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Artist Profile: Justus Roe

Artist Profile: Justus Roe
Interview by Terry Carlton for Gozamos. “All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” -Picasso You may or may not have seen this quote accompanying a picture of a little kid dressed as a lion for Halloween in La Villita. If you’re a loyal facebook, or as Justus puts it later facespace and phazebook friend, you have. If not, Justus Roe shows you, the... 

Artist Profile: The One and Only Jeremy Fish

Artist Profile: The One and Only Jeremy Fish
Sixty Inches From Center’s Exchange Partnerships are our chance to spread the word about others who are writing about and documenting art and artists in Chicago, and doing it so beautifully. We have been longtime fans of our friends at Gozamos.com and their coverage of Latino art and culture from here to Milwaukee and are happy to have them as a partner. This week Gozamos writer Terry Carlton interviews... 

Evanston’s Howard Street Gallery

Evanston's Howard Street Gallery
Sixty Inches From Center’s Exchange Partnerships are our chance to spread the word about others who are writing about and documenting art and artists in Chicago, and doing it so beautifully. We have been longtime fans of our friends at Gozamos.com and their coverage of Latino art and culture from here to Milwaukee. This week we bring you a look into a brand new space in Evanston, Howard Street Gallery,... 

Artist Profile: Gaia

Artist Profile: Gaia
16th & Halsted, 2012. (Image Courtesy of Gozamos.com) Sixty Inches From Center’s Exchange Partnerships are our chance to spread the word about others who are writing about and documenting art and artists in Chicago, and doing it so beautifully. We have been longtime fans of our friends at Gozamos.com and their coverage of Latino art and culture from here to Milwaukee. Kicking off our brand... 

On Public Art: “Like One”

On Public Art:
Chicago has an abundant history of prolific graffiti writers and street artists. Outside of their own trusted community, many of these artists do not get the chance to speak about their experiences and their love for what they do. This series focuses on giving the microphone back to the artists who create public art in Chicago. Through these interviews our hope is to not only archive the efforts... 

Culture as Collective: An Interview with Abraham Velázquez Tello

Culture as Collective: An Interview with Abraham Velázquez Tello
I recently sat down with a fellow Chicago Art Department member, Abraham Velázquez Tello, who has been a very busy man lately with projects like his year-old website, Gozamos, which spotlights Latino culture in Chicago, and the brand spanking new screen printing studio he built with Jason Frohlichstein within the Chicago Art Department communal studio space on W. Hubbard. We talked about his ongoing... 

Tell the Next Mayor, Why Art Matters.

Tell the Next Mayor, Why Art Matters.
On Friday night, February 11th, 2011, SIFC partnered up with The Chicago Urban Art Society (CUAS) at their space in Pilsen. This was not just any event—it was an occasion, an opportunity for the art communities and political figures in Chicago to meet and engage in conversation with one another. Other partnering organizations included: Three Walls, Cro, New City, Chicago Reader, WBEZ Radio, Gozamos,... 

A Mayoral Engagement: What Does Art in Chicago Mean to You?

A Mayoral Engagement: What Does Art in Chicago Mean to You?
It is a Mayoral Engagement at The Chicago Urban Art Society. Join SIFC at Chicago Urban Art Society (CUAS) this Friday February 11th, 2011 for the Mayoral Meet and Greet for the Arts! SIFC will be asking, “What Does Art in Chicago Mean to You?” This is a great opportunity to engage in conversation and dialogue with other arts-minded people, local arts organizations, artists and arts educators.... 

Step Inside: Beer Run Gallery NOW as in TONIGHT!!!

Step Inside: Beer Run Gallery NOW as in TONIGHT!!!
Tonight the Beer Run Gallery is having one last hoorah and selling an entire gallery of art work before it closes forever. Miami might be calling artist Jova el Graffista but you have an opportunity to keep a part of him here existentially in Chicago all for an affordable price. Jova el Grafista did a site-specific installation at a show I co-curated, so I definitely have a place reserved in my... 
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