Exhibitions


  The Salon at The Wing West Hollywood The Wing is a network of work and community spaces designed for women. We create spaces where our members feel safe and empowered to create, connect and generate opportunities. The Salon at The Wing is a permanent exhibition with rotating artworks displayed all throughout the spaces. LOCATIONS: Chicago, West Hollywood, London, New York (4 sites), Boston, San Francisco, Toronto, and Seattle...

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  Linda Vallejo: Brown Belongings solo exhibition L.A. Plaza de Cultura y Artes 501 North Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 213.542.6259 Exhibition Dates: June 1, 2019-January 13, 2020 L.A. Plaza Executive Director: John Echeveste Senior Curator: Erin M. Curtis, Ph.D. Associate Curator: Mariah Berlanga-Shevchuk, M.A. Curatorial Assistant: Esperanza Sanchez, M.A. Interim Curator: Susana Smith Bautista, Ph.D.   Press...

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Weaving Our Legacies Through Prayer group exhibition Self Help Graphics & Art Mujeres de Maiz Los Angeles, CA Saturday, March 9-April 5, 2019     The Art exhibition will feature womxn, femmes, GNC of color who use prayer ties to set intentions, send positivity and gratitude. This year’s theme represents ties we make to one another and to our paths of healing and self-love. As womxn of the earth connected to our...

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Linda Vallejo: American LatinX solo exhibition Kean University Karl and Helen Burger Gallery Union, New Jersey September 4-December 14, 2018     Kean University Karl and Helen Burger Gallery is pleased to present the beautifully brown body of work with 48 pieces by artist Linda Vallejo from her collections Make ‘em All Mexican and The Brown Dot Project. Vallejo paints historical figures and contemporary pop personalities...

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El Exploratorio: Zona I—Beyond the Limits and the Processes of Creation group exhibition Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), Gallery A & 1/2 B Long Beach, CA 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,...

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Entre Tinta y Lucha: 45 Years of Self Help Graphics & Art group exhibition California State University Los Angeles Fine Arts Gallery Los Angeles, CA August 21-Septemer 29, 2018     Curators: Michelle Lopez (Lecturer, Cal State LA), Victor Hugo Viesca (Professor, Cal State LA) Organizers: Betty Avila (Acting Director, Self Help Graphics & Art), Joel Garcia (Artist and Former Co-Director, Programs & Operations,...

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