Hernandez, Judithe

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Judithe Hernandez (1948- ) is a painter and educator from Los Angeles, Calif. and Chicago, Ill.

Hernández was a leading Latina artist in Los Angeles during the 1970s, an important decade in the development of the Chicano mural movement and Latino art in general. Hernández now teaches in Chicago, but during her time in Southern California she came to represent both Chicana and feminist viewpoints, and was an articulate spokesperson for those interests and the rights of individual artists to transcend political identity in their careers.

From the description of Oral history interview with Judithe Hernandez, 1998 Mar. 28. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83309429

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