La Onda Chicana

La Onda Chicana (“The Chicano Wave”) is named after the multidisciplinary artistic movement that grew out of Mexico (La Onda) and the Chicano movement (El Moviemento) in America that was inspired by the Civil Rights activism of the 1960s. Featuring over 30 works by Chicano/a/x artists from the Civil Rights Movement to the present, La Onda Chicana demonstrates the power of art to communicate individual and collective histories and identities.

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Credit line: Sandra de la Loza; Self Help Graphics Mural Remix, Artists Unknown, Untitled, 1970s, 2011 screenprint Sheet: 30 x 30 1/8 in., Image: 26 x 26 in. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Purchased with funds provided by Karen R. Constine, the Prints and Drawing Council, and Zuzana and Shawn Landres M.2018.306.34