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Avanna Lawson
John Leaños
José Ramón Lerma
Liz Lerma
 Carlos Loarca
Carmen Lomas-Garza
Alma Lopez
Yolanda Lopez
 Amanda Lopez
Monique Lopez
Leslie Lopez
Geraldine Lozano
 Linda Lucero
Gilbert "Magu" Lujan
Al Lujan
James Luna
  Participated in the Following Exhibitions Día de los Muertos: Recuerdos Electrónicos <1997>
Digital Mural Project: Alma Lopez <2000>
Atlas(t): A Mapping Expedition/Exhibition <2001>
SU ARTE HERE: Five Years of Galería’s Digital Mural Project <2005>
WEEDE PEEPO: Icons, Portraits y Gente <2005>
Trazos: Myth and Memory <2005>
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Alma Lopez

Alma Lopez is a Los Angeles based visual and public artist. She is internationally recognized for her innovative digital images which recontextualize cultural icons, bringing issues of race, gender and sexuality into relationship with transnationalist myths. She has produced murals and digital murals in collaboration with artists and community members of California, Nevada, Texas, and Wisconsin. She holds a BA from the University of California Santa Barbara and a MFA from the University of California Irvine. She was awarded a 1997 Design Excellence in Public Art from the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department for the digital mural project in Estrada Courts, a 1997-99 California Arts Council residency grant, a 1998 COLA (City of Los Angeles) Individual Artist Grant, a 1998 Brody Fellowship for Visual Artists, and the 1999 Siqueiros-Pollock Frontera-Ford IV Binational Visual Art Award. She is director and cofounder of Homegirl Productions, a public and visual art collaborative which focuses on the chiasmus of African American and Chicana/o experiences; co-founding member of L.A. Coyotas, a Chicana artist collective collaborating across the visual, literary and performance arts; and co-founding member of Tongues, a Brown & Black Queer webzine. Her work has been exhibited extensively as well as being featured in publications such Art in America, Flash Art International, and Ms. Magazine.