Works of art by Rodolfo Escalera to be Featured
Sep07

Works of art by Rodolfo Escalera to be Featured

Works of art by Rodolfo Escalera, a self-taught artist whose career spanned decades in Mexico and Southern California, will be shown at the Victor Valley Museum in Apple Valley during Hispanic Heritage Month. The exhibit opens to the general public on Sept. 16 and admission for the first 200 visitors on that day is underwritten by the Dreamers, Visionaries and Leaders. The exhibit runs through Oct. 15 and is included with general...

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Marin’s Chicano Art Collection to be housed in Riverside, CA?
May03

Marin’s Chicano Art Collection to be housed in Riverside, CA?

Riverside, Cheech Marin Exploring Possible Museum of Chicano Art  City, Riverside Art Museum, and well-known entertainer could soon enter formal negotiations RIVERSIDE, Calif. – Cheech Marin, the entertainer and owner of what is recognized as the most renowned collection of Chicano art in the United States, is poised to enter formal negotiations with the City of Riverside and the Riverside Art Museum (RAM) to create a museum of...

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An Exhibit Like No Other | Pacific Standard Time
Apr26

An Exhibit Like No Other | Pacific Standard Time

Pacific Standard Time is an unprecedented collaboration of arts institutions across Southern California, each presenting thematically linked exhibitions and programs designed to celebrate the region’s vibrant cultural history. Pacific Standard Time is an initiative of the Getty with partners that include a broad array of institutions — from the area’s largest museums to smaller museums and community-based cultural...

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$8.45 million in exhibition grants to 43 Southern California organizations
Mar30

$8.45 million in exhibition grants to 43 Southern California organizations

The Getty Foundation today announced $8.45 million in exhibition grants to 43 Southern California organizations participating in Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a region-wide exploration of Latin American and Latino art opening September 2017 and running through January 2018. Together with the $5.5 million in planning and research grants previously awarded to participating institutions, nearly $14 million in funding has been awarded...

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Exhibition | Frida Kahlo, Her Photos
Mar09

Exhibition | Frida Kahlo, Her Photos

The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) is honored to be the only West Coast venue for the exhibition Frida Kahlo, Her Photos, which presents over 200 images from Frida Kahlo’s personal Casa Azul archive in Mexico City. The photos offer insight into Frida’s daily life, showing her with family, friends and at work painting. They provide a stark contrast to the collective image of Kahlo that has been largely generated by her...

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Event | Final month: Carlos Almaraz
Nov14

Event | Final month: Carlos Almaraz

Gallery Talk with HOY SPACE artist Isabel Avila Monday, November 19, 3:00 p.m., HOY SPACE, Vincent Price Art Museum Isabel Avila will discuss her photographic and video project, Parallel Worlds, and elaborate on her conceptual and technical approaches to the work. Walkthrough with Elsa Flores Almaraz Saturday, December 1, 12:30 to 1:30 pm, Large Gallery, Vincent Price Art Museum Acclaimed Chicana artist and widow of Carlos Almaraz,...

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Art Along the Hyphen: The Mexican-American Generation
May26

Art Along the Hyphen: The Mexican-American Generation

Rarely Seen Art From Six Extraordinary Los Angeles Artists From 1945 to 1965. The Exhibit is part of the unprecedented collaboration initiated by the Getty and the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center’s L.A. Xicano. On view: October 14, 2011–January 8, 2012 The Autry National Center, in partnership with the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC),  is proud to present a collection of works by a virtually unknown generation of...

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