Exhibitions


California Community Foundation’s Centennial Anniversary “We Are Los Angeles” Temporary Public Art Project Grand Park, Downtown Los Angeles Opening Event: November 12, 2016   Vallejo has been selected as a featured artist for “We Are Los Angeles” — a temporary public art project celebrating the California Community Foundation’s (CCF) Centennial anniversary this year. We Are Los Angeles, which will feature a series of...

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Appropriations Denise Bibro Fine Art Gallery New York, NY October 8-November 4, 2015 Appropriations is a highlight exhibition of re-purposed media featuring work by artists Linda Vallejo, Carlos Estevez, and Tyrome Tripoli. Adopted and recycled imagery re-contextualize human-made visual culture. With readymade and found-object iconography, Appropriations spotlights a cohesive sampling of re-work distinct to each represented artist....

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ONE: Mind, Body, Spirit Mujeres de Maiz group exhibition Self Help Graphics and Art Los Angeles, CA March 6 – March 26 An annual multi-genre art exhibit featuring women of color artists. The venue, typically a gallery or community center, varies each year. A call for submissions is distributed with a theme focused on women’s issues. Past themes include: “Seeds of Resistance,” “Ofrendas (Offerings) of the Flesh,” “Madre, Mother,”...

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Deconstructing Liberty: A Destiny Manifested 8 Countries – 14 Artists from Latin America curated by Marisa Caichiolo Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center August 5 – October 15, 2017 Anaheim, CA Deconstructing Liberty: a Destiny Manifested will bring into dialogue new and recent work by contemporary artists living and working across Latin America, including artists from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, and Venezuela....

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Radical Home Salt Fine Art Laguna Beach, CA January 5 – February 28, 2017 Opening receptions: Thursday, January 5 from 6 – 9 pm | February 2 from 6 – 9 pm FROM SALT FINE ART: Powerful voices can exist within the most intimate settings. The work of Radical Home will shock and delight with provocative visuals from a select group of risk-taking artists. Questions built out of steak knives and flowers, a dining room table made from bullet...

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  Linda Vallejo: Selections from the Make ‘Em All Mexican, The Brown Dot Project, and The Brown Oscars Texas A&M Reynolds Gallery Exhibition Dates: September 14 – October 29 Over 40 works from the Make ‘Em All Mexican and The Brown Dot Project will be featured in a solo exhibition at Texas A & M Reynolds Gallery curated by Mary Compton, the Visual Arts Committee students, and the College of Architecture and Department of...

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