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Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 005

Guadalupe at the End of the Millenium 1995

General Physical Description note: Monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Aguirre, Jose Antonio

Descripton/Comments

An abstract image of la Virgen de Guadalupe, somewhat resembling a calavera. She has no body and her head rests on an inverted crescent moon. The rays that emanate from her body are red and jagged, and one protrudes from her mouth. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M Guadalupe at the End of the Millenium JAguirre 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 006

New World Border (After Guillermo Gomez-Peña) 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Aguirre, Jose Antonio

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of a man wearing a wrestling mask with a leopard print. At the top of the mask, feathers protrude, making it resemble an Aztec or Native American headdress. Text at the bottom of the print beneath the image reads, "Free Trade Art".
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 007

Ode to Siqueiros ca.1997- 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 14 x 16 in.
creator: Aguirre, Jose Antonio

Descripton/Comments

Work is composed of 18 silkscreened panels arranged in the form of a diamond. Image is of Siqueiros holding an indeterminate tool. Opposite him is a bloody body on a track leading to a swirling mass. There is one eye on either side of the work to form the points of the diamond.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 008

Fertility 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Alexander, Jacqueline

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts an African fetish and the Venus of Wittendorf on a green background. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.P. Fertility Jacqueline Alexander '96."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 009

Olivia 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Alferov, Alex

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman's face; signed.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 010

Our Lady 1995

General Physical Description note: serigraph
Dimensions note: 30 x 44 in
creator: Alferov, Alex, and Michael Amescua,

Descripton/Comments

Image of the Virgin's face, slightly tilted, in yellow and purple. It is framed by a purple and black border with faces. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "18/50 Alferov/Amescua 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 011

Untitled (Abstract) 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Alpuche, José

Descripton/Comments

Abstract print in black, yellow, purple, and green. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monotype Jose Alpuche."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 012

Gift 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Amescua, Michael

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts an anthropomorphic winged figure holding a staff or other long object in a Pre-Columbian style; signed.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 013

Nagual 00120 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Amescua, Michael

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a face in a circle with four long brushstrokes coming down from it, causing it to resemble a Native American war shield. Predominant color is yellow. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Nagual 00120 Mamescua 1996."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 014

Las Dos Grandes - Frida y Sor Juana ca. 2000-2001

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolors
creator: Aparicio Chamberlin, Vibiana

Descripton/Comments

Two female faces share a common eye. On the forehead of one is an image of la Virgen de Guadalupe.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 015

Estrellas 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Aparicio Chamberlin, Vibiana

Descripton/Comments

Stylized image of la Virgen de Guadalupe with pink skin, large earrings, and a light green manta. Her eyes are closed and yellow rays emanate from her. The background is light blue. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.P. Estrellas Vibiana Aparicio-Chamberlin 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 016

El Orgullo de Cesar 1994

General Physical Description note: mixed media
Dimensions note: 29 1/2 x 22 in.
creator: Aparicio Chamberlin, Vibiana

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Cesar Chávez's face. In all four corners are iconographic symbols, some of animals, some of people. Text near his head reads, "Cesar Chavez Labor Leader".
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 017

No Le Hagan Daño 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Aparicio Chamberlin, Vibiana

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman in an apron above a landscape. A bird with the number "2727" sits on her shoulder. Text at the top of the print reads, "Moore No Le Hagan Daño A La Viuda Ni Al Huerfano". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "2/12 No le hagan daño. Vibiana Aparicio Chamberlain."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 018

Alumbramdo mi Entrada 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Audifred, Magdalena

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman under an arch topped with candles. In the background, another woman is visible through a window, backdropped by a cityscape. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/20 Alumbramdo Mi Entrada' Magda Audifrey 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 019

Disfrutando de la Vida October 15, 1994

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Audifred, Magdalena

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a person's face beneath an arch. Background is blue, purple, and white. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 "Disfrutando de la Vida" Magda Audifred 94"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 020

Dreaming October 15, 1994

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Audifred, Magdalena

Descripton/Comments

Black and white image is of a face. Created as a part of the UK/LA workshop. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "A/P Dreaming Magda Audifred 94"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 021

Wondering Above the Ocean 1996

General Physical Description note: lithograph
creator: Audifred, Magdalena

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a heart suspended above water surrounded by a spiral of barbed wire. On either side of it, buildings crumble. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "21/27 Wondering Above the Ocean Magda Audifred 96".
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 022

Coming of Youth 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Baray, Sam

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a stylized face on a blue, green, and red background.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 023

Virgen de la Guarda 1995

General Physical Description note: serigraph
creator: Baray, Sam

Descripton/Comments

Image of the virgin protecting a neighborhood with her arms. In between the rays of light emanating from her body are faces reminiscent of indigenous warriors.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 024

Mayo 2, 1998 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolor
Dimensions note: 14 3/4 x 18 1/2 in.
creator: Baron, Agustin

Descripton/Comments

Woodblock print depicts five blue human figures hanging their heads. Two pieces of barbed wire encircle them.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 025

Nagual undated

General Physical Description note: plate monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Baron, Agustin

Descripton/Comments

In the center of the print is an anthropomorphic crow on a yellow background. Other images include cacti and a lizard. Colors create the impression of a desert. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "M/P "Nagual" Agustin Baron"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 026

La Vida No Es Un Juego 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 5 x 6 in.
creator: Baron, Agustin

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a calavera at the end of a hopscotch court. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "La Vida no es un juego" Agustin Barón 2000."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 027

Deer Heart and A Declaration of Interdependence II 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Beltrán, Richard

Descripton/Comments

Black-and-white image of an anatomical heart with antlers on each side. On the heart are three small globes, two of which are not whole. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint Deer Heart And A Declaration of Interdependence II Beltrán 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 028

Deer Heart and A Declaration of Interdependence III 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Beltrán, Richard

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an anatomical heart (in color) with antlers on either side. On the heart are three small globes, two of which are not whole. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint Deer Heart And A Declaration of Interdependence III Beltrán 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 029

Sunrise Girl III 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Beltrán, Richard

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman with yellow hair with her eyes closed. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint Sunrise Girl: Beneath A Veil of Pollen And Patriotic Permission III Beltrán 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 030

Sunrise Girl IV 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Beltrán, Richard

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman in black with her eyes closed. The background is blue with yellow circles. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint Sunrise Girl : Beneath A Veil Of Pollen And Petriotic Permission IV Beltrán '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 031

Los Avenues 1987

General Physical Description note: silkscreen
creator: Bojórquez, Chaz

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts a calavera in a fedora with a cross above its head. Text in graffiti script beneath the skull reads, "Los Avenues".
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 032

Mi Hijo 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Bojórquez, Chaz

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man with his arms extended outward. The image is cropped so that the torso dominates the print. Created as part of the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. Mi Hijo Chaz Bojorquez 98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 033

All in One 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Botello, Paul

Descripton/Comments

Image is of five faces and two partial faces side-by-side in blue, green and yellow. Created as part of the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "All in One" Paul Botello 00."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 034

Unassimilable 1995

General Physical Description note: photo etching
creator: Brown, Ada Pullini

Descripton/Comments

A young woman in front of a dark background shields her eyes with her left arm. From the "La Raza Festival".Inscription in pencil reads "5/10 Unassimilable Ada Pullini Brown"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 035

Maria Montez 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Calvano, Mario

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of Dominican actress Maria Montez. Created as a part of the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Maria Montez Mario Calvano '01."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 036

Portrait of a Sumo Judge 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Calvano, Mario

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man's face. His eyelids are lowered, as if closed or reading. He appears to be Asian or Asian American. Created as a part of the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project.unknown
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 037

Agreeable Encounter 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Capistran, Silvia

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an angel appearing to three children, as seen through a hole in a chain-link fence. Created for the La Raza Festival.signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "6/7 Agradable encuentro [illegible]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 038

Myself 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Cardenas, Cristina

Descripton/Comments

Cropped image of a woman's face. Three hearts at the bottom. Created as a part of the Arizona Xicanindio project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. -myself- CCardenas 97."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 039

Tan Lejos de mi Vida 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Cardenas, Cristina

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman's face. Text in cursive surrounding the face reads, "tan lejos de mi vida, tan cerca de mis ojos." Created for the Arizona Xicanindio project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 040

Yearning II 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Cardenas, Cristina

Descripton/Comments

Image is a portrait of a woman. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. -Yearning II- CCardenas 97."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 041

¡Dámelo! 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Cortez, Xavier Cázares

Descripton/Comments

A white hand in a business suit hands a torch to an athlete whose face is cropped. Created for the La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint "¡Dámelo" Xavier Cortéz Cázares 1995."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 042

¡Sal Si Puedes! 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Cortez , Xavier Cázares

Descripton/Comments

A hand reaches out to a crowd on the other side of some barbed wire. The background is red. Created for the La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint ¡Sal Si Puedes! Xavier Cortéz Cázares 1995."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 043

Colores del Muerte 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Cuarón, Mita

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a calavera with red lips on the right side of the print. The background is made up of curved swaths of various colors.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 044

(title unknown) October 1994

General Physical Description note: media unknown
creator: Cuarón, Mita

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a multitude of calaveras in different colors with different designs under a full moon; signed.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 045

Kyrie Eleison (Raining Roses) 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: de Batuc, Alfredo

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two human figures, one with its arms around the other. All around them, roses fall like rain. Created as a part of the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. Kyrie Eleison (Raining Roses) [illegible]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 046

Mexican Bombshell 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: de Batuc, Alfredo

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of María Félix laying down with her hair spread around her head. From Los Perspectivos de Hollywood. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MS Mexican Bombshell deBatuc 2001."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 047

Navarro Rema 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen ghost print
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: de Batuc, Alfredo

Descripton/Comments

Image is of actor Carlos Navarro rowing. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. Ghost "Navarro rema" de Batuc 2001."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 048

The Persistence of Images 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 32 x 41 in.
creator: de Batuc, Alfredo

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts Madonna (the material girl) on the left side. On the right side is an empty, luminous manta like the one the Virgen de Guadalupe wears. In between the two images is de Batuc's City Hall, which pokes up above the horizon. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "[illegible] M.P." The Persistence of Images" de Batuc 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 049

Sailing 1 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: de Batuc, Alfredo

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two men in water up to their chests. A flame burns in front of the man in the foreground. In between the two men, a paper boat floats. AIDS project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 050

Capitalista ca. 1997- 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 7' 2 1/2 x 7' 9 in.
creator: De La Loza, Ernesto and Ricardo Duffy,

Descripton/Comments

Work is composed of 20 silkscreen panels and depicts George Washington riding the monster of Eurocentrism. A jaguar looks on as indigenous people confront this beast. In the background, the Capitol"ista" Records building looms. In the sky above George Washington is a seal with Caesar's quote "Veni Vidi Vici".
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 051

Keep Your Word 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: De Rosa, Judy

Descripton/Comments

The left side of the image consist of a stylized crow whose body encompasses the cosmos and two ears of corn. Two human arms protrude from the crow's body toward the right, where a dragonfly and butterfly fly, and seem to embrace the Earth. From the "La Raza Festival." Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "2/20 "Keep Your Word" Judy De Rosa [illegible]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 052

Where I Stand 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Defazio, Christian

Descripton/Comments

Two footprints and two smears in a salmon tone. New Identity of Los Angeles project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MP "Where I Stand" Christian G. Defazio 96'."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 053

Dia de los Muertos 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Delgadillo, Victoria

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two faces in calavera makeup. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monotype "Dia de los Muertos" Delgadillo"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 054

La Calaca Embarazada 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Delgado, Roberto L." Tito"

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a pregnant body wrapped in chains with the head of a skull. The background is green and the print is bordered with shapes of bones and diamonds. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "La Calaca Embarazada [illegible] 96"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 055

La Escalera 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Delgado, Roberto L." Tito"

Descripton/Comments

Image is composed of two photosilkscreened images in the center and faces looking inward on the outsides. Photos are of a WWII-era machine gun, top, and a large group of workers performing manual labor. From the special project "Y Tú Qué Más". Signed, inscription in image area reads, "R A Delgado M/S Escalera 2000."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 056

El Nuevo Mundo Valiente 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Delgado, Roberto L." Tito"

Descripton/Comments

Two photosilkscreened images in the center of the print depict a child sneaking through a hole in a fence and a military helicopter. Designs around the outside bring the eye to the center. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S El Nuevo Mundo Valiente [illegible] 01."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 057

Siquieros En El Bote (detail) ca. 1997- 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 5' 4 x 9' 2 in.
creator: Delgado, Roberto L." Tito"

Descripton/Comments

Photosilkscreened images of Siqueiros are repeated in different colors.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 058

House/Car Registration 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Diaz, Ulisis

Descripton/Comments

Image of a yellow house and a round symbol. New Identity of L.A. project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P "House/Car Registration" Ulises Diaz'."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 059

Mi Corazón 1994

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Duffy, Ricardo

Descripton/Comments

A stylized jaguar or other big cat with its mouth wide open. In the foreground is an anatomical heart. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "7/36 Mi Corazón Ricardo Duffy."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 060

Washington En Tijuana 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Duffy, Ricardo

Descripton/Comments

Image is of George Washington in a Speedo or blue briefs, through which his genitals are visible. He stands next to a Chihuahua in front of the border. Text behind him reads, "United States [B]order Inspection Sta[tion]." La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 95 Washington en Tijuana Ricardo Duffy."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 061

Whats in a Face? (VI) 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Echavarria, Val

Descripton/Comments

Inclined face of la Virgen de Guadalupe with her eyes half-closed. Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "monoprint What's in a face? (VI) V Ech 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 062

Know What I'm Sayin'? #4 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Edmonds, June

Descripton/Comments

Image of a smiling woman wearing a red blouse. She has purple skin, which stands out from the yellow background. From the New Identities of L.A. project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.P." Know What I'm Sayin'? #4" June [illegible] '96."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 063

Logging Miles 1997

General Physical Description note: Monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Eller, Lence

Descripton/Comments

A child has an airplane on its head and cars on its shoulders. In the background, clouds are blue, pink, and yellow. From the Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Logging Miles Lence Eller copyright 97."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 064

Hope 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Emerson, Sy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a crucified nude woman. At her feet is a nude infant. The sun rises (or sets) in the background. From La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "2/8 "Hope" Emerson Sy 1995."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 065

Red Worms 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Emily,

Descripton/Comments

Image is of white and yellow tubes resembling worms. The background is red. From the Arizona project. Inscription in pencil reads "M.S."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 066

Allied 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Enriquez, John A.

Descripton/Comments

Image is of stylized human figures in white on a black background. Text behind the figures reads, "Allied." The print is framed in yellow and red. Arizona project; signed.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 067

Zapata ¡Vive Culeros! ca. 1999-2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Escobar Contreras, Gregorio

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Zapata's face of a red, white, and green gradated background. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M./P. Zapata ¡Vive Culeros! Gregorio Escobar 94"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 068

Diosa de la Vida 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Esparza, Ofelia

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman's face on a red square. At the bottom of the print are three ears of corn with designs on them behind a calavera. Behind the red square are celestial bodies. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Diosa de la Vida" Ofelia Esparza"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 069

Diosa de Maiz 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolors
creator: Esparza, Ofelia

Descripton/Comments

A female figure with snakes on her head holds a flower. Her plaited hair resembles rows of corn. From the 25th anniversary woodcut/watercolor project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 Diosa de Maiz Ofelia Esparza."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 070

La Linea I 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint collograph
Dimensions note: 12 x 16 in.
creator: Esparza, Ofelia

Descripton/Comments

A red wall and a black row of soldiers separate a crowd of people from the United States flag. Text in the crowd reads, "Dignidad Y Justicia", "Libertad", and "En contra del sistema injusto." Created for La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint "La linea" Ofelia Esparza '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 071

Lo Que Es Justo (What Is Fair) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Esparza, Ofelia

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man with blue hair with a UFW huelga eagle on his shoulder. Text forming an arc over his head reads, "El derecho del trabajador de mantener a su familia es justo y necesario".
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 072

Neighborhood Watch I 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint collograph
Dimensions note: 12 x 16 in.
creator: Esparza, Ofelia

Descripton/Comments

An anciano and two children look out a window. Behind them, a luminous Virgen de Guadalupe is visible. La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint ["]Neighborhood Watch" Ofelia Esparza '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 073

Neighborhood Watch II 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 12 x 16 in.
creator: Esparza, Ofelia

Descripton/Comments

An anciano and two children look out a window. Behind them, a luminous Virgen de Guadalupe is visible. This print differs from version I in that the frame of the window is green rather than brown. Created for La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint "Neighborhood Watch" Ofelia Esparza '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 074

Neighborhood Watch III 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint collograph
Dimensions note: 12 x 16 in.
creator: Esparza, Ofelia

Descripton/Comments

An anciano and two children look out a window. Behind them, a luminous Virgen de Guadalupe is visible. This print differs from versions I and II in coloration. La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint "Neighborhood Watch" Ofelia Esparza '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 075

Nuestra Madre Guadalupe-Tonantzín 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Esparza, Ofelia

Descripton/Comments

A woman wearing a blue mantle inclines toward the viewer. In her hands she holds a single rose. The lower portion of the print is filled with vegetation and the upper portion depicts yellow, orange, and red rays emanating from the Virgin. There is also a bird and several faces. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MP "Nuestra Madre Guadalupe-Tonantzín" Ofelia Esparza 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 076

Ofrenda a la Madre 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Esparza, Ofelia

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts a small altar surrounded by papel picado on top, marigolds on the right, and calla lilies on the bottom. Altar is composed of an image of la Virgen de Guadalupe, a framed photograph, roses, candles, and a sugar skull. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Ofrenda a la Madre Ofelia Esparza."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 077

Quetzal De La Libertad (Quetzal of Liberty) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Esparza, Ofelia

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a quetzal (meaning "beautiful" in Azteca) behind a female Zapatista with a rifle over her shoulder. From the fall 1998 taller: Tierra, Libertad, e Independencia.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 078

Invisible 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Esparza, Rubén

Descripton/Comments

On a light-dark blue gradated background, the letters of the word "Invisible" are arranged like the letters of the Hollywood sign. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Rubén Esparza 02."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 079

New Identity of Los Angeles 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Esparza, Rubén

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts a sarape in black, green, yellow, and red. Ghosted text and logo read, "NILA." From the "New Identities of L.A." project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.P. NILA TM New Identity of Los Angeles Rubén Esparza '96."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 080

Pecado 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Esparza, Rubén

Descripton/Comments

Image is of flames on a black background. In the center of the print is the word "Pecado" with the "TM" symbol. Created as part of the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Pecado TM Rubén Esparza 01."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 081

SI DA 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Esparza, Rubén

Descripton/Comments

Background to the word "sida" and the "®" symbol is a gradation from black to pink to white to pink back to black. AIDS project.unknown.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 082

Sin ® 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Esparza , Rubén

Descripton/Comments

On a blue-to-white gradated background appears the word "Sin" and the "Registered" symbol (®). From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Sin ® Rubén Esparza '01."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 083

Azul Desesperado 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Espinosa, Gonzalo

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a face composed of white geometric figures superimposed on another, undistinguishable, image. The background is black. Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. Azul Desesperado Gonzalo [illegible] 97."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 084

Palabras a la Brava 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Espinoza, Eduardo

Descripton/Comments

In the upper right corner, a green-faced man speaks. A UFW huelga eagle appears to be rolling over two other people. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S ~Palabras a la Brava~ Espinoza 97"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 085

Be Love 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Flores, Lysa

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman in purple negligé. She has gray skin and red hair. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S." Be Love" Lysa Flores 2000."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 086

Favor No Tocar 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Gallego, Adriana

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a young girl's head and shoulders. She wears a white headband and the background is divided into yellow and purple areas. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MP Favor No Tocar Adriana Gallego 2000."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 087

No Me Desampares 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Gallego, Adriana

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man in a hat and a woman in a rebozo. Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S." No Me Desampares: A. Gallego '97."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 088

Transcender 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Gallego, Adriana

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a Virgen of Guadalupe with bare shoulders and blue rebozo against a yellow circular aura. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MS "Transcender" A. Gallego '97."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 089

Education 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Gamboa, Diane

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two turquoise men. From the "New Identities of Los Angeles" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Education Gamboa96."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 090

Family, Lies, Disfunctions and Denials ca. 1997- 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 6' x 9' 3 1/2 in.
creator: Gamboa, Diane

Descripton/Comments

Work consists of twelve silkscreened panels and depicts four women among thorny flowerbushes. The background is turquoise.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 091

Joe and the Girls from Glasgow 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Garcia, Margaret

Descripton/Comments

"Blue black, and white image of Joe Alpuche and girls from Glasgow, Scotland as calacas."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 092

Rita Hayworth 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Garcia, Margaret

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a the actress Rita Hayworth. The background is violet. From "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Rita Hayworth Una Margaret Garcia."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 093

The Seduction undated

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Garcia, Margaret

Descripton/Comments

Two high-heeled shoes and four jalapeños on a yellow background. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""The Seduction" MS Margaret Garcia."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 094

Sister Karen 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
creator: Garcia, Margaret

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Sister Karen Boccalero; signed.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 095

With Attitude 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Garcia, Margaret

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the torso and head of a nude woman with yellow skin. The background is blue. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "With Attitude Margaret Garcia."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 096

Con el Señor En Frente 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: García, Martín V.

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Christ wearing a crown of thorns. A man looks over his shoulder at the viewer. From the La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "8/50 Con el Señor En Frente Martín V. García 1995."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 097

La Despedida 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: García, Martín V.

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man with a sack clung over his shoulder with his back to a woman in an attitude like that of La Virgen de Guadalupe and a child. From La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "2/20 La Despedida Martín V. García 1995."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 098

Mi Familia 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: García, Martín V.

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a child and a woman resembling La Virgen de Guadalupe. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "2/20 Mi Familia Martín V. García 1995."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 099

Observando 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: García, Martín V.

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man's face with intent eyes. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Observando Martín V. Garcia 2000."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 100

Somos Cuatachos 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: García, Martín V.

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman with her arm around a calavera in a red beret.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 101

Buenas con El 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Garcia , Rebecca

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an unused condom on a blue background. Text at the top of the print reads, "el condón." From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MS Buenas con el condón Rebecca Guerrero '01."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 102

Enredada En Sueños del Cuerpo 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Gil, Xóchitl

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman's body wrapped in barbed wire and draped with leaves or seaweed. Arizona project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 103

Chavez undated

General Physical Description note: photo etching
creator: Gomez, Ignacio

Descripton/Comments

The face of Cesar Chávez in the sky above a group of protesters carrying the UFW Huelga flag. The man at the front of the group carries a flag with the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.Inscription in pencil reads "A/P Chavez Ignacio Gomez"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 104

Dolores Huerta 1998

General Physical Description note: plate monoprint
creator: Gomez, Ignacio

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Huerta's face superimposed on an agricultural landscape.Inscription in pencil reads "MP Dolores Huerta Ignacio Gomez '98"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 105

DOD at SHG 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Gomez, Pat

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a skeleton in a window and three lit candles; signed.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 106

Virgen de Guadalupe 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Gomez, Pat

Descripton/Comments

Stylized image of la Virgen de Guadalupe on a yellow background with red roses. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint "Virgen of Gaudalupe [sic]" Pat [illegible]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 107

I Wait 1998

General Physical Description note: photo etching and handpainting
creator: Gonzalez, Art "Temoc"

Descripton/Comments

A woman with calavera makeup wearing the traditional dress of Veracruz.Inscription in pencil reads " [illegible]litho I wait Temoc 98"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 108

The Light Covers All (La Luz Cubre Todo) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Gonzalez, Art "Temoc"

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman in traditional Mexican dress holding a torch (resembling the statue of liberty). Mexican and U.S. flags in the background meld with her dress. From "Taller: Tierra, Libertad y Independencia".
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 109

No Matter Where You Are, There You Are (No Importa Donde Estés, Allí Estarás) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Gonzalez, Art "Temoc"

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man wearing a Mexican Flag bandanna. A U.S. flag appears in the background. Text forming a border around the image is illegible. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia".unknown.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 110

Corona y Cruz 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Gonzalez, C.M.

Descripton/Comments

La virgen has a red face and wears a crown and a cross. The background is gray and blue. Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.P. Corona y Cruz 95 C.M Gonzalez."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 111

Electric Altar 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
creator: Gonzalez, C.M.

Descripton/Comments

On a television screen are images of the Statue of Liberty, the Virgen de Guadalupe, devotional candles, and partial faces in distress. In front of the television, a man stands with his hand on the image of La Virgen. From La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Electríc Altar 1/1 C M Gonzalez '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 112

Tango Negro undated

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Gonzalez , C.M.

Descripton/Comments

A man and woman are dancing. The colors are black and white.Inscription in pencil reads " Tango Negro 2/20 C.M. Gonzalez"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 113

Above The Sky 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Gonzalez, Cici Segura

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts a woman with her back to the viewer hovering in the air in front of a red, white, and green flag. A René Magritte-style bowler hat floats above her head. From the project "Taller: Tierra, Libertad y Independencia." Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Above the Sky CGonzalez."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 114

Angel De Libertad (Angel of Liberation) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Gonzalez, Cici Segura

Descripton/Comments

An angel with braided hair appears before a red, white, and green flag. Two bowler hats float above its head. The background is blue. From the project "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 115

Baile Rojo 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolors
creator: Gonzalez, Cici Segura

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a matador and a bull. From the 25th anniversary project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 116

El Hombre y la Mujer II May 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolor
Dimensions note: 22 1/4 x 29 1/4 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

Painted woodblock depicts a woman and an inverted man. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 "El Hombre y Mujer II" Yolanda Gonzalez 9[illegible]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 117

Hombre Siqueiros ca. 1997-1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 9' 6 1/2 x 5' 7 1/2 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

Work is composed of 12 silkscreened panels and depicts a stylized man wearing a sombrero.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 118

Jose, El Indio 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a boy's face with green skin and spiked hair. The background consists of black and light blue horizontal stripes. From "The Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P "Jose El Indio" [illegible]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 119

Jose Luis 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

A man's face in primary colors. Signed, inscription in pencil is illegible.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 120

Maria Felix 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Gonzalez , Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of María Félix. She looks toward the viewer's right and the background is red. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "Maria Felix" Yolanda Gonzalez 01."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 121

Mi Pasado Muerto 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the partial figure of a nude woman. She wears a red hat with a red circle on it. She is surrounded in yellow and the background is red.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 122

Pedro Infante 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

Image is of actor/singer Pedro Infante. The background is red. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "Pedro Infante" Yolanda [illegible] 01."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 123

Rosie November 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a nude woman with olive green skin and purple hair. She has a red garment draped around her arms and the background is yellow. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "Rosie" Yolanda Gonzalez 11/2000."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 124

Rosie Series July 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a nude woman with orange hair. She has a red garment draped over her right shoulder and left arm. The background is yellow. From the AIDS project.signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "MS "Rosie Series' Yolanda Gonzalez 7/2001."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 125

(title unknown) ca. 1999

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

Image is of four red flowers in a blue vase. Background is yellow.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 126

Vida de Santos 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 32 x 41 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

The face of the Virgen de Guadalupe is represented in non-representational colors. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 127

Virgen de Guadalupe 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Gonzalez, Yolanda

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts la Virgen de Guadalupe with roses. The background is red. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription is illegible.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 128

Chiapas 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman with a child on her back. Behind them are four stylized soldiers surrounded by fire. Created for the La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil in image area reads, "Dolores Guerrero-Cruz M/P Chiapas."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 129

Culture, Identity and Self Preservation 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
creator: Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts a woman wearing a sombrero on a blue-yellow-green gradated background. From the "Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "[illegible] Culture Identity and Self Preservation Dolores Guerrero-Cruz '98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 130

The Falling of America 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores

Descripton/Comments

Image of the Statue of Liberty blindfolded. Strings attach her limbs to handles like those used to manipulate marionettes. The handles are controlled by red hands. Created for the La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in gold pen in image area reads, "The Falling of America Dolores Guerrero-Cruz."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 131

The 8th Street Off Ramp 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Gutierrez, Roberto

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a colorful freeway offramp with buildings, palm trees, and a red sky. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. The 8th Street Off Ramp Roberto Gutierrez 97"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 132

Pan Dulce y Cafe 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Gutierrez, Roberto

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an altar to La Virgen de Guadalupe with photos, a flower, pandulce, and a cup of coffee on a tray. Beneath the tray two candles burn. The background is a garden and the exterior of a building. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.P.' Pan Dulce y Cafe Roberto Gutierrez 96."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 133

Self Help Graphics 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Gutierrez, Roberto

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the Self-Help Graphics building in East L.A. Above the building flies a paletero or elote man. This print is also known by the title "SHG." From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 M.S. Self Help Graphics Roberto Gutierrez 98"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 134

The Spirit Guide 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 32 x 41 in.
creator: Gutierrez, Roberto

Descripton/Comments

The Virgin of Guadalupe watches over the Self-Help Graphics and Art building. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 135

La Trenza 1996

General Physical Description note: woodcut
creator: Gutierrez, Roberto

Descripton/Comments

A woman with a long braid waits at a bus stop. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "11/18 La Trenza Roberto Gutiérrez 96."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 136

Calla Lilies 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolor
Dimensions note: 22 1/8 x 29 3/4 in.
creator: Haro, Dolores

Descripton/Comments

A woman's face appears behind three calla lilies. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 Calla Lilies D. Haro."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 137

Cool Calavera 1991

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a calavera in a yellow zoot suit.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 138

¿De Veras? 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Two women in red dresses sit chismeando. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "¿De Veras? Healy 00."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 139

Excuse U.S. 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a soldier in a Mexican War-era uniform holding up a dotted line between the U.S. and Mexico, which is a pink background. On the Mexican side, a man in a sombrero holds a green stick. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Excuse U.S Healy 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 140

Intravenous Suicide 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man and a skeleton holding a needle. From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Intravenous Suicide Healy."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 141

Jarabe Tapatio Muerto 1993

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts two calaveras dancing the Jarabe Tapatío. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Jarabe Tapatío Muerto Healy '93."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 142

Jaripeo Nacional (National Rodeo) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman in a sombrero and pink dress with a Mexican flag in one hand and a U.S. flag in the other riding a bronco. From the project: "Tierra, Libertad, e Independencia." Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Jaripeo Binacional Healy 98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 143

La Mano de Siqueiros ca. 1997-1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 8' 5 1/2 x 12' 2 in.
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Work is an ensemble of twenty silkscreen prints and depicts Siqueiros. In his hand are two children who hold a large paintbrush.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 144

Reet Zoot Drape 1991

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a pachuco in a yellow Zoot Suit twirling his chain. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Healy 91."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 145

The Scottish-Mexican Thorn Conspiracy October 15, 1994

creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Black and white print features an image of a nude woman holding a champagne glass. She is moving toward a field filled with burrs. Behind her follows a dinosaur dressed as a pachuco. He emerges from a field of nopales. From the UK/LA monoprint collaboration. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Etage II The Scottish-Mexican Thorn Conspiracy Healy 94."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 146

South Wall, SHG 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts a man at the top of a ladder. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S South Wall, SHG Healy 98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 147

Tierra y Libertad 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Emiliano Zapata wears a sombrero with the word "Tierra." A banner crossing in front of his chest reads, "Libertad." From the project "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia." Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Tierra y Libertad Healy."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 148

(title unknown) October 15, 1994

General Physical Description note: silkscreen
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Images of soccer players are framed by World Cup tickets. Spelled out in more tickets are the words USA Mundial 94. A hand holding a trophy emerges from the lower right corner. On either side of the hand are the words "Brasil" and "Campeon." Possibly from the UK/LA monoprint collaboration; signed.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 149

Tunas Sangrando 1992

General Physical Description note: etching
Dimensions note: 6 x 9 in.
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

A conquistador carries a sword that has skewered nopales. A rattlesnake follows closely behind.Inscription in pencil reads "Healy 92"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 150

La Virgen de la Cancha 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 32 x 41 in.
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

Image is of la Virgen de Guadalupe doing a reverse slam dunk. The background is red. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Ghost MP La Virgen de la Cancha Healy 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 151

La Virgen del Mandado 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 32 x 41 in.
creator: Healy, Wayne Alaniz

Descripton/Comments

A child tugs on the Virgen's mantle as she holds bags at a bus stop. A sign behind them reads "Grand Centra[l] Marke[t]." The child's shirt reads, "Jesus Salva." From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription is illegible.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 152

Sin Título 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Hebert, Patrick "Pato"

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an eye on a butterfly wing. From the AIDS project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 153

Just for Fun 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Hernandez, Dora

Descripton/Comments

Image is of tableware in a sideboard. The background is yellow. From the Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "M.S." Just for Fun" dora '97"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 154

La Causa 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolors
creator: Herrera, Ernie

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts Cesar Chávez on a farmland with grapes and a UFW flag in the background. Text in the upper left corner reads "La Causa." From the "Big 25" monoprint workshop. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 Ernie Herrera."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 155

Sister's Dream ca. 2000-2001

General Physical Description note: woodcut
creator: Herrera, Ernie

Descripton/Comments

The face of Sister Karen Boccalero in front of the Self-Help Graphics and Art building. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "2/2 Sister's Dream Ernie Herrera"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 156

The Wave undated

General Physical Description note: plate monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Herrera, Ernie

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an ocean wave. Colors are red, orange, and violet.Inscription in pencil reads " M/P The Wave Ernie Herrera."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 157

Brando 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of Marlon Brando. Text within the image area reads, "Viva Zapata Brando." From "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 Brando H."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 158

Chicana Boy 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an androgynous person with a pink top hat, purple jacket, and a ruffled pink collar on a dark green background. From "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S." Chicana-Boy" H."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 159

Diego 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of muralist Diego Rivera. From the "Héroes" series. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MS 1/1 "diego" H 98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 160

Frida 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of painter Frida Kahlo. From the "Héroes" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 MP "Frida" H."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 161

El Indio ca. 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man's face. He wears a mustache and a sombrero and the background is blue. From the "Héroes" series. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 "El Indio" H."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 162

M-M undated

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a Mexican wrestler wearing a mask that doesn't cover his mustache. Text in script on his chin reads, "Mil Máscaras." From the "Héroes" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 "M-M" H."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 163

La Novela 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 23 x 29 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two stylized telenovela actors, one man and one woman, in a passionate embrace. The background is red with yellow streaks. From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 La Novela."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 164

Orozco 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of muralist José Clemente Orozco. From the "Héroes" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 M/S "orozco" H 98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 165

Pancho Villa 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of Pancho Villa. The background is blue. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 H."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 166

Siqueiros (1) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros. From the "Héroes" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 M/S "Siquieros" H 98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 167

Tin Tan 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the actor Germán Valdés (Tin-Tán) with a gun to his head and a cigarette in his mouth. Text beneath his face reads, "TIN TAN." From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 Tin Tan H."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 168

Untitled 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the head and chest of a man with red skin. He has his eyes closed and his arms are cropped. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 H."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 169

Untitled (Che) 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Che Guevara's face on a red, white, and green gradated background. From the "Héroes" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/T H."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 170

Untitled (Frida) 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of painter Frida Kahlo. She wears yellow flowers in her hair. From the "Héroes" suite of prints. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 [illegible] H 98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 171

Untitled (Zapata) 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Huerta, Salomon

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Emiliano Zapata's face on a red, white, and green gradated background. Text beneath the image reads, "¡Raza!" From the "Héroes" suite of prints. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MT H."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 172

The Border Crossed Us 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 21 in.
creator: Iñiguez, Virgi

Descripton/Comments

Three overlapping female figures split into two sides, with half American and Mexican flags on each side. Created for the La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint We Didn't Cross The Border II Virgi Iniguez, '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 173

From the Beginning We Have Been Here I 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 1/2 x 21 1/2 in.
creator: Iñiguez, Virgi

Descripton/Comments

Cornstalks, handprints, and figures resembling indigenous petroglyphs. Repeated text forming a border aroud the image area reads, "From The Beginning We Have Been Here, We Didn't Cross The Border, The Border Crossed Us!" Created for the La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint From The Beginning We Have Been Here I Virgi Iniguez '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 174

From the Beginning We Have Been Here III 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 1/2 x 21 1/2 in.
creator: Iñiguez, Virgi

Descripton/Comments

Images of botanical plants, hands, and the moon. From the La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint From The Beginning We Have Been Here III Virgi Iniguez 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 175

We Didn't Cross the Border I 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 21 in.
creator: Iñiguez, Virgi

Descripton/Comments

The featureless figure of a woman split in the middle. Her left side is the Mexican flag, her right the U.S flag. The left side of the background is night, the right, day. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint The Border Crossed Us I Virgi Iniguez 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 176

Metamorfosis de Quetzalcoatl ca.1997- 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 8' 5 1/2 x 12' 2 in.
creator: Ituarte, Luis

Descripton/Comments

Work is composed of twenty silkscreened prints and depicts abstract shapes on a blue background.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 177

Untitled 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Kemp, Randy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of a Native American man. From the Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. Randy Kemp 97."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 178

Chung King Road 1997

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Kim, Sojin

Descripton/Comments

A view along Chung King Road of small Asian American shops. Inscription in pencil reads "3/10 Chung King Road Sojin Kim."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 179

Gin Ling Way 1998

General Physical Description note: color woodblock
creator: Kim, Sojin

Descripton/Comments

Woodblock print depicts an Asian American business. Signs read, "Chinese Wearing Apparel Dress Kimonos", "Chen Yuen Co." ,and "Art Goods and Jewelry 469." From the 25-year anniversary project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/7 Gin Ling Way [illegible]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 180

Lings, 974 Chung King Rd. 1999

General Physical Description note: color woodcut
creator: Kim, Sojin

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts an Asian-American market. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "3/10 Lings, 974 Chung King Rd."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 181

Mei Ling Way 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolors
creator: Kim, Sojin

Descripton/Comments

Street scene in an Asian-American neighborhood. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 Mei Ling Way [signature]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 182

One in Each Hand V 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Kimura, Karen

Descripton/Comments

Print is in two halves. The left side is dark orange and features a yellow hand holding an indistinguishable object. The right side is yellow and features a brown hand holding the same object. From the New Identity project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.P. One in each hand V K. Kimura 1996."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 183

El Baile con la Muerte 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Lacámara, Laura

Descripton/Comments

A woman in a green dress dances with a skeleton on a moonlit night.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 184

Nacimiento de mi Corazón 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Lacámara, Laura

Descripton/Comments

A blue child with a red heart on its chest seems to emerge from a squatting woman with red skin. The child stands above a blue and red spiral. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Nacimiento de mi corazon Lacámara 2000."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 185

La Salsa 1996

General Physical Description note: woodblock
Dimensions note: 22 x 15 in.
creator: Lacámara, Laura

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two dancers. Colors are orange and green. From the Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "5/10 La Salsa Laura Lacámara."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 186

Juan Diego mi Corazon 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Lazalde, Pat

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a kneeling Juan Diego with his head bowed. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Juan Diego mi Corazon Lazalde 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 187

Day of the Dead 1996

General Physical Description note: silkscreen
Dimensions note: 30 x 21 in.
creator: Ledesma, Andy

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts many calaveras dancing and playing music. One prays at an altar de muerto. Text reads, "Self-Help Graphics Dia De Los Muertos - 1996 Flores De Esperanza Day Of The Dead"; signed.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 188

Racial Harmonization 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Lee, Hyun Jin

Descripton/Comments

Abstract print features two hands among unidentifiable objects. From the New Identity project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.P. Racial Harmonization V Hyun Li 96."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 189

Barrio Mobile Art Studio 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Limón, Leo

Descripton/Comments

Two images depicted on successive frames of a length of film are hands and art utensils pointing to a heart and the national symbol of Mexico. At the bottom of the film there are wheels. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Barrio Mobile Art Studio [illegible] 98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 190

Destiny (Destino) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Limón, Leo

Descripton/Comments

Against a backdrop of flags, a family joins others on the other side of a barbed wire border. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independecia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 191

Fertile Corazones (Fertile Hearts) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Limón, Leo

Descripton/Comments

A length of barbed wire crosses the image area vertically. Hooked on the barbs are bleeding green hearts. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independecia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 192

Lunas Appearance 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Limón, Leo

Descripton/Comments

Image is a woman wearing a corn headdress. She holds a war shield in one hand and pencils in the other. In the background are two houses containing "Aztec indigenous symbols...(Flint and Techtli)."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 193

Musica del Corazon (Music of the Heart) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Limón, Leo

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts three musicians: a guitarist, a trumpet player, and a clarinet player. Dancers and city buildings are in the background. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 194

Prayer 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Lohrer , Betsy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two yellow stylized hands folded in prayer. The background is sea green. From the "New Identity" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MP Prayer [illegible] 1996."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 195

Abuelita Fights for Her Son (Abuelita Lucha Por Su Hijo) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Lopez Martinez, Aydee

Descripton/Comments

A female revolutionary wearing a bandolero and a blue rebozo holds a rifle and looks down at a child. Colors used: Blue, White, and Yellow (background). From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, Y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 196

La Dulce Imagen de Independencia (The Sweet Image of Independence) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Lopez Martinez, Aydee

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a brown hand holding an image of la Virgen de Guadalupe. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S La Dulce Imagen de Independencia [illegible]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 197

Feeling The City 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Lopez Martinez, Aydee

Descripton/Comments

A woman's face hovers above a cityscape with tall buildings. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Feeling the city Aydee."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 198

El Grito Se Oye en las Calles Aun (You Can Still Hear the Cry Out in the Streets) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Lopez Martinez, Aydee

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts three people walking in front of a large image of Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla holding a knife in front of a Mexican flag. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 199

Las Dos Damas I 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Loya, Carlos

Descripton/Comments

Image is of La Virgen de Guadalupe in the sky above a desert highway. A nopal on the side of the road resembles the Statue of Liberty. Nopal leaves form a border for the upper part of the print. From the La Raza Festival. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Las Dos Damas" I 1/1 Carlos S Loya '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 200

Las Dos Damas II 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Loya, Carlos

Descripton/Comments

Image is of La Virgen de Guadalupe in the sky above a desert highway. A nopal on the side of the road resembles the Statue of Liberty. Nopal leaves form a border for the upper part of the print. In this version of the print, La Virgen's skin is darker than in "Las Dos Damas" I. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Las Dos Damas" II 1/1 Carlos S Loya '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 201

Las Dos Damas III 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Loya, Carlos

Descripton/Comments

Black-and-white print is of La Virgen de Guadalupe in the sky above a desert highway. A nopal on the side of the road resembles the Statue of Liberty. Nopal leaves form a border for the upper part of the print. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Las Dos Damas" III 1/1 Carlos S Loya."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 202

Las Dos Damas IV 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Loya, Carlos

Descripton/Comments

Black-and-white print is of La Virgen de Guadalupe in the sky above a desert highway. A nopal on the side of the road resembles the Statue of Liberty. Nopal leaves form a border for the upper part of the print. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Las Dos Damas" IV 1/1 Carlos S Loya 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 203

Las Dos Damas V 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Loya, Carlos

Descripton/Comments

Black-and-white print is of La Virgen de Guadalupe in the sky above a desert highway. A nopal on the side of the road resembles the Statue of Liberty. Nopal leaves form a border for the upper part of the print. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Las Dos Damas" V 1/1 Carlos S Loya 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 204

Las Dos Damas VI 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Loya, Carlos

Descripton/Comments

Black-and-white print is of La Virgen de Guadalupe in the sky above a desert highway. A nopal on the side of the road resembles the Statue of Liberty. Nopal leaves form a border for the upper part of the print. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Las Dos Damas" VI 1/1 Carlos S Loya '95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 205

Chicana Rites of Passage 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: M., Rosa

Descripton/Comments

A spiraling indigenous design surrounds an image of Frida Kahlo, a girl with books entitled "History of the Xicanos" and "Aztlan", a woman and child, and a girl with a book entitled "Feminist Studies." Other images include a cross atop a sacred heart, the sun, la Virgen de Guadalupe, an American flag, three running silhouettes, and Pete Wilson in a dunce cap holding signs reading, "No Education For Mexicans" and "No Human Rights for Wetbacks." From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "2/15 Chicana Rites of Passage Rosa M 1995."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 206

Este Dato No Está En Las Estadísticas Oficiales 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 23 x 29 in.
creator: Marichal, Poli

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a red angel whose wings become arms. Text above the image reads, "Todos somos ángeles caídos." From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monosilkscreen (...este dato no está en las estadísticas oficiales...) Poli Marichal 2000"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 207

Muerte Dolorosa 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Marichal, Poli

Descripton/Comments

Image is of personified Death carrying a dying young man. The background is black, red, orange, and yellow. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Muerte Dolorosa Poli Marichal."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 208

...Porqué Soy Como el Arbol Talada Que Retoño 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Marichal, Poli

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an anthropomorphic green tree that grows from a purple cityscape with a red sky. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Mono Silkscreen porque soy como el arbol talado que retoño Poli Marichal 2000."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 209

Angelito 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Marquez, Daniel

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts the cherub under the moon upon which the Virgin stands. The background is red. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 210

En La Madre Patria (In the Motherland) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Marquez, Daniel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a recumbent woman with her hands on her face. A Mexican flag is visible behind her. The remainder of the background is black. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 211

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Marquez, Daniel

Descripton/Comments

La Virgen de Guadalupe, seen from the hands up, posed in a traditional manner and wearing a crown. The background is red. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "Ghost M/P Sra Guadalupe Daniel Marquez."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 212

Sendero de Gloria 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Marquez, Daniel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a Native American reaching his hand out as he crawls away from the viewer. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 213

Te Veo Siqueiros ca. 1997- 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 5' 7 x 9' 5 3/4 in.
creator: Marquez, Daniel

Descripton/Comments

Work is composed of twenty silkscreen panels and depicts an eye. A pencil curves in toward the pupil, from whence emerge two arms, one of which is bloody. The other holds a paintbrush.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 214

Travesías - El Reptil 1994

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Marquez, Daniel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a green-skinned man creeping under a barbed wire fence.Inscription in pencil reads "M/P Travesías - El Reptil D. Marquez '94"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 215

Travesías - La Cerca de Picos 1994

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Marquez, Daniel

Descripton/Comments

A man climbing a barbed wire fence makes up the negative space of a black-purple-red gradation. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Travesías - La Cerca de Picos D. Marquez 94"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 216

Travesías - Río Bravo 1994

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Marquez, Daniel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man wading across the Río Bravo (Rio Grande), the river separating Texas from Chihuahua. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "monoprint Travesías- Río Bravo D Marquez 94"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 217

Villa 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Marquez, Daniel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, e Independencia".
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 218

Welcome to L.A. 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Marquez, Daniel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a celestial human figure traced in constellations holding a city. Its head is radiant. Palm trees make ud the lower third of the image. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Welcome to L.A. [illegible]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 219

A Mi Hermano 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Martínez, Isabel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of a young girl framed by an oval. Beneath her portrait are flowers and candles. The print was made for the artist's brother.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 220

Diferentes Culturas, Diferentes Dioses 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 32 x 41 in.
creator: Martínez, Isabel

Descripton/Comments

An image of la Virgen de Guadalupe is contained with in a diamond-shaped frame. Beneath it and to the right is a sideways face with a band across the forehead. Beneath la Virgen is a sideways indigenous face. From the Virgen the Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Diferentes Culturas Diferentes Dioses Isabel martinez 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 221

Es Este El Mundo Que Me Dejas 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Martínez, Isabel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a child's face with blue and orange skin. It wears a yellow hat and jacket. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special poject. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "Es este el mundo que Me dejas" Isabel Martínez 00."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 222

Looking For A New Home 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Martínez, Isabel

Descripton/Comments

Multicolored image of three faces and a mask. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P "Looking For A New Home" Isabel Martínez 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 223

No Strings Attached 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Martínez, Isabel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a female marionette in a sun hat and a summer dress. There are strings connected to all her limbs. From "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "No Strings Attached" Isabel Martínez '01."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 224(1-4)

Our Goddess (Nuestra Diosa) (Four Panels) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Martínez, Isabel

Descripton/Comments

First panel is of the goddess' head. Second panel is of a calavera beneath the goddess' folded hands. Third panel depicts the goddess' dress above her feet. Fourth panel depicts the goddess' luminous feet. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 225

The Spiritual World ca. 1997- 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 8' 6 x 12' 2 in.
creator: Martínez, Isabel

Descripton/Comments

Work is composed of twenty silkscreen panels and depicts a woman with arms outreached on either side of a fire. Other images include anthropomorphic animals and a tree.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 226

La Virgen De La Esperanza (The Virgen of Hope) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Martínez, Isabel

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts the Virgen de Guadalupe holding a lit candle. Her manta is pink, rather than green, and the background is red. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad y Independencia" project. Signed, inscription is illegible.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 227

Carlos Gonzalez Castro 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Martinez, Julio

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a boy's face. Text in the upper left corner reads, "Think Differently". From the "El Big 25" monoprint project; signed.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 228

Untitled 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Martinez, Julio

Descripton/Comments

Image is a blue woman's face with white designs. Her hair is pink and the background is light pink with brown and white circles. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project; signed.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 229

Viaje Sin Fronteras 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Martinez, Julio

Descripton/Comments

A man and a woman with elongated necks stand before a railroad track with a locomotive on it. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "2/7 "Viaje Sin Fronteras" [illegible] Martinez."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 230

Untitled 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Martinez, Pablo

Descripton/Comments

The Orpheum Theater. Sign reads, "Gratis Caliente." From "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. Pablo Martinez 9-28-01."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 231

Watching Over You ca.1997- 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 9' x 6' in.
creator: Martinez, Pablo

Descripton/Comments

An image of Siqueiros, in a style reminiscent of analytical cubism.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 232

Ciros 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Martinez, Paul

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a shop exterior. From the "El Big 25" monoprint workshop. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "Ciros" Pablo Martinez 98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 233

Esperanza undated

General Physical Description note: woodcut
creator: Montelongo, John

Descripton/Comments

A young woman draped in a blanket resting her head on her knee. Inscription in pencil reads "4/10 Esperanza John V. Montelongo"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 234

El Gran Dos Cinco 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Montelongo, John

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an angel holding the number twenty-five. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 El Gran Dos Cinco L.V. Montelongo."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 235

Maria Resting 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Montelongo, John

Descripton/Comments

A woman on her hands and knees rests. She is partially covered by a blanket. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Maria resting John Montelongo".
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 236

Para Karen 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolors
Dimensions note: 29 3/8 x 22 1/4 in.
creator: Montelongo, John

Descripton/Comments

Image is of La Virgen de Guadalupe. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 Para Karen J. Montelongo."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 237

The Rescue (El Rescate) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Montelongo, John

Descripton/Comments

Image is an indigenous version of the descent from the cross. All four figures removing the Christ are nude. The background is red, white, and green. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 238

Total Liberation (Liberacion Total) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Montelongo, John

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a nude person surrounded by green, red, white, and yellow color fields. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Total Liberation [illegible]."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 239

La Virgen de Guadalupe 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Montelongo, John

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts the crowned Lady of Guadalupe with a yellow halo. Two angels fly in the background, which is a gradation from blue to white to blue. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "Monoprint La Virgen de Guadalupe John Montelongo."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 240

Your Love Is Killing Me 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Moreno, Martín

Descripton/Comments

A winged sacred heart bleeds as it flies. The background is a gradation from white to blue to red. From the Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil at bottom of print reads, "M.S." Your Love is Killing Me" 97."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 241

La Identidad De Los Recuerdos 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Munguia, Julio

Descripton/Comments

This print depicts two people as if they were photographs. The image on the left is of a man, framed. The image on the right is a woman who is only partially visible; only the upper left half is present. In lieu of the other half is a pink ellipse containing a double-sided arrow. From the "New Identities of Los Angeles" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "M.P." La identidad de los recuerdos Munguia 96."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 242

Calavera Virgen de Guadalupe 1994

General Physical Description note: monoprint/mixed media
creator: Murdy, Ann

Descripton/Comments

Image is of la Virgen de Guadalupe as a calavera. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoprint/Mixed Media Calavera Virgen de Guadalupe Ann Murdy"
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 243

Border Lights 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 18 x 24 in.
creator: Novelo, Efrain

Descripton/Comments

Row of human figures in red, white, and blue aligned in the center opening of a fence. They are surrounded by yellow lights. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 "Border Lights" E.Novelo 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 244

Border Lights Divided By Lights 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 12 x 16 in.
creator: Novelo, Efrain

Descripton/Comments

Row of human figures aligned in the center between a fence, with a red and blue sun on each side. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Border Lights Divided By Lights" E.Novelo 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 245

Border Lights - Flag Reflection 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Novelo, Efrain

Descripton/Comments

Row of abstract figures aligned in the center opening of a fence. There is an image of a U.S. flag on the chest of the first person in line. Ahead of them two suns are on the horizon. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Border Lights - Flag Reflection" E.Novelo 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 246

Faced Suns 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 18 x 24 in.
creator: Novelo, Efrain

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two faces placed in the center, in opposite directions. Each gazes at a radiating sun in the corner. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 "Faced Suns" E.Novelo 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 247

Give Me Your Poor-- Give me Your Weak... 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 19 x 22 in.
creator: Novelo, Efrain

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a Mexican and American flag split diagonally by a barbed wire. A Statue of Liberty is shown on the U.S. side with a crowd of people watching on the Mexican side divided by a fence. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Give Me Your Poor-- Give me Your Weak..." E.Novelo 95."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 248

Ribbon of Life 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Novelo, Efrain

Descripton/Comments

Two hands hold a ribbon that surrounds the globe. The background is formed by the colors of the rainbow. Created as part of the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 "Ribbon of Life" E Novelo 2001."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 249

El Pitero 1998

General Physical Description note: plate monoprint
creator: O'Hagan, Linda

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a Mexican man holding a trumpet. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "El Pitero 1/1 L. O'hagan '98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 250

Trucos del Matrero 1998

General Physical Description note: plate monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: O'Hagan, Linda

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two horses, one of which has a rider, in a show ring. Inscription in pencil reads "Trucos del Matrero 1/1 Linda O'Hagan '98."
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 251

Me Pico (He Bit Me) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Ochoa, Jaime

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a rooster in front of a U.S. flag. Barbed wire appears on the white stripes. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad e Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 252

Paz (Peace) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Ochoa, Jaime

Descripton/Comments

Two hands hold a stylized rose beneath the words "Paz." The background is red. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 17, Slide Cat.5 253

Xipe-Totec Warrior with Flesh of Victim 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Ochoa, Jaime

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man with yellow arms. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Warrior with Flesh of Victim "Xipe-Totec" Jaime Ochoa 97."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 254

El Nacimiento 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolors
creator: Organista, Eddika

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts a woman surrounded by rays of the sun growing from the root of a plant. A border frames the entire image. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 El Nacimiento E. Organista."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 255

Armas al Frente 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Ortega, Jerry

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a zapatista holding a rifle in front of his or her face. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoscreen Armas al Frente Jerry Ortega 98."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 256

Guerrilleras 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Ortega, Jerry

Descripton/Comments

Image is of four women with bandannas covering their faces holding rifles. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoscreen !Guerrilleras! [illegible] 97 copyright."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 257

Poetas de la Revolucion (Poets of the Revolution) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Ortega, Jerry

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the Flores-Magón brothers. Text in the lower right corner reads, "Think Different." From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, Y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 258

Por Un Mundo Donde Cabrán Muchos Mundos 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Ortega, Jerry

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a saluting Zapatista. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 259

El Sup 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Ortega, Jerry

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Subcomandante Marcos sitting on a log smoking a pipe. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monosreen. [sic] "El Sup" [illegible] 97".
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 260

Untitled 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Ortega, Jerry

Descripton/Comments

Image is a rendition of the Aztec god Mictlantecuhtli. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 J Ortega 2000."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 261

...Y de la Tierra Crece el Maiz 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Ortega, Jerry

Descripton/Comments

A woman with a kerchief covering the lower half of her face holds four ears of corn out to the viewer. Background is a gradation from red to white to green. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Monoscreen ." ..Y De La Tierra Crece El Maiz" [illegible] 97 (copyright)."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 262

1,111... La Marcha de El E.Z.L.N. Hacia Mexico ca. 1997- 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 5' 9 x 9' 8 1/2 in.
creator: Ochoa, Jaime
creator: Ortega, Jerry

Descripton/Comments

Work is composed of twenty silkscreen prints and depicts the Zapatista march to the D.F.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 263

Untitled 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Ortega, Tony

Descripton/Comments

Print is split into two halves. The left half depicts a red Olmec head on a green and purple background. The right half depicts two vaqueros chasing a blue horse on a blue and yellow background. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project; signed.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 264

Knife 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Perez, David

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a knife resembling a fountain pen. The background is yellow. From the Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. Knife [signature] 97."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 265

Las Mascaras I 1995

General Physical Description note: plate monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Perez, Elizabeth

Descripton/Comments

Image is split by a river that runs diagonally. There are blue masks with long noses on either side of the river. The background of the left side is urban and dark, while the background of the right side is a brightly-colored desert. Inscription in pencil reads "1/1 Las Mascaras I Elizabeth Perez 1995."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 266

Atada A Ti (Fasten to You) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Perez, Eva Cristina

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two hearts in boxes that share a common artery. The background is blue. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 267

Creo En Ti Patria (I Believe in You Homeland) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Perez, Eva Cristina

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a medieval close helmet and sword in a cube and the Mexican national symbol. The background is orange. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad e Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 268

El Encierro de Cortez (The Enclosure of Cortez) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Perez, Eva Cristina

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a boy on a yellow background. To the right of the boy is the Mexican national seal. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, Y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 269

Esperanza 1994

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Perez, Eva Cristina

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman wearing a rebozo. Background is violet. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P "Esperanza" Eva Cristina Perez '94."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 270

Santana 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Portillo, Eddie

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Carlos Santana wearing a bandanna looking upward. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Santana Eddie S. Portillo."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 271

Virgen With Hazel Eyes 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Portillo, Eddie

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a luminous Virgen de Guadalupe looking directly at the viewer. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "M.P." Virgen With Hazel Eyes" Eddi A. Portillo 95."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 272

Godzilla Lives 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Portillo, Rose

Descripton/Comments

A calavera with green scales down its back breathes smoke and fire. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "Rose Portillo '96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 273

...the Dead 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Posadas, Refugio

Descripton/Comments

Text in script in upper left corner reads "the." Four hands spell out the word "Dead" in American Sign Language. A luminous oval in the center of the print apparently represents the threshold between life and death. A human figure approaches it alone and is accompanied on the other side. In the lower left corner a hand holds a heart, a cross, and an anchor. Signed, inscription reads "Refugio Posadas 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 274

El Pepe 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Quiroz, Alfred

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man in a business suit wearing a calavera mask with the word "Pepe" on the brow. The background is yellow. From the Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Alfred Quiroz '97."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 275

Untitled 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Ramirez, Cristopher

Descripton/Comments

Print consists of three main images: At the top is the photosilkscreened face of an unidentified woman. In the lower right is the photosilkscreened image of a young charro. And in the lower right is a photosilkscreened image of a Lucha Libre wrestler. Text in the lower right corner of the image area reads, "Latino Hollywood. Latinos have contributed to the American film industry since its earliest days. During the silent and early talkie era, latinos were almost always stereotyped as tempestuous lovers, bandidos, or cantina girls. This program remembers many of the early Latino actors and actresses and examines some of the stereotypical roles they portrayed. Mexican American Studios and Research Center, University of Arizona, 1994. 31 min. Video/C4428..." From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Christopher 01."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 276

El Fin 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Ramirez, Jose

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a cinema screen with the words "El Fin." Three people are in the audience. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. El Fin J. Ramirez 2001."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 277

Untitled 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Ramirez, Jose

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a calavera in bed. It has crosses instead of eye sockets. There is a red heart on the bedspread, and the bedposts are also crosses. From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. J. Ramirez 2000."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 278

Welcome 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Ramirez, Lois

Descripton/Comments

In this print, letters are connected together to spell out the word "Bienvenue." The background consists of patches of pink, yellow, green, and red. From the "New Identities of Los Angeles" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "M.P. Welcome Lois Ramirez 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 279

La Troka 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Ramirez, Rose

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an orange pickup truck with eight people in the bed. The background is red and black. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "La Troka R Ramirez."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 280

Tigres Del Norte 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Ramos, Leda

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a girl with a frightened look on her face. She seems to be looking at something tall and blue with a semblance of a face. The background of the print is formed by brushstrokes and ink globs. From the "New Identities of Los Angeles" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "M/P "Tigres del Norte" Leda Ramos 6/96"
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 281

The Big Two-Five 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts the Self-Help Graphics emblem (a bird with a yin-yang symbol on its body) flying over a row of palm trees. Two other birds appear in the lower right corner. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P The Big Two-FiveChuy C/S 98."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 282

La Calavera Oaxaqueña (The Oaxaqueña Skull) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a skeleton in a sombrero in midair holding a machete. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "La Calavera Oaxaqueña Chuy C/S."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 283

Carlos Almaraz, 1941-89 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the artist Carlos Almaraz. From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Carlos Almaraz, 1941-89Chuy C/S 01."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 284

La Carmen 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an unidentified woman. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S La Carmen Chuy C/S 01."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 285

Don Quixote 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Silkscreen of a skeletal Don Quijote riding a horse is based on José Guadalupe Posada's La Calavera de Don Quijote. From the "Talelr: Tierra, Liberad y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 286

Dressed to Kill 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

A calavera in a red zoot suit with a red background. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "Dressed to Kill Chuy C/S 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 287

Father Luis Olivares 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of AIDS victim Father Luis Olivares. From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Father Luis Olivares [cross symbol] Chuy C/S '01."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 288

L.A. Pop #4 1999

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 26 in.
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a statue of a baseball player in a Dodgers uniform. Text on the statue's base reads, "Los Angeles". Inscription in pencil reads " M/P L.A. Pop #4 Chuy [ illegible] 99"
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 289

Nonunion Worker 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a Chihuahua on a blue background. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Nonunion Worker Chuy [illegible] 01."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 290

Señor Gonzalez 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of cartoon character Speedy Gonzalez. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Señor González Chuy c/s 01."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 291

Spanish Inquisition 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two copulating figures (appears to be a male and a female) that appear to be indigenous statues. The one on top is brown and the one on the bottom is pink. The background to the upper portion is pink, while the background of the lower portion is dark blue. From the AIDS project.signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Spanish inquisition Chuy C/S."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 292

Trinidad 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Two skeletons in sombreros hold a framed image of la Virgen de Guadalupe. Beneath them are eleven red roses. The background is black with calaveras and designs. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Trinidad Chuy C/S 95."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 293

Untitled (2 Eagles Fighting) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Rangel, Chuy

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a Mexican Eagle and a Bald Eagle locked in aerial combat. Behind the Mexican Eagle are the colors red, white, and green, and behind the Bald Eagle is the U.S. flag. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 294

Fever 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolors
creator: Rangel, Pete

Descripton/Comments

Woodcut print depicts two monsters in a bedroom where an ill person suffers. His or her face has drops on it, as if of sweat. From the 25th anniversary project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 Fever Pete Rangel."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 295

March for Liberty (Marcha por Libertad) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Rangel, Pete

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts a demonstration march in which participants hold signs, including one with an image of a clenched fist. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "Monoprint March For Liberty Pete Rangel."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 296

Solitude undated

General Physical Description note: color woodcut
creator: Rangel, Pete

Descripton/Comments

A person huddled in a corner with their face in their hands.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 297

You Can't Stop the Revolution (No Puedes Parar la Revolucion) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Rangel, Pete

Descripton/Comments

Stylized image of a man behind a podium with his fist in the air addressing a crowd of demonstrators with signs. Blue buildings form the skyline in the background. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad Y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 298

(title unknown) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Raphael, Victor

Descripton/Comments

Print composed of two separate images, both of buildings, one above the other. The building in the upper portion bears the text "Wilshire Boulevard Temple." The other appears to be a church. Buildings are brown and the background is blue. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. V. Raphael 98".
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 299

(title unknown) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Raphael, Victor

Descripton/Comments

Print composed of two separate images, both of buildings, one above the other. The building in the upper portion bears the text "Wilshire Boulevard Temple." The other appears to be a church. Outline of buildings is black and the background of the entire print is a gradation from black to red to yellow. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. V. Raphael 98".
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 300

Couch Nopal 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Ray, Joe

Descripton/Comments

A man sitting with his arms spread across the top of a sofa has a nopal cactus instead of a head. The background is yellow. From the Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. Couch Nopal [signature] '97."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 301

Beso Transparente 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two men kissing. Superimposed on the kiss is an equilateral cross, like that of the Red Cross. Within this cross, the image is clearer than outside of it. From the AIDS project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 302

Cantinflas 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of Mario Moreno, Cantinflas. From the "Latin Golden Age" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Cantinflas [illegible] 2002."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 303

Cantinflas II 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the actor Mario Moreno (Cantinflas). Written in script in the image area is "Cantinflas." The background is light green. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P Cantinflas II [illegible] 2001."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 304

Dolores del Rio 2002

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of Dolores del Rio. The background is pink and yellow. From the "Latin Golden Age" suite of prints. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Dolores del Rio [illegible] 2002."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 305

Informate o Inflamate 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 29 x 23 in.
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a muscular young man. Text in script in the image area reads, "Infórmate o Inflamate." From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Informate o Inflamate [illegible] 2001."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 306

Jorge Negrete 2002

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of Jorge Negrete. The background is green. From the "Latin Golden Age" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Jorge Negrete [illegible] 2002."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 307

Liquido 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Reyes , Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image of a male's face with blue skin resembling water, with superimposed images of fish and feathers in white. The background is red. From the "New Identities of Los Angeles" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "MP Liquido Miguel Angel Reyes '96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 308

Lupe Velez 2002

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of Lupe Velez. The background is blue. From the "Latin Golden Age" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Lupe Velez [illegible] 2002."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 309

Maria Felix 2002

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of María Félix. The background is blue. From the "Latin Golden Age" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Maria Felix [illegible] 2002."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 310

Maria Montez 2002

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of María Montez. The background is blue-green. From the Latin Golden Age suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Maria Montez [illegible] 2002."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 311

Olmos I 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Edward James Olmos as the Pachuco from Luis Valdez's Zoot Suit. The background is green. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MP Olmos I [illegible] 2001."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 312

Pedro Armendariz Jr. 2002

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of Pedro Armendáriz, Jr.. The background is green. From the "Latin Golden Age" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Pedro Armendariz [illegible] 2002."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 313

Pedro Infante 2002

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of Pedro Infante. From the "Latin Golden Age" suite. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Pedro Infante [illegible] 2002."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 314

Raquel II 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of Raquel Welch in a bathing suit. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MP Raquel II [illegible] 2001."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 315

Rita 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the actress Rita Hayward holding what appears to be a whip. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MP Rita [illegible] 2001."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 316

Rita Hayward 2002

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Reyes, Miguel Angel

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the face of Rita Hayward. The background is green. From the "Latin Golden Age Suite". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Rita Hayward [illegible] 2002."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 317

Los Angeles Unified 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Reynoso, Raymundo Tonatiuh

Descripton/Comments

Cropped image of a schoolbus in the center, framed by a red border. From the "New Identity of Los Angeles" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "MP "Los Angeles Unified" RReynoso 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 318

Chicano Less? IV 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Rios Martinez, Pedro

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a multicolored 'director' holding a clapper board. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "Chicano Less?" IV Pedro Rios Martinez 01."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 319

Cruces de Fuego 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Rios Martinez, Pedro

Descripton/Comments

Landscape of field of crosses with a fire burning in the distance.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 320

Independencia Y Libertad (Series V) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Rios Martinez, Pedro

Descripton/Comments

A boy rides on a man's shoulders on a red, white, and green background. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Independencia Y Libertad (Series V) Pedro Rios Martinez 98."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 321

Independencia Y Libertad (series I) (Independence and Liberty) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Rios Martinez, Pedro

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a mother chasing a child who pursues a globe. The background is blue, red, white, and green. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 322

Juan Diego 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Rios Martinez, Pedro

Descripton/Comments

An image of la Virgen de Guadalupe appears on Juan Diego's chest. The background is blue. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P "Juan Diego" Pedro Rios Martinez '95."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 323

Puente de Conveniencia 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Rios Martinez, Pedro

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a large crowd of people standing on an American flag. To the left of them is the Virgin of Guadalupe and an open palm. To the right of the crowd is a pair of chained hands in front of skyscrapers. Beneath the flag, two hands grasp an eagle's claws. At the bottom of the print is a snake, also held by two hands. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "6/15 "Puente de Conveniencia" Pedro Rios Martinez 95."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 324

Virgen con Guitarra 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 32 x 41 in.
creator: Rios Martinez, Pedro

Descripton/Comments

A person kneels as they hold a guitar bearing an image of la Virgen de Guadalupe. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Inscription in pencil reads "M/P."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 325

Quiubole! 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Rodriguez, Artemio

Descripton/Comments

Image is of two girls holding hands in a playground. The playground is inhabited by small animals, people, and plants. In the background are hills with trees and a few houses. A winged Zapata hovers between the two girls. His sombrero reads, "Libertad." From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "5/19 "Quiubole!" Artemio Rodriguez 1995."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 326

Untitled 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 32 x 41 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Artemio

Descripton/Comments

La Virgen de Guadalupe wears an orange dress with red flowers and wings. She is surrounded by winged cherub heads, dog's heads, and small demons. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 327

(title unknown) 1994

General Physical Description note: monoplate
Dimensions note: 15 x 11 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Cece

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an indigenous human figure above a dolmen with a curved lintel.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 328

Apparition I. 1996

General Physical Description note: woodblock
Dimensions note: 30 x 45 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Israel

Descripton/Comments

Black and white woodblock print of la Virgen de Guadalupe. On the left side of her manta are a weeping eye and a flower. On the right side of her manta are four anatomical hearts. There is another anatomical heart in the center of her chest, and below it, a skeletal hand. There is a white anatomical heart in the upperright corner of the print. The background is black. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "AP Apparition I Israel."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 329

Apparition II 1996

General Physical Description note: woodblock
Dimensions note: 30 x 45 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Israel

Descripton/Comments

Black and white woodblock print of la Virgen de Guadalupe. The background is split into black (right) and white (left) halves. On the Virgen's chest is a winged rectangle containing skeletal hands folded in prayer position. Toward the bottom of her body two hands hold a heart. She is supported by two crescent moons. Hands and faces fill the background. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "AP "Apparition II" Israel 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 330

Apparition III 1996

General Physical Description note: woodblock
Dimensions note: 30 x 45 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Israel

Descripton/Comments

On a disc before la Virgen de Guadalupe, with her arms up, is an anatomical heart with a cross in it. A black and white bird hang in the opposite upper hand corners and connect, by what looks to be a string. Faces line the side of the "road" surrounding the disc with the heart. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "AP "Apparition III" Israel 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 331

Noches En Una Frontera Abstracta 1995

General Physical Description note: woodblock
creator: Rodriguez, Israel

Descripton/Comments

Woodcut print depicts several abstract images. Among them are two people in front of a sun, animals, a woman with four arms, and a disembodied head. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "3/17 "Noches en una frontera abstracta" Ismael Rodríguez. 1995."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 332

Los Postes 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Israel

Descripton/Comments

Image is a cityscape in silhouette in which telephone poles tower above buildings. The background is red and orange. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Israel 98."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 333

Sadness I 1996

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Israel

Descripton/Comments

Three yellow faces behind five lit candles.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 334

Anonimos 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Ixrael

Descripton/Comments

Print consists of nine separate images divided into equally-sized squares. Four are faces, two of which have four eyes, and the other five are human figures in various poses. The background is dark green. From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "Anónimos" Ixrael 01".
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 335

Diversidad 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Ixrael

Descripton/Comments

Print area is divided in nine equal portions, each one containing an anatomical heart of a different color. From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S "La Diversidad" Ixrael 01".
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 336

Quien Dirije 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Ixrael

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an empty director's chair. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "A/P "Quien Dirije" Ixrael 01."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 337

Pieceworker 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Rodriguez, Maria

Descripton/Comments

Etching is of a woman working with a sewing machine. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "8/20 Pieceworker [illegible] 95."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 338

Today's Special Bargain 1995

General Physical Description note: etching
creator: Rodriguez, Maria

Descripton/Comments

Etching is of a girl in overalls or an apron, with both hands on her left hip. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "8/20 Today's Special Bargain [illegible] 95."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 339

Untitled 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Rodriguez, Maria

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a girl riding a bicycle. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "[illegible] Maria [illegible]."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 340

Carro de Muerte undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen
creator: Romero, Frank

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts a skeleton holding a bow and arrow seated on top of a car. Text beneath the car reads, "Carro De Muerte."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 341

Spring Flowers undated

General Physical Description note: monotype
creator: Romero, Frank

Descripton/Comments

Yellow flowers in a blue vase against a red background.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 342

(title unknown) ca.1999-2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Romero, Frank

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an automobile in blue, black, and red as seen from the side. Background is red. Signed, inscription in marker (?) reads, "FE Rom (sun symbol)."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 343

Untitled 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Romero, Frank

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a skeleton with its arms up. Text on its forehead reads, "¡Paco!" The background is brown with rows of "red, yellow, and green zig-zag stripes."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 344

Untitled 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Romero, Frank

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a red car seen from the side. Its occupants are two people and a dog. The blue background is filled with white circles. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 345

Untitled 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Romero, Frank

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man and a woman kissing. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in marker in image area reads, "FE Romr."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 346

Untitled undated

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 29 x 23 in.
creator: Romero, Frank

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an abstracted face. Dominant color is red. From the AIDS project. Signed, inscription in marker in image area reads, "FE Romero."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 347

Untitled (Car) 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Romero, Frank

Descripton/Comments

Image is of an orange and pink car as seen from the side on a blue background. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 348

Fiesta de San Miguel 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolor
Dimensions note: 14 3/4 x 18 1/2 in.
creator: Sadowski, Marianna

Descripton/Comments

Woodblock print depicts a woman with a wire hat. Behind her flies an angel, likely the Archangel Michael.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 349

El Bandito 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Saldamando, Shizu

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a "stereotypical Mexican" in a sombrero and bandolero. Text above the image reads, "El Bandito." The background is red and full of flames. From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Shizu Saldamando."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 350

La Cha Cha 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Saldamando, Shizu

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a seated hispanic woman in a red dress. Text above her reads, "La Cha Cha." From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Shizu Saldamando."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 351

El Cholo 2001

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Saldamando , Shizu

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a cholo in a bandanna and sunglasses. Text above him reads, "El Cholo." From the "Los Perspectivos de Hollywood" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S Shizu Saldamando."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 352

Mary Janes 1999

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Saldamando, Shizu

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a girl's legs from the knee down. She is wearing Mary Janes (shoes). Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S." Mary Janes" Shizu Saldamando '99."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 353

Road Line 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Saldamando, Shizu

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a man laying across the dotted yellow line that separates directions of traffic in a street. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "Roadline Shizu Saldamando."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 354

Untitled 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Sameshima, Dean

Descripton/Comments

In the negative space of a black background, a white silhouette of a person looking down wearing a cap similar to a police officers. From the "New Identity of Los Angeles" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "M.P. Untitled [illegible] 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 355

Cuidado Con Los Coyotes 1995

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Sandoval, Teddy

Descripton/Comments

A coyote sits with its back to the viewer and another sits in profile. The one in profile has the face of a man. The background is divided in two, with the top being red and the bottom a mixture of pink, yellow, and orange. From the "La Raza Festival". Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/P "Cuidado con los Coyotes" Teddy Sandoval."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 356

Nuestra Señora en el Mar 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Serrano, David

Descripton/Comments

The Virgen de Guadalupe on a seashell á la Botticelli. The background is a gradation of blue and white. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "M/P "Nuestra Señora en el Mar" David Serrano 95."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 357

Sisters 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Sinclaire, Mahara T.

Descripton/Comments

Image of two smiling sisters represented in bright colors. From the "New Identities of Los Angeles" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "M.P." Sisters "Mahara T. 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 358

Los Deid undated

General Physical Description note: silkscreen?
creator: Snyder,

Descripton/Comments

Calaveras in traditional Scottish dress march in a band. One leads, one plays bagpipes, and two play drums. From the SHG/Glasgow print studio collaboration. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "12/12 'Los Deid' Snyder."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 359

Infant Joy 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Sohn-Lee, Angela

Descripton/Comments

Four purple hands hold an infant with a smile that extends beyond the perimeter of its face. The background is in two shades of blue. From the "New Identities of Los Angeles" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "M.P Infant Joy Angela Sohn Lee 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 360

City Mask 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Sykes, Roderick

Descripton/Comments

Abstract print in red, white, and black. From the "New Identity" project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "MP City Mask Roderick Sykes 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 361

Universe 1996

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Thomas, Matthew

Descripton/Comments

Upper portion of image area depicts planetary orbits. The lower portion is a series of designs, possibly intended to represent stars. From the "New Identities of L.A." project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads "MP Universe Matthew Thomas 96."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 362

Untitled 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Tovar, Peter

Descripton/Comments

Central image of black-and-white print is abstract. Image in the upper left corner is of a billboard over a house, in the upper right corner is of a piñata, and in the lower right corner is of a cholo and his tattoo. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 P. Tovar '98."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 363

Eagle Warrior Ready For Battle (Guerrero de Aguila Listo para Batalla) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Valdes, Richard

Descripton/Comments

Image is of the head of an Aztec Eagle knight. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 364

Peace, Earth, and Love (Paz, Tierra y Amor) 1998

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Valdes, Richard

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a female figure resembling the Virgin Mary. Floating in front of her are an orb, possibly a representation of the Earth, and a dove. A white circle in the upper right corner may represent the moon. The background is red. From the "Taller: Tierra, Libertad, y Independencia" project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 365

Ruby 2000

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
creator: Valdez, Patssi

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a woman's head an shoulders. Her hair sticks up and her shoulder is a spiral. The background is red. From the "Y Tú Qué Más" special project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "MS Ruby Patssi Valdez 00."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 366

Sleepy Payaso 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 20 in.
creator: Valdez, Patssi

Descripton/Comments

Clouds rain on a horizontal clown's face with closed eyes and a funny hat. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M.S. Sleepy Payaso Patssi Valdez 98."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 367

Untitled 1992

General Physical Description note: silkscreen
Dimensions note: 25 1/4 x 34 in.
creator: Valdez, Patssi

Descripton/Comments

Papel picado hangs above a tables set with elements of a altar: a photograph surrounded by marigolds, four sugar skulls, two of which have candles, a small sarape, and candy.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 368

Santana and Our Lady 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Valdez, Richard

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts Carlos Santana playing guitar and wearing a shirt with an image of la Virgen de Guadalupe. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 369

She Appeared to US 1995

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 20 x 26 1/2 in.
creator: Valdez, Richard

Descripton/Comments

La Virgen de Guadalupe appears to an archer in a wood. From the Virgen de Guadalupe project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 370

Child's Calavera 1977

General Physical Description note: silkscreen
creator: Vallejo, M M

Descripton/Comments

Silkscreened image of a calavera in a sombrero.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 371

Justicia Para los Secuestrados de Canathlan undated

General Physical Description note: woodcut
creator: Vasquez, Cesar

Descripton/Comments

A blind-folded Goddess, personifying justice, carrying balanced scales in one hand. In the other hand, she carries four blindfolded men away from a city.Inscription in pencil reads "3/5 Justicia Para Los Secuestrados de Canathlan Cesar Vasquez"
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 372

The Great White Goddess 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Yáñez, Larry

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a refrigerator. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "M/S The Great White Goddess L Yáñez '98."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 373

Reclinando 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 22 x 16 in.
creator: Yáñez, Larry

Descripton/Comments

A man with hearts in his palms wearing glasses. Nopales are in the background, which is made up of a zig-zag rainbow of dots. From the Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Reclinando" MS Copyright L Yañez '97""
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 375

Trock of Harts 1997

General Physical Description note: monosilkscreen
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Yáñez, Larry

Descripton/Comments

Image is of a truck filled with hearts. From the Arizona project. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, ""Trock of Harts" M.S. copyright L Yañez '97."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 375

Surviving Q 1998

General Physical Description note: monoprint
Dimensions note: 16 x 22 in.
creator: Zender Estrada, John

Descripton/Comments

Abstract print in which the only distinguishable image is the face of Quetzalcoatl. From the "El Big 25" monoprint project.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.5 376

Monotony 1998

General Physical Description note: woodcut and watercolor
Dimensions note: 21 1/4 x 29 in.
creator: Zuno, José

Descripton/Comments

Print depicts a bearded man with five stylized images of la Virgen de Guadalupe in the background. Signed, inscription in pencil reads, "1/1 Monotony Zuno."
 

Installation Art

Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.7 001

"Day of the Dead Exhibition" 1990s

General Physical Description note: mixed media
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Installation in two corners of an exhibition room. In the left corner, a shelf unit has been adorned with photographs, garments, artworks, and candles. In the right corner is an installation that resembles a classroom, with a calavera in a small chair. Papel picado hangs above words affixed to the wall reading, "Nuestra Muerte Ilumina Nuestra Vida."
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.7 002

title unknown ca. 1990s

General Physical Description note: paper cutouts
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Installation piece set in an architectural arch. At the top of the arch hangs a paper semicircle. On the semicircle are paper cutout images of a skull and two hands. Hanging from both sides of the semicircle are strips of paper with more calavera paper cutouts. In the center between the two strips of paper is a mirror surrounded by stencilled images of the same calaveras.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.7 003

title unknown ca. 1990s

General Physical Description note: paper bags, feathers, Lotería cards, string, paint
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Installation piece composed of brown lunch bags painted with hearts and skulls hanging from a ceiling painted blue. The bags have white downfeathers on their sides. From the bags dangle lotería cards on pieces of string.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.7 004

title unknown ca. 1990s

General Physical Description note: media unknown
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Installation piece set in a window. Streamers hanging from the top of the window have images of hearts and Lotería cards adhered to them. The hearts and cards have messages written on them.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.7 005

title unknown ca. 1996-1997

General Physical Description note: mixed media
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Installation in a corner is composed of a piece of blue cloth with calaveras on it that serves as a backdrop. In front of it is a table set with a vase, flowers, and feathers. Flowers and feathers are also under the table. Hanging from above are strings with loteria cards and heart-shaped cut-outs.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.7 006

title unknown ca. 1998

General Physical Description note: painted cut-outs arranged to form an installation
creator: Alferov, Alex

Description/Comments

A number of painted cut-outs have been arranged in a room to form an installation. The one in front depicts three cholo calaveras driving a lowrider. Others include a nopal, a calavera, a large pack of cigarettes called "Lucky Zapatista" with a picture of a Zapatista and the text "Hecho en Aztlan Tabaco Marcos", large pieces of fruit, a shotglass and bottle of tequila, a large devotional candle, another calavera, and a three-dimensional coffin.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat.7 007(1-2)

Altar Installation November 5, 1994

General Physical Description note: mixed media
creator: Gamboa, Diane

Description/Comments

A large heart is bound in chains and placed on small white pillows within a wooden structure somewhat resembling a small boxing ring. There are lit red candles atop each of the four posts of the ring. "Boxing ring with bleeding heart inside, red candles on each corner."
 

Murals ca. 1970s

Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 8 001

Celebration of Life November 5, 1994

creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Portable mural in unknown media depicts a woman whose bones and organs are visible through her skin. Corn, calla lillies, nopales, and mushrooms grow beneath her. The moon encloses the woman and the plants. A banner across the moon with cala veras reads, "Celebration of Life". In the upper left corner is a purple calavera, in the upper right an orange sun. In the lower left corner is a Yin-Yang symbol, in the lower right is a red scarab beetle.
 

Paintings ca. 1980

Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 9 001

title unknown 1989

creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Work in unknown media depicts a round table set with skulls with the words "Paz" and "Amor" written on them, a flower vase, a glass of wine, and fruit. Behind the table hangs a tapestry with a Christ-like figure, a blindfolded angel, and a woman. All three figures are composed of diagonal lines of alternating colors. Next to the table stands a woman witha a yellow flower on her abdomen. She shares her face with a skull.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 9 002

title unknown 1989

creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Painting of three skeletons on a fan features a three-dimensional yellow sculpture of a face in unknown media at the handle.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 9 003

title unknown 1993

creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Painting of Cesar Chávez with half his face a calavera. Agricultural fields form the background. Slide photo, copyright 1993 Ann Murdy.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 9 004

title unknown 1996

General Physical Description note: Acrylic on wood
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Acrylic painting on an irrregularly- shaped pice of wood depicts two calaveras. One has orange hair and holds popcorn; the other wears a bandanna.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 9 005

Somos Vatos Locos ca. 1990's

General Physical Description note: acrylic
creator: Bojórquez, Chaz

Description/Comments

Text in three-dimensional letterig reads, "Somos Vatas Locos De-V-LA". Background is red with black strokes.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 9 006

La Junta 1994

General Physical Description note: Dr. Martin watercolor, gouache, and pastel; 22"x30".
creator: Gutiérrez, Robert

Description/Comments

Four calaveras in rebozos surround a statue or apparition of La Virgen de Guadalupe.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 9 007

title unknown 1994

creator: Tovar, Peter

Description/Comments

Painting in unknown media depicst three calaveras on the North American continent. On their heads grow three cactuses. Above the cacti are strings of papel picado and jalapeños.
 

Sculpture

Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 12 001

Mask 1978

General Physical Description note: media unknown; sculpture
creator: Artist Unknown

Descriptions/Comments

Gold- colored calavera mask.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 12 002

Sugar Skulls November 2, 1996

General Physical Description note: sugar skull casting; 2 slides; sculpture
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

From the Day of the Dead Flores de Esperanza. Photos are of sugar skulls.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 12 003

title unknown 1979

General Physical Description note: sculpture
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

A calavera mask on a stick has a feather headress.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 12 004

R.I.P. undated

General Physical Description note: papier-maché;slide photo, Mario Lopez; sculpture
creator: Fernandez Velasquez; Jose

Description/Comments

Sculpture of a calavera bride and groom. Behind them are two other calavera sculptures. Text on a sign beneath the sculptures reads, "R.I.P Jose Fernandez Velasquez Escuela de Arte San Carlos Mexico [illegible]". "Traditional papier maché calaveras".
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 12 005

Cathedral Calaveras November 1994

General Physical Description note: medium unknown; sculpture
creator: Holguin, Cesar A.

Description/Comments

Sculpture in unknown media is in the form of a tall cathedral. Calaveras sit on window ledges. The entire cathedral is painted with ornate designs.
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 12 006

Day of the Dead Mask 1976

General Physical Description note: media unknown; sculpture
creator: Ibanez, Antonio

Description/Comments

Decorated calavera mask features the name "Millton Antonio".
Slide-Album 18, Slide Cat. 12 007(1-2)

title unknown 1994

General Physical Description note: stone and metal; sculpture
creator: Luna Cleveland, Joe

Description/Comments

A round, flat stone carved with the image of Mictlantecuhtli, the Aztec lord of Mictlán, the ninth and lowest realm of the underworld. This stone is mounted on a metal stand.
 

Series VI Color Photocopies, Flyers, Invitations and Posters

 

Color Photocopies

Box 50, Folder 1

1974-1979

Box 50, Folder 2-3

undated

Box 60

Self-Help Graphics Program Overview: The Early Years

Box 61

GCIC Collection

 

Flyers, Invitations and Posters

Box 50, Folder 4-12

1973-1985

Box 51, Folder 1-12

1987-1988

Box 52, Folder 1-6

1988-1990

Box 53, Folder 1-3

1990-1992

Box 53, Folder 4-7

undated

Box 54, Folder 1-4

undated

 

Series VII Note Cards

Box 55, Folder 1-5

undated

Box 56, Folder 1-6

undated

Box 60

Silkscreen Cards Archives

Language of Material: English
 

Series VIII Graphic Arts and Poster Collection

 

Silk Screen Prints 1983 - 2010

 

Grandma April 10-21, 2001

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18 x 26 in. Poster size: 22 x 30 in.
creator: Aguilar, Laura

Description/Comments

3 Photographs -one of my grandma taken 1920-1923 -one of my grandma, Aunt Bea my brother John and myself -one with my grandma and myself, text about my grandma. Colors used: Cream White, LT White Yellow, Clear Gloss, Sepia, Silver.; signed; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier XXXVIII
 

Firedream (Mar 7-11) 1988

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 24 x 36.5 in. Poster size: 26 x 38.5 in.
creator: Aguirre, José Antonio

Description/Comments

Central image of five black and white firemen, a fire truck with four firemen and an abstract border. The lower part of the print contains a sleeping yellow nude female and a profile of a face with a nose in the act of smelling.; signed. Inscription reads: "4/45, title, signature, date" signed. Inscription in pencil on the area between the two sections of the print reads: "43/45, Firedream, J A Aguirre, 88"; Printer: unknown; Atelier 11
 

It's Like The Song, Just Another Op'nin' Another Show... (Jan 8-12) 1990

General Physical Description note: Westwind (heavyweight); Image size: 24 x 36 in. Poster size: 26.25 x 39 in.
creator: Aguirre, José Antonio

Description/Comments

A large red cross dominates the center of the print. On the upper part of the cross there is a plaque with "SIDA". At its base is a portrait of a bearded man. Behind the cross on the top there is a landscape of Echo Park.; signed. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/62, title and signature" Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "It's Like The Song, Just Another Op'nin' Another Show..., 16/62, J A Aguirre, 90"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 15
 

Postcard From 'Elei' 1992

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 24.75 x 19 in. Poster size: 26.125 x 20 in.
creator: Aguirre, José Antonio

Description/Comments

A human figure on profile next to an image of City Hall in L.A. intertwined with what looks like sharp knife blades of fire and/or blood. At the bottom are three hands with drops of blood.; signed.Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Postcard From 'Elei', 4/64, J Aguirre, 92"; Printer: unknown; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots
 

Santa Patria 1995

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 38.5 x 26.5 in. Poster size: 44 x 30 in.
creator: Aguirre, José Antonio

Description/Comments

Nude masked woman tied to a cross.; signed.; Printer: unknown; Atelier 29-31 #4 and #6
 

Mongo Santamaria 1997

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 16 x 21.875 in. Poster size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Aguirre, José Antonio and José Alpuche

Description/Comments

Cesar Chavez with zig zag bolts of red, orange, and blue. The other print is done in all green. Both Jose Antonio Aguirre and Jose Alpuche created the poster. Atelier 31.; signed.; Printer: unknown; Atelier 29-31 #4 and #6
 

El Canto de Quetzalcoatl 1995

General Physical Description note: poster; Image size: 32 x 24.5 in. Poster size: 38.25 x 30 in.
creator: Alcalá, Manuel C.

Description/Comments

Abstract profile of a multicolored human face with an abstract feather headdress. Red crescent moon in upper right corner with blue planet and comet zooming in. On top of the human head is a green bird.; signed.; Printer: unknown; Atelier 3
 

La Partida 1996

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 25.625 x 38 in. Poster size: 30 x 44 in.
creator: Alcalá, Manuel C.

Description/Comments

Nomadic family (father, mother, and son) travel across the baren land with a fire and a tornado in the background.; signed.; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 29
 

Ché 1997

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 22 x 16 in. Poster size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Alcaraz, Lalo

Description/Comments

Ché wearing beret with a Nike emblem on the front. Print in red and black.; signed.; Printer: Amos Menjivar, supervised by José Alpuche; Atelier 31
 

White Men Can't 1992

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 21.5 x 16.625 in. Poster size: 28 x 20 in.
creator: Alcaraz, Lalo Lopez

Description/Comments

George Bush and Daryl Gates dressed in sports outfits. A wire fence and the City Hall in flames are behind them. Gates' basketball player t-shirt reads: "property of / LAPD". Bush's runner t-shirt reads: "White / men / can't / run / the system" White; signed. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "White Men Can't, 4/59, Lalo Alcaraz, [cross symbol]"; Printer: unknown; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots
 

Koshka (Jan 24-29) 1988

General Physical Description note: Westwinds; Image size: 24 x 36 in. Poster size: 26 x 40 in.
creator: Alferov, Alex

Description/Comments

A city cat, twilight casting its shadow at the doorway of a stranger. I live in Hollywood, in a part of the city that used to be residential but is now in a state of change. There are a lot of stray cats in this neighborhood. The cats are forced to sur; signed. Inscription in pencil located at the bottom below the image area reads: "4/52, title and signature"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 11
 

Love Potion #9 1992

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 24 x 36 in. Poster size: 28 x 40 in.
creator: Alferov, Alex

Description/Comments

Juxtaposition of what looks like the enlarged face of person and a lying torso of another. The composition is blurred. Main colors are pink, yellow, blue and purple.; signed. Inscription in pencil at the bottom inside image area reads: "love potion #9, 18/28, Alferov"; Printer: unknown; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots
 

Oriental Blond (Oct 3-7) 1988

General Physical Description note: Westwind (heavyweight); Image size: 24 x 31 in. Poster size: 26 x 33 in.
creator: Alferov, Alex

Description/Comments

Portrait of a man (yellow and blue), next to a window (dark magenta to red). Outside are bare trees with a split fountain background. Walls are purple to pastel green.; signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "46/58, Oriental Blond, Alferov"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 12
 

Passage

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag.290 grms; Image size: 16 x 22 in. Poster size: 24 x 26 in.
creator: Alferov, Alex

Description/Comments

"Many young gays go through a 'right of passage' actively investing their own sexuality and soon find themselves in great favor with a variety of sexual partners. This 'social night-life' generates drug and alcohol use, making many vulnerable to 'risky' b; December 12-14; Printer: Jose Alpuche; unknown
 

Passport 1993

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 15.125 x 16 in. Poster size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Alferov, Alex

Description/Comments

On a multi-colored background, the green outline of a face is visible within layers of other lines and shapes. The face seems superimposed--as if it is not the focus although it is the only image.; signed. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "signature [illegible], 93, passport, 4/78"; Printer: unknown; Images Of The Future
 

Without You undated

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 39.25 x 24.25 in. Poster size: 44 x 30 in.
creator: Alferov, Alex

Description/Comments

Mahatma Gandhi quotes in multicolor, "Wealth without work..." rising sun towards bottom of the poster. Co-artist Michael Amescua.; signed.; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 29-31 #4 and #6
 

Sobreviviente (Jan 29-Feb 2) 1989

General Physical Description note: Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 29.5 x 24 in. Poster size: 32.25 x 26 in.
creator: Alicia, Juana

Description/Comments

Image of a blindfolded woman, rays of light emanating from her eyes beneath the blindfold. A large building looms behind her, and a bit of sunset filled sky is seen above and beyond the building.; signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "Sobreviviente, 41/60, Juana Alicia". signed. Inscription in pencil located below the image area at the bottom reads: "Title, 42/60, signature"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 15
 

Another Aftershock Hits LA 1992

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 22.125 x 16 in. Poster size: 26.125 x 20 in.
creator: Alpuche, José

Description/Comments

Image of 'The Thinker' by August Rodin in green and black in the center of the composition. Along the top and left edges are newspaper clippings in gold, superimposed on the purple-blue background. Big lettering reads: "...Studio City wants police to sw; signed. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/54,'Another aftershock hits La', José Alperche [illegible], 92"; Printer: unknown; Images Of The Future
 

El Espíritu Azteca 1995

General Physical Description note: poster; Image size: 22 x 16 in. Poster size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Alpuche, José

Description/Comments

Colors of the Mexican flag in the background fading vertically from green to white to red. In the foreground is an Indian holding a bow and arrow kneeling down on the ground. His chest is exposed and he is wearing a feather headband.; signed.; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 16
 

Material Girl 1997

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 24 x 18 in. Poster size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Alpuche, José

Description/Comments

Picture of Madonna--the singer of the hit song "Material Girl."; signed.; Printer: unknown; Atelier 29
 

Maestras/Mujeres Totemicas

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag.290 grms; Image size: 18 x 24 in. Poster size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Alvarez, Gloria E.

Description/Comments

Three scrolls containing Gloria Alvarez's mujeres totemicas poem.; June; Printer: Jose Alpuche; unknown
 

Dos Mundos (Two Worlds) August 28-31, 2001

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 15 x 21 in. Poster size: 26 x 30 in.
creator: Alvarez, Jack

Description/Comments

Hand Pulled Serigraph print. Six colors on Coventry rag paper. Art print contains; yellow background, blue/gray surface. Female/Virgin figure in center with halo-like shape over head. Symbolism includes; plant forms (3) crosses in and above the horizo; signed; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier XXXIX
 

Mission in the Garden March 27-30, 2001

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 18 x 22 in. Poster size: 22 x 30 in.
creator: Alvarez, Laura E.

Description/Comments

The Double Agent Sirvienta, an international spy posing as a maid and expert in the field of domestic technology, lloks after and involves a blond baby in secret missions while vacationing in a tropical garden landscape. The agent/gardener in the distanc; signed; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier XXXVIII
 

The Double Agent Sirvienta: Blow up the Hard Drive 1999

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 25.75 x 18 in. Poster size: 30.25 x 22 in.
creator: Alvarez, Laura E.

Description/Comments

Image is of a girl in a waitress uniform. The background is a folder with title "File://Translations.underdone" with letters and characters as a second background. There is a red flame that fades from orange to yellow to bottom of image. "Alvarez uses; signed. Inscription in pencil below image reads: "4/56, The Double Agent Sirvienta: Blow up the Hard Drive, Laura E. Alvarez '99."; Printer: unknown; Atelier 33
 

Where's My Genie In The Bottle (Oct 23-27) 1989

General Physical Description note: Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 24 x 36 in. Poster size: 24.75 x 37 in.
creator: Amemiya Kirkman, Grace

Description/Comments

Image is "very wild, freeforms". The colors are very bright-red, blue, lavender, gold, yellow, white, green, orange, magenta. "There's a central figure in oranges and ochre". Also there are some identifiable objects, such as, a mirror, a ruler, envelope; signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "Where's My Genie In The Bottle, 10/55, Grace Amemiya Kirkman"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 14
 

From Within Ourselves, The Phoenix Arises (May 23 - 27) 1992

General Physical Description note: Westwinds; Image size: 17.5 x 24 in. Poster size: 18.125 x 25.5 in.
creator: Amemiya, Grace

Description/Comments

Pheonix rising from fire/Destruction of its egg. Colors used: 1. Silver mettalic (sic.), 2. gold mettalic (sic.), 3. Yellow, 4. Process Magenta, 5. Split fountain Blue/Green, 6. Maroon. "From within Ourselves, the Phoenix Arises. Like many young childr; ; Printer: Richard Balboa; Atelier 19
 

Buenos Días 1994

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 38 x 26 in. Poster size: 44 x 30 in.
creator: Amescua, Michael

Description/Comments

Image of a hare playing an instrument stepping on a stag (both in brown). Both animals are on an abstract blue, yellow, orange and light green background.; signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "4/68, Buenos Dias, Michael Amescua, 94"; Printer: unknown; unknown
 

Día de los Muertos, Announcement Poster for 1973

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 21.25 x 16 in. Poster size: 22.125 x 17 in.
creator: Amescua, Michael

Description/Comments

Announcement Poster for "Día de los Muertos." Red, green, and blue colors. On the upper left hand side is a skeleton head outlined in blue ink with its tounge sticking out. Glitter is adhered to the skull's red mouth. Two geometric fields-one red and the; unsigned.; Printer: unknown; unknown
 

Fire in the Forest 1996

General Physical Description note: poster; Image size: 30 x 26 in. Poster size: 36.25 x 30 in.
creator: Amescua, Michael

Description/Comments

Animal sitting on limb facing left with swirls around him. Colors appear to be applied with spray painting. Colors present on this print are: light yellow, foam green, red shade yellow, cerulean and midnight blue, and emerald green.; signed.; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 28
 

Mara'akame (Jan 10-15) 1988

General Physical Description note: Westwinds; Image size: 36 x 24 in. Poster size: 40 x 26 in.
creator: Amescua, Michael

Description/Comments

none; signed. Inscription in pencil located at the bottom in the blue border reads: "Signature, title and 4/45"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 11
 

Toci (Jan 14-19) 1989

General Physical Description note: Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 38.5 x 25.5 in. Poster size: 38.5 x 25.5 in.
creator: Amescua, Michael

Description/Comments

There is a purple mountain and a blue sky. There is a pregnant anthropomorphic deer skipping from right to left wearing stockings.; signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom of image reads: "Michael Amescua, Toci, 49/55"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 13
 

Touches The Sky (April 29-May 4) 1991

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 25.5 x 35.5 in. Poster size: 25.5 x 25.5 in.
creator: Amescua, Michael

Description/Comments

Full bleed. Two very abstracted yellow figures with four feathers. There is a yellow-orange mass towards the bottom. There is a 2" tear in the top center.; signed. Inscription in pencil located at the bottom reads: "4/59, title and signature"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 16
 

Xólotl (Jan 2-6) 1990

General Physical Description note: Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 35 x 22 in. Poster size: 35 x 22 in.
creator: Amescua, Michael

Description/Comments

Full bleed. Blue abstracted Mayan god with a pink, yellow, red and white floral lace patterned femur. From a blue disc in upper right hand corner the colors yellow and orange ripple outward. "Xolotl guides the sun thru the underworld. Here he is asking; signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom of the image reads: "Michel Amescua, 44/58, Xólotl" signed. Inscription in pencil at the bottom reads: "Signature, 4/58 and title"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 15
 

Untitled 1995

General Physical Description note: poster; Image size: 38 x 25.75 in. Poster size: 44 x 30 in.
creator: Amescua, Michael and Alex Alferov

Description/Comments

Alferov's Byzantine Virgin surrounded by Amescua's sculptural symbols and ancient faces giving homage to the Virgin. A blend of Eastern European religious icon in contrast to ancient Aztec anthropological imagery. Dark blues and purple dominate the prin; signed.; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 7
 

98 (degrees) in the Shade Jan. 6-12, 2002

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16 x 22 in. Poster size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Amos

Description/Comments

Prints shows el paletero (icecream man) huffing onward w/ achey feet/cloudy head/and running on empty. The blended background gives the illusion of extreme heart. With the sun beating down, symbols surround the figure showing what he is working for, what; signed; Printer: Amos; Atelier XXXIX
 

Things to Come 1999

General Physical Description note: silkscreen; Image size: 20 x 9.5 in. Poster size: 22.125 x 12 in.
creator: Amos

Description/Comments

Image is of a blue cartoon-like creature that is bowling with an ignited canon ball aiming for green glass bottles. The background is yellow with a thinking bubble of an alien/robot demolishing a city. Poster reads "Things to Come...and things that neve; signed. Inscription in pencil under image reads: "4/65, Amos 99."; Printer: unknown; Atelier 33
 

Night Vision ca. 1992

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 24 x 16 in. Poster size: 28 x 20 in.
creator: Ancona Ha, Patricia

Description/Comments

A female Goddes in profile surrounded by a dragon-headed snake in a multicolored jungle-like scenario. The goddes is sitting like a Budah on a stone engraved with indigenous symbols. It is night time and we can see the moon and a star.; signed. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Night Vision, 4/55, Ancona Ha, [chinese symbol]"; Printer: unknown; Atelier 14 L.A. Riots
 

The Single Word (March) 1983

General Physical Description note: Artprint; Image size: 19.25 x 19 in. Poster size: 23 x 35 in.
creator: Anton, Don

Description/Comments

Image of a white face with closed eyes and white branches radiating from the face into a blue background. Yellow and orange sporadic lines.; signed. Inscription in pencil reads: "21/60, title and signature [illegible]"; Printer: Stephen Grace; Atelier 1
 

Double Happiness November 7-10, 2000

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 25 x 31 in. Poster size: 30 x 35 in.
creator: Arai, Tomie

Description/Comments

Image of an Asian woman eating with chopsticks; loteria cards and Japanese 'Hanfuda' playing cards, and map of East L.A. are set against a black background. Double Happiness is a piece about the mix of cultures that make up the East L.A. / Boyle Heights; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "10/42 Double Happiness Arai '00".; Printer: José Alpuche; special project
 

Kaeru / Finding Home May 1-6, 2000

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag 290 gms.; Image size: 20.125 x 28.25 in. Poster size: 27.125 x 34.25 in.
creator: Arai, Tomie

Description/Comments

7 color silkscreen was produced in conjunction with a two month residency at Self-Help Graphics through an Artist and Communities/Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation and NEA grant. In this piece, a young boy is pulling back a screen to reveal an array of images; signed. Inscription in pencil reads, "60/60 Kaeru/Finding Home Arai '00".; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier XXXVI
 

The Labyrinth of the Soul 1996

General Physical Description note: poster; Image size: 21.75 x 16 in. Poster size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Argyropoulos, Maria Antionette

Description/Comments

There are two large black tires in this image, one in the bottom center and the other in the upper left-hand corner. Two large images of St. Ludovia and one repetition of St. Ludovia. Type style in orange reads "a" "it" and "L'Unita." Colors include: m; signed.; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 28
 

Encantacion 1988

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 36 x 24 in. Poster size: 40.5 x 26.25 in.
creator: Arreguin, Alfredo

Description/Comments

Patterned design. The image seems to be a candelabra, with a Mexican eagle in its center. The background is brown with a gold lyrical pattern. Frogs, bird and fish line the fringe.; signed. Inscription in pencil on the lower right reads: "signature [illegible] and edition"; Printer: unknown; National Chicano Screenprint Atelier
 

Title Unknown

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: unknown Poster size: unknown
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

The face of a wrestler which has a white mask with words such as "mariachi" and "construction" in colors red, blue, and green.; unknown; Printer: unknown; none
 

Mama Said There'd Be Day'z [sic] Like This undated

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 14.875 x 21 in. Poster size: 19 x 25 in.
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

On a yellow background there is a black and white image of a group of three women of different generations (one old and two young) and one man. In the right hand side there is an enlarged image of a 'green card' with information related to 'Maria Clara R; signed. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "20/50, 'Mama said there'd be day'z [sic] like this, signature [illegible]"; Printer: unknown; unknown
 

Monthly Calendar 1979

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 6.625 x 16.5 in. Poster size: 7 x 17.25 in.
creator: Artist Unknown

Description/Comments

Monthly Calendar. On a green background, the image of a sun is delineated on red ink. Outside of the image area, red type reads: "Tawa, the Sun Kachina." There are two versions of this print: lime green and dark blue in the background.; unsigned.; Printer: unknown; unknown
 

No Bullshit July 25-27, 2002

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag, 290 gms.; Image size: 16 x 22 in. Poster size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Attyah, David "Think Again"

Description/Comments

An "invasion" of doorknobs gathering to resist displacement and eviction. "No Seremos Desalojados." Colors used: Fire Red, Orange, Teal, Purple, Dark Purple, Dark Fuscia; signed; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier
 

El Teatro 1992

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 24 x 16 in. Poster size: 28 x 20 in.
creator: Audifred, Magda

Description/Comments

An elongated face of an androgynous person wearing a blue shirt with a red collar. A theater-like design is in the upper section of the print and around the person's head. It is not clear whether the person is a cut out paper or three-dimensional.; signed. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/46, El Teatro, Magda Audifred, M 92"; Printer: unknown; Atelier 19 L.A. Riots
 

Plumas Para Paloma (Mar 20-24) 1989

General Physical Description note: Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 32.5 x 21.25 in. Poster size: 37 x 26 in.
creator: Avila Boltuch, Glenna

Description/Comments

The print includes a central figure of a baby (unclothed) laying on a navajo rug with many feathers. The baby is surrounded by five photographs of her grandparents and great grand parents (two photos are of children, two are wedding phots and one is a cu; signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "30/64, Glenna Avila"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 13
 

Absolutely Chicana

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag.290 grms; Image size: 21 x 16 in. Poster size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Baca, Judy

Description/Comments

"Self portrait of Pachuca, yellow back ground, eight colors." - Judy Baca.; June 10-14; Printer: Jose Alpuche; unknown
 

Para Karen, Eastlos undated

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 26 x 38 in. Poster size: 30 x 44 in.
creator: Baitlon, Jon

Description/Comments

Cathedral-like stain glass window with La Virgen de Guadalupe in the center.; signed.; Printer: unknown; Atelier 29-31 #4 and #6
 

Cordova's Candle undated

General Physical Description note: studio proof; Image size: 22.5 x 16.25 in. Poster size: 22.5 x 16.25 in.
creator: Balboa, Richard

Description/Comments

The mutilated body of a naked woman represents a candle melting. It has no arms and in the place of the head is the wick . The melted wax is red and drips over the yellow body. The background is a bright orange with splashed drips of black.; signed. Inscription in pencil located at the bottom of the print reads: "Cordovas Candle, special project, 2/2, R. Balboa [illegible]"; Printer: unknown; unknown
 

Culture Of Consumption (Jun 21-25) 1994

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag 290 grm.; Image size: 35.5 x 26 in. Poster size: 44 x 30 in.
creator: Baltazar, Raul and Zack de la Rocha

Description/Comments

The image is an altar with dollar signs, text, and a television that tops the altar. Text is written by Zack De La Rocha.; signed. Incription in pencil on the bottom reads: "Raul Baltazar, Culture Of Consumption, De La Rocha, 20/56"; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 24
 

Advenimiento de Primavera (Feb 5-9) 1990

General Physical Description note: Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 34 x 23.5 in. Poster size: 36.75 x 26 in.
creator: Baray, Samuel A.

Description/Comments

Large female figure dressed in an ornate dress in blue, brown, and pink. In her left hand she is holding blue rosary beads and with her right hand she is propping up an elaborate spray of pink flowers which produce a halo effect. She is surrounded by tr; signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "Advenimiento De Primavera, 47/79, S.A. Baray, 1990"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 15
 

Aurora-El Primer Milagro del Día (Mar 8-15) 1994

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 27 x 42 in. Poster size: 30 x 44 in.
creator: Baray, Samuel A.

Description/Comments

Central female bust in a colorful costume. Her hands are brown with green triangles on the palms. She is in a smaller frame within a larger round topped frame. This outer frame is decorated with gold trimming. Flowers and plants emerge from behind the; signed. Inscription in pencil on the black black border within the image reads: "4/58, Aurora El Primer Milagro Del Dia, S A Baray, 1994"; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 24
 

Santuario (March 3-13) 1987

General Physical Description note: Westwinds; Image size: 35.5 x 19.75 in. Poster size: 40 x 30 in.
creator: Baray, Samuel A.

Description/Comments

Floral arrangement of saturated colors on a black and maroon background.; signed. Inscription in pencil located below image area reads: "4/46, title, signature and date"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 9
 

Señora en su jardín--Harvest 1996

General Physical Description note: poster; Image size: 16.25 x 22 in. Poster size: 20 x 26 in.
creator: Baray, Samuel A.

Description/Comments

Depiction of a woman with braids working. Abstract scenery which appears to be surrounded by flowers. One of the prints is in dark green, lavender, and light green, while the other print is deep blue, bright orange, and off-white. Next to the edition n; signed.; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 9
 

Virgen de la Guarda 1997

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 26.25 x 19.875 in. Poster size: 30.375 x 24 in.
creator: Baray, Samuel A.

Description/Comments

Woman with elaborate head-dress containing eagles, faces, and sun rays protects a village. Jagged edges with black background.; signed.; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 30
 

Sobreviviendo November 18-20, 2003

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag, 290grms.; Image size: 26 x 16 in. Poster size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Barraza, Jesus V.

Description/Comments

A rock style political poster about the Palestinian struggle for liberation. It shows a woman holding a gun over her right shoulder with rays coming from behind. The text 'long live free Palestine' is translated into Spanish and Arabic.-Jesus V. Barraza.; signed. Inscription in pencil beneath image area.; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier XLIII
 

Calavera's In Black Tie (Oct 30-Nov 3) 1989

General Physical Description note: Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 36 x 24.5 in. Poster size: 38.5 x 26.5 in.
creator: Bautista, Vincent

Description/Comments

Three calaveras wearing black ties and tux in the foreground. Red, yellow, green, purple, and white abstracted background with crosses and little calaveras.; signed. Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "Title, 4/55, signature and 89" signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "Calavera's In Black Tie, 18/55, Bautista, 89"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 14
 

Ethereal Mood (Dec 3) 1993

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag 290 grms.; Image size: 16 x 24 in. Poster size: 17.875 x 26 in.
creator: Bautista, Vincent

Description/Comments

An angel sitting on a rock with ribbon flowing. Also, three winged hearts coming towards the angel.; signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "4/74, Etheral Mood, Bautista, 93"; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 25 (special project)
 

Imágenes De La Frontera: El Coyote 1992

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 16.25 x 24.25 in. Poster size: 20 x 28 in.
creator: Bautista, Vincent

Description/Comments

Enlarged face of a coyote wearing a suit and whose tongue has become the U.S.A. flag. There are several dollar bills in his pocket and a skeleton pin in his suit. In the background, there is a gray fence against a dark sky with a sun or a moon.; signed. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "Imágenes de la frontera: 'El Coyote', 4/56, Bautista 92"; Printer: unknown; unknown
 

...And His Image Was Multiplied... (Jan 22-26) 1990

General Physical Description note: Westwinds (heavyweight); Image size: 35.5 x 24.5 in. Poster size: 37.5 x 26 in.
creator: Bert, Guillermo

Description/Comments

Six collaged images. Four photo-silkscreened, large 1 1/2" letters at the bottom. Colors are magenta, red, black, gold, green, blue, yellow, and white. Center blue television has an image of "The Creation," Michelangelo's Sistene Chapel's forearms, two; signed. Inscription in pencil located below the image area reads: "4/55, signature and 90" signed. Inscription in pencil on the bottom reads: "16/55, Giullermo Bert/90"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 14
 

Dilemma In Color (Nov 16-21) 1987

General Physical Description note: Westwinds; Image size: 34.5 x 23.5 in. Poster size: 26 x 40 in.
creator: Bert, Guillermo

Description/Comments

A dual image of a sitting man with a background of TV screens and power lines embedded in brilliant colors. "The ambivalence of thoughts amid the strong influence of television and the hidden energy that makes it possible. The conflict is intensified by; signed. Inscription in pencil at the bottom below image area reads: "4/49, signature and title"; Printer: Oscar Duardo; Atelier 10
 

El Político 1993

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 22.125 x 16 in. Poster size: 26 x 20 in.
creator: Boccaccio, Poupée

Description/Comments

An abstract figure of a person, arm extended holding a saxophone, wearing a crown, is the primary image amongst a black background with wavy blue, yellow, and pink lines. The figure is standing on a blue circle outlined in pink as if it is the spotlight; signed. Inscription in pencil below image area reads: "4/79, El Politico, Paupée? Boccaccio? [illegible], '93"; Printer: unknown; Images Of The Future
 

In Our Rememberance In Our Resurrection (Dec 10-11) 1983

General Physical Description note: Artprint 25% rag; Image size: 21.75 x 24.75 in. Poster size: 22 x 34.25 in.
creator: Boccalero, Sister Karen

Description/Comments

Abstracted gold, magenta, and blue design on a white and yellow background.; signed. Inscription in pencil located at the bottom "4/77, title, signature and '83."; Printer: Stephen Grace; Atelier 11
 

Without (March) 1983

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 19 x 25.25 in. Poster size: 23 x 35 in.
creator: Boccalero, Sister Karen

Description/Comments

Text reads: "There were seven sins in the world. Wealth without work, Pleasure without conscience, Knowledge without character, Commerce without morality, Science without humanity, Worship without scrifice, and Politics without principle. Mahatma Ghandi.; signed. Inscription in pencil below the image area reads: "52/60, '83 without, SKB."; Printer: Stephen Grace; Atelier 1
 

L.A. Mix 1997

General Physical Description note: unknown; Image size: 30 x 24 in. Poster size: 36 x 30 in.
creator: Bojórquez, Chaz

Description/Comments

Gold skull smiling with gold and red-purple frills surrounding "L.A." which is written on the lower right corner.; signed.; Printer: José Alpuche; Atelier 30
 

New World Order (Jun. 28-July 2) 1994

General Physical Description note: Coventry Rag 290; Image size: 33.5 x 26 in. Poster size: 44 x 30 in.
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