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We invite your submissions to the dossier section for the Fall 2015 edition, which will feature critical dialogues on topics relevant to Chicano studies. Essays, dossiers, and book reviews for future editions are also welcome.
"Pepón Osorio" by Jennifer A. González and "Ricardo Valverde" by Ramón García received recognition at the Latino Literacy Now's 2014 International Latino Book Awards on June 28.
The catalog for the exhibition "Ricardo Valverde: Experimental Sights, 1971-1996" at the Vincent Price Art Museum (May 17-July 26, 2014) is available for downloading as a free PDF. The catalog is the inaugural e-book from the CSRC Press.
This second edition of Self Help Graphics & Art brings the original edition, published in 2005, up to date, adding breadth and depth to the history of the historic East L.A. arts center.
The Spring 2014 issue of Aztlán. Order your copy today!

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Pepón Osorio is an internationally recognized artist whose richly detailed work challenges the stereotypes and misconceptions that shape our view of social institutions and human relationships. The colorful, often riotous, installations for which he is best known are constructed from found objects and objects that he customizes or creates. With a wry sense of humor he probes sober topics: prison life, domestic violence, AIDS, poverty.

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