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Interview with Dr. Daniell Cornell, Curator of the “Chicano Encounters” exhibition at the de Young Museum
We have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Daniell Cornell, Curator of American Art and Director of Contemporary Art at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. Dr. Cornell is the curator of “Chicano Encounters: Local Places and Global Communities” one of the three exhibitions that make up “Chicano” which is currently on view at the de Young Museum through October 22, 2006.
“Chicano Visions: American Painters on the Verge” features a variety of Chicano artists. This portion of the exhibition is curated by Rene Yanez and features works from the collection of actor and comedian Cheech Marin.
Frank Romero, The Arrest of the Paleteros [ice-cream men], 1996 (detail)
de Young Museum
Through October 22, 2006
- Chicano Art Life
- Back Story: Cheech and “Chicano Visions“ (SF Gate)
- Cheech Marin wants America to know what Chicano art means to this country — which is why the actor is sharing his collection, on view now at the de Young (SF Gate)
- Painting of Cheech Marin
“Chicano Visions: American Painters on the Verge“
Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale
November 18, 2006 to May 7, 2007
Armando Rascon: “Naco Nocturnes”
de Young Museum
Through November 5, 2006
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