Posts by vallejo@earthlink.net


El Exploratorio: Zona I – Beyond the Limits and the Processes of Creation Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), Gallery A & 1/2 B Long Beach, CA EXHIBITION DATES: April 21—July 29, 2018 Over the course of human evolution, technological and scientific innovation has played a fundamental role in aesthetic development. Aristotle referred to art as techne, the practical skills and knowledge necessary for humans to create, with the...

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Bridges in Time of Walls: Chicano/Mexican Art from Los Angeles to Mexico City Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City Exhibition Dates: September 21 – November 25, 2018  presents a distinguished selection of over 50 artworks by premiere artists of Mexican heritage now living – or having lived – in Southern California. AltaMed has gathered some of the most historically significant and prestigious artworks from various collections...

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Hablamos Juntos Group Exhibition Pajaro Valley Arts Council In partnership with Museo Eduardo Carrillo and the Young Writers Program Watsonville, CA August 8—October 7, 2018 In partnership with Museo Eduardo Carrillo and the Young Writers Program, and curated by Juan Fuentes, PVA will present a group exhibit from August 8—October 7, 2018. The Hablamos Juntos exhibit and the educational components we develop for the exhibit and the...

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Diverted Destruction 11: The Human Condition The Loft at Liz’s, Los Angeles, CA EXHIBITION DATES: June 23 – September 25, 2018 OPENING RECEPTION:  June 23, 7 – 10 pm ARTIST TALK:  August 8, 7 – 9 pm “The mission of Diverted Destruction has always been to inspire people to be creative with all the things we throw away in our daily lives.” – Liz Gordon “In the midst of the destruction, we...

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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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