Visit MCASD to see the newest oil canvas exhibit by John Valadez, an artist that developed a realist pictorial language recording the Chicano experience in Los Angeles during the ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s.
Valadez turned the ordinary snapshot into a source for his portrayal of a large, diverse cast of urban inhabitants drawn from his everyday life. Born in Los Angeles in 1951, Valadez began as a muralist, in which he presented themes of invisible borders and histories binding together Spanish, Mexican, and American culture.
Pricing is as follows:
- General Admission $10
- Seniors $5
- Students 26 and over (with ID) $5
- 25 and under Free (with ID)
- Military and their families Free (with ID)
- Members free
This exhibit runs from June 10-Sept. 2 during museum hours, which are daily, except Wednesday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.