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1994
Protesting the absence of women in the exhibition
First Front: Vanguard of the Chicano Movement
8/16/1994 - 9/24/1994
Painting, graphics and archival material honoring the Chicano artists who launched a tidal wave of artistic expression in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. With Eduardo Carillo, Francisco X. Camplis, Rupert García, José Ramón Lerma, Ralph Maradiaga, José Montoya, Malaquías Montoya, Ernesto Palomino, Peter Rodríguez, Esteban Villa, René Yañez. Curated by Sal García.
  Galería Exhibitions A World Without Borders: The Works of Judith Francisca Baca <1994>
Figuras y Alegoría: Glass Works by Einar and Jamex de la Torre <1994>
Aim for the Limits: A Children's Photography Exhibit <1994>
Dos Caras/ Two Faces: The Works of Ruben Trejo <1994>
First Front: Vanguard of the Chicano Movement <1994>
Open Studios: Works by Juan R. Fuentes, Ester Hernandez and Nancy Hom <1994>
Día de los Muertos <1994>
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Pictured from left to right

Francisco X. Camplis, Peter Rodriguez, Esteban Villa, Rene Yanez, unknown, Malaquias Montoya, unknown, Jose Montoya Gathering outside of the opening during a protest on the absence of women in the exhibition Protesting the absence of women in the exhibition