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    • 2624 W. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60612 • (773) 276-8034 • E-mail: pasierra@earthlink.net • www.paulsierra.com Born Havana, Cuba. Emigrated to the United States in 1961. Studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2009 Aldo Castillo Gallery (Chicago,IL.) January J.Sori Fine Art (Corral Gables,FL.) June 2008 Krannert Art Museum [Champaign,IL.], April Koehnline Museum of Art [Des Plaines,IL.],September Aldo Castillo Gallery (Chicago,IL),October 2007 University Club of Chicago (Chicago,IL.), August Union League Club of Chicago (Chicago,IL),March Lee Dulgar Gallery,South Suburban College (S. Holland,IL),Sept. Zhou B Center (Chicago,IL), November 2006 Cartage College (Kenosha, WI), April Indiana University Northwest (Gary, IN), October Silva Gallery (Atlanta, GA), November 2005 Northern Illinois University (DeKalb, IL), August – September Oskar Friedl Gallery (Chicago, IL), October 2004 J. Sori Fine Art (Coral Gables, FL), October Silva Gallery (Atlanta, GA), November 2003 Silva Gallery, (Atlanta, GA), April Aldo Castillo Gallery (Chicago, IL), May Brauer Museum of Art (Valparaiso, IN), August Northern Indiana Art Association (Munster, IN), September Oskar Friedl Gallery (Chicago, IL), October 2002 Victoria Boyce Gallery (Tucson, AZ), February College of Lake County (Grayslake, IL), March 2001 J. Sori Fine Art (Coral Gables, FL), February Oskar Friedl Gallery (Chicago, IL), May Aldo Castillo Gallery (Chicago, IL), June Robert Berman Gallery (Santa Monica, CA), November 2000 Corbino Gallery (Sarasota, FL), February Lyons/Wier Gallery (Chicago, IL), March Indiana University (Terre Haute, IN), March Mitchell Museum of Art (Mt. Vernon, IL), September 1998 Corbino Gallery (Sarasota, FL), January Latino Museum of Art (Los Angeles, CA), May Robert Berman Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), May J. Sori Gallery (Miami, FL), October 1997 Lyons/Wier Gallery (Chicago, IL), October 1996 Corbino Gallery (Sarasota, FL), Janurary Robert Berman Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), January Phyllis Kind Gallery (Chicago, IL), March Gallery 72 (Omaha, NE), April Eastwick Gallery (Chicago, IL), November 1995 Corbino Gallery (Sarasota, FL), February Fred Snitzer Gallery (Miami, FL), March Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN) June
    • PAUL SIERRA______________________________________________________________________________________________2 1994 Kimberly Gallery (Washington, D.C.), April University of South Dakota (Vermillion, S.D.), September Buena Vista College Art Gallery (Storm Lake, IA), October Gallery 72 (Omaha, NE), November Frederic Snitzer Gallery (Miami/Coral Gables), December
    • PAUL SIERRA______________________________________________________________________________________________3 SOLO EXHIBITIONS (continued) 1993 Valparaiso University (Valparaiso, IN), March Gwenda Jay Gallery (Chicago, IL), April Gallery 72 (Omaha, NE), May LewAllen Gallery (Santa Fe, NM), September . GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2008 Hihghland Park Art Center, “Not just Landscapes”, January. Krannert Art Museum, Five person group show,(University of Illinois),April 2002 Quincy Art Center, Two Person Show (Quincy, IL), September 2001 Oskar Friedl Gallery (Chicago, IL), “Gallery Artists,” January Gallery 72 (Omaha, NE), “Sierra/Himmelfarb,” December 2000 Fort Wayne Museum of Art (Fort Wayne, IN), Biennial 2000. See Publications for review by C, Prezelus. Okaloosa-Waltin College, (Florida), “Artists of Chicago,” October National Hispanic Cultural Center (Albuquerque, NM), November 1998 Lyons/Wier Gallery (Chicago, IL), “Gallery Artisits,” June Pavillon de Vendome (Aix-en-Provence, France) “Loin de Cuba,” October 1997-1998 East Tennessee State Univ., “Latin American Artists,” Traveling Exhibition, Aug. ‘97-July ‘98 Ft. Lauderdale Museum, (Ft. Lauderdale, FL), Traveling Exhibition, Oct. ‘97-’99 1996-1997 Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, IL), “Art In Chicago”, Nov. ‘96-March ‘97 1994 Marquette University (Michigan), "Latino Art," January Museo del Barrio (New York, NY), "25th Anniversary Show," April Phyllis Kind Gallery (Chicago, IL), July Ft. Lauderdale Museum (Ft. Lauderdale, FL), "Cuban Artists in the 20th Century," December 1993 Phyllis Kind Gallery (Chicago, IL), March 369 Gallery (Edinburgh, Scotland), August Sioux City Art Center (Sioux City, IA), September 1993 Bowling Green University (Bowling Green, OH), October Quincy Art Center (Quincy, IL), November 1991 Gallery of Contemporary Art (Colorado Springs, CO), "Chicago Art Today," October Frederic Snitzer Gallery (Coral Gables, FL), "They Would Rather Die," July 1991. An exhibition of art by Cuban exiles in the Untied States. Works included handmade rafts used by refugees (called balseros) to escape Cuba. Exhibition received Congressional Citation, July 23, 1991. See Publications for review by J.C. Coto. 1990 Scott Alan Gallery (New York, NY), 2-person show, March Frederic Snitzer Gallery (Coral Gables, FL), June 1989 Maier Museum of Art, Randolph-Macon Woman's College (Lynchburg, VA), 78th Annual Exhibition: "Chicago," February-March Gump's Gallery (San Francisco, CA), September-October 1988 Gwenda Jay Gallery (Chicago, IL), "Un/Natural Visions," April-June Mexican Fine Arts Center (Chicago, IL), "¡Adivina! Expresiones Latinas de Chicago," April-July. See Donato and Garcia under Publications for catalog. Illinois Bell in cooperation with Latino Arts Coalition (Chicago, IL), "Latino Expressions," June. See Laing and Bertoncini under Publications for catalog. College of Lake Country (Grayslake, IL), "Highlights from the Collection," August-October Illinois State Museum (Springfield, IL), Paintings, Drawings, and Sculptures from the Permanent Collection," September 1988-January 1989
    • PAUL SIERRA______________________________________________________________________________________________4 GROUP EXHIBITIONS (continued) 1987 INTAR, Hispanic American Arts Center (New York, NY), "Religious Iconographies in Contemporary Hispanic Art," January-February College of Lake Country (Grayslake, IL), "Nuestras Imágenes: Our Images," March Nexus Foundation for Today's Art (Philadelphia, PA), "Art in Exile," July-August Gwenda Klein, Ltd. (Chicago, IL), "Past, Present, Future," September. See Publications for review by A. Obejas. 1986 Noyes Art Center (Evanston, IL), "¡Mira Chicago!," March-May Museo de la Ciudad de México (Mexico City, Mexico), "Chicago Latino Artists," September Mendenhall Gallery, Whittier College (Whittier, CA), "Vínculos" ("Connections"), October. See Stringer et al under Publications for catalog. 1985 Mary Porter Sesnon Gallery, University of Santa Cruz (CA), "Aquí," January-February. See Stringer et al under Publications for catalog. Morton College Art Gallery (Cicero, IL), "An Exhibition of Drawings," January-February David Adler Cultural Center (Libertyville, IL), "Open Spectrum," April-May Miami-Dade Community. College South, S. Campus Art Gallery (Miami,FL), "American Artists of Cuban Origin," October-November Beacon Street Gallery (Chicago, IL), "11th Annual Juried Show of Illinois Artists," December Dittmar Gallery, Northwestern University (Evanston, IL), "Two Views of Women," November-December TRAVELING EXHIBITIONS 2000-2003 “Arte Latino: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum,” a traveling exhibition from the collection of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Americn Art. • El Paso Museum of Art (El Paso, TX), September-November, 2000 • Orlando Museum of Art (Orlando, FL), December, 2000-February, 2001 • The Columbus Museum (Columbus, GA), March-May, 2001 • The Terra Museum of American Art (Chicago, IL), September-November, 2001 • Palm Springs Desert Museum (Palm Springs, CA), February-April, 2002 • Museum of Fine Arts (Santa Fe, NM), June-September, 2002 • Oakland Museum of Art (Oakland, CA), November, 2002-January, 2003 1994 "Latino Art", Marquette University (Michigan), January 1994 1991-1992 "Chicano & Latino: Parallels and Divergences," an exhibition of painting, sculpture, and photography by Chicano and Latino artists. • Daniel Saxon Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), October 1991 • El Paso Museum (El Paso, TX), February 1992 • Kimberly Gallery (Washington, D.C.), April 1992 "Cuba/USA: The First Generation,” an exhibition of work by Cuban-born American artists. See Zuver et al under Publications for catalog. • Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, IL), January-March 1991 • Fondo del Sol Visual Arts Center (Washington, D.C.), May-July 1991 • Minnesota Museum of Art (St. Paul, MN), January 1992 1988-1989 "¡Mira! The Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour 1988-1989." See Leval et al under Publications for catalog. • Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, March-May 1988 • Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX), June-July 1988 • Bass Museum of Art (Miami, FL), September-October 1988 • Terra Museum (Chicago, IL), December 1988-January 1989 • Museo del Barrio (new York), March-April 1989
    • PAUL SIERRA______________________________________________________________________________________________5 TRAVELING EXHIBITIONS (continued) 1987-1989 "Hispanic Art in the Untied States: Thirty Contemporary Painters and Sculptors," a group exhibition sponsored by the Corcoran Gallery of Art. See Beardsley and Livingston under Publications for catalog. • Museum of Fine Arts (Houston, TX), May-July 1987 • Corcoran Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.), October 1987-January 1988 • Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, April-June 1988 • Museum of Fine Arts (Santa Fe, NM), July-October 1988 • Los Angeles County Museum, February-April 1989 • Brooklyn Museum, June-September 1989 1987-1988 "Outside Cuba," a group exhibition representing five generations of Cuban artists in exile sponsored by Rutgers University. See catalog listed under Publications below. • Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ), May 1987 • Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art (New York, NY), June-August 1987 • Miami University (Oxford, OH), October-December 1987 • Museo de Arte de Ponce (Ponce, Puerto Rico), April-June 1988 • Center for the Fine Arts (Miami. FL), October-December 1988 1988 "Expresiones Hispanas," 1988 Coors National Hispanic Arts Exhibit and Tour. See Acosta et al under Publications for catalog. • Mexican Cultural Institute (San Antonio, TX, May-June 1988 • Southwest Museum (Los Angeles, CA), July-September 1988 • Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities (Arvada, CO), October-November 1988 COLLECTIONS – MUSEUMS COLLECTIONS – CORPORATE/INSTITUTIONAL • National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian, Washington D.C. • Anheuser-Busch Corporate Collection, St. Louis, MO • Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL • Arthur Andersen Corporate Collection, Chicago, IL • Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL • AT&T Corp. Collection, Chicago, IL & New York, NY • Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame Univ., Notre Dame, IN • Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, IA • Fort Lauderdale Museum, Fort Lauderdale, FL • Cintas Collection, International University, Miami, FL • Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, FL • College of Lake Country, Grayslake, IL • Latino Museum of Art & Culture, Los Angeles, CA • Harold Washington Library, Chicago, IL • Illinois State Museum, Springfield, IL • Kemper Group Corporate Collection, Long Grove, IL • Museo del Barrio, New York, NY • McDonald's Corp., Fine Art Collection, Oakbrook, IL • Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso, IN • W.M. Mercer, Inc., Chicago, IL • Mitchell Museum, Mt. Vernon, IL McCormick Place, Chicago, IL. • Kirkland Gallery, Millikin University, Decatur, IL Bryan Cave Corporate Collection, Chicago,IL. • GUEST SPEAKER / VISITING ARTIST • Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL • Bowling Green University, Bowling Green, OH • Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, IA • Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL • University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE • University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD • Butler Museum of Art, Youngstown, OH • McDonough Museum of Art, Youngstown, OH • Latino Museum of Art & Culture, Los Angeles, CA • Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN • Terra Museum, Chicago, IL • Florida International University, Miami, FL • St. Francis University, Fort Wayne, IN
    • PAUL SIERRA______________________________________________________________________________________________6 AWARDS • Grant, Illinois Arts Council, 1998 • Grant, Illinois Arts Council, 1995 • Fellowship, Oscar B. Cintas Foundation, 1990-1991 • Fellowship, Illinois Arts Council, 1989 • Purchase award, "35th Illinois Invitational," Illinois State Museum, (Springfield, IL), 1983 • Best of Show, "New Horizons in Art 1982," Chicago Public Library Cultural Center PUBLICATIONS • Acosta, Maureen Leon; Blanc, Giulio; Domínguez; and Angel, Felix. Catalog: Expresiones Hispanas -- The 1988/89 Coors National Hispanic Art Exhibit and Tour. See Traveling Exhibitions above. • Argyropoulos, Andy. "Paul Sierra." New Art Examiner," May 1991. Review of solo exhibition at Gwenda Jay Gallery, January 1991. • Arnter, Alan. "At the Galleries." Chicago Tribune, September 15, 1988. Review of solo exhibition at Gwenda Jay Gallery, September 1988. • Barker, Stan. "Artist's Market: Where and How to Sell Your Art." The Artist's Magazine, May 1989, p. 22. • Beardsley, John and Livingston, Jane. Hispanic Art in the United States: Thirty Contemporary Painters and Sculptors. New York: Abbeville Press, 1987. See Traveling Exhibitions above. • Blanc, Giulio; Catalog: Cuban Artists in the 20th Century. Ft. Lauderdale Museum, December 1994. • Bonesteel, Michael. "Paul Sierra at Halsted." Art in America, March 1986, p. 156. Review of "Santeria: Secret Rites and Symbols," solo exhibit at Halsted Gallery, October 1985. • Bonesteel Michael. "Sierra High on Memory Mingled with Moment." Pioneer Press, "Art Diversions," May 11, 1989. Review of solo exhibition at University of Illinois, May 1989. • Bravo, Armando. “Paul Sierra y La Belleza de lo Terrible.” El Nuevo Herald, March 4, 2001, sec. E, p. 1. • Casuso, Jorge. "Cubans Haunted by Memories of Homeland." Chicago Tribune, January 1, 1989, sec. 1, p. 1. • Condon, Elizabeth. "Paul Sierra." New Art Examiner, September 1989, p. 53. Review of solo exhibition at A. Montgomery Ward Gallery, University of Illinois at Chicago, May 1989. • Chaplik, Dorothy. “Defining Latin American Art.” 2005, p. III, B. • Colbert, P.S. “Adventures of the Mind.” Daily Herald (Chicago), January 31, 2005, sec. 5, p. 1. • Coto, Juan Carlos. "They Would Rather Die," Miami Herald, July 20, 1991. Review of group exhibition at Frederic Snitzer Gallery, July 1991. • Curtis, Cathy. "'¡Mira!,' Unites 29 Latinos with Taste for the Fantastic." Los Angeles Times, April 20, 1988. Review of "¡Mira! The Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour 1988-1989." See Traveling Exhibitions above. • Donato, Debora and Garcia, Antonio V. Catalog: ¡Adivina! Latino Chicago Expressions. Mexican Fine Arts Center, Chicago, 1988. See Group Exhibitions above. • Ely, Bruno. “Loin de Cuba.” Aix-en-Provence, France. Catalog, Group Show, 1998. • Gernand, Renee. The Cuban Americans, The Peoples of North America Series. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1989. • Gawecki, Marcia. “Paul Sierra’s Call of the Wild.” La Raza, May 2000. • Goldman, Shifra. "Homogenizing Hispanic Art." New Art Examiner, September 1987, p. 30. Review of "Hispanic Art in the Untied States: Thirty Contemporary Painters and Sculptors." See Traveling Exhibitions above. • Herguth, Bob. "Chicago Profiles." Chicago Sun-Times, May 16, 1988. Personal interview. • Hevdejs, Judy. "Looking Beyond the Myths." Chicago Tribune, December 4, 1988, sec. 13, p. 20. Review of "¡Mira! The Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour 1988-1989." See Traveling Exhibitions above. • Huebner, Jeff. "Latino Art or Latinos' Art?" New City (Chicago, IL), June 7, 1989, p. 19. • Jarmusch, Ann. "Vision of the Americas." Dallas Times Herald, June 9, 1988. Review of "¡Mira! The Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour 1988-1989." See Traveling Exhibitions above. • Hassebrock, Ashley. “Joint Exhibit.” Sunday World-Herald, Omaha, NE, December 9, 2001. • Knight, Christopher. "Cocked Concept." Los Angeles Herald Examiner, April 8, 1988. Review of "¡Mira! The Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour 1988-1989." See Traveling Exhibitions above. • Krantz, Claire Wolf. "Paul Sierra." New Art Examiner, January 1986, p. 53. Review of "Santeria: Secret Rites and Symbols," solo exhibit at Halsted Gallery, October 1985. • Laing, Mary and Bertoncini, Deanna. Catalog: Latino Expressions. Illinois Bell in cooperation with Latino Arts Coalition, 1988. See Group Exhibitions above. • Leval, Susana Torruella; Pau-Llosa, Ricardo; and Lockpez, Inverna. Catalog: ¡Mira! The Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour 1988-1989. See Traveling Exhibitions above. • Lugo, Denise. “Paul Sierra: A Cultural Corridor.” Catalog, Solo Show, 1998.
    • PAUL SIERRA______________________________________________________________________________________________7 PUBLICATIONS (continued) • Muchnic, Suzanne. "Visible Roots in 'Expresiones Hispanas.'" Los Angeles Times, August 16, 1988, arts calendar, p. 1. Review of "Expresiones Hispanas." See Traveling Exhibitions above. • Obejas, Achy. "Sierra by Sunlight." The Chicago Reader, September 25, 1987, sec. 1, p. 25. Review of "Past, Present, Future," group show at Gwenda Klein, Ltd., September-October 1987. • Pau-Llosa, Ricardo. "A Convergence of Visual Cultures." Art International, Spring 1989, p. 17. • Petlicki, Myrna. “Prolific Artist Paints Like a House on Fire.” Pioneer Press (Chicago), January 27, 2005, sec. B4, Art. • Porter, Dean. “Landscape of the Soul.” Catalog for the Snite Museum solo show June, 1995. See Solo Exhibitions above. • Prezelus, Corinne, ”Finding Our Place In The World.” Indiana Statesman, March 17, 2000. Review of solo exhibition at Indiana State University. • Rice, Nancy. "Paul Sierra." New Art Examiner, February 1983, p. 22. Review of solo exhibit at Nornberg Gallery, December 1982. • Sorell, Victor. “Paul Sierra,” Art Nexus Magazine. Vol. 4, #59, p. 161, 2005. See Solo Exhibitions 2005, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL. • Stern, Fred. "Artists with Latin American Roots." Mizue, Summer 1989, p. 48. A quarterly review of fine arts published in Japan; issue devoted to Latin American and Spanish art. • Southgate,Therese; “Paul Sierra” JAMA Magazine,Sept. 2006 • Stevens, Mark. "Devotees of the Fantastic." Newsweek, September 7, 1987, p. 66. Review of "Hispanic Art in the Untied States: Thirty Contemporary Painters and Sculptors." See Traveling Exhibitions above. • Stringer, John; Goodall, Donald B.; Stellweg, Carla et al. Catalog: Aquí. University of Southern California, 1984 and University of California, 1985. See Group Exhibitions 1984 and 1985 above. • Thorson, Alice. "Paul Sierra." Latin American Art Magazine, Spring 1991. Artist profile. • Taylor, Sue. "Paul Sierra." New Art Examiner, December 1982. Review of solo exhibit at MoMing Dance and Arts Center, October 1982. • Turner, Elisa. "Portraying Exile as a State of Mind." Miami Herald, April 24, 1991. Review of solo exhibition at Frederic Snitzer Gallery, April 1991. • Viegas, Jose, Vives, Cristina, Nodal, Adolfo V., Garzon, Valia, and Mondtes de Oca, Dannys “:Memoria, Cuban Art in the 20th Century.” California/International Arts Foundation, 2002. • Warren, Lynne. Catalog, “Art Chicago 1945-1995.” Group Show, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL. • Zuver, Marc et al. Catalog: Cuba-USA: The First Generation; In Search of Freedom. Fondo del Sol Visual Arts Center, Washington, D.C., 1991. See Traveling Exhibitions above.