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PASTELS 1970 - 1999

LINKS

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REVIEW: L.A.TIMES 

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

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THE CHEECH CENTER OF CHICANO ART & CULTURE

"Cheech Collects installation is in full swing for opening day on June 18" 

ART FORUM:

Anonymous Was A Woman Announces 2021 Winners

MOMA Magazine:

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

 

ARTFACTS  

"Art of the Day" - Instagram post by Artfacts.net, Aug 23, 2021 

ARTNET NEWS Magazine:

How Pacific Standard Time Is Writing Long-Overlooked Chicano Artists Back Into Art History

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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

LACMA: Other Voices:

Judithe Hernández shares memories of her friend the artist Carlos Almaraz.

ARTNEWS:

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

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OBSERVER:

Charles White’s Students on Why They—and the Art World—Wouldn’t Be the Same Without His Work, OCT 12, 2018

LOS ANGELES Magazine:

14 Historic Mural Scheduled for Makeovers

PST LA/LA: LATIN AMERICAN & LATINO ART IN LA

Judithe Hernandez and Patssi Valdez: One Path, Two Journeys

 

L.A. TIMES:

"A Catalytic Moment for Art and Culture," The influence of the 1970 Chicano Moratorium on the art of its time and our own, Carolina Miranda

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REVIEW: PANORAMA  

Charlene Villaseñor Black: Judithe Hernández and Patssi Valdez: One Path Two Journeys and Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell.

 

REMEZCLA Magazine:

The Most Exciting Latino Art Exhibits Happening in the Second Half of 2018 - #3 Judithe Hernandez: A Dream Is The Shadow Of Something Real

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​​

 

COLA FELLOWSHIP:

2013 Catalog page for Judithe Hernández, L.A. Department of Cultural Affairs

C.O.L.A.2013

City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship Exhibition

 

FOWLER MUSEUM:

A Look Back: Mapping Another LA: The Chicano Art Movement

L.A. XICANO Project:

UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Oral Histories

METRO - THE SOURCE:

"Sneak peek into the artwork for future Downtown Santa Monica Station," Amalia Merino 2014

L.A. TIMES:

Faded Westside Mural Restored

DAILY BULLETIN:

Audience Response to Exhibit at Fairplex's Millard Sheets Art Center

CHIRUCÚ JOURNAL:Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures. Vol 3, No 2, Spring 2019

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