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Linda Vallejo: Brown Belongings LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes Los Angeles, CA June 1, 2019—January 6, 2020 Erin M. Curtis, Ph.D., Senior Curator Mariah Shevchuk, Associate Curator Esperanza Sanchez, M.A., Curatorial Assistant With critical essays by Karen Mary Davalos, Professor, Chicano and Latino Studies Department, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Bill Moreno, curator and critic and Michelle E. Lopez, Lecturer, Department of...

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Linda Vallejo, American LatinX Kean University Karl and Helen Burger Gallery 1000 Morris Ave. Union, New Jersey 07083 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 brown;...

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Hablamos Juntos/Together We Speak Un Dialogo Visual/A Visual Dialogue Pajaro Valley Arts Council in collaboration with El Museo Eduardo Carrillo and the Young Writers Program Curated by Juan R. Fuentes and Michelle P. Mouton 37 Sudden St, Watsonville, CA 95076 EXHIBITION DATES: August 8 —October 7, 2018 PANEL DISCUSSION: Saturday, September 15, 2—3:30 pm     In partnership with Museo Eduardo Carrillo and the Young Writers Program,...

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Los Angeles County Natural History Museum Permanent Exhibition Becoming Los Angeles: L.A.’s Story, Reimagined Reopening June 1, 2018     The Museum’s permanent exhibition, reopening June 1, tells the story of how Los Angeles transformed from a tiny pueblo to a sprawling metropolis. It’s a 500-year saga of how L.A. went from cowboys to cars, which battles raged in its backyards, how Hollywood was born, and why an aqueduct changed...

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Pure Not Proper  Opening Reception: June 9, 2018, 5 -9 pm Coagula Curatorial presents PURE NOT PROPER a group show curated by Adrineh Baghdassarian. Utilizing artists from across the globe, the exhibit purposely blends borders to create a diverse perspective on global consciousness and to showcase multiple artists and then material usage. “My show questions the systems of values across the globe” Baghdassarian explained. “Every...

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A Universal History of Infamy as part of LACMA PST LA/LA Charles White Elementary School Gallery Los Angeles, CA Exhibition Dates: December 4, 2017—October 8, 2018 Opening Reception: January 20, 6—8pm     A Universal History of Infamy is a group exhibition that primarily relates to the Latino/Chicano experience and beyond. The show is a part of LACMA PST LA/LA and will consist of works borrowed from LACMA’s permanent collection...

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