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Agustin Victor Casasola

In September 1910, during the 100th celebration of Mexico’s Independence, a young photographer named Agustin Victor Casasola was given the mayor responsibility for capturing the photographs and recording information from the celebration. Two months later, unrest in the Capitol and in several others Mexican States led to beginning of the Mexican Revolution. Casasola immersed himself […]

Tepito “Bravo el Barrio”

La Llorona Art Gallery, Havana Gallery, the Center for Latino Research and Latin American Studies Program at DePaul University, and with the support of The Latino Cultural Center will feature the opening of the exhibition Tepito; “Bravo El Barrio” an exhibition of 70 photographs by the Mexico City based photographer Francisco Mata Rosas. The directors […]

Endless Death

Llorona Art Gallery is proud to announce that on October 25, 2013 it will open the exhibition “Endless Death”, a limited edition collection of fifty five of renowned neologist Felipe Ehrenberg’s digital prints (giclées) related to the Día de los Muertos. The opening runs from 6 p.m. to midnight. “Endless Death” (Muerte sin fin) is […]

La Llorona Salutes Carlos Cortez

On December 13, 2013 from 6 p.m. to midnight, to commemorate the nearly nine years since the death of Carlos Cortez on January 19, 2005, La Llorona Art Gallery together with Casa de la Cultura Carlos Cortez, will open the exhibition “La Llorona Salutes Carlos Cortez.” Carlos was a beloved poet, graphic artist, political activist, […]

Some and Not Others

La Llorona Gallery announces an exhibition of the recent 22 oil paintings and drawings by Chicago artist Rebecca Wolfram, with an opening reception on January 24th, 2014, from 6: P.M. to midnight in Chicago. The exhibit in Chicago will be up until February 28th, 2014. The gallery is at 1474 West Webster Avenue, Chicago. In […]


La Llorona Gallery and the Art Studio of Gilda Solis, Coyoacan, Mexico announce the exhibition “Echoes” consisting of twenty two mixed medium paintings of twelve Latin American artists: Alejandra Macouzet, Luis Masana, Priscilla Solis, Jose Contreras, Less Gonzalez, Leonardo Muniz, Xochitl Azuara, Maren Carrasco, David Camorlinga, Bernardo Montano, Humberto Paniagua, and Gilda Solis. The opening […]

Passionate Holiness

Twenty-two icon oil paintings and prints will feature the work of contemporary artists Robert Lentz, Lewis Williams, William Hart McNichols, and David Lee Csicsko. The images depict influential, yet highly overlooked and occasionally controversial Christian figures who, had they lived in the present, might have been a source of inspiration to gays and lesbians. The […]