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(Image: "Shred Your Worries" by Raphael Montañez Ortiz)
An essay by CSRC director Chon Noriega is cited in a piece about the misconceptions created when scientific nomenclature is used to discuss and critique art.
Reforma discusses the bilingual newspaper La Raza, which captured the Chicano movement through powerful photos taken in Los Angeles between 1967 and 1977. The CSRC is mentioned for its collection of 25,000 digital images from the publication.
The Los Angeles Times reported on the new slate of on-site programming from eight Southern California art institutions, including the CSRC, at this year’s LA Art Show.
The UCLA Newsroom reported on CSRC associate director Charlene Villaseñor Black’s receipt of a $35,000 grant from the Albert and Elaine Borchard Foundation to organize an international colloquium titled “Renaissance Futurities: Science, Art, Invention.”
The Hollywood Reporter put a spotlight on several upcoming art shows in Los Angeles, one being the LA Art Show, which showcased several institutions participating in Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, including the CSRC.
The CSRC is mentioned in Time Out as one of several institutions participating in the LA Art Show and the Getty initiative Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, which highlights Latin American artists across Southern California.
Alejandro Anreus author of Luis Cruz Azaceta, part the CSRC Press’s A Ver series, discusses his book as well as his current project Luis Cruz Azaceta: Dictators, Terrorism, War and Exile, a new exhibition he is curating at the American Museum of Cuban Diaspora in Miami.
CSRC director Chon Noriega was quoted in a piece on the 2017 LA Art Show’s 50,000 square-foot section of the fair dedicated to programming by Southern California museums and the CSRC.
A photo of Raphael Montañez Ortiz performing a piano destruction concert is featured in a preview of the 2017 LA Art Show provided by Kim Martindale, the producer of the event.