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Galerías En LA/LA: Sotlight

Annabel Osberg, Artillery Magazine, Sept/Oct 2017

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10 Artists on Rescinding DACA

Paul Schmelzer, Walker, Sept 15, 2017

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Is It Clay? No, Glass! Is It Woman? No, Man!

Edward Goldman, Art Talk, KCRW 89.9 FM, Sept 12, 2017

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Ken Gonzales-Day: Exploring Identity and Construction of Race

Hso Hkam, LA WEEKLY, Sept 11, 2017

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What Is Latin American Art? Finding Answers at PST: LA/LA

Carribean Fragoza, LA Weekly, Sept 12, 2017

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PST Returns with Sprawling Latin American and Latino Art Program

Matt Stromberg, Hyperallergic, Sept 12, 2017

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How PST Is Writing Long-Overlooked Chicano Artists Back Into Art History

Catherine Wagley, artnet.news, Sept 12, 2017

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Crossing Artistic Boarders

Marielle Wakim, Los Angeles Magazine, September, pp.60-61

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Slavery and Potraiture in 18th Century Atlantic Britain

Yale Center For British Art, New Haven, CT

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“Strategic Dissemblance in the Photography of Ken Gonzales-Day: Mexican Men and Lynching in California.”

David William Foster, Picturing the Barrio: Ten Chicano Photographers, 2017

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Against the Wall

Ken Gonzales-Day, Frieze Magazine, September 2017

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Imagen Angeleno: Including a solo exhibition by Ken Gonzales-Day

MOAH, Lancaster, CA. Nov 11, 2017 – Jan 14, 2018

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Tear Down the Confederate Monuments—But What Next? 12 Art Historians and Scholars on the Way Forward

Gonzalo Casals, artnet.news, Aug. 23, 2017

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Art Once Shunned, Now Celebrated in ‘Found: Queer Archaeology; Queer Abstraction’

Holland Cotter, Art & Design, New York Times, Aug. 23, 2017

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Dejando huella a través de murales y letreros La exposición “Tensión Superficial” del artista Ken Gonzáles-Day destaca lo mejor de Los Ángeles

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Los Ángeles es una ciudad de murales. Desde la punta norte del Valle de San Fernandohasta los alcances sureños de San Pedro, el arte vive en las calles.

Como parte de la celebración artística Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

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