Publications


Linda Vallejo “Keepin’ it Brown” bG gallery, Santa Monica, CA by Lawrence Gipe Art and Cake LA September 30 Excerpt: ‘Although political, “The Brown Dot Project” exudes the zen-like chill factor of Agnes Martin. The entire suite has a charming, “loving hands at home” quality in its tactile simplicity. The visual appeal of each pattern collides skillfully with the statistical backstory – transporting the viewer from abstraction...

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Chicana/o Remix: Art and Errata since the Sixties by Karen Mary Davalos ISBN: 9781479821129 New York University Press 2017 Linda Vallejo’s artwork featured on pages 116-117 Purchase book Chicana/o Remix casts new light not only on artists—such as Sandra de la Loza, Judy Baca, and David Botello, among others—but on the exhibitions that feature their work, and the collectors, curators, critics, and advocates who engage it....

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Brown Washing: Linda Vallejo turns the tables on cultural appropriation for the Getty’s citywide tribute to Latin American influence on Los Angeles by Christina Campodonico September 20, 2017 Read the full article here Download...

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Deconstructing Liberty: A Destiny Manifested by Liz Goldner Art and Cake August 27, 2017 Read the full article...

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Liberty of Art for All by Erika Hirugami, MAAB. Founder and CEO of CuratorLove August 7, 2017 Read the full article...

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Guest critic: ‘Homage to Mango Street’ channels ‘mission to promote dialogue’ by Howard Halle, editor-at-large and chief art critic for Time Out New York July 14, 2017 “Of the artists, only Linda Vallejo deals directly with the politics of identity, or more precisely, the vicissitudes of living as a Latino within a dominant Anglo culture. The Los Angeles-born artist’s “Drunken Revery” is an ensemble of antique liquor decanters,...

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