VICTOR ESTRADA

 

EDUCATION
1988
MFA, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena

1986
BFA, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena

1980
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

1978
University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2017
Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles

2013
Washington Square Windows, New York University, New York

2003
Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles

1999
Finesilver Gallery, San Antonio, Texas

1998
Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles

1996
Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York

1995
Santa Monica Museum of Art, Los Angeles

1993
Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles

1989
Bliss Gallery, Los Angeles

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017
Discomposure, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles
A Universal History of Infamy: Those of This America, Charles White Elementary School, Los Angeles (offsite project of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art), curated by Vincent Ramos

2013
Impressions, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA

2011
After the Gold Rush: Reflections and Postscripts on the National Chicano Moratorium of August  29th, 1970, Vincent Price Art Museum, Los Angeles

2010
Phantom Sightings, El Museo del Barrio & Americas Society, New York

2009
Phantom Sightings, Museo de Arte Zapopan, Guadalajara, Mexico
Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
Museo Tamayo de Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, Mexico

2008
Summer 2008, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles
Phantom Sightings, LACMA, Los Angeles

2001
Stuffed, 1301 PE Gallery, Los Angeles
Other Footprints to Aztlan, Social and Public Art Resource Center, Venice, CA

2000
Art Now, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles

1999
In the Labyrinth of Multitude: Contemporary Latin American Artists in Los Angeles, Los Angeles

1998
Cherie, I Love You, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles
The Bean Show, curated by Marc Pally and Rhonda Sraboff, DiRT Gallery, Los Angeles

1997
Plastered, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles
COLA, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles
Filler, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles

1996
Bliss, (collaboration with Jorge Pardo), Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles
Mutate / Loving the New Flesh, curated by Michael Cohen, Lauren Wittels Gallery, New York
Man’s World, curated by Russell Ferguson, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
The Paranoid Machine, curated by Michael Cohen, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles

1995
LAX-Benito Juarez: Prints by Artists from Mexico City and Los Angeles, The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
The Monster Show, curated by Bonnie Clearwater, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami
Es Mi Vida Voy A Cambiar El Mundo (It’s My Life and I’m Going to Change the World), curated by Maria Guerra, Ex-Teresa Arte Alternativo ex Templo de Santa Teresa, La Antigua, Mexico City
Space of Time: Contemporary Art from the Americas, curated by Alisa Tager and Sandra
Antelo-Suarez, Center for the Fine Arts, Miami
13th Annual Exhibition of Prints, curated by Elizabeth A.T. Smith, LaBand Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles
Saturday Night Fever, curated by Michael Cohen and Catherine Liu, Thomas Solomon’s Garage, Los Angeles
Narcissistic Disturbance, curated by Michael Cohen, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles
Murder, curated by John Yau, Bergamot Station, Los Angeles (catalog)

1994
Identity the Logic of Appearance, curated by Shoshana Blank, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria
Can You Always Believe Your Eyes, Museum of Contemporary Art, De Beyerd in Breda / Amsterdam, Netherlands

1993
Space of Time: Contemporary Art from the Americas, curated by Sandra Antelo
Suarez and Alisa Tager, America Society Art Gallery, New York
El Nopal Press: A Portfolio, curated by Laura Alvarez and Francesco Siquieros, Social & Public Resource Center, Los Angeles
The Elegant, the Irreverant and the Obssessive: Drawing in Southern California, curated by Mike McGee, Cal State Fullerton; Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Los Angeles
Prospect 93, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany
Helter Skelter: L.A. Art in the 1990’s, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (catalog)Elizabeth Koury Gallery, New York

1991
Aqui y Alla, Centro Cultural Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico

1990
Aqui y Alla, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles (catalog)

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY
2008
Smith, RJ, “Who You Calling Homie?”, Los Angeles Magazine, Buzz: The Arts, September
Bryan–Wilson, Julia, “Phantom Sitings: Art after the Chicano Movement”, Artforum, Summer 2008
Knight, Christopher, “Phantom Sitings at LACMA”, Los Angeles Times, April 15

2002
Chattopadhyay, Collette, “Directions in Installation Art”, Sculpture, April, pp. 42-47.

2000
Knight, Christopher, “Happily, LACMALab Leaves Much to Imagination”, Los Angeles Times, September 15

1999
Frank, Peter, “The Labryinth of Multitude, at the Curve of the World”, LA Weekly, October 28
Freeman, David, “Pae White & Victor Estrada at Finesliver”, VOA (Voices of Art), July, pp.14-16.
Gonzalez, Rita, “Post-Chicano”, Poliester, No. 25 (September), pp. 40-47.

1998
Chattopadhyay, Collette, “Review: Victor Estrada”, Sculpture Magazine, July / August, pp.67-69.
Drohojowska Philp, Hunter, “Welcome to Dr. Estrada’s Odd Island”, Calendar Section, Los Angeles Times, Sunday, January 4, pp.56- 57.
Frank, Peter, Pick of the Week: Peter Shelton, “Victor Estrada”, LA Weekly, January 23-29, p.132. Ho, Melissa, “The Bean Show’ at DiRT”, Art Issues, Summer, p. 48.
Iannaconne, Carmine, “Victor Estrada at Shoshana Wayne Gallery”, Frieze, December, p. 91.
Ise, Claudine, “Victor Estrada at Shoshana Wayne”, Art Issues, March/April, p.41.
Muchnic, Suzanne, “Victor Estrada at Shoshana Wayne”, ARTnews, May, p. 178.
Pagel, David, “Art Review: Art You Can Adopt”, Los Angeles Times, January 30, p.F28.
Rockwell, Steve, “Victor Estrada at Shoshana Wayne”, dART International, April/May/June, p.26.

1997
Knight, Christopher, “A ‘COLA’ That Refreshes”, Los Angeles Times, May 27, pp. F1, F8.
Van de Walle, Mark, “Victor Estrada”, Artforum 6, February, pp. 78-79. November p.20.

1995
Bravo, Armando Alvarez, “Lo bello, horrible, subconsciente y sublime en una exposicion”, Galeria, October 11
Duncan, Michael, “Narcissistic Disturbance”, The New Art Examiner, Summer, p.48.
Greene, David, “Narcissistic Disturbance”, Art Issues, March/April, p. 40.
Knight, Christopher, “Narcissistic’: Art for Artist’s Sake”, Los Angeles Times, February 14, pp.F1, F3.
“Branching Out, Victor Estrada’s Work at Santa Monica Museum is Both Inventive, Grim”, Los Angeles Times, October 28, pp. F1, F6.
“Enthusiastic Hybridity – UCLA/Armand Hammer Museum”, Los Angeles Times, October 28, p.F6. Turner, Elisa, “Monsters in our Midst”, The Herald, October 15, pp.1, 61.

1993
Cohen, Michael, “Pachuco Style, The Strategic Ambiguity of Bi-Nationalism”, Flash Art, May/June pp. 87-90.

1992
Drohojowska, Hunter, “L.A. Raw”, ARTnews, April, pp. 78-81.
Hughes, Robert, “Dada for the Valley Girl”, Time, April 20, pp. 90-91.
Kimmelman, Michael, The New York Times, March 22.
Knight, Christopher, The Los Angeles Times, January 28.
Plagens, Peter, “Welcome to Manson High”, Newsweek, March 2.
Relyea, Lane, “Art of the Living Dead in Helter Skelter” (exhibition catalog), Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art.
Rugoff, Ralph, “Apocalypse Noir”, LA Weekly, January 31-February 6.

1990
Andreoli-Woods, Lynn, Los Angeles READER, September.
Avalosl, Andy, Los Angeles Times, September 10.
Benavidez, Max, “Aesthetic Picardia Seven Artists in a Labyrinth of Meaning, in Aqui y Alla,” (exhibition catalog), Los Angeles: Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

 

ARTIST LECTURES/TALKS
1995
Santa Monica Museum of Art, Los Angeles

1996
Claremont College, Claremont, California

2000
Otis College of Art and Design Art, Los Angeles

2001
California State University, Northridge

 

TEACHING
1997-98
Visiting Professor, Sculpture, UCLA

 

HONORS/AWARDS
2015
Louis Comfort Tiffany Award

1999-2000
Getty Visiting Scholar

1996-1997
COLA: 1996-1997 Individual Artist Grants

 

MUSEUM COLLECTIONS
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles