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Ivan Lozano

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Present Standard gathers 25 works by 25 contemporary, US-based Latino artists who are in one way or another identified as native, linguistic or geographic immigrants. Guest curated by former ArtSlant Prize winner Edra Soto and Josué Pellot, the FREE exhibition runs in the Michigan Avenue Galleries on the first floor of the Chicago Cultural Center this January 30–April 24. Untitled, Luis Romero, 2015. Photo by William Bengston. The artists each play with the manifold meanings of "present" – as in contemporary, attending or existing – an... [more]
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Review: Front & Center/Hyde Park Art Center  
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Ali Aschman, Mara Baker, Javier Carmona, Michelle Collazo-Anderson, Lily Dithrich, Christine Forni, Elizabeth Gadelha, Rami George, Samantha Hill, Regin Igloria, Kara Cobb Johnson, Jeremiah Jones, Rita Koehler, Katherine Lampert, Ivan Lozano, Dana Major, Carlos Matallana, Lars Nordby, Kunal Sen, Naqeeb Stevens, Tina Tahir, Erin Toale, Julian Williams, Zachary Williams at Hyde Park Art Center August 16th, 2015 - October 4th, 2015
Posted 12/1/15
RECCOMENDED The Center Program at the Hyde Park Art Center is an opportunity for artists to receive feedback, formulate new work and have a final exhibition in the main gallery over six months. The facilities and staff at HPAC offer a supportive atmosphere for artists to engage in conversation and further their studio practice. The twenty-four artists in the 2015 Center Program span various disciplines and media. The culminating group exhibition is playful and vibrant, as well as informative and candi... [more]
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Ivan Lozano at Johalla Projects July 6th, 2012 - July 27th, 2012
Posted 7/10/12
Lozano’s installation plays with mysticism and ritual, but creates a more sinister altar, in a gallery that becomes a chapel of violent sexual imagery. This place feels far from heaven, glowing under red lights, it appears to be more like a psychedelic interpretation of hell. Raised in devoutly Catholic Mexico, Lozano uses enlarged pornographic photographs, cut out and mounted under Plexiglas to make up the Stations of the Cross. On one wall, grainy portraits of men, many with their mouths open as... [more]
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Madeleine Baily, Steven Frost, Yasi Ghanbari, Elise Goldstein, Rachel Lowther, Ivan Lozano, Brian Maller, Alison Rhoades, Tessa Siddle, Fritz Welch, Synvia Whitney at Roxaboxen Exhibitions August 26th, 2011 - September 18th, 2011
Posted 8/29/11
This past Friday saw the opening of “Splay,” curated by Marissa Perel, a performance artist and curator. Representing artists from around the world and comprised of installations and two performances (by Steven Frost and Syniva Whitney) “Splay” gestures towards contemporary standards of eroticism and the state of the erotic as a reflexive component in the construction of self. Perel hopes to “open up a dialogue about the place of real pleasure within the manifold real and imagined identification o... [more]
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