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My Bibliography

BIBILOGRAPHY 

“PRINTING the REVOLUTION ” Edited by E. Carmon Ramos, Smithsonian American Art Museum (2020) Pp. 32, 77, 78, 160-161

“Murals of the Americas” Edited by Victoria I. Lyall, Article “Heritage and Place” Lucha A. Martinez-De Luna, Denver Art Museum (2019) Pp. 139-140, 143, 153, 155-156

“Mas alla de las palabras” Intermediate Spanish, by Olga Gallego, Concepcion B. Godev Pp. 95

“Our America, The Latino Presence in American Art” Smithsonian American Art Museum ( 2013) e. Carmen Ramos. Text and image pp. 52,216,-219,345, 

 “Triumph Of Our Communities; Four decades of Mexican American Art. Bilingual Press. Pp. 118

“Century Walk: Art Imitating History” By Jini Leeds Clare. Centuray Walk Corporation. (2010) Pp. 50-53.

“ The Art of Rini Templeton”Real Comet Press (1989) pp. 218-19

“Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation” Wright Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles. , 1965-1985, (1991) Text by Victor Sorell pp. 144,115,148,354

“Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art” Bilingual Press, Tempe, AZ, Volume II, pp.136-137, (2002)
Shifra M. Goldman, Tomas Ybarra Frausto. “Arte Chicano 1965-81 pp. 121,249,451,505 Chicano studies Library, University of CA, Berkeley (1985)

“Community Murals, the Peoples Art” by Alan Barnett. Text and photos pp. 26,69-70,308-309.

“Denver Confluence of the Arts”. Jeff Bradley, Jane Fudge. Published by Meridian International, Inc (1995) pp. images and text 1&2.

“In The Spirit of Martin” The Living Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. The companion publication to the Smithsonian Institution major traveling exhibition. Published by Tinwood Books (2002) Image pp. 116,117

“Raza Murals and Muralist” by Rupert Gracia (1974) Galeria de la Raza. Quotation by Emanuel Martinez pp.1

“Arte Latino” Treasures from the Smithsonian, Jonathan Yorba, Watson Gvptill Publications (2001) Text and image pp. 60-61

Malcolm Boyd, “My Fellow Americans” (1970) Published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Text pp. 102-105

“Towards A People’s Art” The Contemporary  Mural Movement by Eva Cockeroft and John Weber (1977). E.P. Dutton & Co. Inc. pp. 224

“La Raza” The Mexican-Americans by Stan Steiner, Harper and Row (1969) pp. 224

“Chicano Manifesto”, Armando Rendon.  The Macmillan Co. 1971 pp. 168

“Imagine” Vol. 3 1986, Chicano Art of the Southwest in the Eighties Shifra Goldman pp. 139-140

“Mexican-American/ American-Mexicans” Matt  Meier and Feliciano Ribera, Hill and Wang, publishers (1972) pp. 242

“The Coming of the Gringo” by Antonio Vigil, Vantage Press  (1970) pp. 143-144

“Returning the Platte to the People”, by Joe Shoemaker. (1981) pp. 6,16

In“Here is My Kingdom”. Hispanic-American Literature and Art for Young People. Chales Sullivan (1994) Harry Abrams Inc. pp.

“The Road to Aztlan”, art from a mythic homeland. Virginia Fields and Victor Zamudio-Taylor Los Angeles County Museum of art. Pp. 363

“Chicano Art: Inside, Outside the Masters House”. Alicia Gasparde Alba ( ?) pp. 50, 54, 76, 185, 250 on 47

“Aztlan”, An Anthology of Mexican-American Literature. Edited by Luis Valdez & Stan Steiner (1972) Random House. pp 349-353

“Culture y Cultura” Consequences of the U>S> Mexican War 1846-1848. Iris H. W. Engstrand, Richard Griswold del Castillo, Elena Poniatowska, Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Los Angeles, CA (1998) pp 129”

“The National Museum of American Art” Smithsonian Institution, Bulfinch Press (1995) pp 259

“Latino Art & Culture” From the series America, Past and Present. National Museum of American Art Smithsonian Institution (1996)

“Denver, Gateway to the Rockies” Robert Castellino (2001) Palace Press Int. pp 85,156

“The Murals of Colorado; Walls that Speak”, Mary Motian- Meadows and Georgia Garnsey. Johnson Books (2012) pp. 126, 127, 131, 132, 133, 242, 252, 253, 254, 257

“Emanuel Martinez; A Retrospective” Edited by Teddy Dewalt. Emanuel Publishing (1995)

 

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His work is lively, timeless, yet conveys a sense of serenity. He has been featured in over 300 newspaper/magazine articles and 30 published books, including a book written on his art career entitled: “Emanuel Martinez: A Retrospective”.

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The Emanuel Project positively impacts at-risk youth by providing inspirational and expressive experiences where youth participate in the construction and creation of Murals of Hope with Emanuel Martinez, a nationally renowned mural artist. Each Mural of Hope is placed in central locations of all participating organizations, providing a legacy of inspirational thoughts and ideas. This vision is accomplished with the help of institutions, community and university system support giving these youth hope for the future which will reduce recidivism, behavioral problems and increase success in the classroom.

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