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  • All fields: Los Angeles (Calif.)
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    • City in flames

    • Riots California; Fire; Smoke; Los Angeles (Calif.)
    • Composite image of Watts Riots (1965), Salazar or East Los angeles Riot (1972), Rodney King uprising (1992), an unidentified image form Siqueiros photographic archive, and a smoke cloud from the Los Angeles Fires (2003). The oldest image is at the...
    • Taken from county jail, 1863

    • Crowds; Horses; Buildings; Los Angeles (Calif.); Executions and executioners
    • In 1863, a mob of approximately 200 men broke into the county jail in Los Angeles, and grabbed Boston Daimwood (or Damewood) and his 3 cohorts, along with a young man named Wood, who was being held for stealing chickens. All 5 were lynched. In...
    • An Image Bank for Everday Revolution

    • Mountains; REDCAT (Art center); Skies in art; Fires; Los Angeles (Calif.)
    • This image was taken during the Los Angeles fires in 2003 and was incorporated into City in Flame , 2006. Presented as a part of the exhibition An Image Bank for Everyday Revolution at REDCAT, Los Angeles.
    • Untitled, parking structure

    • Trees; Forest canopies; Symmetry (Art); Mural painting and decoration
    • The underside of a tree canopy manipulated to look like a kaleidoscope image. This image is part of a proposed photographic mural for the parking structure, part of a public art project, now installed at the Los Angeles County Administrative...
    • Untitled, detail of parking structure

    • Trees; Forest canopies; Symmetry (Art); Mural painting and decoration
    • The underside of a tree canopy manipulated to look like a kaleidoscope image. This image is part of a proposed photographic mural for the parking structure, part of a public art project, now installed at the Los Angeles County Administrative...
    • Untitled, lobby proposal

    • Grasslands; Trees; Mountains; Lobbies (Rooms)
    • This image shows the proposed photographic mural for the lobby entrance, as part of a public art project, now installed at the Los Angeles County Administrative Building at 84th and Vermont in Los Angeles. The final image was produced on ceramic...
    • Found images and sculptures

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Drawing; Found objects (Art); Sculpture; Busts
    • Installation shot of found images in "Profiled" series at Las Cienegas Projects in Los Angeles. In this collection, Gonzales-Day looks to the depiction of race and the construction of whiteness as points of departure from which to consider the...
    • Las Cienegas center

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Busts; Sculpture; Drawing; Self-portraits; Physiognomy
    • Istallation shot of "Profiled" series at Las Cienegas Projects in Los Angeles. In this collection, Gonzales-Day looks to the depiction of race and the construction of whiteness as points of departure from which to consider the impact of...
    • Blackfoot Man and Faun Holding a Goat

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Sculpture
    • Photograph of untitled piece in "Profiled" series. Piece includes "Blackfoot Man" and Jacques-Francois-Joseph Saly's "Faun Holding a Goat." In this collection, Gonzales-Day looks to the depiction of race and the construction of whiteness as points...
    • Zoot suit riot

    • Zoot Suit Riots, Los Angeles, Calif., 1943; Crowds; Women
    • The project grew out of an invitation to work with an image from the photographic archive of the Mexican muralist David Siqueiros. The work was part of a group exhibition held at REDCAT (Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater) in 2006. This image was...
    • Four sculptures

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Sculpture
    • Photograph includes Pierre-Jean David d'Angers' "Bust of Ann Buchan Robinson," Joseph Nollkens' "Venus," Malvina Hoffman's "Japanese Woman" and "Eskimo Woman." In this collection, Gonzales-Day looks to the depiction of race and the construction of...
    • Found images and sculptures detail

    • Art Exhibitions; Photography; Found objects (Art); Sculpture; Busts
    • Installation shot of found images in "Profiled" series at Las Cienegas Projects in Los Angeles. In this collection, Gonzales-Day looks to the depiction of race and the construction of whiteness as points of departure from which to consider the...
    • Variation #4 side

    • Trees; Public art; Murals; Ceramics; Government buildings; Parking garages; Art Exhibitions
    • Photograph of permanent public art installation at Los Angeles County Administration Building, South Los Angeles. The project seeks to reintroduce the oak to the urban landscape — symbolically, if not literally. This public art project was...
    • Sculptures back view

    • Art exhibitions; Photography; Sculpture; Nude in art; Graffiti; Art - Mutilation, defacement, etc.
    • Photograph shows three statues from the posterior which have been variously defaced. In this collection, Gonzales-Day looks to the depiction of race and the construction of whiteness as points of departure from which to consider the impact of...
    • Variation #4 front

    • Trees; Public art; Murals; Ceramics; Government buildings; Parking garages; Photography
    • Photograph of permanent public art installation at Los Angeles County Administration Building, South Los Angeles. The project seeks to reintroduce the oak to the urban landscape — symbolically, if not literally. This public art project was...
    • Variation #3 side

    • Trees; Public art; Murals; Ceramics; Government buildings; Parking garages; Art Exhibitions; Photography
    • Photograph of permanent public art installation at Los Angeles County Administration Building, South Los Angeles. The project seeks to reintroduce the oak to the urban landscape — symbolically, if not literally. This public art project was...
    • Variation #3 front

    • Trees; Public art; Murals; Ceramics; Government buildings; Parking garages; Art Exhibitions; Photography
    • Photograph of permanent public art installation at Los Angeles County Administration Building, South Los Angeles. The project seeks to reintroduce the oak to the urban landscape — symbolically, if not literally. This public art project was...

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