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Wilson L. Mead Trust Fund; Martin B. Cahn Prize, Emilie L. Wild Prize, Max V. Kohnstamm Prize, Ann M. Viehler Prize, Laura Slobe Memorial Prize, and William and Bertha Clusmann Prize funds
Extended information about this artwork
Karen Azarnia and Anne Harris, Candida Alvarez: drawinggreen, exh. cat. (Riverside, IL: Riverside Arts Center Freeark Gallery, 2012), n.p. (color ill.).
Kate Lorenz, Allison Quinn Peters, and Valorie D. Thomas, Cándida Alvarez: mambomountain, exh.cat. (Chicago: Hyde Park Art Center, 2013), 2 (color ill.), 8, cat. 5, 9 (color ill.), 33, 42–43 (color ill).
Kellie Jones, Terry R. Meyers, Daniel Quiles, and others, Candida Alvarez: Here. A Visual Reader, exh. cat. (Chicago: Green Lantern Press, 2020), 53 (color ill.), 98 (color ill.), 131 (color ill.).
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Artists and Their Kids: What Makes You Laugh?, Mar. 1-Apr. 15, 2005, no cat.
Betty Rymer Gallery, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Faculty Sabbatical Exhibition, Oct. 6-Nov. 3, 2006, no cat.
Chicago, Hyde Park Art Center, Candida Alvarez: Mambomountain, Dec. 12, 2012–Mar. 24, 2013, cat.5.
Chicago Cultural Center, Candida Alvarez: Here, Apr. 29–Aug. 6, 2017, no cat. no.
Art Institute of Chicago, The Society for Contemporary Art Annual Exhibition, May 28, 2021–Jan. 2022, no cat.
The artist; sold through Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago, to the Art Institute of Chicago, Nov. 9, 2021.
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