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Arte in LatinoLA

Listings feature a wealth of fine art currently on exhibit

Published on LatinoLA: September 30, 2002


Arte in LatinoLA


Through October 3
Fire in the Morning - The Pictorial Exhibit of the Mexican-American History in Orange County, includes details from the Mendez v. Westminster Cas
Venue: City of Irvine, Irvine Civic Center
Address: 1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, CA
For More Information call: (949) 724-6606
Email: yalvarez@chapman.edu

Through October 5
Cartoons ?y qu?? - An eclectic collection of cartoons by some of the leading Chicano cartoonists. Curated by Sergio Hernandez, the show includes Sergio's work, plus Gilbert "Magu" Lujan, Rafael Navarre, Javier Hernandez, and others.
Venue: Tia Chucha's Cultural Cafe
Address: 12737 Glenoaks Blvd. , Sylmar
Admission: Free
For more information call: 818 362-7060
Or visit: http://www.tiachucha.com

Through October 9
The Vanishing of a People - An exhibit of works in oil on canvas pastel on paper and limited edition prints by emerging artist Agustin C. Bravo. Bravo was born in Los Angeles, but spent almost ten years growing up in a small Mexican village where he still has many relatives. During this sentimental visist, Bravo is captived by the simple traditions of the humble Mexican people. Because his visits are often short, Bravo records these images in his painting. All of these experiences create the stories which Bravi transforms into beautiful, sensitive works of art.
Venue: Angeles Bohemios Cafe
Address: 3200 Sunset Blvd. , Silver lake,90026
Ages: all ages
Admission: Free
For more information call: 323 -667- 1083
Email: angelsbc@pacbell.net

Through October 10
About, By and From: Boyle Heights - Expressions, Impressions and Memories of a Historic Neighbhorhood in East Los Angeles. This exhibition will feature works by well-known artists such as John Montelongo, Linda O'Hagen, George Rodriguez, Oscar Castillo, Wayne Healy, Michelle Martinez, Barbara Morado, Victor Rafael and Ignacio Gomez. The public is strongly encouraged to bring photos or artifacts that will embellish a timeline installation that is part of the exhibition.
Venue: Self-Help Graphics
Address: 3802 Cesar E. Chavez Ave. , East Los Angeles,90063
Admission: Free
For more information call: 323.881.6444
Or visit: http://www.selfhelpgraphics.com

Through October 13
Moon Quartet/Cuarteto de Luna - New works from four up and coming Latina painters in Los Angeles. Linda Arreola, Cici Gonzalez, Poli Marichal and Marianne Sawdoski have created new work exclusively for this exhibition. The project has been in the works for eight months, allowing the artists time to develop and nourish their projects and friendship. This exhibit expands the vocabulary of art in their community and establishes the artists as new creative forces.
Venue: Tropico de Nopal
Address: 1665 Beverly Blvd. , Los Angeles
For more information call: 213 481-8112

Through October 15
Day Laborer Art Exhibit - Art work created by day laborers.
Venue: Galeria Rustica
Address: 320 South Thomas Avenue , Pomona,91766
For more information call: 909 622-2440
Email: rsantillan@earthlink.net


Through October 19
Trans Figuraciones: Oscar Mu?oz - Recent works by Columbian artist Oscar Mu?oz.
Venue: Iturralde Gallery
Address: 116 South La Brea Ave. , Los Angeles
Admission: FREE
For more information call: 323-937-4267

Through October 19
Jose Manuel Fors - Solo exhibition of photographic works by Cuban artist Jose Manuel Fors.
Venue: Couturier Gallery
Address: 166 N. La Brea Ave. , Los Angeles
Admission: FREE
For more information call: 323-933-5557
Or visit: http://www.couturiergallery.com or dcout@pacbell.net

Through October 31
Mujer Como Un Rio/Woman Like a River
Exhibition of work by Judy Baca, Margaret Garcia, Leo Limon, Frank Romero and others. Mythology of mother earth, Latinas and the fertility of the river.
Venue: Galeria Mundo
Address: 4022 Figueroa St. , Los Angeles
Admission: FREE
For more information call: 323-225-4400

Through November 30
From Politics to Spirituality - The artwork of Ramses Noriega, which reflect the Chicano movement, his family, friends, and his thoughts on art, society, and culture. More recently his work embraces the revelation of his personal spiritual journey with God. These artworks include oils, acrylics, watercolors, etchings, drawings, and mixed media. In all, The Latino Museum will exhibit 70 pieces for public viewing.
Venue: Latino Museum of History, Art & Culture
Address: 201 S. Los Angeles St. (Los Angeles Mall) , Downtown Los Angeles
For more information call: RSVP 213 626-7600


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