MEAM Exhibitions


  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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My Hero: Contemporary Art & Supreme Action traveling group exhibition Curated by Carrie Lederer The Bedford Gallery Walnut Creek, CA 2016-2020 Current exhibition location: Museum of Art & Sciences Daytona Beach, FL February 2-May 5, 2019     My Hero presents a sprawling collection of 50-75 international artworks that explore iconic superhero imagery, along with reimagined interpretations of our classic heroes. The...

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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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Linda Vallejo: Selections from the Make ‘Em All Mexican, The Brown Dot Project, and The Brown Oscars solo exhibition Reynolds Gallery Texas A&M University College Station, Texas September 14-October 29, 2016     Over 40 works from the Make ‘Em All Mexican and The Brown Dot Project will be featured in a solo exhibition at Texas A & M Reynolds Gallery curated by Mary Compton, the Visual Arts Committee students, and the...

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Embedded Messages, Debating the Dream: Truth, Justice and the American Way group exhibition Peppers Art Gallery University of the Redlands Redlands, CA October 18-November 12, 2016     Embedded Messages examines the current polarized political climate in regards to social justice — can we still identify the American dream and if so, who does the dream apply to? In today’s complicated sociopolitical climate,...

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Appropriations Denise Bibro Fine Art Gallery New York, NY October 8-November 4, 2015     Appropriations is a highlight exhibition of re-purposed media featuring work by artists Linda Vallejo, Carlos Estevez, and Tyrome Tripoli. Adopted and recycled imagery re-contextualize human-made visual culture. With readymade and found-object iconography, Appropriations spotlights a cohesive sampling of re-work distinct to each...

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