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Exhibitions, publications, videos, and films

Exhibitions

Goodwill: Its Founding and History in Southern California, Museum of Social Justice, Los Angeles, September 2016–March 2017 

Breaking the Color Line and Beyond: African Americans in Sports and Entertainment, El Tranquilo Gallery, El Pueblo de Los Ángeles Historical Monument, February–March 2016 

Exposed: Black History L.A and Loren Miller, Digital Exhibitions, Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, Curated by Lucy Hernández and Keith Rice, February 2016, http://scalar.usc.edu/works/exposed-black-history-la/ 

A King Visits Los Angeles, Digital Exhibition, Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, Curated by Dr. Karin Stanford, February 2016, http://scalar.usc.edu/works/a-king-visits-la/  

Hallowed Grounds: Black Art, Social Justice and Fashion Exhibit, Oviatt Library, CSUN, February–April 2016 

African American Civil Rights Movement L.A, Museum of Social Justice, Los Angeles, September 2015–September 2016  

Exodus, Photographs by Julián Cardona, Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties, Riverside Community College District, Riverside, October 2015 

Exodus, Photographs by Julián Cardona, Museum of Social Justice, Los Angeles, October 2014 

And They Walked, Curated by Carlos Guerrero, Art Gallery, Skyline College, San Bruno, April 2013 

The New Americans, Images by Julián Cardona, Manzanita Hall, CSUN, Spring 2012

Images from Identity and Affirmation: African American Post War Photography, Sixth Annual Leimert Park Book Fair, Pullman Center, June 30, 2012

Identity and Affirmation: African American Post War Photography, presented in conjunction with the Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A., 1945–1980, at the University Galleries, CSUN, Northridge, 2011, and at the John Spoor Broome Library Gallery, California State University, Channel Islands, 2012 

La Lucha en los Campos (Struggle in the Fields), John Spoor Broome Library Gallery, California State University, 2010 

Camera and Community: Selections from the Institute for Arts & Media, the University Galleries, CSUN, 2008, and at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles, 2011 

The Power of One, Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, 2003 

An American Hero: César E. Chávez, Latino Museum of History, Art and Culture, Los Angeles, 2000 

Howard Morehead, A Life in Photography, BackStreet Gallery and Artist’s Repository, West Los Angeles, 2000 

Berlin Mein Stadt, L.A. My City, Academy of Art, Berlin, Germany, 1999 

The Legends of Jazz, Photographs by Bob Douglas, Watts Labor Community Action Center, Los Angeles, 1998 

Harry Adams: Camera and Community, California African American Museum, Los Angeles, 1997

El Motín de Los Ángeles, Photo exhibit during the arts festival la Semana Negra, Gijón, Spain, 1993 

Camera and Community: A Celebration by Guy R. Crowder, the University Art Galleries, CSUN, Northridge, 1993

  

Exhibitions that include some images from the collection

Traditions of the Pueblo: The Multicultural Holidays of Los Angeles, El Tranquilo Gallery, El Pueblo de Los Ángeles Historical Monument, 2016

Viva Cesar, Viva Kennedy, The Kennedy Center, October 2016

History Keepers: Traversing Los Angeles, El Tranquilo Gallery, El Pueblo de Los Ángeles Historical Monument, 2016

Black Music, Black Work, Vision Theater, Los Angeles, 2016

Loren Miller, Northridge Academy High School, Northridge, 2016

History Keepers: Storied objects from Los Angeles Collections,” Pico House, Los Angeles, 2015

Remember Them, Victoria Gallery & Museum, Liverpool, UK, 2013

King in California II, California African American Museum, Los Angeles, 2012

Standing with the King, California African American Museum, Los Angeles, 2011

MLK in California, California African American Museum, Los Angeles, 2008

Cross Roads, California African American Museum, Los Angeles, 2007

Century of Art in Los Angeles, The Huntington Museum, San Marino, CA, 2007

Millennium Exhibition (including catalog), Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, 2000

Cesar Chavez: An American Hero, The Latino Museum of History Art and Culture, Los Angeles, 2000

Black Photographers of California, The Black Gallery, Los Angeles, 1998 

Life in a Day of Black LA: The Way We See It, California African American Museum, Los Angeles, 1993

 

Images from the collection have been featured in the following publications, videos, and films

Angels Walk L.A., Crenshaw Area Angels Walk Stanchions, 2017 (forthcoming),
http://www.angelswalkla.org/walks_future.html

L.A. Noir “Sins of the City, edited by Jim Heimann, 2017 (forthcoming)

Burn, Mother*ucker Burn, documentary directed by Sacha Jenkins. Showtime, 2017
http://www.sho.com/titles/3445958/burn-motherf-cker-burn 

Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race, documentary directed by Lynn Goldfarb and Alison Sotomayor, 2016, http://www.mayortombradley.com

Identity and Affirmation:  African American Post War Photography (catalog in support of the Center’s exhibition as part of the Getty-sponsored Pacific Standard Time city-wide exhibition, October 2011–February 2012); 112 pp.; publication date: 2011

Camera and Community: Photographs from the Collection of the Institute for Arts & Media (catalog in support of exhibition at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles, January 6–June 5, 2011, and at CSUN campus, March 10–April 12, 2008); 91 pp.; publication date: 2008

Images of America: African Americans in Los Angeles, by Dr. Karin L. Stanford and the Institute for Arts & Media, CSUN; 127 pp.; publication date: 2010 

Harry Adams: Camera & Community (catalog in support of exhibition at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles, March–May 1997); 18 pp.; publication date: 1997

Camera and Community: A Celebration by Guy R. Crowder (catalog in support of exhibition at CSUN campus, February–March 1993); 21 pp.; publication date: 1993