What finally broke the ‘no Chicanos’ rule at the reemergent Museum of Latin American Art

The Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach has its first ever exhibition devoted entirely to the work of Chicano artists. Seen here: a detail of Frank Romero’s majestic “¡Méjico, Mexico!,” a wall-sized canvas painted in 1984. (Cheech Marin Collection / MOLAA)

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.latimes.com

HT Steven Riley @mixed_race

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