Baca: Art, Collaboration & Mural Making
by Mario Ontiveros and Anna Indych-Laopez
Scholars from across America join forces to study Judith F. Baca and The Great Wall, analyzing the why of its inception and the how of its creation. Edited by Mario Ontiveros, BACA: Art, Collaboration & Mural Making shares how Judith F. Baca was inspired by the work of Los Tres Grandes -- Jos Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, and David Alfaro Siqueiros -- and led her team to paint the history of Southern California. The result: a mural that has been viewed by millions, a cultural landmark in Los Angeles. For everyone who treasures the mural as an expression of a community's concerns and as a document of a specific time in history, BACA: Art, Collaboration & Mural Making is a must-have work, a testament to the power of paint on a wall. With more than 200 images and a complete view of The Great Wall of Los Angeles as well as other important works by Judith F. Baca and other muralists, BACA: Art, Collaboration & Mural Making will be an important addition to every art lover's library.