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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 as...

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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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Weaving Cultures ChimMaya Gallery Los Angeles, CA November 5—December 5 An exhibition by women….celebrating diversity, unity, and cross-cultural acceptance. We’ve invited an extraordinary group of artists to participate in a new exhibition in our gallery, showcasing the talents of established, mid-career, and emerging artists. Weaving Cultures is a blending of styles, themes, mediums, and cultural diversity, that embodies the artwork...

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We Need Protests. And Paintings. The New York Times By Héctor Tobar January 27, 2018 Excerpt: ‘The history of Latino diaspora art in Los Angeles shows that even small, local works can produce big cultural shifts. In the 1970s, a group of Los Angeles artists at the barrio gallery Self-Help Graphics wanted their community to celebrate the beauty of Mexican culture. So they worked to recreate Mexican “Día de los Muertos” (Day of...

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