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Fri Mar 21 17:03:45 2014 UTClccn-n851664730.47Califas Chicano art and culture in California0.821.00Enrique Vidal126735800n 851664731594906lccn-n86802324Mission Cultural Center (San Francisco, Calif.)lccn-n84172318Alternative Museum (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n92108805Studio 24 (San Francisco, Calif.)lccn-n88621787Mesa-Bains, Amalialccn-no2009058973Fraser + Films (Firm)lccn-no2003071972Patapoff, Steveprolccn-no2009058983Fraser, Michelprodrtnp-shokrai, safaShokrai, Safacmplccn-no2009058988Viramontes, Xavierlccn-n91008086United Farm Workers of AmericaGalería de la Raza (San Francisco, Calif.)Exhibition catalogsBiographyPeriodicalsCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryInterviewsMexicoGalería de la Raza (San Francisco, Calif.)All Souls' DayCentral AmericaFuneral rites and ceremoniesHispanic American artCalifornia--San FranciscoHispanic American artistsMexican American artistsHispanic American printmakersUnited Farm Workers of AmericaHispanic American printsPrints--TechniqueWomen artistsArtHispanic American womenWomen in artWomenCaliforniaMexican American womenMexican American artArt, AmericanPrints, AmericanArt, ModernChagoya, EnriqueHomosexuality in artCalifornia--San Francisco Bay AreaHispanic American wood-carvingChristian art and symbolism--Modern periodDrawing, AmericanNew MexicoSantos (Art)Hernández, Ester,Folk artHispanic American women artistsDocumentary photographyStudio 24 (San Francisco, Calif.)Luján, Gilbert,Mexican AmericansValle, Angel delArtists' booksMarijuanaMural painting and decorationPastel drawing, AmericanPastel drawingUnited StatesPrintsCarrasco, Barbara,Mural painting and decoration, AmericanMaradiaga, Ralph19761977198019831985198819891990199119931994199519961997200820101983945393.0972074GT4995.A4451ocn021266542book19880.63Día de los muertos : an exhibition based on the Mexican and Central American annual tradition celebrating and honoring the dead, Alternative Museum, New York City, November 2-December 23, 1988Exhibition catalogs241ocn022234338visu19850.88W x W, Women by women an evening of exchange: Galeria de la Raza/Studio 24, May 29, 1985Exhibition catalogsPresents several hispanic women artists working in a variety of media portraying woman as healer, mother, sister, abuelita, indegina and worker. The artists discuss their work, backgrounds and ideas71ocn052402822book19950.98The (Re)Generation Project at Galería de la Raza presents Queer raza : el corazón me dio un salto : June 24-July 29, 1995Exhibition catalogs72ocn038617074book19830.97Santos de New Mexico : April 3-June 4 1983, Galería de la Raza ... San FranciscoExhibition catalogs71ocn704294392book20100.73Chagoya, EnriqueYtrebil : prints and drawingsExhibition catalogs61ocn039527242book19950.97Regeneration Project presents Lagrimas y Sonrisas : the first (Re)Generation exhibition : February 14-March 25, 1995Exhibition catalogs52ocn037459197book19760.96Valle, Angel delLos sembradores : the marijuana growersExhibition catalogs51ocn030148826book19930.92Mexican artists' books = libros de artista en MéxicoExhibition catalogs51ocn038381805book19910.92Mesa-Bains, AmaliaMagulandia : the work of Gilbert Sanchez LujanCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography41ocn038718044book19890.96Ybarra-Frausto, TomásSo, do you want the truth or do you want to stay happy? : Lorraine GarcíaBiography41ocn038402578book19880.81Mesa-Bains, AmaliaEster HernándezBiography41ocn038384095book19890.96Gamboa, HarryBarbara Carrasco42ocn027260007serial0.97Galería de la Raza, Studio 24 : [newsletter]PeriodicalsExhibition catalogs41ocn038718022book19900.96Burciaga, José AntonioHomenaje a Ralph Maradiaga, 1934-1985Biography31ocn032658774book19950.96The (Re)Generation Project at Galería de la Raza presents Another life up inside her head : Chicana & Latina artists from the emerging generation : April 18 - May 27, 1995, curated by Amalia Mesa-BainsExhibition catalogs31ocn058944706book19891.00Robles, Margarita LunaPinturaltura : vermillion blues spilling, reflections on the works of Juana Alicia31ocn191958344serial1.00AmbientePeriodicals31ocn058944861book19891.00Aguirre, Sylvia MullalyEnrique VidalBiography31ocn058944705book19891.00Mesa-Bains, AmaliaEvocando el paraiso : reflections on the works of Cristina Emmanuel22ocn078610525visu19890.47Califas Chicano art and culture in CaliforniaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsContains the taped Califas Conference (held at the University of California, Santa Cruz, in 1982) as well as presentation of musical and theatrical works, interviews with performers, artists, and authors, and exhibitions of art. A comprehensive presentation of Chicano culture and society in California291ocn318538871visu20080.76Xavier Viramontes printmaker : a life in printBiographyPosters"A profile of Xavier Viramontes, one of the most influential Hispanic artists of our time. His iconoclast silk screen poster, 'BOYCOTT GRAPES', for the United Farmworkers, awakened a nation and rallied the Chicano movement in art. A segment explores the rich history of Galería de la Raza, its origins and influence on the Chicano movement and the culture of San Francisco"--Container22ocn039055833com19961.00University of California, Santa BarbaraGuide to the Galería de la Raza archivesCatalogs22ocn857636879rcrd1.00Rodriguez, PeterOral history interview with Peter RodriguezInterviewsRodriguez speaks of his family background, early childhood and elementary art education; travels to Mexico, Alaska, Colorado, and Washington, D.C.; exhibitions he participated in as well as curated; joining Galería de la Raza; the founding of the Mexican Museum in San Francisco, grants received and support from the San Francisco community; artists Jesse Aguirre, Manuel Villamor, and Ester Hernandez; Ann Rockefeller Roberts and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Collection of Mexican Folkart, acquired by the Mexican Museum in 1985. Rodriquez also discusses the various art forms he works in, including, sculpture, tapestry, oil painting, acrylic painting, portraits of artists, and pen and ink drawings11ocn849926643rcrd1.00Garza, Carmen LomasOral history interview with Carmen Lomas GarzaInterviewsAn interview of Carmen Lomas Garza conducted 1997 Apr. 10-May 27, by Paul Karlstrom, for the Archives of American Art11ocn849929059rcrd1.00Huerta, BenitoOral history interview with Benito HuertaInterviewsHuerta speaks of his early childhood; interest in art; attending graduate school at New Mexico State University; the exhibition "Hispanic Art in the United States: Thirty Contemporary Painters and Sculptors," 1987; interest in music and planning programs while attending undergraduate school at the University of Houston; his relationship with artist Mel Chin; his exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; the Lynn Goode Gallery and an exhibition entitled "Aneurism"; criticism of his artwork; living in San Francisco for two years; Galería de la Raza; painting on black velvet; the exhibition "Chulas Fronteras (Beautiful Borders)" 1986; his chalupas series; the value of curating versus making his own art; "Seen and Unseen" at Diverse Works 1983; "Cowboys, Cadillacs, and Computers" Lawndale Art and Performance Center, University of Houston, 1985; his installation pieces; maps and global images in his work; his co-founding of the art Magazine "Artlies"; public commissions; connections to North Carolina; the Serie project; and the artists he has worked with since arriving at University of Texas, Arlington. Huerta also recalls David Caton, Jane Livingston, John Beardsley, René Yañez, Carmen Lomas Garza, John Hernandez, Kathy Vargas, Victor Zamudio Taylor, Bonnie Pitman, and others11ocn045381745mix0.47Carmen Lomas Garza11ocn754865987mix20100.47Galería de la Raza (San Francisco, Calif.)40th anniversary collector's series : a limited-edition fine art print portfolioSerigraphs by artists Enrique Chagoya, Ana Teresa Fernández, Rupert Garcia, Julio Cesar Morales, and Shizu Saldamando11ocn849926146rcrd1.00Garcia, RupertOral history interview with Rupert GarciaInterviewsSession opens with a discussion of Garcia's exhibition, Aspects of Persistence (1993); the deaths in 1968 of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Marcel Duchamp; Garcia's self-conception and his two roles as political activist and artist; the influence on him of Sartre's "Being and Nothingness"; racism, power, control; his background and being a Mexican-American; need to establish ethnic identity; his realization in high school of wanting to become an artist; his lost opportunity for a scholarship at the San Francisco Art Institute; moving to San Francisco; enlisting in the Air Force and serving in Vietnam; ambivalence about war; experiences at San Francisco State University and his switch from painting to silkscreen; Artes Seis and Galerie de la Raza; artists in the Mission DistrictFri Mar 21 15:46:01 EDT 2014batch16440