40 Years: Celebrating Past,Present and Future.

My paintings reveal multiple perspectives of identity as people navigate through this constantly changing world. In my work, I explore our identity as individuals, members of our families and the broader society. Culture, tradition, and ancestral history are all subject matters engaged in my work that serve to speak to

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La Musa Gitana / The Gypsy Muse

Ever since I conceived these pieces eight years ago, they have represented my art, my commitment, and my life across the towns, cities and metropolises that I have walked on. Their creation was an abundant eruption of images, colors and textures that paint the icons of our habitat, culture and

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Santiago Flores Charneco

IPRAC presenta a Santiago Flores Charneco • Apertura de exhibición, Enero 2013. Pronto habra mas detalles.

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4th Annual Navi-Jazz 2012

IPRAC presents the 4th Annual Navi-Jazz Concert featuring The John Benitez Group. Date: Friday, December 7, 2012 • Venue: 1147 N. Western Ave. Chicago, IL. 60622 • Time 7pm • Price: 15.00 (All proceeds go to IPRAC's 2013 Programing Dept.)

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Frade’s Photos

"Frade’s Photos" is an introduction into one of the art domains unknown in the production of the painter from Cayey, Puerto Rico; Ramon Frade Leon. Exhibit will run from June through December 2012.

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From ‘Insilio’ to Chicago

"From ‘Insilio’ to Chicago : Expressions of a Neo-Rican.” An exhibit by Jaime Carrero. Exhibit will run from June through December 2012. Co-sponsored by Segundo Ruiz Belviz Cultural Center.

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VEVEVIEJO

IPRAC's permanent exhibit by Antonio Martorell. VEVEVIEJO “The insignificant other: The Very Young and the Very old in our Society." (Co-Sponsored by The Kaplan Institute at Northwestern University. Artist Apprentice: Alejandro Esquiliano & Luis Montenegre Ferrel.

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Family Day at IPRAC: Mural Arts Program

Join Architreasures in family-focused mural art production with visiting master artists Antonio Martorell, Beto Torrens, Anabel Vazquez and John Vergara.

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Kaplan Institute

The Latina/o Studies Program and the Kaplan Institute for the Humanities at Northwestern University present: ARTIST IN RESIDENCE EXHIBITION OF NEW WORK, Antonio Martorell.

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Silent Auction

Silent Auction of an Original Charcoal Portrait by Antonio Martorell of Rep. Luis V. Gutiérrez to benefit IPRAC. Make your offer starting at $300.00. Only two (2) limited edition portraits will be produced. Contact 773.486.8345

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