CBPA Fall Exhibition top pick in Chicago Tribune’s Fall Art Preview!

The Center for Book & Paper Arts was highlighted alongside top institutions, such as the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Art Institute of Chicago, as a top pick in the Chicago Tribune’s Fall Art Preview. Critic Lauren Viera cited Mano/Mundo/Corazón: Artists Interpret La Lotería as one of the season’s not-to-miss exhibitions.

Check it out in print in the Sunday, September 12th edition, or online by clicking here.

Mano/Mundo/Corazón: Artists Interpret La Lotería brings together over 60 artists of myriad backgrounds and disciplines, including Felipe Ehrenberg, Maximo Gonzalez, Robert Ransick, Maria Gaspar, Michael Scoggins, Jim Finn and Adolfo Patino. Find out more about the exhibition by clicking here.

This exhibition is organized with the help and support of the Illinois Arts Council, National Museum of Mexican Art, Mexican Consulate in Chicago, Poetry Magazine, contratiempo and Anchor Graphics, Critical Encounters and Latino Cultural Affairs at Columbia College Chicago. Presented in association with Chicago Artists Month.


Multi-Poet Lotería Reading Hosted by Roddy Lumsden

Thursday, September 16: 6PM

Presented with Poetry Magazine and contratiempo

Gallery Talk & Studio Tour (featuring Visiting Artist Maureen Cummins)

Thursday, October 21: 5:30 – 8:30PM

Presented for Chicago Artists Month