Chicago hosts the second solo art Exhibition of Mauro Galli

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Mauro Galli's solo exhibition "When I Was Somebody Else" is an exhibit that brings its viewers to confront their own inaction regarding issues like poverty, oppression, and racism with regards to the African Continent, specifically Ghana, and many Native American groups (Hopi, Sioux, Lakota).

The artist's hope is that by viewing what these people were in the past and whathappened to them because of racism, imperialism, colonialism, and neo-colonialism, viewers will be spurred into action. He wants the viewers to examine what they are doing today to contribute to these situations and what they can do to relieve them.

The art exhibition will be accessible to the public from 9am to 5pm starting from August 10th to August 19th.

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