Posts by vallejo@earthlink.net


Champions of Chicano Art Need to Face Reality: A Response to Cheech Marin’s New Art Center artnet news by Karen Mary Davalos May 8, 2017 Linda Vallejo’s art is featured in an article about Cheech Marin’s support in the Chicano art world. Read the full article here....

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Animating the Archives: The Woman’s Building Avenue 50 Studio & Metabolic Studios Highland Park, CA May 13-June 3, 2017 Animating the Archives: The Woman’s Building is a Metabolic Studio Special Project in archiving. Fifteen emerging Southern California women artists have created new works about the legacy of the Woman’s Building and the feminist art movement. Artists included: Johana Breiding, CamLab (Anna Mayer...

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15 Female Artists Who’ve Shaped the L.A. Art Scene by Eva Recinos LA Weekly April 3, 2017   Linda Vallejo ranked #4 “In taking familiar figures and making them brown (a series she calls “Make ’Em all Mexican”), Mexican-American artist Linda Vallejo challenges the viewer to re-examine the familiar icons of pop culture. Vallejo also looks specifically at the Latino community in Los Angeles, as evidenced in “The Brown Dot...

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Power of the Page group exhibition New Museum Los Gatos Vallejo’s “Make ‘Em All Mexican” handmade books will be featured in “Power of the Page” at the New Museum Los Gatos curated by Marianne McGrath from May 4 through October 8, 2017 MEAM Handmade Books New Museum Los Gatos website...

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Chapters: Book Arts in Southern California The Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) curated by Holly Jerger & Danielle Sommer Los Angeles, CA January 29 – May 7, 2017 FROM CRAFT AND FOLK ART MUSEUM: Chapters explores the significance of Southern California artists in establishing the field of book arts between the 1960s and present day. Book art is a conceptual and craft-based art form that investigates relationships between...

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