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Con una Mona Lisa morena, artista invita a debate racial en EEUU
AFP News
La primera vez que Linda Vallejo pensó en el color de su piel tenía 13 años. Ahora la artista chicana interviene elementos y personajes de una cultura popular, donde lo caucásico predomina, para volverlos morenos y llamar a un debate y conciencia racial.
Published on July 15, 2019

 

Et si Mickey et Mona Lisa étaient Mexicains?
AFP News
In Los Angeles, an American-Hispanic artist colors the skin of prestigious figures of painting and pop culture: “I make the Latino world, like me, to feel part of it,” says Linda Vallejo, whose 125 works are visible in California until January 2020.
Published on July 18, 2019

 

Brown Belongings Exhibit
L.A. This Week
Chicana artist Linda Vallejo has created an exhibit dedicated to an oft-excluded minority group, those with brown skin.
Published on June 6, 2019

 

See Something, Say Something
Museum of Sonoma County
Explore the thought-provoking works of David Huffman, Evri Kwong, and Linda Vallejo.
Published on April 10, 2019

 

Artist Linda Vallejo's “The Brown Dot Project” is an elegant solution to questions about Latino population data in Southern California. To break it down:-Within the area of each image are 48,400 squares.-48.3% of Los Angeles’ population is Latino.-48.3% of 48,400 squares is 23,377.**This piece contains 23,377 Brown Dots to represent the Latino population in Los Angeles.-She counts the dots in increments of 50. 23,377 dots equaling 467 sets of fifty dots plus 27.Here is Linda explaining her work currently displayed in MOLAA's exhibition, El Exploratorio.

Posted by Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) on Thursday, June 14, 2018

Linda Vallejo at Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)
Artist Linda Vallejo’s “The Brown Dot Project” is an elegant solution to questions about Latino population data in Southern California. To break it down:
-Within the area of each image are 48,400 squares.
-48.3% of Los Angeles’ population is Latino.
-48.3% of 48,400 squares is 23,377.
**This piece contains 23,377 Brown Dots to represent the Latino population in Los Angeles.
-She counts the dots in increments of 50. 23,377 dots equaling 467 sets of fifty dots plus 27.
Here is Linda explaining her work currently displayed in MOLAA’s exhibition, El Exploratorio.
Published on June 14, 2018

 

MOLAA | El Exploratorio: Zona I
Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach
In MOLAA’s newest exhibition, El Exploratorio: Zona I, artists examine the influence of science and technology in the processes of creation. This groundbreaking exhibition features 19 Latin American and Latino artists from Cuba, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and the United States. This dazzling and thought-provoking collection of technology-driven work will be on view until July 29th, 2018.
Published on April 24, 2018

 

2018 WOMEN’S CAUCUS FOR ART EXHIBITION
Santa Monica Art Studios, CA
Film by Eric Minh Swenson
The Women’s Caucus for Art is pleased to present ART SPEAKS! Lend Your Voice as their 2018 national conference exhibition. Curator Jill Moniz selected abstract and representational
artworks by 62 artists from across the country.
Published on Mar 15, 2018

 

Javier Poza entrevista a Linda Vallejo
Javier Poza en Formula
Publish on March 2, 2018

 

Art Speaks
The Women’s Caucus for Art presents ART SPEAKS! Lend Your Voice
Published on February 28, 2018

 

TFAP@CAA 2018 Special Panel Event — How will Feminist Culture Engage the Future?
Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities
This TFAP@CAA Special Panel Event took place on February 20, 2018, at Mudd Hall, University of Southern California. This event was presented by The Feminist Art Project at Rutgers University in partnership with the University of Southern California.
Published in 2018

 

Pacific Standard Time LA/LA—vol 8
Film by Peter Rashkin
Charles W. White Elementary School – A UNIVERSAL HISTORY OF INFAMY: Those of This America, with artists talk: Linda Vallejo, my old friend, and Isabel Avila, brilliant photographer. I also talked to artist Raul Baltazar and Curator Vincent Ramos. While other PST exhibitions are winding down, this one is just getting going. It will be open to the public Saturdays through next year. This is part of the show that just closed at LACMA. Ramos had a beautiful installation there as well.
Published on February 27, 2018

 

Los “Oscares morenos” de Linda Vallejo abren el diálogo al rol latino en Hollywood
AGENCIA EFE
(Imágenes: Iván Mejía) Entristecida por la “exclusión” latina en Hollywood, la pintora Linda Vallejo decidió mostrar en la exhibición “The Brown Oscars” (Los Oscares morenos) a grandes estrellas del cine con un tono de piel característico de los actores hispanos que echa en falta en la gran pantalla.
Published on Feb 26, 2018

 

Walkthrough: Mujeres de Maiz: Twenty Years of Artivism & Herstory en L.A.
Curator Felicia Montes and co-curator Michelle Lopez conduct a walk through of the art and artists that were part of the exhibition at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, March 4-May 29, 2017
Published on Feb 20, 2018

 

Metropolis—Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (I)
Produced by the Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española (RTVE)
Published on November 22, 2017
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IMAGEN ANGELENO: PST LA/LA
Film by Eric Minh Swenson
Published on November 18, 2017

 

DECONSTRUCTING LIBERTY: A DESTINY MANIFESTED : PST LALA
Film by Eric Minh Swenson
Deconstructing Liberty: A Destiny Manifested is part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles. Through performance, installation, video, and photography, these artists question ideas traditionally associated with American liberty as they resonate in forms of collective identity across the globe.
Published on October 30, 2017

 

PBS Craft in America: BORDERS episode
BORDERS explores the relationships and influences that Mexican and American craft artists have on each other. Artists, organizations and events featured include the Day of the Dead celebration, master altar builder Ofelia Esparza and Self Help Graphics & Art in Los Angeles; weaver J. Isaac Vásquez García and family of Teotitlán del Valle, Mexico; American weaver Jim Bassler and potter Veralee Bassler; the colorful Guelaguetza parade in Los Angeles; and Chicago artist Kiff Slemmons who works with maestro Francisco Toledo at the Art Paper Workshop in Mexico. This episode confirms that art is without borders. It is a pathway for creativity and the connections that make us all human.
PBS premiere September 29, 2017

 

Día de los Muertos: A Cultural Legacy, Past, Present & Future: Curator Linda Vallejo
Self Help Graphics & Art
Self Help Graphics Legacy Artist and curator of the exhibition, Linda Vallejo, speaks to her experience with the celebration.
Published on August 30, 2017

 

ART TRAFFIC Interview: Ep. 4 Linda Vallejo
Produced by Thomas Adams
Published on August 22, 2017

 

Linda Vallejo ‘Keepin it Brown’
bG Gallery
bG Gallery is pleased to present the LA debut of a beautifully brown body of work by artist Linda Vallejo from her Make ‘em All Mexican, Brown Oscars, and Brown Dot Project. Vallejo paints historical figures and contemporary pop personalities brown; revisions white iconic Oscar stars as brown-Mexican; and transforms Latino populations and workforce data into engaging visual representations using brown dots.
Published on August 9, 2017

 

LINDA VALLEJO – Modern Art Blitz episode #80
Produced by Coagula Curatorial Mat Gleason
Published on July 31, 2017

 

Los Four Meets Los 40
Gregorio Escalante Gallery & La Bodega Gallery in collaboration, is pleased to announce Los Four Meets Los 40
Published on March 31, 2017

 

Portraits of an Immigrant-Filled Nation | KQED Arts
KQED Arts
By Sarah Hotchkiss and Kelly Whalen
Published on February 8, 2017

 

LBGTQ Historic Places in L.A.: The Woman’s Building
Produced by the Los Angeles Conservancy
LGBTQ Historic Places in L.A. is a film project that aims to bring together a diversity of stories, perspectives, and experiences that reveal the layered historic and cultural importance of LGBTQ places throughout L.A. County. The films are the Conservancy’s latest addition to our Curating the City: LGBTQ Historic Places in L.A. microsite, launched in 2015. Released in partnership with KCET, each of the three short films showcase a different location and features on-site interviews with community members, as well as archival footage and ephemera. Each film tells part of a broad story about LGBTQ places, as well as their enduring value and increasing relevance today. The films were made possible through funding provided by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and produced by local media studio, FORM follows FUNCTION.
Published on Friday, January 6, 2017

 

My Hero! Contemporary Art & Superhero Action
Bedford Gallery
Beford Gallery Curator of Exhibitions and Programs Carrie Lederer discusses the My Hero! exhibition.
Published in 2016

 

The Art of Memory Book Trailer
Lectura Books
Ten remarkable artists are gathered in this bilingual children’s book to tell their most unforgettable childhood memory.
Published on Aug 18, 2016

 

Opening Reception: Doin’ it in Public: Art & Feminism at The Woman’s Building
Set to the original song written by Phranc for her concert “This Is Your Life: The Woman’s Building,” here are highlights of the Opening at the Otis College exhibit “Doin’ It In Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman’s Building” on October 1, 2011. The exhibit is part of “Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945 — 1980,” an initiative of the Getty with arts institutions across Southern California.
Published on December 8, 2016

 

Exhibition Reception and Artist’s Talk: “Make ‘Em All Mexican: Works by Linda Vallejo”
Produced by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC)
Published on January 21, 2015

 

Exposición del Taller Fronterizo/Border Workshop
Activity at the II International Cultural Festival El gran México 2014.
Published on Oct 3, 2014

 

LINDA VALLEJO: Make ’em All Mexican
By Edwin Vasquez
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, MOAH is pleased to present the art of Los Angeles Based artist Linda Vallejo’s Make ‘Em All Mexican.
Published on September 19, 2014

 

Aesthetic V Blog with Linda Vallejo
Hosted by Vicky Hamilton
Published on May 11, 2014

 

Momentum – WCA 40th Anniversary Conference
Highlights from the Women’s Caucus for Art 40th Anniversary Kick-off Celebration ‘Momentum’ in Los Angeles, CA
Published on Jun 20, 2012

 

LATINOPIA ART LINDA VALLEJO
Linda Vallejo is an accomplished artist whose works include paintings and installation pieces. In 2007 she had a show at the Metro Gallery in Los Angeles showcasing her move from portraits of nudes to landscapes. She explained to Latinopia about her shift in subject matter. This video was produced, is owned and copyrighted by Barrio Dog Productions Inc. and is posted on vimeo and Latinopia.com by permission.
Published on May 27, 2012

 

An Evening with Linda Vallejo
Linda Vallejo opening at The Museum of the Southwest, Midland TX
Published on Jan 28, 2012

 

Linda Vallejo Leads Prayer
For the Opening Reception Of “Doin’ It In Public, Feminism And Art At The Women’s Building. This ceremony pays homage to the elements of earth, water, fire, and air, the four cardinal directions, mother earth, father sky, and the great spirit. An altar was built with special items donated by members of the audience that recall the relationships, memories and accomplishments of the Woman’s Building community. This event took place at the Otis College of Art & Design.
Published on Jan 12, 2012

 

Otis College: Doin It In Public: Tour of the Exhibition
Part of the unprecedented collaboration initiated by the Getty, “Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945-1980;” Otis College of Art and Design mounted the Exhibition “Doin’ It In Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman’s Building.” Curators Meg Linton and Sue Maberry lead us on a tour through the Gallery. Along with historical ephemera and documentation, the show surveys the work of groundbreaking feminist artists/designers and artist collectives who gathered together at the Los Angeles Woman’s Building from 1973 through 1991.
Published on Dec 12, 2011

 

Topanga Canyon (USC Dornsife College Documentary Project)
Published on May 11, 2011

 

Voces Vivas series featuring Linda Vallejo
Published on August 30, 2010
Barefoot Productions

 

Woman’s Building History: Linda Vallejo (Otis College)
Linda Vallejo was involved in the Woman’s Building for many years in many capacities, including artist, teacher, curator, and board member.
Published on June 14, 2010

 

Linda Vallejo discusses “The Electrics”
Studio for Southern California History
“The Electrics” are paintings by artist Linda Vallejo who has been working in Southern California since the late 1960s.
Published on May 26, 2010
The Electrics

 

Linda Vallejo on Dia De Los Muertos
Studio for Southern California History
Linda Vallejo describes the Day of the Dead procession as the “Macy’s Parade in New York meets East LA.” This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California.
Published on May 21, 2010

 

Linda Vallejo on Galeria Otra Vez
Studio for Southern California History
Linda Vallejo talks about Galeria Otra Vez and the value of having one’s art on display. This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California History in collaboration with Cal State LA Professor Dr. Angela Vergara.
Published on May 21, 2010

 

Linda Vallejo on Her Beginnings at Self-Help Graphics
Studio for Southern California History
Linda Vallejo tells of when she first began working at Self-Help Graphics in 1975. This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California History in collaboration with Cal State LA Professor Dr. Angela Vergara.
Published on May 21, 2010

 

Linda Vallejo on the Barrio Mobile Arts Studio
Studio for Southern California History
Linda Vallejo describes the Barrio Mobile Arts Studio and its various programming. This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California History in collaboration with Cal State LA Professor Dr. Angela Vergara.
Published on May 21, 2010

 

Linda Vallejo on the Process of Silk Screen Printing
Studio for Southern California History
Linda Vallejo explains the process of silk screen printing. This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California History in collaboration with Cal State LA Professor Dr. Angela Vergara.
Published on May 21, 2010

 

Linda Vallejo on Sister Karen Boccalero
Studio for Southern California History
Linda Vallejo talks about Sister Karen Boccalero’s dedication as Founder and Director of Self-Help Graphics. This interview was conducted by Dr. Sharon Sekhon as part of a series of Oral Histories for the “Self-Help Graphics & Sister Karen Boccalero History Project” by the Studio for Southern California History in collaboration with Cal State LA Professor Dr. Angela Vergara.
Published on May 21, 2010

 

Linda Vallejo at Metro Gallery
Produced by Metro Gallery and Jesus Trevino
Published in 2007

 

ECONEWS with Nancy Pearlman – Tree of Life exhibit 2005
Produced by ECONEWS and Nancy Pearlman
Published in 2005

 

UCSB California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives (CEMA) 1983—Linda Vallejo Interview #3
Produced by Philip Brookman
Published on August 11, 1983

 

UCSB California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives (CEMA) 1983—Linda Vallejo Interview #2
Produced by Philip Brookman
Published on August 11, 1983

 

UCSB California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives (CEMA) 1983—Linda Vallejo Interview #1
Produced by Philip Brookman
Published on August 11, 1983