By Molly Lambert – – Photo Not Credited.

Artist Judy Baca’s murals have defined the landscape of Los Angeles, California, since the 1970s, when she first installed her large-scale works in some of L.A.’s most public places. A lifelong Chicana activist, Baca, 73, grew up in Watts and Pacoima. Baca’s work is a profoundly feminist take on Mexican muralism, emphasizing accessibility to the working class.

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