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OaxaCAlifornia: Through the Experience of the Duo Tlacolulokos

This exhibition by Oaxacan artistic duo Tlacolulokos, Dario Canul y Cosijoesa Cernas, showcase the murals that participated in the project Visualizing Language organized by The Library Foundation of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Public Library for the PST LA: LA project that occurred in 2017.

These murals are now part of the MOLAA Permanent Collection and will continue to be available to the public at the museum as part of an exhibition to showcase their relevance within the context of Latinx communities in California.

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Construyendo Puentes en epoca de Muros: Arte Chicano/Mexicano de Los Angeles a Mexico

This exhibit brings a multigenerational selection of works by Chicano and Latino artists from Southern California, all of whom are of Mexican heritage. The exhibit examines how these artists explore their cultural hybridity through five significant themes: Rebel Diamonds from the Sun, Imagining Paradise, Outsiders in their Own Home, Mapping Identity, and Cruising the Hyphenate. Simultaneously, in widening the lens of how Chicano and Latino art is viewed beyond its strict geographical home, the exhibit illustrates these artists’ inexorable ties to Mexico and how they transcend singular identity and borders.

Artists: Roberto de La Rocha, Gilbert “Magu” Lujan, Frank Romero, Patrick Martinez, Johnny “Kmndz” Rodriguez, Jose Ramirez, Enrique Castrejon, Judy Baca, Donna Dietch, Carlos Almaraz, Gil Garcetti, Ana Serrano, Shizu Saldamando, Gary Garay, Ramiro Gomez, Einar And Jamex de la Torre, Viviana “Viva” Paredes, Man One, Eloy Torrez, Patssi Valdez, Roberto Gil de Montes, Gronk, Yolanda Gonzalez, Judithe Hernandez, Linda Vallejo, Gabriela Ruiz, John Valadez, And Leticia Maldonado.

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