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From El Corazón de East L.A.

March 26 – May 30, 1993

Self-Help Graphics is a community-based center in East L.A. established in 1972. The center (founded by the late Sister Karen Boccalero) has been a cultural focus for the East L.A. Mexican population since its inception. This exhibition surveyed the rich silk-screen, graphic production, and tradition from 1982-1992.

Participating Artists

Juana Alicia, Alfredo Arreguin, Michael Amescua, Glenna Avila, José Antonio Aguirre, Vincent Bautista, David Botello, Barbara Carrasco, Rudy Calderón, Mario E. Castillo, José Castro Leñero, Sam Coronado, Yreina D. Cervantes, Sam Costa, Roberto Delgado, Alex Donís, Ricardo Duffy, Yolanda González, Raoul de la Sota, Diane Gamboa, Margaret García, Pat Gómez, Ricardo Gonsalves, Gronk, Dolores Guerrero-Cruz, Ester Hernández, Leo Limón, Daniel Martínez, Ernest Montaño Valle, Malaquías Montoya, Victor Ochoa, Eduardo Oropeza, Tony Ortega, Jesus Pérez, Michael Ponce, Reyes Rodríguez, Miguel Angel Reyes, Daniel Segura, Anna Rodríguez, John Valadez, Richard Valdez, Patssi Valdez, Arturo Urista, Linda Vallejo

Curator

Sister Karen Bocalero and René H. Arceo

Organizing Institution

Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum

Displayed at

Main Gallery