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Linda Vallejo Solo Project 2022 Dates TBA curated by Gabriela Urtiaga, MOLAA Chief Curator     Vallejo Solo Project will present a timely, socio-political installation accompanied by a catalog with scholarly essays and robust outreach & education programs.  This exhibition will investigate the prominent Chicana artist Linda Vallejo through an installation, catalog, and robust education programs. The installation include...

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  Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) Zoom Project Chapter 6 January 20, 2021 Chief Curator Gabriela Urtiaga (@gabyurtiaga) joined multi-disciplinary artist Linda Vallejo (@lindavallejoart) for a virtual conversation exploring how Vallejo fuses history, pop culture, and data into works that discuss the politics of color, class, culture, and power.  

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Art/World: Mexico Virtual group exhibition bG Gallery Los Angeles, CA A virtual travel adventure exploring art around the world presented by bG Gallery and the Venice Institute of Contemporary Art     Mexico is bordered to the north by the United States, to the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea, and to the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Mexican society is characterized by extremes of wealth and poverty, with a...

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Cultural Enigma VI     There Can Be No Instructions Knockdown Center, New York, NY curated by Tanya Gayer October 16 – December 19, 2021     Words often solidify histories; they establish the stories we tell each other and demarcate associations, tastes, and knowledge. Words such as Mexican-American, Chicanx, latinx, all carry an intersection of multiple identities, languages, political affiliations,...

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                      In 2010-2015 Latino college graduates grew by 40.6%     HERland: Women Artists in the MOLAA Collection curated by Gabriela Urtiaga, MOLAA Chief Curator Originally, Herland is the title of a novel published in 1915 by the American feminist writer Charlotte Perkins Gilman, who tells the story about an utopian paradise where only women live in a sort...

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