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Linda Vallejo - Video Clips
A forty-year retrospective exhibition and book presented at Plaza de la Raza Boat House Gallery, Los Angeles, CA Fierce Beauty: The Art Work of Linda Vallejo.
Fierce Beauty: The Artwork of Linda Vallejo. Presentation at the Smithsonian Institution. November 2010.
2010, California International Arts Foundation, Editor, Lyn Kienholz L.A. Rising: SoCal Artists Before 1980,
One, The Mind Aware, 2010, New Momentum For Human Unity Productions, ISBN: 978-1-4507-1851-6
Publication, Los Angeles, CA Mujeres de Maiz, Zine #8, 2009
Focus on the Masters, Artist Archives and Interview, Ventura, CA
Published by Marquand Books and created by Friesen Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho, and Seattle, Washington Speak for the Trees. 2008
Metro Gallery Exhibition, catalog with essay written by Betty Ann Brown, Hollywood, CA Floating World,
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, a panel moderated by Betty Ann Brown and Linda Vallejo Revealed: Women, Art, Life, Success, an Interview Dialogue,
Linda Vallejo: Life Choices and Turning Points, Artist Cover Story, Downtown LA Life Magazine, Los Angeles, CA
Tenth Anniversary Fine Arts Publication, Los Angeles, CA Mujeres de Maiz,
Her Circle Ezine Feature Article by Diane Leon Ferdico, NY University, New York Nature Exposed: An Interview with Linda Vallejo,
Chicano/Latino Arts of Los Angeles Oral History Project, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Chicano Studies Research Center (CSRC); Terezita Romo, Project Coordinator and Dr. Karen Mary Davalos, Los Angeles, CA
Ventura Art Masters Historical and Documentary Project, Ventura, CA
Documentary Film by Sabine Sighichelli featuring Linda Vallejo Breaking In Two,
The Art of Collection with Armando Duron, Real Talk LA Magazine
"What makes Linda Vallejo's art so compelling and relevant to contemporary life?" by William Moreno, 2007. 2002
"Chicana artists speak on their work," University Times, 167, No. 14. November 20, 2000.
"Celebrating Life Forces: Linda Vallejo," Los Angeles Times Calendar, Oct. 2000.
“Los Cielos 2000: The Work of Linda Vallejo” Sybil Venegas, art historian, writer, and professor of Chicano Studies, East Los Angeles College; September 2000.
"Oxnard Museum Readies First Exhibit of New Artworks," Los Angeles Times, August 21, 2000.
" Notes from the Living Room Couch: A Collector Speaks Out” - Armando Duron, major contemporary art collector, president of the Artes de Mexico Festival Committee in 1991 and ex-president of the Board of SPARC; 2000. 1999
Linda Vallejo on Wikipedia.
"Linda Vallejo" by John Mendelsohn. "Urban Prayers: The Celestial Imagery of Linda Vallejo" - Reina Prado, cultural activist, educator, and curator in Tucson, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
"Linda Vallejo and Los Cielos: Reaching for the Heavens" - Susan Rinderle, journalist.