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What Matters (better late than never)

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Last year was an eventful one for Team CG. We started up the year with awesome shows like Present Standard at the Chicago Cultural Center curated by the wonderful artists, Josue Pellot and Edra Soto. This show served as a contemporary survey of Chicago Latinx artists and was also one of the best curated shows of 2016. The images below were taken in front of Diana’s piece, Fleco.

See the following links for more press, images, and info on the show:

http://southsideweekly.com/gripping-art/
http://art.newcity.com/2016/02/29/review-present-standardchicago-cultural-center/

http://www.chicagotribune.com/ct-present-standard-review-ent-0225-20160223-column.html
https://www.artforum.com/picks/id=58692

The Annual at Chicago Artist Coalition, also curated by Edra Soto ran at the same time as Chicago Art Expo. It was a big weekend in Chicago with lots of art to see and artists to meet! See images of both events here:

The StArt Up Art Fair was another very interesting event happening at the same time as Expo and The Annual. Artist and art guru, Paul Klein talks to artists, Edra Soto, Magalie Guerin, Juan Angel Chavez, Jenny Lam, and Tom Torluemke about What Matters. What are some of the core concepts that matter to this diverse group of relevant Chicago artists, and how money, professionalism, and community impact their practices.

Lastly, we wanted to dedicate this post to Diana’s aunt, Emmita. She was a mother to those of us who who needed one. Always there and up for anything. She was a friend, art supporter, and a late blooming artist, herself. Her parting was devastating but the void in our hearts will overflow with all of the beautiful memories and love she left for us. Rest in Peace.

Emmita with Sabina Ott’s ‘Because Mountains Are So High’ at Chicago Art Expo
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Creative Chicago and Good Food

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Diana’s Recent Works in Sugar Grove

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Cecilia Vargas curated Recent Works by Diana Gabriel into The Arrowhead Room at Waubonsee Community College in Sugar Grove, IL. The solo show was up from November 15, 2013 to January 19, 2014 and included some workshops on December 3rd. The show had over a dozen paintings, two Tropisms from Salon Series and Intersecting Triangles, a site-specific installation (Assisted by Esther Espino). Photos courtesy of Sarah Baranski.

For more works visit dianapgabriel.com

Engulfed in Threads

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Diana installs a sculpture at The Willis Tower
Diana installs a sculpture at The Willis Tower