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The Vincent Price Art Museum is proud to be one of five prestigious non-profit arts and culture organizations in Southern California that have partnered to form the Latinx Arts Alliance.
The mission of the Vincent Price Art Museum at East Los Angeles College is to serve as a unique educational resource for the diverse audiences of the college and the community through the exhibition, interpretation, collection, and preservation of works in all media of the visual arts.
A joint collaboration and acquisition between the Vincent Price Art Museum and the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, Caycedo’s video Apariciones / Apparitions reconceptualizes spaces within the Huntington through the movements of black, brown, and queer dancers, marking the museum’s collections as sites for ritual, enjoyment, and divination.
Rich with detail, Rashid’s paintings, drawings, and sculptures reference colonialism, empire, and westward expansion in the Americas during the 18th century, remixing global players – African, European, and indigenous peoples – in a process of storytelling and mythmaking.
Yolanda González: Sueño de Familia / Dream of Family examines the artistic legacy of five generations of artists within one family through drawings, paintings, ceramics, and printmaking spanning the 1870s to the present.
In the 4-channel video installation Paraíso, Tamara Rosenblum joins her father, a Chilean theater actor and director, in the process of recreating characters from his fantasies, revealing intimate and humorous exchanges between father as performer and daughter as audience.
Artworks from ancient civilizations in Central and South America, with a concentration of art from West Mexico and Peru.
Selected from the museum’s permanent collection, this group of votive paintings from Mexico spans the early 19th to the mid-20th centuries.
The Vincent Price Art Museum is currently CLOSED to the public in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Learn More.
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The Vincent Price Art Museum acknowledges with gratitude the generous donors to the Museum’s operations and exhibition/educational programs.
East Los Angeles College
The Getty Foundation
The Ford Foundation
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
The Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts
Bank of America
Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture
Barbara Hensleigh & Joe Andrews
Pasadena Art Alliance
MUFG Union Bank
City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs
Alfred Fraijo, Jr. and Arturo Becerra-Fraijo
Dr. Richard and Rebecca Zapanta