Publications, Critical Review & Interviews


PUBLICATIONS, CRITICAL REVIEWS & INTERVIEWS

 

2018

 

My Hero! Contemporary Art & Superhero Action, International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS)

“Art Speaks, Lend Your Voice” at Arena 1 Galllery, Art and Cake LA, by Genie Davis

Art as Resistance: Curating A Show at Charles White Elementary School, Unframed LACMA, by Chi-Young Kim

We Need Protests. And Paintings., The New York Times, by Héctor Tobar

In these two art shows, the political is personal for our post-Women’s March countryLA Times, by Christopher Knight

¡Hasta L.A. vista! Los Angeles shows Latin America’s art and its influence on California culture in several museumsZeit Online, Weltkunst issue no. 1/2018, By Sebastian Press

 

 

2017

 

Signs of the Times, Vasari21, by Ann Landi

One Year: The Art of Politics in Los Angeles, LA Art News

ONE YEAR of Living Dangerously: Political Art Comes of Age in LA, Art and Cake LA, by Lawrence Gipe

Self Help Graphics and the Birth of Modern Day Día de los MuertosKCET Artbound, by Jordan Riefe

Inside Self Help Graphics & Art Día De Los Muertos: A Cultural Legacy, Past Present & Future / PST: LA/LA, Fabrik Magazine, Issue 37, by Eva Recinos

Linda Vallejo: Artillery Magazine “Pick of the Week,” Artillery Magazine, by Annabel Osberg

Linda Vallejo “Keepin’ it Brown” bG gallery, Art and Cake LA, by Lawrence Gipe

Latin America Colonizes Los Angeles Via Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, AEQAI, by Annabel Osberg

Brown Washing: Linda Vallejo turns the tables on cultural appropriation for the Getty’s citywide tribute to Latin American influence on Los AngelesThe Argonaut, by Christina Campodonico

Marisa Caichiolo: “In each of my shows there is a significant group of women with a prominent voice, Nueva Mujer, by Denisse Leigthon

Deconstructing Liberty: A Destiny Manifested, Art and Cake LA, by Liz Goldner

The Making of A Universal History of Infamy, Unframed LACMA, by Chi-Young Kim

Liberty of Art for All, Curator Love, by Erika Hirugami

Exhibits will Celebrate Latin American and Latino Art in Orange County, LA Times, by Caitlin Yoshiko Kandil

‘Homage to Mango Street’ showcases Latino artists in tribute to Sandra Cisneros, The Chautaquan daily, by Adrianna Jereb

‘Homage to Mango Street’ exhibition curators Kimes, Bibro to present first 2017 VACI lectures, The Chautauquan Daily, by Adrianna Jerub

Guest critic: ‘Homage to Mango Street’ channels ‘mission to promote dialogue,’ The Chautauquan Daily, by Howard Halle, editor-at-large and chief art critic for Time Out New York

Champions of Chicano Art Need to Face Reality: A Response to Cheech Marin’s New Art Center, ArtNet News, by Karen Mary Davalos

15 Female Artists Who’ve Shaped the L.A. Art Scene, LA Weekly, by Eva Recinos

Embedded Messages, Debating the Dream: Truth, Justice and the American Way, The Huffington Post, by Amy Pleasant

Portraits of an Immigrant-Filled Nation at Walter Maciel Gallery, KQED Arts, by Sarah Hotchkiss and Kelly Whalen

A New Exhibit Traces the Influence of Zines and Books on L.A.’s Art Scene, LA Weekly, by Eva Recinos

Walter Maciel Gallery Shines with Politics and Poetry, Art and Cake LA, by Genie Davis

Artists Reckon With Trump’s Inauguration, NY Times, by Michael Paulson and Andrew R. Chow

Artist’s Mobilize: With Liberty and Justice for Some . . . An Exhibition Honoring Immigrants, The Huffington Post, by Amy Pleasant

The L.A. Art Show Reinvents Itself Again — with Help from Major Museums, LA Times, by Deborah Vankin

Chicana/o Remix: Art and Errata since the Sixties, New York University Press, by Karen Mary Davalos, ISBN: 9781479821129

Linda Vallejo: Datos Sagrados, by Shana Nys Dambrot, Los Angeles, CA

Craft in America: Borders Episode, PBS premiere

Art Traffic interview, Art Traffic, by Thomas Adams

Metrópolis – Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (I), The Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española (RTVE)

 

2016

 

Current events at the heart of Pepper Art Gallery’s ‘Embedded Messages’, Redlands Daily Facts, by Suzanne Sproul

In her series ‘Make ‘Em All Mexican,’ artist Linda Vallejo imagines #OscarsSoBrown, Los Angeles Times Calendar Section, Cover Feature, by Jorge Rivas

‘You want to be a Mexican, here you go’: Linda Vallejo on her ‘Brown Oscars’, ARTnews, by Maximilíano Durón

Meet the artist who’s turning all the white Oscar winners brown, Fusion, by Jorge Rivas

Linda Vallejo Brownwashed Past Oscar Winners In ‘Make ‘Em All Mexican’ Collection, Remezcla, by Andrew S. Vargas

How to address #OscarsSoWhite? LA artist says ‘Make ‘Em All Mexican’, KPCC ‘Take Two’ radio interview with A. Martinez

Mujeres de Maíz, ONE: Body, Mind, Spirit, Zine vol. 14

Linda Vallejo: Charge of the Soul, by Shana Nys Dambrot, art critic and curator

The Art of Memory: Ten Stories Written and Illustrated by Ten Artists, The Latino Family Literacy Project, published by Lectura Books

 

2015

 

The one museum show Donald Trump should see this summer, New York Post, by Barbara Hoffman, New York, NY

Madre/Mother, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, cover image, Mujeres de Maíz, Los Angeles, CA

CHST 146: Humor & The Chicana/O Artist, Instructed by Sara V. Hinojos, cover art by Linda Vallejo

Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social, published with support from New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science and the School of Himanities, Arts and Cultural Studies at Arizona State University, AZ

Artidata: “The Brown Dot Project” As a Translative Process essay by Peter Frank, Los Angeles, CA

L.A’s 8 Most Influential Chicana and Chicano Arts, The Culture Trip, international online publication

Make ‘Em All Mexican: Works By Linda Vallejo, video interview, produced by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC), Los Angeles, CA

 

2014

 

Self Help Graphics & Art: Art in the Heart of East Los Angeles, published by UCLA Chicano Archives, Volume 1 (January), Second Edition, edited by Colin Gunckel, University of Michigan

Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studiespublished by UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Los Angeles, CA

Ofrendas of the Flesh, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, published by the Mujeres de Maíz, Los Angeles, CA

Brownout: Linda Vallejo Paints a New Color Scheme, Artillery Magazine, by Editor Tulsa Kinney, Los Angeles, CA

Hidden Brownness, albertini 2014 the kite, by Rosanna Albertini

The Browning of the American Dream, F.A.M.E. NYC Magazine, by Afrika Brown

La Fabulosa Obra Artística de Linda Vallejo, LaNetaNeta Mag, by Edgar Ayala, February

Linda Vallejo’s Cultural Transfigurations, The Culture Catch, by DD Lombardi

 

2013

 

Tapping the Third Realm: Artists Exploring Spiritual Dimensions, KCET Artbound, by Tyler Stallings

Linda Vallejo’s Art Show Makes Pop Culture Icons Look Mexican, LA Weekly Magazine, by Eva Recinos, Los Angeles, CA

Identity Blinging: Mujeres de Maíz Flor Y Canto, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Issue No. 11, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo: Make ‘Em All Mexican, Artweek, Los Angeles, CA

Fleshing the Spirit: Spirituality and Activism in Chicana, Latina, and Indigenous Women’s Lives, by Elisa Facio and Irene Lara, University of Arizona Press

Make ‘Em All Mexican – Repurposed Art, KRWGTV/FM Radio, by Emily Guerra, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Linda Vallejo Oral History, Chicano Studies Research Center, interviewed by Karen Mary Davalos, UCLA

 

2012

 

On Creativity ~ Linda Vallejo, Interesting People Blog, by Shän Boggs

Random Acts of Time, curated by William Moreno, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA

Rites of Passage: Mujeres de Maíz Flor Y Canto, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Issue No. 10, Los Angeles, CA

Three Places: Pacific Standard Time artist Linda Vallejo, KPCC FM/Off-Ramp, by Kevin Ferguson

Three Places: Pacific Standard Time artist Linda Vallejo, by Kevin Ferguson/KPCC FM/Off-Ramp

 

2011

 

Linda Vallejo: “Make ‘Em All Mexican” at Avenue 50 Gallery, Art Ltd. Magazine, by Marlena Donohue, Editor, Los Angeles, CA

Suffragette City, Art Ltd. Magazine, by Betty Ann Brown, January

Feminism and art exhibit to open at Otis College Ben Maltz Gallery, The Argonaut, September 2011

Soldadera de Amor: Mujeres de Maíz, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Issue No. 9, Los Angeles, CA

Turtle Island to Abya Yala, Malinalli Press, Edited by Mica Valdez, San Francisco, CA

Linda Vallejo: New Works, DIC Press, edited by Dismas Reinald Apostolis, July 8, ISBN 6136929805, 9786136929804

 

2010

 

L.A. Rising: SoCal Artists Before 1980, published by California International Arts Foundation, Editor, Lyn Kienholz

One. The Mind Aware, published by New Momentum For Human Unity Productions, ISBN: 978-1-4507-1851-6

13 BAKTUN: Return to the Wisdom of the Elders, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Los Angeles, CA

Bringing Aztlán to Mexican Chicago: My Life, My Work, My ArtUniversity of Illinois Press, by Jóse Gamaliel González

Xochiquetzalli Anthology, Macha Femme Press

Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia Vol. 1, by David J. Leonard, Sharpe Reference, ISBN-10: 0765680831, ISBN-13: 978-0765680839

 

2009

 

Speak for the Trees. exhbition and catalog published by Marquand Books, created by Friesen Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho, and Seattle, Washington

Show & Tell: the art of language, The Zimmer Children’s Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo, Focus on the Masters Artist Archives and Interview, by Donna Granata, Ventura, CA

 

2008

 

Somos Medicina – Mujeres de Maíz, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Exhibition and Publication, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Latina/o Healing Practices: Mestizo and Indigenous Perspectives, published by Routledge, edited by Brian W. McNeill and Jose M. Cervantes, ISBN-10: 0415954207, ISBN-13: 978-0415954204

Linda Vallejo: A Prayer for the Earth, by Ann Landi, contributing editor of ARTnews and author of the four-volume Schirmer Encyclopedia of Art

 

2007

 

Linda Vallejo: Life Choices and Turning Points, Downtown LA Life Magazine, Artist Cover Story, Los Angeles, CA

Cantando Al Amanecer, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Issue no. 5, Los Angeles, CA

What makes Linda Vallejo’s art so compelling and relevant to contemporary life?, by William Moreno, curator and critic, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo, by John Mendelsohn, writer and critic, New York, NY

Floating World, Metro Gallery exhibition catalog, by Betty Ann Brown, Hollywood, CA

Nature Exposed: An Interview with Linda Vallejo, Her Circle Ezine Feature Article, by Diane Leon Ferdico, University of New York, New York

Breaking In Two, documentary by Sabine Sighichelli featuring Linda Vallejo

Chicano/Latino Arts of Los Angeles Oral History Project, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC); Terezita Romo, Project Coordinator and Dr. Karen Mary Davalos, Los Angeles, CA

Nature Exposed: An Interview with Linda Vallejo; Her Circle Ezine Feature Article by Diane Leon Ferdico, NY University, New York

 

2004

 

Patricia Correia Gallery: Chicana y Chicano Artists in Group Exhibits, Latin Style Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

 

2003

 

Sons and Daughters of Los: Culture and Community in L.A., Wide Angle Books, by David James, Temple University Press, ISBN-10: 1592130135, ISBN-13: 978-1592130139, February 27, 2003

 

2002

 

Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art: 2002, Bi-Lingual Press, Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

A to Z of American Women in the Visual Arts, Facts on File publishers, by Carol Kort and Liz Sonneborn, ISBN-10: 0816043973, ISBN-13: 978-0816043972

 

2001

 

Linda Vallejo y Su Visión de los Cielos, Nuestra Gente Magazine, by Lilian Jiménez, Los Angeles, CA

Celebrating Art, Life, and El Día De Los Muertos with Artist Linda Vallejo, Latin Style Magazine, by Judi Jordan, Issue 41, Los Angeles, CA

Two of a Kind: Artists with different backgrounds but similar concerns featured together in Pomona Arts Colony exhibit, Inland Empire Calendar, by Susan McCormack, February, Pomona, CA

Mother Earth/Father Sky, Southern California Artists Gallery (SCA), Pomona Arts Colony, Pomona, CA

Latinos: A Biography Of The People,W.W. Norton & Company, by Earl Shorris, New York, NY

 

2000

 

Los Cielos 2000:  The Work of Linda Vallejoby Sybil Venegas, art historian, Los Angeles, CA

Chicana Artists Speak on their Work, Cal State Los Angeles University Times, by Jennifer Ashley, 167, No. 14.

Celebrating Life Forces: Linda Vallejo, Los Angeles Times Calendar Section, by Leah Ollman

Notes from the Living Room Couch: A Collector Speaks Out, Armando Durón, art collector, Los Angeles, CA

Urban Prayers: The Celestial Imagery of Linda Vallejo, by Reina Prado, educator and curator

Oxnard Museum Readies First Exhibit of New Artworks, Los Angeles Times, by Katie Cooper

Images of Ambiente: Homotextuality and Latin American Art 1810-today, by Rudi Bleys, Bloomsbury Academic, ISBN-10: 0826447236, ISBN-13: 978-0826447234

Chicanos en Mictlan: Día de Los Muertos in California, University of Michigan, by Tere Romo, The Museum, ISBN-10: 1880508087, ISBN-13: 9781880508084

Feminism on the Border: Chicana Gender Politics and Literature, University of California Press, by Sonia Saldívar-Hull, ISBN: 9780520207332

Chicana artists speak on their work, University Times, California State University, Los Angeles, CA

 

1999

 

Linda Vallejo: Los Cielos/The Heavens, Saludos Hispanos Magazine

Latin American Women Artists of the United States, published by McFarland & Company, Inc., by Robert Henkes, Jefferson, NC

Exposición Resalta el Arte de Angelinos, Los Angeles Times Nuestro Tiempo, by Leila Cobo, Los Angeles, CA

 

1998

 

The Reader’s Companion to U.S. Women’s History, Houghton Mifflin Company, edited by Marysa Navarro, Gwendolyn Mink, Gloria Steinem, Wilma Mankiller, Barbara Smith, ISBN-10: 0618001824, ISBN-13: 78-0618001828

Exposición Resalta el Arte de Angelinos, Los Angeles Times Nuestro Tiempo, Los Angeles, CA

Chicano Art Moves Beyond Murals, Art Business News

Collecting Latin American Art, Hispanic Business Magazine

 

1997

 

Artists Draw from Culture and Tradition for Inspiration, Art Business News, by Laura Meyers, April

Hispanic and Latin American Art, Southwest Art Magazine, by Carol Damian

Retratos-Portraits, Luz en Arte y Literatura, Luz Bilingual Publishing, Inc., by Carol Damian, Editor: Verónica Miranda, Tarzana, CA

Living Chicana Theory, Third Woman Press, edited by Carla Trujillo, ISBN-10: 0943219159, ISBN-13: 978-0943219158, Berkeley, CA

Galeria Las Americas and the “Dama de la Pintura” Linda Vallejo, Valle de Coachella, by Kayo

 

1996

 

Latin Style: Arte de las Américas, Latin Style Magazine, Vol. II, No. 3

Strong Hearts, Inspired Minds: 21 Artists Who are Mothers Tell Their Stories, Rowanberry Books, by Anne Mavor with photographs by Christine Eagon, Portland, Oregon

El Amanecer de Galería Las Americas, Vecinos del Valle/Daily News, Artists’ Profiles, by Rafael Arrieta-Eskarzaga, Los Angeles, CA

Arte de las Américas: 1996, Los Angeles Times Calendar Section, Los Angeles, CA

Vallejo and the Art of the Americas, Hispanic Reporter

The History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement, PBS Documentary

Linda Vallejo: Artist Interview, KCET TV Life and Time, Los Angeles, CA

 

1995

 

Vallejo and the Art of the Americas, The Hispanic Reporter, Los Angeles, CA

A Question of Balance: Artists and Writers on Motherhood, Papier Mache Press, by Judith Pierce Rosenberg, Watsonville, CA

Material Christianity: Religion and Popular Culture in America, Yale University Press, by Colleen McDannell, Newhaven & London

The Chicana Art Multimedia Database, Stanford University, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, Univision Hola Los Angeles, Spanish Language Television, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, KABC Vista LA: Buscando America, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, KPFK Radio Up for Air, Los Angeles, CA

 

1994

 

United: All the Continent, Galería Las Americas, ARTNews Magazine, by Suzanne Muchnic, Tokyo & NY

Linda Vallejo, Artweek Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 7, Los Angeles, CA

Art Pick Of The Week: Linda Vallejo, LA Weekly, Vol. 16, No. 51, by Maria Elena Fernando, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo, The National Hispanic Reporter, Washington, DC

Linda Vallejo “Sola!”, ArtScene Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

I am Woman, Watch Me Soar: Linda Vallejo Canvasses the Feminist Spirit in ‘Sóla!, Los Angeles Downtown News, Vol. 23, No. 48, by Victoria Looseleafe, Los Angeles, CA

Dimensions of the Americas: Art and Social Change in Latin America and the United States, The University of Chicago Press, by Shifra M. Goldman, ISBN: 0-226-30123-0, Chicago, IL

Linda Vallejo Interview, Ola Los Angeles, Galavision Television, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, LA After Dark, Buenavision Television, Los Angeles, CA

 

1993

 

Collecting Collectors: Galería Las Americas Cultivates a Following and a Roster that Spans the Hemisphere, Los Angeles Downtown News, by Suzanne Lummis , Vol. 22, No. 6, Los Angeles, CA

Downtown Lives, Downtown Arts Development Association, Long Beach, CA

Linda Vallejo: Artist Interview, Pasadena Star-News, Pasadena, CA

 

1992

 

Museums and Communities: The Politics of Public CultureSmithsonian Books, by Ivan Karp (Editor), Christine Mullen Kreamer (Editor), Steven Levine (Editor)ISBN 10: 156098189X, ISBN-13: 978-1560981893, Washington, D.C.

Los Hispanos Tienen su Galería de Arte, Más Magazine, Chicago, Ill

Linda Vallejo, Art from the RootsLa Gente Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

 

1991

 

Companeros and Partners: The CARA Project, Smithsonian Institution Press, by Alicia M. Gonzalez and Edith A. Tonelli, paper presented at the conference Museums and Communities for Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation (CARA), ISBN: 1-56098-164-4 (h), ISSN: 1-56098-189-x (p), Washington, D.C.

Linda Vallejo: Símbolo y Fuerza at Galería Nueva, Latin American Art, Special Exhibitions Publication, Galería Nueva, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo, Símbolo y Fuerza Review, ArtScene Magazine, Vol. 11, No. 2, by Dr. Edith A. Tonelli, Los Angeles, CA

Símbolo y Fuerza de Dualidad Espiritual: La Visión de Linda Vallejo, Los Angeles Daily News, Los Angeles, CA

Premian a Hispanas Destacadas en Diversas Esferas ProfesionalesLa Opinión Newspaper, Los Angeles, CA

Chicano Art, Resistance and Affirmation 1965—1985, Wight Art Galleryby Shifra M. Goldman (Author), Marcos Sanchez-Tranquilino (Author), David R. Maciel (Author), Harry Gamboa (Author), Amalia Mesa-Bains (Author), Victor A. Sorell (Author), Jacinto Quirarte (Author), Richard Griswold del Castillo (Editor), Teresa McKenna (Editor), Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano (Editor), ISBN-10: 0943739152, ISBN-13: 978-0943739151

 

1990

 

Chicano and Latino Artists of Los Angeles, photographs by Alejandro Rosas, published by City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles, CA

American Women Sculptors: A History of Women Working in Three Dimensions, G. K. Hall Publications, by Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein, ISBN-10: 0816187320, Boston, MA

Tapping the Unconscious: Linda Vallejo at Galeria Nueva, Artweek, Vol. 21, No. 39, by Shirle Gottlieb, Los Angeles, CA

La Obra de Linda Vallejo Refleja el Retorno a la Tierra, La Opinión Newspaper, by Alicia V. Alarcón, Los Angeles, CA

Spirited Show Highlights Women, The Press-Courier: Upfront, by Lisa McKinnon, Oxnard, CA

La “Galería Nueva,” Un Espacio Internacional Para el Arte Chicano y Latino, La Opinión Newspaper, Los Angeles, CA

Al Tanto: Catorce Cuentos ContemporáneosHoughton Mifflin Company, by Gene S. Kupferschmid, Boston College, Boston, MA & New York, NY

Aquí Estamos…Y No Nos Vamos, The Chronicle, by John Fitch, San Bernardino, CA

Galeria Nueva to host grand opening exhibit, publication and author unknown, Los Angeles, CA

California Artists Review, Chicago, IL

 

1989

 

Artist Vallejo Honored, Long Beach Weekly Newspaper, CA

Focus on Women Artist, Los Angeles Times Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

Exposures: Women & Their Artby Betty Ann Brown and Arlene Raven, NewSage Press, Pasadena, CA

Exposure for women in the arts, Star-News Today, by Kathy Register, Los Angeles, CA

Feature Artist Article, OLA Magazine, Long Beach, CA

Linda Vallejo, Una Artista Vinculada a la Mitología y la Naturaleza, La Opinión Panorama Dominical, by Alejandro Rosas, Los Angeles, CA

Galería Nueva to Host Grand Opening Exhibit, Eastside Journal-Belvedere Citizen, Los Angeles, CA

 

1988

 

Shrines at the Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), Artweek Magazine, San Jose, CA

‘Shrines’ to spirit of life: Hippodrome works celebrate, venerate, Long Beach Spotlight Press-Telegram, by Dinah Berland, Long Beach, CA

1st Annual Hispanic Heritage Auction, Cover Illustration

MALDEF, Mexican American Legal Defense Annual Report

 

1987

Viva El Arte!, Arte, Forma y Color, Numero III, Guadalajara, Mexico

 

1986

 

Chicano artists create monuments for their culture, The Orange County Register, by Suvan Geer

Declaración de una Artista, Fem. Magazine, Diffusion Cultural Feminists, A.C., pg 52, Mexico, D.F.

 

1985

 

Brody Arts Fund Gives $100,000 in Minority Aid, LA Times, by Zan Dubin

Federation Sponsors Multi-Cultural Exhibit, Los Angeles Today, Vol. 13, No. 162, by Naomi Pfefferman

Latino artists will have works exhibited, Belvedere Citizen, Eastside Journal, Los Angeles, CA

Women’s History Month: Honors the Unsung, Long Beach Press Telegram, Long Beach, CA

 

1984

 

Southern California Women Writers And Artists, by Jacqueline De Angelis and Aleida Rodriguez, Books Of A Feather: Alyson Publications, ASIN: B004V71Q7E, Boston, MA

 

1983

 

Madre Tierra: Una Idea, Una Exposición, Una Publicacion, La Opinión Newspaper, by Shifra M. Goldman, Los Angeles, CA

Lady-Unique-Inclination-of-the-Night: Cycle 6, Autumn 1983, University of Texas, by Kay F. Turner and Joanna E. Labow, Lady Unique Sowing Circle, Austin, TX

Women Artists in Los Angeles, Spinning Off Newsletter, The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

Chicana Voices and Visions: A National Exhibit of Women Artists, International Center for the Arts of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, ICAA Record ID 803291, by Shifra M. Goldman

Madre Tierra Press announcement, Caminos Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

Magnificent Masks: An Expressive, Well-Time Exhibit of an Ancient Art, The Sacramento Bee, by Ellen Schlesinger, Sacramento, CA

 

1982

 

201: Homenaje a la Ciudad de Los Angeles/The Latino Experience in Los Angeles, Popular Graphics, Los Angeles, CA

Madre Tierra Press, exhibition and publication, The Woman’s Building and Graphic Center, Los Angeles, CA

American Women Artists: from Early Indian Times to the Present, the first complete story of the lives and art of hundreds of women artists who have enriched our heritage since the beginnings of American History, Avon Books, by Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein, ISBN-10: 0380611015, ISBN-13: 978-0380611010, Boston, MA

 

1981

 

Latino Writer, Inc., Chismearte Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

 

1980

 

Linda Vallejo, Caminos Magazine, Vol. 1, No.6, by Kelly Hollister, Vol. 1, No. 6., October, Los Angeles, CA

Thorns and Roses, Artweek Magazine, Vol. 11, No. 30, by Shifra M. Goldman, September 20, Los Angeles, CA

Talento Mexicano en LA, Imagen Magazine, by Aida Ferrarone, October 1, Mexico, D.F.

Community Art Centers in Los Angeles, Spinning Off Newsletter, by Annette Hunt and Mary McNally, January, Los Angeles, CA

Work/Lives in the Graphic Arts, Linda Vallejo, Teresa Vasquez Woodward, The Woman’s Building

 

1979

 

Linda Vallejo, Spinning Off Newsletter, Los Angeles, CA

 

1978

 

Muriel Olguin, Linda Vallejo to Exhibit Prints, Harbor Living

Ancient Roots/New Visions Announcement, Art News Magazine, by Josine Ianco-Starrels

 

1977

 

Barrio Arts and Crafts, East Los Angeles Brooklyn Belvedere Comet, Volume XXIX

 

1969 

 

Lix Bearitz Magazine, Torrejon, Madrid, Spain

Whittier College Theater Department, Production Shots, Whittier, CA