Chester Alamo-Costello lives and works in Chicago, Illinois. His photography, projects, and writings have been reviewed and published in ABC Cultura Madrid (Spain), Art Lies Magazine, the Chicago Reader, Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Tribune Magazine, The COMP Magazine, De Telegraaf Amsterdam (the Netherlands), The Herald News, Just Indie Comics Rome (Italy), LvL3 Media, Mid-Day Mumbai (India), MCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) Magazine, Music Tomes, National Public Radio’s 848 program, The New Art Examiner, Public Art Review, The Globe and Mail Toronto (Canada), Time Out Chicago, Verve Magazine Liverpool (England), WGN – TV Chicago, and other publications.

Ephemeral aesthetic gestures and site-specific projects by Chester Alamo-Costello have been produced in Austria, the Bahamas, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Russia, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, and throughout the United States (including Alaska).

The Alamo-Costello Archive was designed and developed in collaboration with Egzon Shaqiri, digital architect. In addition, source material and editorial assistance has been provided by Jesse Bercowetz, Sandra Kaminska Costello, Christine DiThomas, Robert Kotchen, Jonathan Murphy, Doug McGoldrick, Michael “Octopus” Plaza, Armpit: A Roving Street Gallery, and Mammoth Removal By Others (Phil Dunn, Jim Jobes, Dave Schroeder, Dr. Jim Norland and Todd Wiltse).

This website is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.