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  • Chicano art alive and well in Texas : a 1981 update
    Goldman, Shifra M., 1926-
    In this document, Shifra Goldman profiles several Chicano artists with ties to Texas to assess and highlight the state of Chicano art in that region in 1981. Goldman links the development of Chicano art in Texas to the Chicano Movement in the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 849400

  • Los artistas chicanos del valle de tejas : narradores de mitos y tradiciones
    Cárdenas, Gilberto; Malagamba Ansótegui, Amelia
    This is a curatorial essay by Gilberto Cárdenas and Amelia Malagamba for an exhibition catalog of works by Chicano artists from Texas. The essay looks at the development and achievements of artists with ties to Kingsville, a city the authors liken [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 849180

  • Agustín Víctor Casasola's Soldaderas : malinchismo and the Chicana/o Artist
    Latorre, Guisela, 1970-
    In this essay, Guisela Latorre examines the reinterpretation by Chicano/a artists of photographs of soldaderas (female soldiers who participated in the Mexican Revolution) by the Mexican photographer Agustín Víctor Casasola. According to Latorre, [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 848856

  • Artistas Chicanos : Los Quemados : June 20th through, July 13th, 1975
    This is an invitation to a group exhibition by the Chicano artist collective, Los Quemados, at the Instituto Cultural Mexicano in San Antonio, Texas, in 1975. Along with presenting information regarding the exhibition dates, inaugural reception, and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 847390

  • Women artists of Texas : MAS = more artists women = MAS
    Goldman, Shifra M., 1926-
    Art historian and curator Shifra M. Goldman begins this essay with a brief background of Chicano art prior to discussing the history of the Austin-based Chicana artist group MAS (Mujeres Artistas del Suroeste) and the work of its five founding [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 847000

  • Lo del corazón : theme and variations
    Ybarra-Frausto, Tomás, 1938-
    In this essay, Tomas Ybarra-Frausto focuses on the heart as an important symbol in Chicano art. Divided into two sections: “Themes and Variations” and “Maintenance and Extension of Traditions,” he argues that the “moral dimension” of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 795669