CALENDAR

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2017 - PST LA/LA: Billboard on Sunset Blvd referencing my PST exhibition with Patssi Valdez.

2020 EXHIBITIONS

FEB 8 - APR 5, 2020

50 YEARS of CHICANO/A ART ACTIVISM ACROSS BORDERS: Printmaking, Making Prints, and Making Art History, San Diego State University Downtown Gallery, San Diego CA

MAR 28 - JUN 28, 2020

BRIDGES IN TIME OF WALLS: Mexican/Chicano Art from Los Angeles to Mexico, Centro Cultural Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

 

APR 15 - MAY 31, 2020

SPRING Into Action, Monica King Contemporary, New York NY

AUGUST - DEC 2020

OTROS LADOS, Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum, Miami FL

SEPTEMBER 11, 2020 - JAN 24, 2021

PRINTING the Revolution! The Rise and Impact of Chicano Graphics, 1965 to Now," Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC

LINKS

L.A. TIMES REVIEW: 

Christopher Knight: "A Dream is the Shadow of Something Real," Museum of Latin American Art

AZTLAN: A Journal of Chicano Studies:

"Judithe Hernández, Aztlán’s First Cover Artist Fifty Years of Chicana Feminist Art," Charlene Villaseñor Black PhD, AZTLAN: A Journal of Chicano Studies, Volume 45 Number 1, Spring 2020

SCHNEIDER MUSEUM OF ART:

"Artist Spotlight: Los Four and Self Help Graphics & Art." Tyler Noland, 2019

REMEZCLA MAGAZINE:

The Most Exciting Latino Art Exhibits Happening in the Second Half of 2018

ARTNEWS:

‘That’s Where the Energy Is’: Art Dealer Monica King on the Importance of Looking Beyond the Major Trends, 2019

MOMA Magazine:

"If you know,Teach": Charles White as Teacher

LA BLOGA:

"Cultural Truth:The Art and Activism of Judithe Hernández, Tisha Marie Reichle-Aguilera, April 4, 2019

THE OBSERVER:

Charles White's Famous Students Have a Lot to Say About His Legacy

LOS ANGELES Magazine:

14 Historic Mural Scheduled for Makeovers

VOGUE Mexico:

September 2018 - Encuentro Cultural: Identidad Chicana​

ARTNEWS:

Getty Announces 24 New Partners and 1.25 million in Funding for Pacific Standard

Time: LA/ LA

WIKIPEDIA:

Judithe Hernández Biography

L.A. XICANO Project:

UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Oral Histories

WIKIPEDIA:

Los Four