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  Participated in the Following Exhibitions Hecho en Aztlán: Multiples <1980>
Style and Vision: Two LA Printmakers <1984>
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Richard Duardo

Richard Duardo has been both an artist and an advocate of the arts in Los Angeles for over 25 years. Since graduating from UCLA in graphic design, he has been prolific in producing a large body of serigraphs. He has had museum shows in Tokyo and Gifu, Japan, New York and Los Angeles. His work was selected for a National Endowment for the Arts travelling exhibition where he was represented both as a printer and an artist. In 1988, Duardo received The California Arts Commission for The Artist of the Year Award. His work is represented in notable collections including The Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

In 1980, Duardo established his fine art print studio, Hecho en Aztlan and its later offshoots, Aztlan Multiples, Multiples Fine Art, Future Perfect, Art & Commerce, and his current studio, Modern Multiples, Inc. To date he has published over 300 artists' work. The archives of these studios are collected by the University of California, Santa Barbara's Department of Chicano Studies.