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Linda Vallejo consolidates multiple, international influences gained from a life of study and travel throughout Europe, the United States and Mexico to works that investigate contemporary cultural, spiritual and political issues.

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ON EXHIBITION

Museum of Sonoma County 2019

https://museumsc.org/see-something-say-something/

https://lindavallejo.com/museum-of-sonoma-county-2019/

See Something, Say Something: David Huffman, Evri Kwong, Linda Vallejo 
Museum of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, CA
February 9—April 20, 2019


While the exhibition title and phrase originated to convey the threat posed by terrorism after the 9/11 attacks, in this exhibition the meaning is expanded to encourage individuals to call out additional threats to society such racism, sexism, economic disparity, and climate change.

La Plaza de Cultura y Artes 2019—2020

Linda Vallejo: Brown Belongings
LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes
Los Angeles, CA
June 1, 2019—January 6, 2020

Erin M. Curtis, Ph.D., Senior Curator
Mariah Shevchuk, Associate Curator
Esperanza Sanchez, M.A., Curatorial Assistant

With critical essays by Karen Mary Davalos, Professor, Chicano and Latino Studies Department, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Bill Moreno, curator and critic and Michelle E. Lopez, Lecturer, Department of Chicana(o) and Latina(o) Studies, California State University, Los Angeles


LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes announces its forthcoming exhibition, Linda Vallejo: Brown Belongings, a collection of new and recent work from the Los Angeles-based, Chicana artist whose career spans more than forty years. For nearly a decade, Vallejo has explored the vast and varied meanings of the color brown in her art. LA Plaza will exhibit new works by Vallejo alongside selections from several recent series and subseries of artworks that examine brownness and Latinx identity, including Make ‘Em All Mexican, The Brown Oscars, The Brown Dot Project, Datos Sagrados, and Cultural Enigma. The exhibition will be on view June 1, 2019 through January 6, 2020. An exhibition catalog featuring scholarly reflections on Vallejo’s work will also be available. LA Plaza’s first solo exhibition dedicated to the work of a Latina and staged simultaneously in all of its temporary exhibition galleries, Linda Vallejo: Brown Belongings consists of more than 125 of Vallejo’s paintings, drawings, and sculptures, and will examine how race and color, as expressed through images and data, affect our perception and experience of culture. At the same time, it asks how embracing brownness can allow us to creatively question, deflect, and resist stereotypes of and assumptions about Latinx people.

Works from different series will be combined in thematic groupings throughout LA Plaza’s galleries, allowing the visitor to see ideas that resonate across Vallejo’s body of work. Interactive elements will invite visitors to reflect on and share aspects of their own identities. A series of public programs, including artist-led exhibition walkthroughs, panel discussions with the authors of the exhibition catalog and Chicana/o artists, and more, will invite visitors to engage directly with the exhibition themes.

“In a career that spans more than 40 years, Linda Vallejo has distinguished herself as one of the most thoughtful and thought-provoking Latinx artists of our time,” said John Echeveste, LA Plaza CEO. “This large presentation of her work will delight and amuse many while confusing and challenging others. This dichotomy makes her work so interesting and important, and we are presenting it at LA Plaza to spark dialogue about the past, present, and future of the Latinx community.”

During her more than forty-year career, Vallejo has worked across a variety of media— including screen printing, painting, drawing, and sculpture—and has been featured in numerous exhibitions and publications. Her work is held in the permanent collections of the East Los Angeles College Vincent Price Museum, Los Angeles; the National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago; the Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the University of California, Santa Barbara California Multicultural and Ethnic Archives; and the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.


Artist statement

“The title Brown Belongings touches many significant points for me. I have always stated that these art works are autobiographical. As a young adult studying and living in Spain and throughout the US, I found myself searching for a place to belong. It was when I returned to Los Angeles to become involved in the Chicano and Indigenous communities that I found my place, artistically, intellectually and culturally. Through Make ‘Em All Mexican I continued my travels by collecting “belongings” and painting them brown to represent my American cultural identity. Finally, I “long” to find a visual language that will open a dialogue about how we see ourselves, how others see us, and the joy that we can find in our differences and the knowledge and understandings that we share together.” – Linda Vallejo

A full color catalog will accompany the exhibition with critical essays
A series of educational panels, discussions, and walk-throughs are planned

Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City 2018

Bridges in Time of Walls: Chicano/Mexican Art from Los Angeles to Mexico City
Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City
Exhibition Dates: September 21—November 25, 2018
Centro Cultural Clavijero Nigromante, Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico
Exhibition Dates: December 14, 2018—March 3, 2019


Museo de Arte Carrilo Gil presents a distinguished selection of over 50 artworks by premiere artists of Mexican heritage now living – or having lived – in Southern California. AltaMed has gathered some of the most historically significant and prestigious artworks from various collections – public and private – in order to present a range of artistic expression by artists who’ve established a continuously-evolving, original school of American art.

Bridges in Time of Walls is a multi-programmatic event beginning September 20, 2018. This collaboration between AltaMed Health Services, Los Angeles and the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City will present a series of artistic programs focusing on a multigenerational selection of works by Chicano and Latino artists from Southern California, all of whom are of Mexican heritage. The exhibition highlights artists’ cultural connection between their Mexican heritage and American experience, and how their art connects the two countries, even in difficult political times on either side of the border. By expanding the lens of how Chicano and Latino art is viewed beyond its strict geographical home, the exhibit will illustrate these artists’ inexorable ties to Mexico and the United States. The two-month long event begins with the VIP preview opening of the exhibit at the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, followed by a series of public programs at the museum, as well as other cultural centers throughout Mexico City presenting topics on cultural identity, politics, and art. The exhibit will be accompanied by a fully-illustrated color catalog with essays by Chon Noriega, Julian Bermudez, and Vania Rojas, director of the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil.

The roster includes over 20 nationally and internationally renowned artists: Carlos Almaraz, Asco, Judy Baca, Cindy Santos Bravo, Enrique Castrejon, Jamex and Einar De La Torre, Gary Garay, Gil Garcetti, Camille Rose Garcia, Rodrigo Garcia, Ramiro Gomez, Yolanda Gonzalez, Judithe Hernandez, Sálomon Huerta, Patrick Martinez, Man One, Johnny Rodriguez, Frank Romero, Shizu Saldamando, Ana Serrano, Eloy Torrez, John Valadez, Patssi Valdez, and Linda Vallejo.  Paintings, sculpture, photography, video, and mixed media come together demonstrating these artists’ ability to forming a unique form of art. The way they have synthesized influential canonical movements in art history illustrates a crucial detail about Chicano artists: they are doing something different with respect to cultural identity, social commentary, political protest, and personal expression.

In partnership with H. E. Gerónimo Gutiérrez Fernández, Ambassador of Mexico to the United States; Carlos Manuel Sada Solano, Mexico’s Undersecretary for North America; and Maria Cristina García Cepeda, Mexico’s Secretary of Culture, Bridges in Time of Walls is presented by Cástulo de la Rocha, President and CEO of AltaMed Health Services. It is organized by AltaMed Heath Services in concert with Vania Rojas, Director of the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil and co-curated by Julian Bermudez. Bridges in Time of Walls builds on the success of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, the Getty’s far-reaching exploration of Latin American and Latino art; and Before the 45th | Action/Reaction in Chicano and Latino Art, AltaMed’s groundbreaking exhibit at The Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington D.C., and curated by Julian Bermudez. Before the 45th was the Mexican Cultural Institute’s first Chicano art show; it drew over 7,000 visitors to the center during its run from September 5 to December 29, 2017.

AltaMed Health Services serves Latino, multi-ethnic, and underserved communities in Southern California, and as part of its holistic approach to health care, exhibits its art collection throughout all its clinics and service sites, whose subjects reflect the diverse communities it serves. This exhibition is a reaction to the political discourse currently occurring between two neighboring countries. Art has always been a reflection of the issues surrounding society, specifically the communities. While national headlines are dominated by the differences between these two countries, the intention of this exhibition is to remind those in Mexico City and in Los Angeles of our shared experiences; and to break down the walls – physical and psychological – that separate us. Bridges in Time of Walls highlights many of the connections that our community has with Mexico, despite the differences portrayed in media.

In order to advance the visibility, understanding, and appreciation of Chicano and Latino art, AltaMed has formed an Exhibit Advisory Committee comprised of business, civic, and cultural leaders from Los Angeles and Mexico City. Committee members include Michael Govan, Director and CEO, Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Joan Weinstein, Deputy Director, Getty Foundation; Dr. Lourdes Ramos, President and CEO, Museum of Latin American Art; Pilar Tompkins Rivas, Director, Vincent Price Art Museum; Gil Garcetti, artist and former District Attorney of the City of Los Angeles; Honorable Antonio Villaraigosa, former Mayor of the City of Los Angeles; and Zach Horowitz, former President and Chief Operating Officer, Universal Music Group.

Sponsors include Delta AeroMexico and Coca-Cola.

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ABOUT ME

My formative years were spent in far flung locations throughout the United States and Europe.  During my artistic grounding, I became increasingly immersed in the Chicano/Latino/Mexican-American arts and the indigenous communities – experiences that have informed my cultural perspectives and, by extension, my art practice.

It has taken my entire artistic career to fuse an image that defines my multicultural experience of the world and my place in it. Like most of my contemporaries I was taught the finer points of the Western classics, art and architecture, but later found myself living and creating in a milieu where symbols of beauty and culture were manifest in a decidedly alternate circumstance.


Make ‘Em All Mexican leads you down an ironic path to find yourself confronted by some of the most difficult questions of our time, “Do race, color, and class define our status in the world?” “Is it possible to be a part of and earnestly contribute to multiple cultures simultaneously?”  “Does color and class define our understanding and appreciation of culture?”

Several years ago, I made a series of trips that included a visit to China as well as to New York and several other major cities in the U.S. It is my custom to include museums and galleries in my itinerary to get a sense of what is happening in the national and international art scene.

On these trips I noticed a growing trend from the mundane to the fantastic—sculpture made of pre-produced objects, wildly untamed images created from found objects put to fascinating new uses, photographic collages combining digital work and hand drawn forms, and images that juxtaposed seemingly contrary cultural symbols and icons.

After seeing these works and hundreds more, my thought and creative processes began to shift. I found myself ruminating, “I’m a person of the world. What would the world of contemporary images look like from my own personal Mexican-American, Chicano lens?”  I found myself furiously painting directly on antique photographs and figurines to deconstruct iconic images to create an America that included me.  I began aimlessly browsing antique malls to find images that I could “call my own.

The Make ‘Em All Mexican series carries a strong electric charge. To some viewers, the images are hyper-political; for others, they are emotional portals to a past remembered and sometimes forgotten; and for another group, they are just down right hilarious.  The series is definitely strange and unfamiliar.  Recently on television sculptor Richard Serra stated that the work of the artist is not necessarily to create the unique, but rather “the unfamiliar.”  I have re-created a familiar world to create a new unfamiliar image, one that is unfamiliar to everyone that’s not Mexican….

After creating the Make ‘Em All Mexican – MEAM (2011—2016)  series of sculptures, handmade books, and manipulated aluminum sublimation prints, I was still interested in “keepin’ it brown.” The original MEAM series was realized on repurposed antique objects, photos, and book pages. That work tended to be detailed, complex, gaudy, and over-the-top, and, going forth, I wanted to produce a cleaner, simple image. For the next series I decided to focus on simpler, entirely abstract works on canvas and paper.

The first question was, “How do I translate the MEAM message to a two dimensional painted surface?” I went through several experiments, with unhappy results. Some of these experiments were based on personal memory and catharsis. But all the while In the back of my head I was ruminating about “brown electric portraits,” using small squares of different shades of brown, harking back to my earlier series, “The Electrics” (2008—2010).

In another part of my head I was thinking about data. The Los Angeles Latino community is always talking about Latino numbers and how the population is growing by leaps and bounds. The consensus is that the growing numbers should equal growing prosperity and influence. MEAM had been based on the politics of color and class. So The Brown Dot Project continues this question by asking if the growing numbers are changing our attitudes about color and class.

I finally realized The Brown Dot Project by bringing together the painting style employed in “The Electrics” (small squares of color) with Latino statistics and thinking about how abstract painted works could talk about these numbers and their influence on our perception of race and class. Then I thought of doing grids of color based on Latino data – little painted squares. But I wasn’t eager to take this approach; honestly, the thought of painting a zillion tiny squares was going to be a boring and exhausting process.

I needed to find a surface with the squares already in place. One day, as I was shopping for art supplies, the idea of architectural-grid vellum suddenly came to mind. The idea of small squares with painted dots based on numerical value was the resulting image.

The “brown dot” abstract image of these Latino data numbers emerged after several trials and errors.  Once I had the grids and began dividing them into quadrants I realized that a pattern was appearing. This was what clinched The Brown Dot Project. Experimenting with formal variations based on Latino percentages and numbers happened more or less automatically, coming out of my experiences with indigenous weaving. The first images recalled American Indian and Mesoamerican blankets and weavings and ancient ceremonial sites. The abstract images appeared because I was forced to create new variations. Mondrian, Chuck Close, Agnes Martin, Charles Gaines, and other grid-oriented modernists came to mind.

I find myself studying a variety of sets of data, including topics such as the number of Latinos in any given city or state, the national number of Latino executives, the number of Latinos involved in the American Civil war. The amount and kinds of data are inexhaustible! The works have grown in size from 9 square inches to 24 square inches to 36 square inches.  As an example: The Los Angeles (48.3% Latino population) 24 square-inch images entail 48,400 total squares (100% of the field), with 23,377 dots (48.3%), or 467 sets of 50 dots + 27 additional. Counting squares and dots, completing the corresponding mathematics, and “dotting” the page takes hours of concentration on both topic and execution.

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BIOGRAPHY

Linda Vallejo consolidates multiple, international influences gained from a life of study and travel throughout Europe, the United States and Mexico to works that investigate contemporary cultural, spiritual and political issues.


Solo exhibitions of Make ‘Em All Mexican and The Brown Dot Project have been presented at Texas A&M University Reynolds Gallery (2016); UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Los Angeles CA, and Lancaster Museum of Art and History in Lancaster, CA (2015); Soto Clemente Velez Cultural Center, NY (2014); George Lawson Gallery and the University Art Gallery of New Mexico State University (2013) and Arte Americas in collaboration with the Fresno Art Museum, and California State University, San Bernardino, Fullerton Museum (2012).  In 2016 Make ‘Em All Mexican was featured in the LA Times Calendar Section in the article “In her series ‘Make ‘Em All Mexican,’ artist Linda Vallejo imagines #OscarsSoBrown” by Carolina A. Miranda.

Her work is in the permanent collections of East Los Angeles College Vincent Price Museum, The National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago, Ill, Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Print Department, Los Angeles, CA, University of California, Santa Barbara, (CEMA), California Multicultural and Ethnic Archives, and UCLA Chicano Study Research Center.


She lives in Topanga Canyon, California, with her husband, Ron Dillaway. Her son Robert is a practicing lawyer and her son Paul is completing is doctoral residency in Arizona.

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TECHNIQUE
EXPERTISE

“Linda Vallejo’s overarching interest throughout the diverse stylistic and material phases of her career has been and remains the complex social dynamic surrounding individual and group identity. Her work has traced the progress of a narrative launched as an examination of her own heritage and the multivalent legacies of its influence on the sensibilities of her artistic and social consciousness."

—Shana Nys Dambrot, Critic, LA WEEKLY, Whitehot Magazine, and Artillery, among others

“Vallejo’s “Brown Dot Project” converts airy demographics into visual signifiers whose power is a good deal more visceral. The conversion of data of any sort into an aesthetic experience is fanciful enough; but when the data being converted is loaded with meaning – and the meaning itself is loaded with a whole different, volatile aura of meaning – the artworks that result pack an invisible wallop.”

—Peter Frank, critic for The Huffington Post and Adjunct Senior Curator at Riverside Art Museum

“Conceptually-informed, poignant and ironic, Vallejo melds populist cultural conventions and racial politics into an edgy brew, adroitly tapping into that nebulous space between anger and laughter. Her works, by their homespun appeal, are prosaic couriers altered into something much more provocative and compelling. They stop you in your tracks while simultaneously reaching backward and forward in time and reimagining the present.”

—Bill Moreno, curator, writer and director of William Moreno Contemporary, and founding Executive Director of the Claremont Museum of Art and past director of The Mexican Museum, San Francisco. 

“Vallejo’s Make ’Em All Mexican produced a knee-jerk reaction in me when I first saw the work. As a white person, I felt offended. The work seemed facile, even shallow. I was prepared to simply write it off as the work of an angry Chicana who wanted to erase the white world, and, well, “make ’em all Mexican.” I tell Vallejo this, and she is open to my interpretation and not offended at all. She listens to me, but she wants to correct me when I ask if this series is a deep exploration of race. She explains, “If I said this work is all about race, I think that would be oversimplifying it. It’s about relationships, it’s about the politics of color, the politics of class. I think it’s about inclusion and exclusion. It’s about self-image and self-worth, compassion and empathy, and it’s about what we share in cultures. I realized what started as a joke produced a real dialogue. She works from the heart, as a real artist should. And she wants to explore issues that are important to her, like artists should do as well.”

—Excerpt from “BROWNOUT – LINDA VALLEJO PAINTS A NEW COLOR SCHEME” by Tulsa Kinney, Editor, Artillery Magazine, Los Angeles, CA, November 2014

 

“The focus of Vallejo’s newest suite of work Make ‘Em All Mexican is anything but subtle. Conceptually-Informed, poignant and ironic, she melds populist cultural conventions and racial politics into an edgy brew, adroitly tapping into that nebulous space between anger and laughter.”

William Moreno, former director of The Mexican Museum, San Francisco

AWARDS

COLA Individual Artist Fellowship, Los Angeles City Cultural Affairs, 2014

First Place Award, California Sculpture Slam, San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, 2013

Arte es Vida Individual Artist Award, Self Help Graphics & Art, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, 2013

Focus on the Masters Individual Artist Award, Ventura, CA 2009

Durfee Foundation Individual Artist Grant, Los Angeles, CA 2005

Quien es Quien in U.S. Commerce, National Award, 1994

National Association of Chicano Studies, Distinguished Recognition, 1993

Institute for Hispanic Cultural Studies, Outstanding Artist, 1986

Certificate of Appreciation, City of Los Angeles, 1986

CCF Brody Emerging Artist Fellowship, California Community Foundation, 1985

Outstanding Young Woman in America, 1983

California Arts Council, Artist in Residence, 1978—1981

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

2019

Linda Vallejo: Brown Belongings, solo exhibition,LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, Los Angeles, CA, June 1, 2019—January 6, 2020

See Something, Say Something: David Huffman, Evri Kwong, Linda Vallejo, group exhibition, Museum of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, CA, February 9—April 20

2018

Linda Vallejo, American LatinXKean University Karl & Helen Burger Gallery, New Jersey,  September 4—December 14, 2018

Entre Tinta y Lucha: 45 Years of Self Help GraphicsSelf Help Graphics & Art 45th Anniversary exhibition at Cal State LA Fine Arts Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Bridges in Time of Walls: Chicano/Mexican Art from Los Angeles to Mexico CityMuseo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City, MX

Hablamos Juntos, Pajaro Valley Arts Council, in partnership with Museo Eduardo Carrillo and the Young Writers Program, Watsonville, CA

With Liberty and Justice for Some, Walter Maciel Gallery, Culver City, CA, and the Children’s Museum of the Arts, New York, NY

Los Angeles County Natural History Museum, permanent exhibition “Becoming Los Angeles,” Los Angeles, CA

Pure not ProperCoagula Curatorial, curated by Adrineh Baghdassarian, Los Angeles, CA

El Exploratorio: Zona 1 – Beyond the Limits and the Processes of Creation, Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA

The Brown Oscars, We Choose Art and The Mezz Gallery at The Montalbán Theatre in collaboration with bG Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Art Speaks! Lend Your Voice Conference & ExhibitionSouthern California Caucus for Women in the Arts, Santa Monica Art Studios, Santa Monica, CA

My Hero: Contemporary Art & Superhero Action, national traveling exhibition curated by Carrie Lederer, The Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA, 2016—2020

LA Art Show, LA Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead): A Cultural Legacy, Past, Present & Future, An Exhibition from Self Help Graphics & Art (SHG), Northcutt Steele Gallery, MSUB, Los Angeles, CA, October 18–December 13, 2018

Artists In Their Own Words, Visiting Artist Program, California State University, Long Beach, CA

Chicana/o Remix: Art and Errata Since the Sixties (NYU Press 2017), panel hosted by Dr. Karen Mary Davalos, Professor of Chicano and Latino Studies with Laura E. Perez and Sandra de la Loa, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN

How Will Feminist Culture Engage the Future?, TFAP@CAA Special Panel Event, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Latino Art Midwest, a humanities without walls consortium project, Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Cultural Significance & Social Justice in Printmaking, panel discussion moderated by Martha Gonzalez,
featuring Linda Vallejo, Malaquias Montoya, Ernesto Yerena and Luis Genaro Garcia, California State University Los Angeles Fine Arts Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2017

ONE YEAR: The Art of Politics in Los Angeles, Brand Art Library and Gallery, Organized by Joey Forsyte, Lawrence Gipe and Alex Kritselis, Glendale, CA, November 18, 2017—January 12, 2018

Imagen Angeleno, Museum of Art and History 2017, Lancaster, CA, November 11, 2017—January 14, 2018

A Universal History of Infamy: Those of This AmericaLACMA Charles White Gallery, Getty Foundation Initiative PST: LA/LA, Los Angeles, CA, December 9, 2017—October 6, 2018

Ghetto Gloss | The Chicana Avant-Garde, 1980—2010, Bermudez Projects, NELA/Cypress Park, November 11—December 30, 2017

LA/Landscapes: Real and ImaginedStudio Channel Islands, Getty Foundation Initiative PST: LA/LA, Channel Islands, CA

Descendants and Dissonance: Cultural Iconography in Contemporary LA, Salt Fine Art Gallery, Getty Foundation Initiative PST: LA/LA, Laguna Beach, CA

Deconstructing Liberty: A Destiny Manifested, Muzeo Museum & Cultural Center, 8 countries / 14 artists, curated by Marisa Caichiolo, Anaheim, CA, Getty Foundation Initiative PST: LA/LA

Keepin’ It Brown, bG Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Getty Foundation Initiative Pacific Standard Time (PST) LA/LA

Power of the PageNew Museum Los Gatos, curated by Marianne McGrath, Los Gatos, CA

Homage to Mango StreetStrohl Art Center / Gallo Family Gallery, Chautauqua, NY

Mujeres de Maíz: 20 Years of Artivism and Herstory en Los AngelesLa Plaza de Cultura y Artes, Los Angeles, CA

Chapters: Book Arts of Southern California, The Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM), Los Angeles, CA

6th Chicana/o Biennial, MACLA / Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americano, San Jose, CA

Radical Home, Salt Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA, curated by Luisa Fernanda

With Liberty and Justice for Some, Walter Maciel Gallery, Culver City, CA, and San Francisco Commission Galleries, San Francisco, CA

Embedded Messages, Debating the Dream: Truth, Justice, and the American Way, The Art Center, Highland Park, IL

Los Four Meets Los 40, Gregorio Escalante Gallery, La Bodega Gallery, and Zack de la Rocha Gallery, curated by Abel Alejandre, Los Angeles, CA

Fault LineBrewery ArtWalk, Los Angeles, CA

Weaving Cultures, ChimMaya Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

My Hero: Contemporary Art & Superhero Action, national traveling exhibition curated by Carrie Lederer, The Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA

Special Projects

Animating the Archives: The Woman’s BuildingAvenue 50 Studio & Metabolic Studios, Los Angeles, CA

Craft in America: Borders Episode, PBS premiere September 29

Art Traffic interview, Art Traffic, by Thomas Adams, August 22

El Día de Los Muertos: Past, Present, and Futurelead curator Linda Vallejo, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA as part of the Getty Foundation Initiative Pacific Standard Time: PST LA/LA, September 2017—January 2018

Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano LA, collaborative exhibition between ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archive and USC Libraries, curated by Odine Chavoya, CA

LGBTQ Historic Places in L.A. Short Filmsimages of Linda Vallejo and Madre Tierra Press included in video

“Pickles Galore” Pop-Up Show, curated by Linda Vallejo, Lamperogue Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

Metrópolis – Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (I), The Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española (RTVE)

Latino Art Now! Auction & Exhibition, Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americano (MACLA)

2016

Linda Vallejo: Selections from the Make ‘Em All Mexican, The Brown Dot Project, and The Brown Oscars, solo exhibition, Texas A&M Reynolds Gallery, College Station, TX

Remembrance Past & Future: Cycles of Cherished Memories, Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA

Embedded Messages, Debating the Dream: Truth, Justice and the American Waygroup exhibition, University of the Redlands Peppers Gallery, Redlands, CA

This Used to Be Mexicocurated by Sybil Venegas, Ave. 50 Studio, Los Angeles, CA

Social SubconsciousBrea Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

My Hero: Contemporary Art & Superhero Action, national traveling exhibition curated by Carrie Lederer, The Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA

LA Art Show, with Bert Green Fine Art, Chicago, Ill and bG Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA

ONE: Mind, Body, Spirit, Mujeres de Maíz group exhibition, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Pattern Recognition, Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americano (MACLA), San Jose, CA

Special Projects

We Are Los Angeles, public art project, Grand Park, Downtown LA

Hablamos Juntos: Together We Speak: Contemporary Latino/a Broadsides, 3D Interactive Exhibition, Museo Eduardo Carrillo and Pajaro Valley Arts Young Writers Program, CA

Women in Culture: An Intersectional Anthology for Gender and Women’s Studies, published by Wiley Blackwell, edited by Bonnie Kime Scott, Anne Donadey, Irene Lara, and Susan E. Cayleff, NY

The Art of Memory: Ten Stories Written and Illustrated by Ten Artists,The Latino Family Literacy Project, published by Lectura Books

Cross-cultural Exchange Program, University of Southern Queensland, Australia, College for Indigenous Studies, Education, and Research

Boots on the Ground Artist Panel, panel moderator Betty Brown with speakers Joanne Julian, Vicky Barkley, and Linda Vallejo, The Mid-City Arthouse, Los Angeles, CA

Chicana/Latina Spiritual Practices, edited by Lara Medina, Martha Gonzales and Maria Elena Fernandez, California State University Northridge, CA

Woman’s Building Reunion Dinner and Brainstorming, Metabolic Studio, Los Angeles, CA

Transformation Touchstones, A Window Between Worlds 25th Anniversary, Santa Monica, CA

Aboriginal Women Cross-Cultural Exchange, University of Southern Queensland, Australia College for Indigenous Studies, Education and Research, with professors Lara Medina and Yreina Cervantez, Department of Chicano and Chicana Studies, California State University Northridge, CA

Otis College of Art and Design Public Practice Master’s ProgramA to Z Grantwriting Faculty & Visiting Lecture, Los Angeles, CA

2015

Cut N’ Mix: Contemporary CollageMuseo del Barrio, New York,  NY

Make ‘Em All Mexicansolo exhibition, Bert Green Fine Art, Chicago, IL

The Brown Dot Project, solo exhibition, Salt Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA

Suggestive Role PlayWalter Maciel Gallery, Culver City, CA

ColectivaSalt Fine Art, Laguna Beach, CA

Make ’Em All Mexican: Works by Linda Vallejo, solo exhibition, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Library, Los Angeles, CA

Aquí Estamos / We are Here: California Chican@ Art, Cabrillo College Gallery, Aptos, CA

5th Chicana/o BiennialMovimiento de Arte y Cultural Latino Americano (MACLA), San Jose, CA

Pulse of LApresented by the Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art, LA Artcore Union Center for the Arts, curated by Leslie Cozz, Hammer Museum

The New NudebG Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA

Appropriations, Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York, NY

Special Projects

Make ‘Em All Mexican: Works By Linda Vallejovideo interview, produced by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC), Los Angeles, CA

Los Retratos: Profiling Contemporary Artists, A Blog by Aimee Santos, Los Angeles, CA

Talleres de la Frontera (Workshops from the Frontier), Taller Boricua Gallery, Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center, New York, NY

2014

Make ‘Em All Mexicansolo exhibition, Lancaster Museum of Art and History, Lancaster, California

Make ‘Em All Mexican, solo exhibition, Abrazo Interno Gallery, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Education Center, New York, New York

COLA Fellow ExhibitionLos Angeles Cultural Affairs Dept., Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall

L.A. Women/Aqua 14/Art Miami, group exhibition with Coagula Curatorial, Art Basel, Miami

Galería sin Fronterasgroup exhibition, National Museum of Mexican Art, Mexico

Loss, Memory and Recovery, The Durón Gallery at Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

Roundtable on Latina Feminism, John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio

El Gran Mexico: Shared Border Spaces, a collaborative print project of University of Notre Dame Center of Art & Culture, University of Texas at San Antonio, Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (CONACULTA), El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, and El Centro Cultural Tijuana as a part of a border art initiative Exposición del Taller Fronterizo Border Workshop: Espacios Fronterizos Compartidos presented at El Centro Cultural Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

2013

Make ‘Em All Mexicansolo exhibition, New Mexico State University Art Gallery, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Make ‘Em All Mexican, solo exhibition, George Lawson Gallery, Culver City, CA

Mock/BiteSouthwest School of Art, Russell Hill Rogers Gallery I, San Antonio, TX

Tapping the Third Realm, Loyola Marymount University’s Laband Art Gallery and Otis College of Art and Design’s Ben Maltz Gallery , Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

First Place Award, California Sculpture Slam, San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, San Luis Obispo, CA

Arte es Vida Individual Artist Award, Self Help Graphics & Art, Inc., Los Angeles, CA

The Mexican Museum Introduces Additions to its Arts and Letters Council, The Mexican Museum, San Francisco, CA

Make ‘Em All Mexican – Repurposed Art, KRWGTV/FM Radio, by Emily Guerra, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Los Angeles Water Works: Histories of Water and Place, Studio for Southern California History, Los Angeles, CA

Raíz y Rama: At the Crossroads to Mictlán, La Calavera Pocha newspaper, Self Help Graphics & Art 40th Anniversary Day of the Dead celebration, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo Oral History, Chicano Studies Research Center, interviewed by Karen Mary Davalos, UCLA

2012

Perspectives: Make ‘Em All Mexican, group exhibition, Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art, curated by Eva Kirsch, California State University San Bernardino, CA

Make ‘Em All Mexican, solo exhibition, Arte Americas in collaboration with the Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, California

A Prayer for the Earth Eco Installation, solo exhibition, MacNider Museum, Mason, Iowa

A Prayer for the Earth Eco Installation, solo exhibition, Museum of the Southwest, Midland, Texas

This is the NOW! 4th Chicana/o Biennial, Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latina America (MACLA), San Jose, CA

Aqua Art Miami / Basel Week Miami, represented by the George Lawson Gallery

Random Acts of Time, curated by William Moreno, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA

Breaking in Two: A Provocative Vision of Motherhood, Arena 1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Women’s Caucus for the Arts 40th Anniversary “Momentum” Exhibition, curated by Rita Gonzalez, Associate Curator, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), presented at Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA

From a Whisper to a Roar: Women Artists Charting Their Own Coursecurated by Avinger Nelson, Avenue 50 Studio, Highland Park, CA

Linda Vallejo: Thugs and Hoes, The Loft at Liz’s

Special Projects

Three Places: Pacific Standard Time artist Linda Vallejo, by Kevin Ferguson/KPCC FM/Off-Ramp

WCA National Conference Multicultural Artist Panel. “From a Whisper to a Roar:
An Intimate Dialogue with Multicultural Artists” moderated by Betty Ann Brown and Linda Vallejo presented at the Bonaventure Hotel, Los Angeles, CA

2011

Make ‘Em All Mexicansolo exhibition, curated by Dr. Karen Mary Davalos, Avenue 50 Studio, Los Angeles, CA

L.A. Xicano “Mapping Another LA: The Chicano Art Movement”group exhibition and catalog published to accompany the Getty Foundation Initiative: Pacific Standard Time: Art in Los Angeles 1945—1980, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press, edited by Chon A. Noriega, Terezita Romo, and Pilar Tompkins Rivas

Doin’ It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman’s Building and From Site to Vision: The Woman’s Building in Contemporary Culture, group exhibition and catalog, part of the Getty Foundation Initiative: Pacific Standard Time: Art in Los Angeles 1945—1980, published by the Ben Maltz Gallery and Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA

ArtPadSF: Random Acts of Time, group exhibition, curated by William Moreno, ArtPadSF, Phoenix Hotel, San Francisco, CA

Pretty Profaneexhibition featuring the works of Linda Vallejo and Paul Torres, Flag Stop Art Fair, South Bay Lexus Dealership, Torrance, CA

Lasting Legacies: A Tribute to the Chicano Art Movement, group exhibition, La Plaza de Cultura y Artes, Los Angeles, CA

Chants, Prayers & Poems: Compound Visions of Healing, group exhibition, SCA Project Gallery, Pomona, CA

Special Projects

Sisterhood City: Feminist Art in Los Angeles, panel discussion at the LA Art Show, moderated by Betty Ann Brown, sponsored by Art Ltd. Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

FM April 27: Sisterhood City, Deliver This! & Where is your Line?Feminist Magazine, radio show hosted by Lynn Harris Ballen and Alicia Fry, KPFK FM Radio

 L.A. Xicano: A Symposium on Art and Place Over Time, paper presented by Dr. Karen Mary Davalos, Professor of Chicano and Latino Studies University of Minnesota, Twin Falls at UCLA Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, CA

2010

Fierce Beauty: The Artwork of Linda Vallejo, a 40-year retrospective exhibition accompanied by a series of lectures and presentations, Plaza de la Raza Cultural Center for Arts and Education, Boathouse Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

The Electrics, solo exhibition, Galerie Anaïs, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA

A Prayer for the Earth Eco Installation, solo exhibition, Mary G. Hardin Center for Cultural Arts, Gadsden, AL

Muertos de Risa: 80s Vintage Day of the Dead Works from Self Help Graphics & Art’s Collection, group exhibition, ChimMaya Gallery, Montebello, CA

Collector’s Choicegroup exhibition, curated by Armando Durón, the Latino Art Museum, Pomona, CA

Nació en Aztlan, group exhibition, The dA Center for Arts, Pomona, CA

A Prayer for Juarezgroup exhibition, Casa 101, Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

“La Cortesana,” acquired by the National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago, Il

The All City Waitress Marching Band, ArtScene’s 25th Anniversary, produced by Jerri Allyn, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

Latino Art Now!The New Wave/La Nueva Ola Third Biennial National Conference hosted by Plaza de al Raza Cultural Center for the Arts and Education, Los Angeles, CA

Fierce Beauty: A Forty Year Retrospective, Latino Museum Studies Program, Smithsonian Latino Center, Washington, DC

2009

We Belong to the Earth: A Tribute to California’s Indigenous Traditions, A Prayer for the Earth Eco Installation & group exhibition, San Luis Obispo Art Center, CA

Rastros y Crónicas: Women of Juárezgroup exhibition, National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago, Ill

Censored, The Room, Michel Allen Consulting, New York, NY

Women Artists on Immigration, group exhibition, Southern California Women’s Caucus for the Arts, Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles, CA

(re)cycle, L2Kontemporary Gallery, exhibition featuring Linda Vallejo and Steven Rivers, Los Angeles, CA

Dearly Departed: A Day of the Dead Celebration, group exhibition for Day of the Dead, The Chandler Center for the Arts, Vision Gallery, Chandler, AZ

16 x 20, group exhibition, ChimMaya Gallery, Montebello, CA

The Chicana/o National Biennial 2009, group exhibition, Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana (MACLA), San Jose, CA

Sólo Mujeres: Future Landscapes Designed by Women, group exhibition, Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, San Francisco, CA

Show & Tell: the art of language, group exhibition and publication, The Zimmer Children’s Museum, Los Angeles, CA

La Sagrada, group exhibition, Liliflor Collective Studios, Mujeres de Maíz: International Women’s Day, Los Angeles, CA

2008

La Vida sin Fin, group exhibition, National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago, Ill

The Art of Thought, City of Brea Art Gallery, Brea, CA

Sabado Gigante and Pintores de Aztlán: Group Chicano Exhibition, group exhibition, Patricia Correia Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA

Death of the Bush Era: What Next?, group exhibition, Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), Venice, CA

Spirits of LA, group exhibition, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA

“The Chair,” A Seat in the Imagination, group exhibition, Howeeduzzit Gallery, Alhambra, CA

Ancient Ofrenda: Elements of an Altar, 9th Annual Dia de los Muertos Festival, presented by Jennifer Clugston and Pauliasi Fanaika, Arizona State University Museum of Anthropology, Tempe, Arizona

Special Projects

Somos Medicina: Mujeres de Maíz, group exhibition and publication, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Maestra Atelier, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Chicana Art and Artists, Linda Vallejo guest lecture with Professor Judith F. Baca, Cesar Chavez Center and World Arts & Culture Department, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

The Xochiquetzalli Poetry Night & Benefitfundraiser event for Xochiquetzalli Anthology, Macha Femme Press & Galeria de la Raza, Los Angeles, CA

2007

If Peace Is An Anomaly, Then What is War?, Kerkhoff Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Los Angeles, CA

Echoes: Women Inspired by Nature, group exhibition, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA

12 Artists, 24 Ideas, group exhibition, Avenue 50 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

The Floating World, featuring Linda Vallejo and Gina Stepaniuk,Metro Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Continuing the Latino Art Tradition, group exhibition, Channing Peake Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA

Special Projects

Nature Exposed: An Interview with Linda Vallejo, Her Circle Ezine, feature article, by Diane Leon Ferdico, University of New York, New York

Breaking In Two, documentary by Sabine Sighichelli featuring Linda Vallejo

Chicano/Latino Arts of Los Angeles Oral History Project, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC); Terezita Romo, Project Coordinator and Dr. Karen Mary Davalos, Los Angeles, CA

Armando Duron: Passion and Patrimony —The Art of Collecting, Real Talk LA Magazine, interviewed by Juan Rodriguez, gallerist, Los Angeles, CA

Revealed: Women, Art, Life, Success, an Interview Dialogue, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, a panel moderated by Betty Ann Brown and Linda Vallejo, Los Angeles, CA

City of Los Angeles 2007 Latino Heritage Month Celebration, presented by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles, CA

Story Symposium for Los Angeles Women: A Record of Experience, National Center for the Preservation of Democracy, The Studio for Southern California History, Los Angeles, CA

2006

Meditations on the Natural World & A Prayer for the Earth Eco Installation, solo exhibition, Natural History Museum, Los Angeles, CA

New Installations 2006, solo exhibition including three world premier works, Sierra Arts Gallery, Reno, Nevada

Tigers and Jaguars: LA’s Asian-Latino Art PhenomenonCraft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Moving Towards the Infinite, Carlotta’s Pasión, Los Angeles, CA

Visiones de Nuestra Cultura/Visions of our Culture, group exhibition, presented by Comisión Femenil, San Fernando Valley, CA

Into the Future: Aztlan, A Chicano Art Exhibit, group exhibition, curated by Frank Garcia, The dA Center For Arts, Pomona, CA

2005

Linda Vallejo in the Project Room, solo exhibition, Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Fifth Annual International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Florence, Italy

The Tree of Life, group exhibition, El Camino College Art Gallery, Torrance, CA

Special Projects

Durfee Foundation Individual Artist Grant, Los Angeles, CA

2004

A Prayer for the Earthsolo exhibition,  Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA

A History of Conflict – A Future of Hope, Frazier Museum, Louisville, Kentucky

Mujeres/Women, group Chicana exhibition, Patricia Correia Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA

Balancing Beliefs: Urban Healing Visions, group exhibition, Avenue 50 studio, a senior project of the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures, Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

Face of Sky, a collection of poems by Peggy DoBreer, cover image, Los Angeles, CA

2003

HOPE In the Midst of War, Death and Destruction Installation / Ofrendas, Day of the Dead Exhibition, Tropico de Nopal, Los Angeles, CA

Returning to Aztlan, dA Art Space, Pomona, CA

Latino Art Museum Biennale, Latino Art Museum, Claremont, CA

Fall Artwalk ’03, The Brewery Art Association, Los Angeles, CA

De Colores Art Show, California Oil Museum, Santa Paula, CA

Espejo de la Nueva Mujer/Mirror of a New Woman, Revolution/Evolution IISelf Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

Latina Leadership Network 16th Annual Conference, keynote speaker, Latina Leadership Network of the California Community Colleges, Hyatt Regency Islandia, San Diego, CA

Three American Artists: Kim Abeles, Judy Baca and Linda Vallejo—A Presentation of the Art Work and Career of Artists That Focus on Ecological, Political and Spiritual Issues in America, Fourth China-U.S. Conference on Women and Leadership: Holding up Half the Sky, Global Interactions, Shanghai & Beijing, China

Women, Art, and Feminism, Huntington Women’s Studies Seminar, Huntington Library, Panel moderated by Dr. Betty Brown, art historian and critic, with Connie Butler, curator, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, Jill D’Agnenica, Installation Artist, and Linda Vallejo, San Marino, CA

2002

Nature and Spiritsolo exhibition, Howell Green Fine Art Gallery, Topanga, CA

Nature and Spirit, solo exhibition, Latino Art Museum, Pomona, CA

Arte y Cultura; Celebrating Latino Art, Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA

Special Projects

Insurgent Muse: Life and Art at the Woman’s Building, publication party with opening ritual by Linda Vallejo, Central Library, Mark Taper Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA

2001

Other Footprints to Aztlan; Works from the Collection of Mary and Armando DurónSocial and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), Venice, CA

Mother Earth/Father Sky, Southern California Artists Gallery (SCA), Pomona Arts Colony, Pomona, CA

Dreams & Reality, The Marjorie and Herman Platt Gallery and the Borstein Gallery, University of Judaism, Los Angeles, CA

Defining the Sublime, Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA

East of the River: Chicano Art Collectors Anonymous, Santa Monica Museum, Santa Monica, CA

Los Cielossolo exhibition, Howell Green Fine Art Gallery, Topanga, CA

The Summer Show, group exhibition, Soho Gallery, Studio City, CA

John Valadez: La Frontera/The Border, Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA

Special Projects

“Mental Menudo,” artist presentation/discussion with Anne Stahl & Linda Vallejo, facilitated by Gilbert “Magu” Lujan, Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Art Center, Pomona, CA

Linda Vallejo presents El Día de los Muertos Ceremonial 2001, The Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), Los Angeles, CA

2000

Los Cielos, solo exhibition, Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) Venice, CA

Multicultural Perspectives on Paganism, Neighborhood CUUPS, Pasadena, CA

Special Projects

Chicana Artists Speak on their Work, Cal State Los Angeles University Times, by Jennifer Ashley, Vol. 167, No. 14., Los Angeles, CA

1999

Los Cielos/The Heavens, solo exhibition, Shinji Shumeikai of America Gallery, Pasadena, CA

1998

Special Projects

Symposium to Explore the Many Faces and Voices of our Lady of Our Lady of GuadalupeCal State University Northridge, Northridge, CA

1996

Galería Las Americas New Location Grand Inaugural ExhibitionGalería Las Americas, Santa Monica, CA

Special Projects

The History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement, PBS Documentary

Linda Vallejo: Artist Interview, KCET TV Life and Time, Los Angeles, CA

1995

¡Sola!, solo exhibition, José Galvez Art Gallery, Tucson, AZ

Las Sirenas, Galería Las Américas, Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

The Chicana Art Multimedia Database, Stanford University, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, Univision Hola Los Angeles, Spanish Language Television, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, KABC Vista LA: Buscando America, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, KPFK Radio Up for Air, Los Angeles, CA

1994

¡Sola!, solo exhibition, Galería Las Américas, Los Angeles, CA

I Bienal de Pintura Mexicana y Chicana, Instituto Cultural Mexicano de Los Angeles, CA

Art In General: Gathering Medicine Coast to Coast, National Artists of Color, New York, NY

Special Projects

Linda Vallejo Interview, Ola Los Angeles, Galavision Television, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, LA After Dark, Buenavision Television, Los Angeles, CA

1993

CARA, traveling exhibition, Bronx Museum of the Arts New York, The San Antonio Museum of Art, El Paso Museum of Art, Mexico City Modern Art Museum, Denver Art Museum, Albuquerque Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modem Art, Fresno Art Museum, Tucson Museum of Art, National Museum of American Art, Wright Art Gallery at UCLA, Museo de America, Spain

Espectro de Chicano, Group Exhibition, Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut, CA

Refleciones de Nuestro Continente, Group Exhibition, Galería Las Américas, Los Angeles, CA

Reencuentro 1993, Mexican Cultural/Trade Convention, Los Angeles, CA

Unidos Todo el Continente, Galería Las Américas, Los Angeles, CA

Latino Artists Expo 93, The Pasadena Center, CA

Bury Racism, Hole in the Wall Gallery, West Hollywood, CA

Special Projects

Linda Vallejo: Artist Interview, Pasadena Star-News, Pasadena, CA

Art N Barbee, Art Auction to benefit Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic, Hollywood, CA

CAS Program, Key Note Speaker, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

First Annual Latino Art Expo, Pasadena Convention Center, Pasadena, CA

¡Saludarte! A Day of Art and Happenings, special event to benefit the Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic, Los Angeles, CA

1992

CARA, traveling exhibition, Bronx Museum of the Arts New York, The San Antonio Museum of Art, El Paso Museum of Art, Mexico City Modern Art Museum, Denver Art Museum, Albuquerque Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modem Art, Fresno Art Museum, Tucson Museum of Art, National Museum of American Art, Wright Art Gallery at UCLA, Museo de America, Spain

Arte Actual de Los Angeles, University of Madrid, Spain

La Raza Cósmica, Galería Las Américas, Los Angeles, CA

Trabajadores de la Raza, scholarship fundraiser, Los Angeles, CA

Association of Mexican American Educators, Arte Pacificas, CA

Special Projects

Poesía de las Américas, Galería Las Américas, Los Angeles Poetry Festival, Los Angeles, CA

Galería Las Américas Grand Inaugural Exhibition, Galería Las Américas, Los Angeles, CA

Artist Perspectives Presentation, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

CAS Program, Key Note Speaker, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Feature Artist Presentation, Macondo Art Center, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

1991

CARA, traveling exhibition, Bronx Museum of the Arts New York, The San Antonio Museum of Art, El Paso Museum of Art, Mexico City Modern Art Museum, Denver Art Museum, Albuquerque Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modem Art, Fresno Art Museum, Tucson Museum of Art, National Museum of American Art, Wright Art Gallery at UCLA, Museo de America, Spain

Símbolo y Fuerza, solo exhibition, Galería Nueva, Los Angeles, CA

Contemporary Visions of the Virgen de GuadalupeDowney Museum of Art, Downey, CA

2001: Hispanic Artists’ Odyssey, Museo Chicano, Phoenix, AZ

Stations that Strive, A.R.T. Gallery, The First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, Hollywood, CA

ExVotos y Ofrendas, Exhibitions for Dia de Los Muertos: a woman’s point of view, Galeria de la Raza Studio 24, San Francisco, CA

Special Projects

Latinas Making History AwardsComisión Femenil de Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Annual Report, Los Angeles, CA

CAS Program, Key Note Speaker, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Visiting Lecturer, Fresno Metropolitan Art Museum, Fresno, CA

Scholars Program Speaker, California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, CA

Artist Speaker, Santa Monica City College, Santa Monica, CA

1990

CARA, traveling exhibition, Bronx Museum of the Arts New York, The San Antonio Museum of Art, El Paso Museum of Art, Mexico City Modern Art Museum, Denver Art Museum, Albuquerque Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum of Modem Art, Fresno Art Museum, Tucson Museum of Art, National Museum of American Art, Wright Art Gallery at UCLA, Museo de America, Spain

¡Viva los Artistas!, Center Gallery, Jewish Community Center, Long Beach, CA

Aquí Estamos…y No Nos VamosCal State University, San Bernardino, University Art Gallery, San Bernardino, CA

A Convocation of Spirits, Ventura Arts Council Momentum Gallery, Women’s History Month exhibition, curated by Maureen Davidson, Oxnard, CA

Estampa Chicana: La Locura Cura, Galería el Juglar, Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico, D.F.

For Chicano, Casa Mexico de las Imagenes de San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico

Images of the Earth: Ancestral Memories, Linda Vallejo West Coast PremiereGalería Nueva, Los Angeles, CA

Galería Nueva Inaugural ExhibitionGalería Nueva, Los Angeles, CA

Vallejo, One Woman Exhibition, Galería Nueva, Los Angeles, CA

Palos de Fuego, L.A. Nicola, Los Angeles, CA

Days of the DeadLong Beach Museum of Art, CA

Día De Los Muertos, Los Angeles Photography Center, CA

Special Projects

CARECEN Sixth Annual Dinner, Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, CA

Aquí y Alla, Chicano Lecture Series, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Southern California Women’s Caucus for the Arts, Speaker, Los Angeles, CA

Regional Selection Committee, 1990 CARA Exhibition, UCLA Wight Gallery

Celebration of Latinas in the Arts, Comisión Femenil de Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

1989

Exhibitions of American Prints and Hispanic Art on PaperThe Graphics Arts Council, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Linda Vallejo, solo exhibition, Palos Verdes Art Center Collector’s Gallery, CA

One Woman, solo exhibition, Roark, Los Angeles, CA

New Year/New Art, Merging One Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

ShrinesFHP Hippodrome Gallery, Long Beach, CA

The Power of the Image, William Grant Still Community Arts Center, Los Angeles, CA

Merging Cultures, Allstate Regional Offices, Los Angeles, CA

Fire Show VSelf Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Art for Milk, Schwartz Cierlak Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

12″ and Under, Golden West College, Westminster, CA

Special Projects

Festival: En Celebración de la Independencia de México, West Los Angeles Civic Center MallGolden West College Art Gallery, Westminster, CA

A Survey of the State’s Museums, Galleries and Leading Artists, The California Art Review, American Reference, Chicago, Ill

Fine Arts Lecturer/Teacher, MOCA Education Department, Los Angeles, CA

1988

One Woman, solo exhibition, System “M” Gallery, Long Beach, CA

One Woman, solo exhibition, New Salon Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

One Woman, solo exhibition, Galería Posada, Sacramento, CA

Vallejo, solo exhibition, Whittier College Art Gallery, CA

Cinco de Mayo Exhibition, William Grant Still Community Arts Center, Los Angeles,CA

Focus: Long Beach Centennial Exhibition, Cal State University Long Beach, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA

The Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) Benefit Auction, Turske Whitney Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Fifth Annual Day of the Dead, Los Angeles Photography Center

Deadlines, Fresno Metropolitan Museum, CA

In Keeping: Hope, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA

Dimensions/Transformations, Century Gallery, Sylmar, CA

Latino Americano Artists, Impressiones Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Rasquachismo, Southwest Chicano Art Exhibition, Mars Artspace, Phoenix, AZ

We Are Orange County, City Of Brea Centennial Exhibition, Brea, CA

Museum of Contemporary Art, auction to benefit MOCA, Los Angeles, CA

Día de Los Muertos, Fresno Metropolitan Art Museum/The Stock Exchange/Karno Books and Gallery/Sonrisa Gallery, Los Angeles, CA and Fresno, CA

1st Annual Nuevo Chicano Exhibition, Plaza de la Raza, Los Angeles, CA

Three Sculptors, Thinking Eye Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Long Beach Artists Invitational, All City Exhibition, California State University Long Beach, CA

Artists Para Artistas, Exhibit of Chicano Community Artists, Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

Visiting Lecturer, California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, CA

1987

Art of ResistanceJapanese American Cultural Community Center, Los Angeles, CA

Variations on A Goddess, video performance and interview, The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

Cerritos College Invitational Exhibition, Main Gallery, Cerritos, CA

Atelier Limited Edition Prints, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

Visiting Lecturer, California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, CA

Artists in the Prisons, Life Drawings Professor, UCLA Artsreach, Los Angeles, CA

Visiting Lecturer, University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA

Art at Your Fingertips, Art in the Schools Program, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA

1986

Lo del Corazón: Heartbeat of a CultureNational Traveling Exhibition, The Mexican Museum, San Francisco, CA

Artsfest, Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, CA

Cross PollinationThe Woman’s Building Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Common Groundcurator and exhibitor, Brockman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Multi-Media Works, Roberts Art Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Harmonia en Color: Hispanic Artists of the 80’sSalon de Fiestas, Los Angeles, CA

Art Against Apartheid, Brockman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Long Beach Art Expedition, Long Beach, CA

In the Pink, fine arts auction, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, CA

Día de Los Muertos Exhibition and Panel, The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

Día de Los Muertos, Galería De La Raza/Studio 24, San Francisco, CA

Día de Los Muertos, Los Angeles Photographic Center, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

LA Prints: Self Help Graphics Ateliér ProgramSelf Help Graphics Atelier, Transamerica Center Gallery, Los Angeles

The Dark Madonna: Women Culture & Community Ritualsproject advisor, produced by Suzanne Lacy at the University of California, Los Angeles, CA

Madre Tierra Press: FloreciendoThe Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

Stele/Chicano Monuments, curated by Linda Vallejo, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA

Orange County Latino Artists, curated by Linda Vallejo, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Orange County, CA

Visiting Lecturer, University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA

Art at Your Fingertips, Art in the Schools Program, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA

Thursday Salon: Drawing Back the Veil: Joan Sutherland, Linda Vallejo, and Luisah Teish, The Woman’s Building and Graphic Center, Los Angeles, CA

1985

Between Two Worlds: The Art of Women’s AltarsOrange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA

Fuego Nuevo (New Fire)Galería Otra Vez, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Traces of Ritual, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA

Fusion ’85, Jewish Community Building, Los Angeles, CA

WXW: Women by Women, Galería de la Raza/Studio 24, San Francisco, CA

16th Anniversary Exhibition, Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego, CA

Special Projects

Brody Arts Fund Fellow Award, in recognition of artistic merit and community involvement, California Communty Foundation, Los Angeles, CA

Studio Visit, Jergin’s Trust Building, Long Beach, CA

Revista Chicano Requena, University Of Texas, Austin, Ethnic Studies Review, Austin, TX

Day of the Dead Workshop with Linda Vallejo, The Woman’s Building & Graphic Center, Los Angeles, CA

Día de Los Muertos, The Los Angeles Photography Center and Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

1984

Southern California Women Writers and Artists, the Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

Voces de la Mujer: An Exhibition of Chicana Artists of Texas and the SouthwestBenson Latin American Collection at University of Texas at Austin & Las Manitas Avenue Cafe, Austin, TX

Artists in California, La Raza Bookstore y Galería Posada, Sacramento, CA

Artistas Indigenous, Third World Women National Exhibition

Arte Chicano: Six Southern California ArtistsSanta Ana College Art Gallery, Santa Ana, CA

Offerings: The Altar Show, Woman Altarmakers, Social and Public Arts Resource Center, Venice, CA

Special Projects

Self-Help Graphics Atelier IV, limited edition fine art silkscreen print invitational,Self Help Graphics Atelier, Transamerica Center Gallery, Los Angeles

1983

Rejoice: Third World Artists in California, Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery, Porter College, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA

A Traves de la Frontera, Centro de Estudios Económicos y Sociales del Tercer Mundo, México, D.F.

Art/Soul Exhibit and Auction, C.G. Jung Institute & Stella Polaris Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Images of the People / Imagenes de la Raza, Amerika Haus Berlin & Horizonte, 2nd Festival of World Cultures, Berlin, Germany

Personal Reflections: Masks by Chicano and Native American artists in California, Galería Posada, Sacramento, CA

The Printed Image, Long Beach Gallery, City of Long Beach Department of Recreation and Human Services, group exhibition, Long Beach, CA

Chicana Voices and Visions: A National Exhibit of Women Artists, Social and Public Arts Resource Center (SPARC), Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

House of Women: A Conference of Feminist Art and Culture in the Eighties, California State University Long Beach, CA

The First Decade: Celebrating the Tenth Anniversary of the Woman’s Building: A Pictoral History, The Woman’s Building Graphic Center, Los Angeles, CA

Learn and Experience the Day of the Dead: Dia de los Muertos with Linda Vallejo, The Woman’s Building Graphic Center, Los Angeles, CA

1982

5 California Artists, Los Angeles City College Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Cinco de Mayo, The Mexican Museum, San Francisco, CA

New Directions in Chicano Art, Austin League of United Chicano Artists, The Printers Gallery, Austin, TX

Special Projects

Madre Tierra Pressexhibition and publication, The Woman’s Building and Graphic Center, Los Angeles, CA

1981

Children of the Sun, Galería Otra Vez Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Tierra de OroCinco de Mayo Art Exhibition, Long Beach Gallery, Long Beach, CA

Artists Missing in Action, Los Angeles County Museum of Art/Artists Coalition for Equality, Los Angeles, CA

Fire in the Lodge, Shakti Gallery, Long Beach, CA

The Sum of the Parts, The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

Cowgirl Commandos, protest against the LACMA Exhibition Art in Los Angeles: Seventeen Artists in the Sixties, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), presented by the Women’s Caucus for the Arts and the Woman’s Building, organized by Suzanne Lacy and Ruth Weisberg

1980

Día de los Muertos, Galería de la Raza, San Francisco, CA

Día de los Muertos Celebration!, Los Angeles Photography Center, Los Angeles, CA

Women for a Change, University of California, Irvine, University Art Gallery, Irvine, CA

Espina/ThornLos Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Los Angeles, CA

Works on Paper by California Chicano Artists, University of Mexico, Guanajuato in Conjunction with Mexican Department of Higher Education

Crossroads, solo exhibition, The Foundation for the Preservation of Ethnic Music and Arts, Los Angeles, CA

Special Projects

Work/Lives in the Graphic Arts, Linda Vallejo, Teresa Vasquez Woodward, The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

Women’s Collective Silkscreening Process Workshop, Linda Vallejo, The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

Speak Your Own Language, Women’s Graphic Center, The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

Creation Myths/Mother Earth/Silkscreen Workshop, Linda Vallejo, The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

1979

3rd World DrawingsThe Society of Ethnic and Special Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz, University Art Gallery, Santa Cruz, CA

Cross Pollination: Perspectives from Three Cultures, group exhibition featuring Elizabeth Catlett, Li Chen, Yoshiko Kanai, Patricia Murillo, D. Rochelle Nicholas, Mildred Thompson, Linda Vallejo, Takako Yamaguchi, The Woman’s Building

Special Projects

Visiting Lecturer, Compton College, Compton, CA

Seven Latino-Americanos, exhibition curated by Linda Vallejo, Long Beach Recreation Department, Long Beach, CA

Creation Myths/Mother Earth/Silkscreen Workshop, Linda Vallejo

1978

Invitation to Death: Día de los Muertos Celebration, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Celebration: Linda Vallejo and Muriel Olguin, San Pedro Municipal Art Gallery, San Pedro CA

Raciones Antiguas/Visiones NuevasLos Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA

Two of a Kind: Prints by Muriel Olguin and Linda Vallejo, Jesus Gutierrez Gallery, San Pedro, CA

Ink and Clay no.5, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA

Faces of Christ, Malone Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University, CA

Mujer y Sociedad en America/Woman and Society in America, exhibition and symposium, Teatro de la Casa de la Cultura, National Indigenous Institute of Mexico, D.F., Tijuana, B.C.

Special Projects

Latin American Artists Exhibition, William Grant Still Community Arts Center, group exhibition curated by Linda Vallejo, Los Angeles, CA

Across the River, group exhibition curated by Linda Vallejo, Roberts Art Gallery, Santa Monica Highschool, Los Angeles, CA

La Mujer: A Visual Dialogue, El Movimiento Aristico Chicano and The Chicago Public Library, Preston Bradley Hall, Chicago, Ill

Black Dolphin Prints, organized by Black Dolphin Workshop for the Art Galleries, California State University, Long Beach, CA

1977

A Creative Space for Women, Galería Otra Vez Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Mechicano presents Four Artists, Galería Otra Vez Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Gallería La Otra Vez presents “Conjunto,” Galería Otra Vez Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Hexagono, Guggenheim Gallery Chapman University, Orange, CA

Traditional Artists 11th Annual Exhibition, San Bernardino County Museum, San Bernardino, CA

1976

A Complex Man, solo exhibition, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

1975

Linda Vallejo, La Sala de Exposiciones de Editora Nacional, Madrid

One Woman Show, Linda Vallejo solo exhibition, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

1969 

Lix Bearitz MagazineTorrejon, Madrid, Spain

Whittier College Theater Department, Production Shots, Whittier, CA

PUBLICATIONS

2019

Habitat: On the Road, ArtNews Magazine, by Katherine McMahon

2018

Beach Is in This California Town’s Name, but It Offers Much More, The New York Times, by Lucas Peterson

My Hero! Contemporary Art & Superhero Action, International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS)

The South Dakota Art Museum Hosts “My Hero!” An Exploration of Superhero Narratives, Juxtapoz Magazine

“Art Speaks, Lend Your Voice” at Arena 1 Galllery, Art and Cake LA, by Genie Davis

Art as Resistance: Curating A Show at Charles White Elementary School, Unframed LACMA, by Chi-Young Kim

We Need Protests. And Paintings., The New York Times, by Héctor Tobar

In these two art shows, the political is personal for our post-Women’s March countryLA Times, by Christopher Knight

¡Hasta L.A. vista! Los Angeles shows Latin America’s art and its influence on California culture in several museumsZeit Online, Weltkunst issue no. 1/2018, By Sebastian Press

PV Arts’ latest exhibit celebrates Latinx artists, Register-Parajonian, by Johanna Miller, Watsonville, CA

LACMA Brings A Universal History of Infamy to Charles White Elementary, Art and Object, by Samuel Gilstrap

“A Universal History of Infamy: Those of This America” upcoming at ​Charles White Elementary School, Blouin Art Info

Exploring Resistance, Aesthetica Magazine, by Anna Feintuck

2017

Signs of the Times, Vasari21, by Ann Landi

One Year: The Art of Politics in Los Angeles, LA Art News

ONE YEAR of Living Dangerously: Political Art Comes of Age in LA, Art and Cake LA, by Lawrence Gipe

Self Help Graphics and the Birth of Modern Day Día de los MuertosKCET Artbound, by Jordan Riefe

Inside Self Help Graphics & Art Día De Los Muertos: A Cultural Legacy, Past Present & Future / PST: LA/LA, Fabrik Magazine, Issue 37, by Eva Recinos

Linda Vallejo: Artillery Magazine “Pick of the Week,” Artillery Magazine, by Annabel Osberg

Linda Vallejo “Keepin’ it Brown” bG gallery, Art and Cake LA, by Lawrence Gipe

Latin America Colonizes Los Angeles Via Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, AEQAI, by Annabel Osberg

The Making of A Universal History of Infamy, Unframed LACMA, by Chi-Young Kim

Brown Washing: Linda Vallejo turns the tables on cultural appropriation for the Getty’s citywide tribute to Latin American influence on Los AngelesThe Argonaut, by Christina Campodonico

Marisa Caichiolo: “In each of my shows there is a significant group of women with a prominent voice, Nueva Mujer, by Denisse Leigthon

Deconstructing Liberty: A Destiny Manifested, Art and Cake LA, by Liz Goldner

The Making of A Universal History of Infamy, Unframed LACMA, by Chi-Young Kim

Liberty of Art for All, Curator Love, by Erika Hirugami

Exhibits will Celebrate Latin American and Latino Art in Orange County, LA Times, by Caitlin Yoshiko Kandil

‘Homage to Mango Street’ showcases Latino artists in tribute to Sandra Cisneros, The Chautaquan daily, by Adrianna Jereb

‘Homage to Mango Street’ exhibition curators Kimes, Bibro to present first 2017 VACI lectures, The Chautauquan Daily, by Adrianna Jerub

Guest critic: ‘Homage to Mango Street’ channels ‘mission to promote dialogue,’ The Chautauquan Daily, by Howard Halle, editor-at-large and chief art critic for Time Out New York

Champions of Chicano Art Need to Face Reality: A Response to Cheech Marin’s New Art CenterArtNet News, by Karen Mary Davalos

15 Female Artists Who’ve Shaped the L.A. Art Scene, LA Weekly, by Eva Recinos

Embedded Messages, Debating the Dream: Truth, Justice and the American Way, The Huffington Post, by Amy Pleasant

Portraits of an Immigrant-Filled Nation at Walter Maciel Gallery, KQED Arts, by Sarah Hotchkiss and Kelly Whalen

A New Exhibit Traces the Influence of Zines and Books on L.A.’s Art Scene, LA Weekly, by Eva Recinos

Walter Maciel Gallery Shines with Politics and Poetry, Art and Cake LA, by Genie Davis

Artists Reckon With Trump’s Inauguration, NY Times, by Michael Paulson and Andrew R. Chow

Artist’s Mobilize: With Liberty and Justice for Some . . . An Exhibition Honoring Immigrants, The Huffington Post, by Amy Pleasant

The L.A. Art Show Reinvents Itself Again — with Help from Major Museums, LA Times, by Deborah Vankin

Chicana/o Remix: Art and Errata since the Sixties, New York University Press, by Karen Mary Davalos, ISBN: 9781479821129

Linda Vallejo: Datos Sagrados, by Shana Nys Dambrot, Los Angeles, CA

Craft in America: Borders Episode, PBS premiere

Art Traffic interview, Art Traffic, by Thomas Adams

Metrópolis – Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (I), The Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española (RTVE)

Radical women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985, by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill and Andrea Giunta; with contributions by Rodrigo Alonso, Hammer Museum and DelMonico Books/Prestel, ISBN: 9783791356808, 3791356801, Los Angeles, CA

2016

Current events at the heart of Pepper Art Gallery’s ‘Embedded Messages’, Redlands Daily Facts, by Suzanne Sproul

In her series ‘Make ‘Em All Mexican,’ artist Linda Vallejo imagines #OscarsSoBrown, Los Angeles Times Calendar Section, Cover Feature, by Jorge Rivas

‘You want to be a Mexican, here you go’: Linda Vallejo on her ‘Brown Oscars’, ARTnews, by Maximilíano Durón

Meet the artist who’s turning all the white Oscar winners brown, Fusion, by Jorge Rivas

Linda Vallejo Brownwashed Past Oscar Winners In ‘Make ‘Em All Mexican’ Collection, Remezcla, by Andrew S. Vargas

How to address #OscarsSoWhite? LA artist says ‘Make ‘Em All Mexican’KPCC ‘Take Two’ radio interview with A. Martinez

Mujeres de Maíz, ONE: Body, Mind, Spirit, Zine vol. 14

Linda Vallejo: Charge of the Soul, by Shana Nys Dambrot, art critic and curator

The Art of Memory: Ten Stories Written and Illustrated by Ten Artists, The Latino Family Literacy Project, published by Lectura Books

After the Chicano Rights Movement: Mapping the Art Market for Contemporary Mexican American Artists, New York University Department of Art and Art Professions, Steihardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, by Diana Ledesma, M.A. Final Project

Claims by Anglo American feminists and Chicanas/os for alternative space: The LA art scene in the political 1970s, University of Gothenburg, by Eva Zetterman, ISSN: 0044-8060

Curating Differently, Feminisms, Exhibitions and Curatorial SpacesCambridge Scholars Publishing, edited by Jessica Sjöholm Skrubbe, ISBN (10): 1-4438-8577-0, ISBN (13): 978-1-4438-8577-5

2015

The one museum show Donald Trump should see this summer, New York Post, by Barbara Hoffman, New York, NY

Madre/Mother, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, cover image, Mujeres de Maíz, Los Angeles, CA

CHST 146: Humor & The Chicana/O Artist, Instructed by Sara V. Hinojos, cover art by Linda Vallejo

Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social, published with support from New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science and the School of Himanities, Arts and Cultural Studies at Arizona State University, AZ

Artidata: “The Brown Dot Project” As a Translative Process essay by Peter Frank, Los Angeles, CA

L.A’s 8 Most Influential Chicana and Chicano ArtsThe Culture Trip, international online publication

Make ‘Em All Mexican: Works By Linda Vallejovideo interview, produced by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC), Los Angeles, CA

Political Ecologies of the U.S./Mexico Border, presented at Anthropology at the Edge: The U.S. Mexico Border/lands Symposium, by John Hartigan

2014

Self Help Graphics & Art: Art in the Heart of East Los Angeles, published by UCLA Chicano Archives, Volume 1 (January), Second Edition, edited by Colin Gunckel, University of Michigan

Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studiespublished by UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Los Angeles, CA

Ofrendas of the FleshMujeres de Maíz ZINE, published by the Mujeres de Maíz, Los Angeles, CA

Brownout: Linda Vallejo Paints a New Color Scheme, Artillery Magazine, by Editor Tulsa Kinney, Los Angeles, CA

Hidden Brownness, albertini 2014 the kite, by Rosanna Albertini

The Browning of the American Dream, F.A.M.E. NYC Magazine, by Afrika Brown

La Fabulosa Obra Artística de Linda Vallejo, LaNetaNeta Mag, by Edgar Ayala, February

Linda Vallejo’s Cultural Transfigurations, The Culture Catch, by DD Lombardi

2013

Tapping the Third Realm: Artists Exploring Spiritual Dimensions, KCET Artbound, by Tyler Stallings

Linda Vallejo’s Art Show Makes Pop Culture Icons Look Mexican, LA Weekly Magazine, by Eva Recinos, Los Angeles, CA

Identity Blinging: Mujeres de Maíz Flor Y Canto, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Issue No. 11, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo: Make ‘Em All Mexican, Artweek, Los Angeles, CA

Fleshing the Spirit: Spirituality and Activism in Chicana, Latina, and Indigenous Women’s Lives, by Elisa Facio and Irene Lara, University of Arizona Press

Make ‘Em All Mexican – Repurposed Art, KRWGTV/FM Radio, by Emily Guerra, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Linda Vallejo Oral History, Chicano Studies Research Center, interviewed by Karen Mary Davalos, UCLA

2012

On Creativity ~ Linda Vallejo, Interesting People Blog, by Shän Boggs

Random Acts of Time, curated by William Moreno, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, CA

Duality y el tiempo: Regina José Galindo at MOLAA; Daniel Lara, Camilo Cruz, Ahree Lee, Dino Dinco, Donnie Molls, Linda Vallejo and others in “Random Acts of Time,” Notes on Looking, by Carlyn Aguilar

Rites of Passage: Mujeres de Maíz Flor Y Canto, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Issue No. 10, Los Angeles, CA

Three Places: Pacific Standard Time artist Linda Vallejo, KPCC FM/Off-Ramp, by Kevin Ferguson

Three Places: Pacific Standard Time artist Linda Vallejo, by Kevin Ferguson/KPCC FM/Off-Ramp

“Wicked Kingdom” at RAFFMA, Highland Community News, Highland, CA

Latino art exhibit enthralls RAFFMA, Coyote Chronicle, by Lupe Duran, San Bernardino, CA

Local artists shine a light on their “Perspectives,” Coyote Chronicle, by Mariela Limon, San Bernardino, CA

“Make ‘Em All Mexican” Solo Exhibition, ¡LatinoLA!, Los Angeles, CA

EXHIBICIÓN: Perspectivas chicanas en San Bernardino, Excélsior, by Olga Rojas, CA

A Prayer for the Earth Opens at MacNider, Globe Gazette, Mason City, IA

A Prayer for the Earth Exhibit Open Friday at Macnider Museum, North Iowa Today, Mason City, IA

California Artist to be at Macnider Museum Friday, North Iowa Today, Mason City, IA

Artist’s view of the earth fills museum, Midland Reporter Telegram, by Georgia Temple, Midland, TX

2011

Linda Vallejo: “Make ‘Em All Mexican” at Avenue 50 Gallery, Art Ltd. Magazine, by Marlena Donohue, editor, Los Angeles, CA

Suffragette City, Art Ltd. Magazine, by Betty Ann Brown, Los Angeles, CA

Feminism and art exhibit to open at Otis College Ben Maltz Gallery, The Argonaut, Los Angeles, CA

Soldadera de Amor: Mujeres de Maíz, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Issue No. 9, Los Angeles, CA

Turtle Island to Abya Yala: A Love Anthology of Art and Poetry by Native American and Latina Women, Malinalli Press, edited by Mica Valdez, San Francisco, CA

Linda Vallejo: New Works, DIC Press, edited by Dismas Reinald Apostolis, ISBN 6136929805, 9786136929804

L.A. Xicano “Mapping Another LA: The Chicano Art Movement”, group exhibition and catalog published to accompany the Getty Foundation’s Initiative: Pacific Standard Time: Art in Los Angeles 1945—1980, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press, edited by Chon A. Noriega, Terezita Romo, and Pilar Tompkins Rivas, Los Angeles, CA

Flag Stop Art Fair: South Bay Lexus Dealership Becomes an Art Gallery, LA Weekly, by Shana Nys Dambrot, Los Angeles, CA

Proof Is in the Print: This Artweek.LA (Sept 26 – October 2), Huffpost, by Bill Bush, Publisher of Artweek.LA, Los Angeles, CA

FM April 27: Sisterhood City, Deliver This! & Where is your Line?Feminist Magazine, radio show hosted by Lynn Harris Ballen and Alicia Fry, KPFK FM Radio

2010

L.A. Rising: SoCal Artists Before 1980, California International Arts Foundation New Encyclopedia, written and edited by Lyn Kienholz, Overseen by Joan Weinstein, Associate Director, Getty Foundation, ISBN-10: 0917571134, ISBN-13: 978-0917571138, Los Angeles, CA

One. The Mind Aware, New Momentum For Human Unity Productions, ISBN: 978-1-4507-1851-6

13 BAKTUN: Return of the Wisdom of the Elders, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, issue no. 8, ISSN: 1947-4210, Los Angeles, CA

Bringing Aztlán to Mexican Chicago: My Life, My Work, My ArtUniversity of Illinois Press, by Jóse Gamaliel González

Latino History and Culture: An Encyclopedia Vol. 1, M.E. Sharpe, by David J. Leonard, ISBN-10: 0765680831, ISBN-13: 978-0765680839

Latin culture inspires exhibit, Campus Times, by Kristen Campbell, Nicholas Mitzenmacher, La Verne, CA

Linda Vallejo at Gallery Anais, ArtSceneCal, The Electrics review by Nancy Kay Turner, Los Angeles, CA

Fierce Beauty Retrospective Catalog Essays

Linda Vallejo “Fierce Beauty” A Forty Year RetrospectiveFierce Beauty: A Forty Year Retrospective catalog interview by William Moreno, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo “Fierce Beauty” A Forty Year Retrospective, Fierce Beauty: A Forty Year Retrospective catalog essay by Betty Ann Brown, Art Historian, Critic and Curator, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo “Fierce Beauty” A Forty Year Retrospective, Fierce Beauty: A Forty Year Retrospective catalog essay by Gloria Orenstein, professor of Comparison Literature and Gender Studies, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Notes From the Living Room CouchFierce Beauty: A Forty Year Retrospective foreword by Armando Durón, Art Critic and Collector, Los Angeles, CA

Electric Ladyland: Linda Vallejo’s Digital VisionFierce Beauty: A Forty Year Retrospective catalog essay by Peter Frank, Art Critic for The Huffington Post and Senior Curator at Riverside Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA

The Earth is a Heavenly Body: The Mythopoetic Universe of Linda VallejoFierce Beauty: A Forty Year Retrospective catalog essay by Gloria Orenstein, professor of Comparison Literature and Gender Studies, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

The Electrics, essay by Gloria Orenstein, professor of Comparison Literature and Gender Studies, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

The Electric Oaks, speech for Galerie Anais on Linda Vallejo’s Electric Oaks, by Gloria Orenstein, prof. Comp. Lit. and Gender Studies, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, June 17, 2010

Walking the Road: The Art and Artistry of Linda VallejoFierce Beauty: A Forty Year Retrospective catalog essay by Sybil Venegas, Art Historian, Writer and Educator, Los Angeles, CA

2009

Speak for the Trees, exhbition and catalog, Marquand Books, Friesen Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho, and Seattle, Washington

Show & Tell: the art of language, group exhibition and publication, The Zimmer Children’s Museum, Los Angeles, CA

“We Belong to the Earth” Connects SLO to its Roots, Mustang News, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

Artists in Focus: Linda Vallejo, Focus on the Masters Interview & Tuesday Talk Series, interview by Donna Granata, Ventura, CA

Master’s Thesis by Lydia Etman, Art History, California State University, Northridge, CA

2008

Somos Medicina: Mujeres de Maíz, group exhibition and publication, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA

Latina/o Healing Practices: Mestizo and Indigenous Perspectives, Routledge Publishers, edited by Brian W. McNeill and Jose M. Cervantes, ISBN-10: 0415954207, ISBN-13: 978-0415954204

Who perceives more discrimination? Individual difference predictors among Latinos and Anglos, Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, executive summary of Shorey, H. S., Cowan, G., & Sullivan, M. P. (2002), DOI: 10.1177/0739986302024001001

2007

Linda Vallejo: Life Choices and Turning Points, Downtown LA Life Magazine, Artist Cover Story, Los Angeles, CA

Cantando Al Amanecer, Mujeres de Maíz ZINE, Issue no. 5, Los Angeles, CA

What makes Linda Vallejo’s art so compelling and relevant to contemporary life?, critical essay by William Moreno, curator and critic, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo: A Prayer for the Earth, critical essay by John Mendelsohn, writer and critic, New York, NY

Floating World, Metro Gallery exhibition catalog, by Betty Ann Brown, Hollywood, CA

Continuing the Latino Tradition at Channing Gallery, Santa Barbara Independent, by Heather Jeno, Santa Barbara, CA

Echoes: Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Artillery Magazine, summer issue, Los Angeles, CA

Topanga Artists Showcased at OCCA, Topanga Messenger, by Flavia Potenza, founding editor, Los Angeles, CA

Echoes: Women Inspired by Nature – Rabyn Blake and Linda Vallejo Reviewed by Flavia Potenza, The Topanga Messenger, Los Angeles, CA

Nature Exposed: An Interview with Linda Vallejo, Her Circle Ezine, feature article, by Diane Leon Ferdico, University of New York, New York

Breaking In Two, documentary by Sabine Sighichelli featuring Linda Vallejo

Chicano/Latino Arts of Los Angeles Oral History Project, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC); Terezita Romo, Project Coordinator and Dr. Karen Mary Davalos, Los Angeles, CA

2006

Toltecayotl Cihuatl, Mujeres de Maiz Flor y Canto, Zine 2006, vol. 4, ISSN:1947-4210

2004

Patricia Correia Gallery: Chicana y Chicano Artists in Group Exhibits, Latin Style Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo: A Prayer for the Earth, by Ann Landi, contributing editor of ARTnews and author of the four-volume Schirmer Encyclopedia of Art

Aztlán; A Journal of Chicano Studies, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Vol. 29, No. 2, ISSN: 0005-2604, Los Angeles, CA

2003

Sons and Daughters of Los: Culture and Community in L.A. (Wide Angle Books), Temple University Press, by David James, ISBN-10: 1592130135, ISBN-13: 978-1592130139

Returning to Aztlan: Chicano Art, Art Daily

2002

Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art: 2002, Bi-Lingual Press, Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

A to Z of American Women in the Visual Arts, Facts on File publishers, by Carol Kort and Liz Sonneborn, ISBN-10: 0816043973, ISBN-13: 978-0816043972

2001

Linda Vallejo y Su Visión de los Cielos, Nuestra Gente Magazine, by Lilian Jiménez, Los Angeles, CA

Celebrating Art, Life, and El Día De Los Muertos with Artist Linda Vallejo, Latin Style Magazine, by Judi Jordan, Issue 41, Los Angeles, CA

Two of a Kind: Artists with different backgrounds but similar concerns featured together in Pomona Arts Colony exhibit, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, by Susan McCormack, Pomona, CA

Latinos: A Biography Of The People, W.W. Norton & Company, by Earl Shorris, New York, NY

Exhibiting Mestizaje: Mexican (American) Museums in the Diaspora, University of New Mexico Press, by Karen Mary Davalos, ISBN-10: 0826318991, ISBN-13: 978-0826318992, Albuquerque, New Mexico

2000

Chicana Artists Speak on their Work, Cal State Los Angeles University Times, by Jennifer Ashley, Vol. 167, No. 14., Los Angeles, CA

Celebrating Life Forces: Linda Vallejo, Los Angeles Times Calendar Section, by Leah Ollman, Los Angeles, CA

Oxnard Museum Readies First Exhibit of New Artworks, Los Angeles Times, by Katie Cooper, Los Angeles, CA

Images of Ambiente: Homotextuality and Latin American Art 1810-today, Bloomsbury Academic, by Rudi Bleys, ISBN-10: 0826447236, ISBN-13: 978-0826447234

Chicanos en Mictlan: Día de Los Muertos in California, University of Michigan, by Tere Romo, The Museum, ISBN-10: 1880508087, ISBN-13: 9781880508084

Feminism on the Border: Chicana Gender Politics and Literature, University of California Press, by Sonia Saldívar-Hull, ISBN: 9780520207332

Los Cielos 2000: The Work of Linda Vallejoby Sybil Venegas, art historian, UCSB Library, Santa Barbara, CA

Notes from the Living Room Couch: A Collector Speaks Out, Armando Durón, art collector, UCSB Library, Santa Barbara, CA

Urban Prayers: The Celestial Imagery of Linda Vallejo, by Reina Alejandra Prado Saldivar, educator and curator, UCSB Library, Santa Barbara, CA

Sublime Gifts, LA Times, by Josef Woodward, Los Angeles, CA

1999

Linda Vallejo: Los Cielos/The Heavens, Saludos Hispanos Magazine

Latin American Women Artists of the United States, published by McFarland & Company, Inc., by Robert Henkes, Jefferson, NC

1998

The Reader’s Companion to U.S. Women’s History, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, ASIN: B015X3ZK6W, ISBN-10: 0618001824, ISBN-13: 978-0618001828edited by Marysa Navarro, Gwendolyn Mink, Gloria Steinem, Wilma MankillerBarbara Smith

Exposición Resalta el Arte de Angelinos, Los Angeles Times Nuestro Tiempo, Los Angeles, CA

Chicano Art Moves Beyond Murals, Art Business News

Collecting Latin American Art, Hispanic Business Magazine

1997

Artists Draw from Culture and Tradition for Inspiration, Art Business News, by Laura Meyers

Hispanic and Latin American Art, Southwest Art Magazine, by Carol Damian

Retratos-Portraits, Luz en Arte y Literatura, Luz Bilingual Publishing, Inc., by Carol Damian, Editor: Verónica Miranda, Tarzana, CA

Living Chicana Theory, Third Woman Press, edited by Carla Trujillo, ISBN-10: 0943219159, ISBN-13: 978-0943219158, Berkeley, CA

Galeria Las Americas and the “Dama de la Pintura” Linda Vallejo, Valle de Coachella, by Kayo, Indio, CA

1996

Latin Style: Arte de las Américas, Latin Style Magazine, Vol. II, No. 3

Strong Hearts, Inspired Minds: 21 Artists Who are Mothers Tell Their StoriesRowanberry Books, by Anne Mavor with photographs by Christine Eagon, Portland, OR

Arte: El Amanecer de Galería America, Vecinos del Valle/Daily News, Artists’ Profiles, by Rafael Arrieta-Eskarzaga, Los Angeles, CA

Arte de las Américas: 1996, Los Angeles Times Calendar Section, Los Angeles, CA

The History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement, PBS Documentary

Linda Vallejo: Artist Interview, KCET TV Life and Time, Los Angeles, CA

1995

Vallejo and the Art of the Americas, The Hispanic Reporter, Los Angeles, CA

A Question of Balance: Artists and Writers on Motherhood, Papier Mache Press, by Judith Pierce Rosenberg, Watsonville, CA

Material Christianity: Religion and Popular Culture in America, Yale University Press, by Colleen McDannell, Newhaven & London

The Chicana Art Multimedia Database, Stanford University, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, Univision Hola Los Angeles, Spanish Language Television, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, KABC Vista LA: Buscando America, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, KPFK Radio Up for Air, Los Angeles, CA

1994

United: All the Continent, Galería Las AmericasARTNews Magazine, by Suzanne Muchnic, Tokyo & NY

Linda Vallejo, Artweek Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 7, Los Angeles, CA

Art Pick Of The Week: Linda Vallejo, LA Weekly, Vol. 16, No. 51, by Maria Elena Fernando, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo, The National Hispanic Reporter, Washington, DC

Linda Vallejo “Sola!”ArtScene Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

I am Woman, Watch Me Soar: Linda Vallejo Canvasses the Feminist Spirit in ‘Sóla!, Los Angeles Downtown News, Vol. 23, No. 48, by Victoria Looseleafe, Los Angeles, CA

Dimensions of the Americas: Art and Social Change in Latin America and the United States, The University of Chicago Press, by Shifra M. Goldman, ISBN: 0-226-30123-0, Chicago, IL

Linda Vallejo Interview, Ola Los Angeles, Galavision Television, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo Interview, LA After Dark, Buenavision Television, Los Angeles, CA

1993

Collecting Collectors: Galería Las Americas Cultivates a Following and a Roster that Spans the HemisphereLos Angeles Downtown News, by Suzanne Lummis , Vol. 22, No. 6, Los Angeles, CA

Downtown Lives, Downtown Arts Development Association, Long Beach, CA

Linda Vallejo: Artist Interview, Pasadena Star-News, Pasadena, CA

1992

Museums and Communities: The Politics of Public CultureSmithsonian Books, by Ivan Karp (Editor), Christine Mullen Kreamer (Editor), Steven Levine (Editor)ISBN 10: 156098189X, ISBN-13: 978-1560981893, Washington, D.C.

Los Hispanos Tienen su Galería de ArteMás Magazine, Chicago, Ill

Linda Vallejo, Art from the RootsLa Gente Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

1991

Companeros and Partners: The CARA Project, Smithsonian Institution Press, by Alicia M. Gonzalez and Edith A. Tonelli, paper presented at the conference Museums and Communities for Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation (CARA), ISBN: 1-56098-164-4 (h), ISSN: 1-56098-189-x (p), Washington, D.C.

Linda Vallejo: Símbolo y Fuerza at Galería Nueva, Latin American Art, Special Exhibitions Publication, Galería Nueva, Los Angeles, CA

Linda Vallejo, Símbolo y Fuerza Review, ArtScene Magazine, Vol. 11, No. 2, by Dr. Edith A. Tonelli, Los Angeles, CA

Símbolo y Fuerza de Dualidad Espiritual: La Visión de Linda Vallejo, Los Angeles Daily News, Los Angeles, CA

Premian a Hispanas Destacadas en Diversas Esferas ProfesionalesLa Opinión Newspaper, Los Angeles, CA

Chicano Art, Resistance and Affirmation 1965—1985, Wight Art Galleryby Shifra M. Goldman (Author), Marcos Sanchez-Tranquilino (Author), David R. Maciel (Author), Harry Gamboa (Author), Amalia Mesa-Bains (Author), Victor A. Sorell (Author), Jacinto Quirarte (Author), Richard Griswold del Castillo (Editor), Teresa McKenna (Editor), Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano (Editor), ISBN-10: 0943739152, ISBN-13: 978-0943739151

1990

Chicano and Latino Artists of Los Angeles, photographs by Alejandro Rosas, published by City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles, CA

American Women Sculptors: A History of Women Working in Three Dimensions, G. K. Hall Publications, by Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein, ISBN-10: 0816187320, Boston, MA

Tapping the Unconscious: Linda Vallejo at Galeria Nueva, Artweek, Vol. 21, No. 39, by Shirle Gottlieb, Los Angeles, CA

La Obra de Linda Vallejo Refleja el Retorno a la TierraLa Opinión Newspaper, by Alicia V. Alarcón, Los Angeles, CA

Spirited Show Highlights Women, The Press-Courier: Upfront, by Lisa McKinnon, Oxnard, CA

La “Galería Nueva,” Un Espacio Internacional Para el Arte Chicano y LatinoLa Opinión Newspaper, Los Angeles, CA

Al Tanto: Catorce Cuentos ContemporáneosHoughton Mifflin Company, by Gene S. Kupferschmid, Boston College, Boston, MA & New York, NY

Aquí Estamos…Y No Nos Vamos, The Chronicle, by John Fitch, San Bernardino, CA

Galeria Nueva to host grand opening exhibit, publication and author unknown, Los Angeles, CA

California Artists Review, Chicago, IL

1989

Artist Vallejo HonoredLong Beach Weekly Newspaper, CA

Focus oWomen ArtistLos Angeles Times Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

Exposures: Women & Their Artby Betty Ann Brown and Arlene Raven, NewSage Press, Pasadena, CA

Exposure for women in the arts, Star-News Today, by Kathy Register, Los Angeles, CA

Feature Artist Article, OLA Magazine, Long Beach, CA

Linda Vallejo, Una Artista Vinculada a la Mitología y la Naturaleza, La Opinión Panorama Dominical, by Alejandro Rosas, Los Angeles, CA

Galería Nueva to Host Grand Opening Exhibit, Eastside Journal-Belvedere Citizen, Los Angeles, CA

1988

Shrines at the Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC)Artweek Magazine, San Jose, CA

‘Shrines’ to spirit of life: Hippodrome works celebrate, venerate, Long Beach Spotlight Press-Telegram, by Dinah Berland, Long Beach, CA

1st Annual Hispanic Heritage Auction, Cover Illustration

MALDEF, Mexican American Legal Defense Annual Report

1987

Viva El Arte!, Arte, Forma y Color, Numero III, Guadalajara, Mexico

1986

Chicano artists create monuments for their culture, The Orange County Register, by Suvan Geer

Declaración de una Artista, Fem. Magazine, Diffusion Cultural Feminists, A.C., pg 52, Mexico, D.F.

1985

Brody Arts Fund Gives $100,000 in Minority Aid, LA Times, by Zan Dubin

Federation Sponsors Multi-Cultural Exhibit, Los Angeles Today, Vol. 13, No. 162, by Naomi Pfefferman

Latino artists will have works exhibited, Belvedere Citizen, Eastside Journal, Los Angeles, CA

Women’s History Month: Honors the Unsung, Long Beach Press Telegram, Long Beach, CA

1984

Southern California Women Writers And Artistsby Jacqueline De Angelis and Aleida Rodriguez, Books Of A Feather: Alyson Publications, ASIN: B004V71Q7E, Boston, MA

1983

Madre Tierra: Una Idea, Una Exposición, Una Publicacion, La Opinión Newspaper, by Shifra M. Goldman, Los Angeles, CA

Lady-Unique-Inclination-of-the-Night: Cycle 6, Autumn 1983, University of Texas, by Kay F. Turner and Joanna E. Labow, Lady Unique Sowing Circle, Austin, TX

Women Artists in Los Angeles, Spinning Off Newsletter, The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, CA

Chicana Voices and Visions: A National Exhibit of Women Artists, International Center for the Arts of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, ICAA Record ID 803291, by Shifra M. Goldman

Madre Tierra Press announcement, Caminos Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

Magnificent Masks: An Expressive, Well-Time Exhibit of an Ancient Art, The Sacramento Bee, by Ellen Schlesinger, Sacramento, CA

1982

201: Homenaje a la Ciudad de Los Angeles/The Latino Experience in Los Angeles, Popular Graphics, Los Angeles, CA

Madre Tierra Pressexhibition and publication, The Woman’s Building and Graphic Center, Los Angeles, CA

American Women Artists: from Early Indian Times to the Presentthe first complete story of the lives and art of hundreds of women artists who have enriched our heritage since the beginnings of American History, Avon Books, by Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein, ISBN-10: 0380611015, ISBN-13: 978-0380611010, Boston, MA

1981

Latino Writer, Inc., Chismearte Magazine, Los Angeles, CA

1980

Linda Vallejo, Caminos MagazineVol. 1, No.6, by Kelly Hollister, Vol. 1, No. 6., October, Los Angeles, CA

Thorns and Roses, Artweek Magazine, Vol. 11, No. 30, by Shifra M. Goldman, September 20, Los Angeles, CA

Talento Mexicano en LAImagen Magazine, by Aida Ferrarone, October 1, Mexico, D.F.

Community Art Centers in Los Angeles, Spinning Off Newsletter, by Annette Hunt and Mary McNally, January, Los Angeles, CA

Work/Lives in the Graphic Arts, Linda Vallejo, Teresa Vasquez Woodward, The Woman’s Building

1979

Linda Vallejo, Spinning Off Newsletter, Los Angeles, CA

1978

Muriel Olguin, Linda Vallejo to Exhibit Prints, Harbor Living

Ancient Roots/New Visions Announcement, Art News Magazine, by Josine Ianco-Starrels

1977

Barrio Arts and CraftsEast Los Angeles Brooklyn Belvedere Comet, Volume XXIX

1969 

Lix Bearitz MagazineTorrejon, Madrid, Spain

Whittier College Theater Department, Production Shots, Whittier, CA

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