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My passion for collecting and promoting Chicano Art is on display in the latest episode of Second Act. Second Act is a Webby Award winning webseries presented by Yahoo!. Here's the link to watch it => VIDEO...

My art exhibition, "Chicanitas, Small Paintings from the Cheech Marin Collection," is touring the country and it just opened up at the Museum of Monterey. Here is part of an interview I did with the Monterey Herald: Q: What is it about Chicano art that speaks...

Bold and intense imagery rich in color has long been a trademark of art expressing the Chicano experience. Drawn from the collection of Cheech Marin, Papel Chicano includes about 40 works on paper – primarily pastels, but also drawings, mixed media, oil, acrylic and gouaches...

Papel Chicano-Book From the collection of Cheech Marin. Editor Melissa Richardson Banks helps compiles this book with very colurful images of well known Chicano artists such as: Vincen Valdez, Patsi Valdez, Frank Romero and many others. Order from: Amazon...

The Chicano Collection: Fine Art Prints by Modern Multiples features archival-quality digital prints (gicleés) of paintings by 26 prominent Chicano artists, including Frank Romero, John Valadez, Patssi Valdez, and Margaret Garcia. Depicting urban life and the Chicano experience between 1969 and 2001, the exhibition is...

Originating in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Chicano art long remained unrecognized by the art and gallery world. This text features the work of 26 Chicano artists and marks the transition of this unique and exciting movement into the critical fold of contemporary art. Order...

Produced to accompany "Chicano Visions: American Painters on the Verge," "Chicano Now! American Expressions" is a 5,000-sq.-ft. multimedia exhibition that weaves tradition, history, and humor into interactive expressions of what it means to be Chicano in terms of work, family, style, and identity. The nation's...

Perhaps the most complete exhibition of Chicano art, Chicano Visions: American Painters on the Verge is unprecedented in terms of its scope, focus, and size. Curated by René Yañez, it includes vibrant paintings- mostly in oil or acrylic on canvas-by 26 well-known artists such as...