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Above the model for my Bolsa de Mercado print now through July 2017 at the Gregorio Escalante Gallery (in the upstairs Salon), 978 Chung King Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90012.   Read more   Check out the gallery space and the impressive array of artists and exhibits!

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Extended throughout the whole year!  – Victoria Delgadillo’s painting of Laura Berenice, a lost women of Ciudad Juarez is in the inauguration exhibit of a new 1363 square foot gallery, Galería Gilberto & Dolores Cárdenas, National Museum of Mexican Art, 1852 West 19th Street, Chicago, IL 60608

Nuestras Historias (Our Histories) highlights the Museum’s Permanent Collection to showcase the dynamic and diverse stories of Mexican identity in North America. The exhibition presents cultural identity as something that continually evolves across time, regions, and communities, rather than as a static, unchanging entity, and features ancient Mesoamerican and colonial artifacts, modern Mexican art, folk art, and contemporary works from both sides of the U.S.–Mexican border. The vast diversity of Mexican identities demonstrated in these works defies the notion of one linear history and a singular identity. Curated by Cesareo Moreno. Read more here
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Memories of Migration: Telling our Stories & Connecting our Journeys

Dates:  July 3 – August 31, 2017
Curators:  David Lopez, Barbara Miller, Irma Morales, Brenda Ramirez, and Saidy Valdez
Location: Second Floor East Terrace
Description:  The project chronicles the migration stories of migrants in the Orange County area. While primarily focusing on Latino history in and around Orange County, the project has collected hundreds of migration stories from individuals from all walks of life to demonstrate that migration is a universal part of the human condition. The exhibit is a collection of various media from artists throughout the country exploring the theme of migration through their own interpretation.
Takes place at:  Paulina June & George Pollak Library, California State University, Fullerton, 800 North State College Blvd., Fullerton CA 92834-4150

Victoria will screen her film “Border 2007” in this exhibit

On Friday, August 11, 2017, from 8:30am to 6pm: Cal State Fullerton – Pollak Library will hold an all-day conference geared to librarians, historians, academics, students, artists and community members who would like to learn more about the migration stories of local and global people. You are welcome to join the conference on this day and meet the artists in the exhibit.