Regin Igloria: Shaping Chicago Art


Large portraits varying between uses of acrylic paintings and graphite brushstrokes can be seen at the DePaul Museum of Art. The artist responsible is Chicago’s very own Regin Igloria, who finds beauty in the urban landscapes of nature and an assortment of objects which encapsulate his childhood home. For Igloria, repurposing pieces together to form intricate sculptures brings him back to his days as a kid while also symbolizing the complex relationship between past and present.  

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