The Latinx Arts Alliance plans to address the lack of financial support for Latinx spaces, while also advancing and supporting Latinx arts programming in Los Angeles.
The arpilleras narrated the course of Pinochet’s brutal dictatorship through bold colors, broad stitching, and striking imagery, often incorporating fabrics from their disappeared children’s clothes.
An interview series spotlighting some of the great work coming out of Los Angeles. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
Curator Gabriela Rangel, now leading the Buenos Aires Museum of Latin American Art, sees an opportunity to bring submerged connections between Latin American nations to light.
Originally gaining prominence as a muralist, she became the fifth and only female member of the art collective Los Four.
The Museum of Latina American Art is hosting an evening inspired by a founding figure of the Los Angeles mural movement.
The free event will bring 100 zinesters, plus discussions, workshops, and performances, to the Museum of Latin American Art on August 6.
On June 2, the museum in Long Beach is hosting a conversation focused specifically on artistic responses to immigration from Mexico and Latin America.
Born and raised in a middle-class family in Boyle Heights, Romero captured the pulse of Los Angeles through his pictorial and more abstract painting of decorated cars and the vast freeways (portrayed as our cultural shrines) connecting the different parts of the city.
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