. The proliferation
of multiple images around the world has led to a shared culture of appreciation.
Styles and techniques identified with particular printmaking
enclaves in various parts of the world can readily be seen now in the works
of artists with different languages and different cultures,
separated by thousands of miles.
This exhibit presents a contemporary review of fine art printmaking in all media
from around the world. The first installment of the exhibit was presented
at the Purdue University Galleries and six other venues from 2002 - 2004.
Following a review of submissions by more than 565 artists from 53 countries,
GLOBAL MATRIX II features a total of 88 works
representing 75 individual artists from 24 countries around the world.
It is intended that after its initial presentations
in the Purdue University Galleries, the exhibition will travel through 2009.
Work was selected for the exhibition by: Kimberly Vito, assistant professor
of Art and Art History at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio;
Kathryn Reeves, professor of Art and Design at Purdue University;
and Craig Martin, director of Purdue University Galleries.
Joining them this year will be Sean Caulfield, Associate Professor of Art
& Design at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Bookings for the traveling exhibition of "Global Matrix II"
are now being accepted.
Rental fee: $1,000 per venue, to be applied to the cost of producing
a full-color printed catalogue of the exhibition. Each venue will receive
100 copies of the catalogue; additional copies can be purchased
with prior arrangements at cost.
Shipping: Participating venues will be responsible for arranging shipment
and the costs associated with transporting the exhibition pieces
to the next venue (US only).
Space requirements: About 250 linear feet of exhibition space.
Exhibitors must provide adequate insurance during their shipping commitment
and while the artwork is in house. Exhibitors are also expected to provide
experienced art handlers for installation and a secure,
limited-access gallery space.
For more information, contact:
Craig Martin, Director
Purdue University Galleries
Physics Building, Room 205
525 Northwestern Avenue West Lafayette, IN 47907-2036 USA
Call (765) 494-3061 or mail email@example.com
September 12 - October 7, 2007
Priebe Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Oshkosh, WI
November - December, 2007
Higgins Art Gallery, Cape Code Community College, W. Barnstable, MA
January 20 - March 9, 2008
Wright State University Art Galleries, Dayton, OH
April - May, 2008
Lore Degenstein Gallery, Susquehanna University, Slinsgrove, PA
October - December, 2008
Altgeld Gallery, Northern Illinois University Art Museum, DeKelb, IL
René Hugo Arceo: El Tequilero, 2007, linocut print
Opening reception Friday, June 8, 2007, from 6:00 - 11:00 pm
Exhibition runs through July 3, 2007
La Llorona Gallery,
1474 W. Webster St (at Clark St), Chicago, IL. 60614
tel. (773) 281-8460
René Arceo display a new body of work produced in the last twelve months.
These works are limited edition, hand-pulled linoleum block prints.
These detailed and intricate color and black & white prints deal,
directly and indirectly with the senses. The prints are spontaneous
graphic responses to the stimuli of the subject matter.
Flowering elements frequently appear in these prints and represent life,
maturity, transformation, memory and movement of the senses.
Show: April 20 - May 25, 2007
Opening Reception: Friday, April 20 @ 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Casa Michoacan, 1638 S. Blue Island (Pilsen), Chicago, IL 60608
tel. (312) 491-9317 or (312) 491-0379
La Secretaria de Cultura del Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán,
tiene el honor de invitarie a la inauguración de la exposición
René Arceo, Mizraim Cárdenas, Fernando García,
Juan Paulo Luna, Artemio Rodríguez, Cristobal Tavera
Viernes 20 de Julio de 2007
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Alfredo Zalce, Morelia, Michoacán
René Hugo Arceo: "They Have Dried the Earth with Their Tears", 2005, Linocut, 24" x 18".
The Poet: Lorna Dee Cervantes