At the Estrada Courts housing project in Boyle Heights, the walls are time capsules of the Chicano art movement. Beginning in the 1960s, Mexican-American artists began emblazoning drab cinder-block and stucco walls with brightly colored murals, which represented the dreams, aspirations and cultural pride of a population that might have otherwise felt trapped in their environs. In...
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Mirando al Sur/Mirando al Norte
atomicculture: “ Death of Rubén Salazar 1986 Frank Romero Born: East Los Angeles, California 1941 oil on canvas 72 ¼ x 120 3/8 in. (183.5 x 305.8 cm.) Smithsonian American Art Museum Museum (not currently on view) ”
Yo Soy Chicano
CHICANO ART MOVEMENT: CHICANO ART MOVEMENT visits: Diego Rivera ...
Gilbert "Magu" Lujan, the founding father of the Chicano Art Movement in Southern California~~~ "returning from turtle island"