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 René Hugo Arceo, painter and multiartist

'Alternate Currents'
Showcases Mexican - American Artists

Footnotes Oak Park Public Library Fall 1995

  Paintings and prints from some of Chicago's best-known Mexican American artists will be showcased in a multi-site exhibit entitled "Alternate Currents" "Corrientes Alternas."
The unique exhibit will open with simultaneous receptions Friday, Sept. 15, from 6 to 9 P.M.
at five different sites in Oak Park.

  Recent works of Rene H. Arceo, printmaker and arts director of the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum in Chicago, will be featured at the Joseph Randall Shapiro Gallery
of the Oak Park Public Library, 834 Lake Street.

  Co-founder of Taller Mexicano de Grabado, a printmakers' collective in Chicago dedicated
to the production, education and promotion of printmaking art forms, Arceo's work appears
in the National Museum of Print in Mexico City, the Illinois State Museum in Springfield,
Laumeier Sculpture Park in St. Louis, as well as many private collections.

  The paintings of Mario E. Castillo will be in a show entitled "The Nagual's World"
at Lindsey Gallery, 111 N. Oak Park Avenue. Reduction linoleum prints by Tony Galigo will be
presented in "Visions from the Heart" exhibit at Artworks, 246 W. Chicago. Group exhibits
from the Mexican Printmaking Workshop will be at The Great Frame Up, 115 N. Marion St.,
and La Majada Restaurant, 226 W. Harrison St.

"Alternate Currents" is sponsored by the Library and the Oak Park Area Arts Council.

Deborah Price

 1995 - 'Alternate Currents' 
 Showcases Mexican-American Artists

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