MEAM Exhibitions


El Museo Del Barrio 2015

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El Museo Del Barrio 2015

Cut N’ Mix: Contemporary Collage group exhibition El Museo Del Barrio New York, NY July 22—October 17, 2015     CUT N’ MIX explores the work of artists experimenting with collage techniques in ways that expand the gestures of cut paper and mixing various mediums together, often in unexpected ways. The exhibitions explores the concept of mixing music as a metaphor for collage and related artistic processes. The idea of making a remix, a kind of sound collage in which part of a song is repeated or used in a new way becomes...

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Movimiento de Arte y Cultural Latino Americano (MACLA) 2015

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Movimiento de Arte y Cultural Latino Americano (MACLA) 2015

5th Chicana/o Biennial curated by Joey Reyes Movimiento de Arte y Cultural Latino Americano (MACLA) San Jose, CA December 5, 2014—March 15, 2015     In its 25 years MACLA has showcased the work of emerging and established Latino artists in the Bay Area, United States and beyond. The Chicana/o Biennial is MACLA’s most visible and popular juried exhibition that takes inventory of the critical edge and aesthetic interventions within contemporary Chicano art. Over the last fifty years the field of Chicana/o art and scholarship has...

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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC) 2015

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UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC) 2015

Make ’Em All Mexican: Works by Linda Vallejo UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Library Los Angeles, CA January 12—March 20, 2015     Make ’Em All Mexican: Works by Linda Vallejo at the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center features selections from the Los Angeles-based artist’s acclaimed Make ’Em All Mexican series, plus excerpts from critical essays, publications that feature the series, and objects from a portfolio by Vallejo in the CSRC’s special collections. The Make ’Em All Mexican series uses humor and irony to question...

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Lancaster Museum of Art and History 2014

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Lancaster Museum of Art and History 2014

Make ‘Em All Mexican solo exhibition Lancaster Museum of Art and History Lancaster, CA September 13—November 9, 2014     Los Angeles-based artist Linda Vallejo consolidates multiple international influences gained from a life of study and travel throughout Europe, the United States and Mexico to create paintings, sculptures and installations that investigate contemporary cultural, political, spiritual and environmental issues. Critically acclaimed as breakthrough work, Vallejo’s Make ‘Em All Mexican re-contextualizes familiar...

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Los Angeles City Cultural Affairs 2014

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Los Angeles City Cultural Affairs 2014

C.O.L.A. Individual Artist Fellowship and Exhibition Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG) at Barnsdall Art Park Los Angeles, CA May 4—June 15, 2014     Gallery Statement George Lawson, George Lawson Gallery San Francisco, CA “In her ongoing series, Make ‘Em All Mexican (MEAM), Los Angeles-based artist Linda Vallejo deploys a simple visual strategy (painting things brown) in the service of an anything-but-simple feat of social engineering: calling to historical task an entire category of cultural presumption. Her art is...

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