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Linda Vallejo: “Make ‘Em All Mexican” at Avenue 50 Gallery Art Ltd. Magazine by Marlena Donohue, Editor Los Angeles, California July/August 2011   Linda Vallejo began in the ’80s as part of the stridently Latino movement including ASCO, demanding a place for brown artists, and noting the near absent representations of non-white experience/ selfhood at every level of US culture. Her work has included performances...

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 . One Year: The Art of Politics in Los Angeles LA Art News Published on Dec 8, 2017   “Linda Vallejo’s ‘The Brown Dot Project’ puts a human face on data—for example, a portrait of a young woman composed of 33,461 brown dots that illustrate the fact that 30.9% of Latinos living in the U.S. earned $50K+ in 2014.”   Full article  ...

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Self Help Graphics and the Birth of Modern Day Día de los Muertos KCET Artbound By Jordan Riefe October 25, 2017 Full article  ...

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Inside Self Help Graphics & Art Día De Los Muertos: A Cultural Legacy, Past Present & Future / PST: LA/LA By Eva Recinos Fabrik Magazine Issue 37 October 17, 2017 Full article Purchase magazine  ...

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Self Help Graphics & Art  Día de los Muertos: A Cultural Legacy, Past Present & Future as a part of the Getty Initiative PST: LA/LA Linda Vallejo and Betty Ann Brown co-curated Self Help Graphics’ El Dia de Los Muertos: Past, Present, and Future exhibition as a part of the Getty Foundation Initiative Pacific Standard Time (PST) LA/LA.  Over forty organizations and institutions across Southern California have received Getty...

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Linda Vallejo “Keepin’ it Brown” bG gallery, Santa Monica, CA By Lawrence Gipe Art and Cake LA September 30 Excerpt: ‘Although political, “The Brown Dot Project” exudes the zen-like chill factor of Agnes Martin. The entire suite has a charming, “loving hands at home” quality in its tactile simplicity. The visual appeal of each pattern collides skillfully with the statistical backstory – transporting the viewer from abstraction...

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