About Pablo Serrano


Pablo Serrano is an Artist based in the Pilsen community in Chicago. As a son to Mexican immigrants who came to Chicago from Durango Mexico in 1979, his work has focused on using the creative potential of art to explore different aspects of citizenship, education, and politics. Constantly seeking to engage different members of the broader community about important questions and concerns through his art classes and art shows, he believes that every creative means possible should be used to find and make meaning in this complicated world. With this interest in engaging in meaningful social discourse to deepen both a sense of self and a sense community among strangers every experience has the potential to reveal something about ourselves and our world. Sustaining an artistic practice has allowed Pablo to literally see the world in its creative potential where we all actively participate in it’s shaping.

When not making art  Pablo works as the owner operator of  The People’s Stage Karaoke based in the Pilsen Community. He is raising two beautiful children with his partner Jaquelina.

Art Shows:

2015 Porspectus Art Gallery

2011 Prospectus Art Gallery


Illini Union Art Gallery


National Museum of Mexican Art Day of the Dead Exhibit

Manuel Perez Plaza Mural

Pilsen Open Studios

Pilsen Artist Group Show at Prospectus Gallery

Cafe Efebos (solo show)


Pilsen Open Studios

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