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Linda Vallejo: Artillery Magazine “Pick of the Week” Artillery Magazine By Annabel Osberg October 4, 2017 Excerpt: “Linda Vallejo’s show titled “Keepin’ It Brown” affects an antique store atmosphere. Folksily arranged ceramic figurines stand atop pedestals. Walls are adorned with framed pictures of celebrities and pieces appearing as needlepoint. Embedded in this homey pop-culture veneer is sharp cultural commentary. Many of the...

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Weaving Cultures ChimMaya Gallery November 5 Los Angeles, CA An exhibition by women….celebrating diversity, unity, and cross-cultural acceptance. We’ve invited an extraordinary group of artists to participate in a new exhibition in our gallery, showcasing the talents of established, mid-career, and emerging artists. Weaving Cultures is a blending of styles, themes, mediums, and cultural diversity, that embodies the artwork and makeup...

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The Brown Oscars We Choose Art and The Mezz Gallery at The Montalbán Theatre in collaboration with bG Gallery Exhibition dates: February 27—March 12, 2018 “Red carpet” opening reception: March 1, 7—10 pm Oscars after party: Sunday, March 4, 9—11 pm “With a bit of brown paint, Linda Vallejo draws attention to the absence of Mexican American culture in the mainstream.” – Carolina A. Miranda, Los Angeles Times We Choose...

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The Brown Oscars We Choose Art and The Mezz Gallery at The Montalbán Theatre in collaboration with bG Gallery Exhibition dates: February 27—March 12, 2018 “Red carpet” opening reception: March 1, 7—10 pm Oscars after party: Sunday, March 4, 9—11 pm “With a bit of brown paint, Linda Vallejo draws attention to the absence of Mexican American culture in the mainstream.” – Carolina A. Miranda, Los Angeles Times We Choose...

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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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