Elio Leturia presents work at the Chicago Public Library
Communication and Media Innovation associate professor Elio Leturia is exhibiting his artwork as part of the Chicago Public Library "Celebrating Diversity" series during Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 until October 15. “Cross | Cruce” presents illustrations, page and poster design, and photography.
From the Chicago Public Library: "Through his artwork, Elio Leturia attempts to communicate a variety of topics ranging from social, cultural to even political issues through myriad media, including photography, illustration, typography, collage, paint, color pencils, gouache and digital renderings."
Exhibit location: 3rd floor of Harold Washington Library, 400 S State St, east side.
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