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Low 'n Slow

Saturday, July 28, 1979 - Saturday, September 22, 1979

An exhibition presenting drawings, graphics, model cars, low-rider bikes and photographs. Organized by Sonny Madrid (Low Rider Magazine) and René Yañez. The highly popular art show had an audience of over 2,000 individuals, and involved both the gallery and mural space. On opening night Bryant St. was reserved for the Low Creations Car Club that filled the street with a Low Rider car show. Featured artists included Teen Angel, Linda Sanchez, Angel Redondo, Gilbert Lujan, Luis Jimenez, Ramon Cisneros Kiki, Sir Loco, Derrick O'Keefe, and Carlos Camplis. Also featured in the exhibition was photography by Peter Pulido, Carlos Villa, and El Steven. Low Rider magazine contributed with art work, magazine layouts and a slide presentation.

Photos

Low n' Slow Billboard Image of the opening featured in Low Rider Magazine Image of the opening featured in Low Rider magazine Bryant St. Announcement Mural Lowrider Car show outside the Galería
Frank Gomes' 72 Impalla Model cars Lowrider model cars Low rider drawing <b>Linda Sanchez</b>
detail <b>Linda Sanchez</b>
Chicanos Remember the Homeboys that have been Lost <b>Angel Redondo</b> <b>Artist Unknown</b> Lowrider drawing Lowrider Drawing  Lowrider Bicycle
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