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This is a group where Hispanic professionals from all over the Chicago area can network with one another.

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Location: Chicago, IL
Members: 240
Latest Activity: Jun 5, 2019

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Comment by Saul Aguirre on September 5, 2011 at 2:36pm
Hammstah, Thank you for showing your interest on the exhibition, it was up all summer until last week that I Brought it down. You more than welcome to get connected and see some of my art! Lo bueno es estar en la  misma ciudad. puedes ver unas tres obras que tengo en venta en mi sito. http://www.saulaguirre.com no soy tu artista tradicional que pinta la historia de Mexico, al contrario son un creador que responde a los hechos actuales en la socociedad.  Everyone in the group is ivited to see the website.
Comment by Oscar Arciniegas on September 2, 2011 at 8:43pm

If anyone is looking to rent a condo in forest park- please see link attached.



Comment by Hammstah on August 4, 2011 at 10:48am
Hey, @SaulAguirre Saul, how was the show? I just saw your note! Is it still running? Mi esposa y yo fuimos a la Fiesta del Sol y hubieramos pasar por la galeria si sabiamos!
Comment by Marcos Nieto on August 4, 2011 at 7:32am
Hello All, I was born and raised in Chicago but I am all Mexican. I miss it very much and would like to stay connected any way I can. 
Comment by Saul Aguirre on June 11, 2011 at 10:33am



Summer Heat: Recent Work by Saul Aguirre and Miguel Cortez

Opening Friday June 17th from 6pm-10pm

Carlos and Dominguez Fine Art Gallery presents the work of Saul Aguirre and Miguel Cortez. The work includes a mixture of paintings, drawings, digital cellphone prints and installation. Both artists have been active in the Pilsen art community since the mid 90s. This is their first 2-person show in the Pilsen neighborhood.

Saul Aguirre is a Chicago Based artist born in Mexico City. He has been considered a standout at NEXT 2010 Chicago by PEDRO VÉLEZ who is an artist and critic living in Chicago. Saul used real manacles, to remind people of the reality of being picked up by the police during a live spectacle, and captivated people with his small drawings. Saul has been exhibiting Nationally and Internationally, in several Museums and Galleries since 1990. http://www.saulaguirre.com/


Cortez is an artist/curator living in Chicago and born in Guanajuato, Mexico. He has studied filmmaking at Columbia College and art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He currently runs Antena, an alternative art space located in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood. His artwork has been shown at Gallery 414 in Fort Worth, Texas, at the Krannert Museum and at the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago. Other shows included exhibits in Dallas at Mighty Fine Arts Gallery, Glass Curtain Gallery and at VU Space in Melbourne, Australia. http://www.mcortez.com/


and Dominguez Fine Art Gallery
1538 W. Cullerton Street
Chicago, IL 60608
By appointment only. For more information call: 773-580-8053
email: feriadelaluna@yahoo.com

Comment by Alma Sanchez on June 10, 2011 at 10:42am
Wyvil Systems invites you to join us for this highly informative evening of Crystal Reports demos and open discussion with subject matter experts on the benefits of using Crystal Reports to transform your business data into information!
Comment by Erick M. on June 9, 2011 at 9:59am
Eureka Chicago is hiring sales agents in the Chicagoland area and suburbs. If you are interested please send your resume at: jobs@eurekachicago.com For any questions or concerns direct your email to: info@eurekachicago.com www.eurekachicago.com/magazine.html
Comment by Armando J. Rositas on April 5, 2011 at 7:32pm
Tip of the hat to your magazine also.Keep up the good work.
Comment by Erick M. on April 5, 2011 at 7:27pm


Great website! I'm glad of your achievement.

Comment by Armando J. Rositas on April 5, 2011 at 7:19pm


   Though I may not be from the windy city, would you please visit this web site (same one I left for Rick Palacios). I have been named as one of four Hispanic Mentors in the Lansing, Michigan area, check this site and please respond. www.virtuesforlife.com/category/serve-and-be-great/


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