The work of Raúl Urbina organized by the curators Begoña Torres and Antonio J. Sánchez Luengo shows the viewer a hidden side of Chicago, one that goes against the traditional view of the city. Unexplored areas, regular people, outlying neighborhoods and illusions are captured in these snapshots of daily life, along with a little-seen face of Chicago, one that is marked by the dynamism of the urban future.
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