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Descriptive Summary

Historical Note

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Ateliér I

Ateliér II

Ateliér III

Ateliér IV

Ateliér V

Ateliér VI

The Benson Latin American Collection

Self-Help Graphics & Art, Inc. Collection, 1983-1985



Descriptive Summary

Creator Self-Help Graphics & Art, Inc.
Title Self-Help Graphics & Art, Inc. Collection
Dates: 1983-1985
Abstract Collection of original Mexican American silkscreens produced at Self-Help Graphics & Art, Inc. in Los Angeles, CA.
OCLC Record No. 23168115
Extent 25 items
Language English
Repository Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Historical Note

Self-Help Graphics & Art was founded in East Los Angeles in the early 1970s. It is a visual arts cultural center serving its community's primarily Chicano/Mexicano population. Self-Help Graphics offers a printmaking atelier to local artists to create silkscreen prints. SHG also organizes youth arts programming, and exhibits prints in its Galeria Otra Vez.

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Scope and Contents Note

This art print collection consists of silkscreens created at Self-Help Graphics primarily by Mexican American artists. Descriptive information provided for each print may include the artist's name, title, date of the print, dimensions, and series number. Prints should be requested by their Atelier number, listed below under the heading "Folder."

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Arrangement

Prints are arranged as they appear in each Atelier series.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted.

Use Restrictions

Standard copyright restrictions apply.

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Index Terms

The Self-Help Graphics & Art Inc. Collection is classified under the following Subject Headings in the University of Texas Libraries' catalog:
Self-Help Graphics and Art, Inc.
Mexican American art--California
Boccalero, Karen, Sister
Vallejo, Linda
Document Types
prints
screen prints

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Related Material

The Benson Collection also holds the Ricardo and Harriet Romo Collection of Mexican American Art Prints, which includes many silkscreens produced at Self-Help Graphics Studio and Art, Inc.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Self-Help Graphics & Art, Inc. Collection, Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin.

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Box and Folder Inventory

 

Ateliér I

box folder
1 A-1-1 Antóne, Don. The Single Word, March, 1983.
35 x 23 in. [25/60]
A-1-2 Boccallero, Karen.Without, March, 1983.
35 x 23 in. [60/60]
A-1-3 Cervantez, Yreina D.Untitled, March, 1983.
35 x 23 in. [10/60]
A-1-4 Costa, Sam.indiscernible title, March, 1983.
35 x 23 in. [6/60]
A-1-5 Flores, Florencio.Untitled, March, 1983.
35 x 23 in. [34/60]
A-1-6 Norte, Armando.Savagery & Technology, March, 1983.
35 x 23 in. [29/30]
A-1-7 Ponce, Michael.Familia Ponce, March, 1983.
35 x 23 in. [52/60]
A-1-8 Segura, Dan.Like Father Like Son, March, 1983.
35 x 23 in. [59/60]
A-1-9 Sparrow, Peter.Omens, March, 1983.
35 x 23 in. [1/60]
A-1-10 Zains, Marisa.Phantom Fear, March, 1983.
35 x 23 in. [24/60]

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Ateliér II

box folder
1 A-2-1 Boccalero, Karen.In our rememberance is our Resurrection, fall, 1983.
34 x 22 in. [75/77]
A-2-2 Cardenas, Mari.Untitled, fall, 1983.
34 x 22 in. [26/77]
A-2-3 Gamboa, Diane.She's my puppet, fall, 1983.
34 x 22 in. [26/77]
A-2-4 Hamada, Miles.Untitled, fall, 1983.
34 x 22 in. [21/77]
A-2-5 Leal, Steve.Untitled, fall, 1983.
34 x 22 in. [36/77]
A-2-6 Norte, Armando.Untitled, fall, 1983.
34 x 22 in. [21/77]
A-2-7 Perez, Jesus.Arreglo, fall, 1983.
34 x 22 in. [33/78]
A-2-8 Segura, Dan.This Is Pain, fall, 1983.
34 x 22 in. [76/77]

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Ateliér III

box folder
1 A-3-1 Carrasco, Barbara.Self Portrait, 1984.
40 x 28 in. [3/70]
A-3-2 Delgado, Robert.Untitled (two faces), 1984.
37 x 26.5 in. [52/70]
A-3-3 Duardo, Richard S.Untitled (Boy George), 1984.
39.5 x 27.5 in. [3/80]
A-3-4 Gamboa, Diane.Untitled (woman's face and hand), 1984.
40 x 28 in. [8/78]
A-3-5 Oropeza, Eduardo.Untitled (three costumed figures), 1984.
34 x 24 in. [48/73]
A-3-6 group poster.Ateliér III, spring 1984.
40 x 28 in.

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Ateliér IV

box folder
1 A-4-1 Garcia, Lorraine.Untitled (family photographs), n.d.
41 x 27.5 in. [50/86]
A-4-2 Herron, Willie.Untitled (two foreground figures; two background figures), n.d.
26 x 32 in. [58/82]
A-4-3 Maradiaga, Ralph.Lost Childhood, 1984.
28 x 35.5 in. [52/88]
A-4-4 Torrez, Eloy.The Pope of Broadway, n.d.
40.5 x 27.5 in. [69/85]
A-4-5 Vallejo, Linda.Untitled (human bust w/crown or halo), 1984.
41.5 x 28 in. [88/88]

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Ateliér V

box folder
1 A-5-1 Cervantez, Yreina D.Camino Largo, 1985.
42 x 28.5 in. [8/88]
A-5-2 Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores.Untitled, n.d.
39½ x 27.5 in. [42/88]
A-5-3 Davis, Alonzo.Art on It, 1985.
24 x 35.5 in. [8/88]
A-5-4 Duardo, Richard S.Untitled, n.d.
41 x 28.75 in. [8/88]
A-5-5 Sparrow, Peter.Untitled, n.d.
24 x 35.5 in. [8/88]
A-5-6 Valadez, J.M.Untitled, n.d.
35 x 24.5 in. [8/88]
A-5-7 group posterExperimental Screenprint Ateliér V, spring, 1985.
42 x 29.5 in.

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Ateliér VI

box folder
1 A-6-1 group poster.Atleliér 6, n.d.
25 x 19 in.
A-6-2 Guerrero-Cruz, Dolores.Peacemakers, n.d.
23 x 27.5 in. [38/45]
A-6-3 Debatuc, Alfredo.Comet over City Hall, 1985.
25 x 38 in. [32/45]
A-6-4 Oropeza, Eduardo.Untitled (costumed figures), n.d.
24 x 32.5 in. [32/45]
A-6-5 Perez, Jesus.Untitled (three profiles), 1985.
25.5 x 38 in. [35/44]
A-6-6 Rodriguez, Liz.Untitled (versions of women), n.d.
23.5 x 35.5 in. [32/45]
A-6-7 Thomas, Matthew.Untitled (geometrics), n.d.
34.5 x 21 in. [32/45]
A-6-8 Torrez, Eloy.Untitled (woman and baby), n.d.
37.5 x 24 in. [38/45]
A-6-9 Zoell, Bob.Sunflowers for [?], n.d.
22.5 x 33 in.

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