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Extended throughout the whole
year of 2017! 
Victoria Delgadillo’s painting of Laura Berenice, a disappeared young woman of Ciudad Juarez is in the inauguration exhibit of a new 1363 square foot gallery, Galería Gilberto & Dolores Cárdenas, at the National Museum of Mexican Art, 1852 West 19th Street, Chicago, IL 60608. Nuestras Historias (Our Histories) highlights the Museum’s Permanent Collection  Read more
Organized by REDCAT, Pacific Standard Time: Live Arts LA/LA Festival is an eleven-day performance art festival taking place from January 11 through 21, 2018 . The festival will include a wide range of performance artists and works, presented in multiple locations across the city, with performances and happenings that both reflect contemporary practice and revive important historical works of performance and public engagement in Latin America and Los Angeles.  Victoria Delgadillo will participate in artist Raul Baltazar‘s  production of a concept performance at Ascot Hills Park in El Sereno,  the place of his childhood.  The space is a breathtaking reserve of native plants and Los Angeles views.  Baltazar’s themes of family, nature, urban home and connections to native ritual will echo throughout the hiking trails of this performance.  Guests will be encouraged to join the performers on the path, or to enjoy the offering from vantage points in the park.   More details on the date, time, travel directions will follow here