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September 10, 1998 | CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT
Art Ruben Ortiz Torres, 34, mixed-media artist Look for: At the Huntington Beach Art Center (Sept. 12-Nov. 8), a survey exhibition offers a welcome opportunity to get an overview of the photographs, videotapes and mixed-media works of one of the most interesting young artists to emerge in Los Angeles in the 1990s. Why he matters: In the 1980s, multiculturalism was a term regularly used to describe the simultaneous expression of multiple autonomous cultures.
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September 10, 1998 | CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT
Art Ruben Ortiz Torres, 34, mixed-media artist Look for: At the Huntington Beach Art Center (Sept. 12-Nov. 8), a survey exhibition offers a welcome opportunity to get an overview of the photographs, videotapes and mixed-media works of one of the most interesting young artists to emerge in Los Angeles in the 1990s. Why he matters: In the 1980s, multiculturalism was a term regularly used to describe the simultaneous expression of multiple autonomous cultures.
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September 3, 1995 | Hunter Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter Drohojowska-Philp is an occasional contributor to Calendar. and
In a downtown Los Angeles loft, where homeless people camp out side the door, artist Ruben D. Ortiz-Torres muddles through the meaning of being a Mexican in America. Within a mile of the tourist-oriented Mexican souvenir shops of Olvera Street and the Chicano barrios of East L.A., this 31-year-old graduate of CalArts is busy printing and organizing his photographs for an exhibition at the Jan Kesner Gallery opening on Friday.
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September 3, 1995 | Hunter Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter Drohojowska-Philp is an occasional contributor to Calendar. and
In a downtown Los Angeles loft, where homeless people camp out side the door, artist Ruben D. Ortiz-Torres muddles through the meaning of being a Mexican in America. Within a mile of the tourist-oriented Mexican souvenir shops of Olvera Street and the Chicano barrios of East L.A., this 31-year-old graduate of CalArts is busy printing and organizing his photographs for an exhibition at the Jan Kesner Gallery opening on Friday.
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