Hispanic American art -- Illinois -- Chicago -- 20th century -- History -- Sources
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 736
Scope and Contents This collection includes writings and exhibition materials by and about John Pitman Weber primarily related to public art, peace, and social justice activism. Also includes materials related to Mexican-American and Puerto Rican artists working in Chicago such as Carlos Cortez and the groups MARCH and MIRA. Includes materials related to organizations such as LADO-Chicago (Latin American Defense Organization) and "Artists Call" (Artists Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America)....
Identifier: MSS 729
Abstract The Mark Rogovin papers document Rogovin's role in the modern mural movement, specifically in Chicago, as well as aspects of his role as a founder of Chicago's Peace Museum. The collection also gives insight to American social documentary photographer (Mark Rogovin's father) Milton Rogovin's relationship with members of Mexico's Taller Graphica Popular. The collection includes writings, news clippings, flyers, administrative records, press releases, and grant proposals. Of note are a series...
Dates: 1954-2007; Majority of material found in 1970-1990
Identifier: MSS 702
Contained in this collection are materials related to Victor Sorell's writing, editing, and curating activities related to Chicano art in the Midwestern United States. Covers the interwoven topics of public art and society, as well as mural art.
Dates: 1971 - 1995