Yolanda López (1942–2021) was born in San Diego and became one of the most important Chicana artists and activists of her generation. Her formation can be traced to her student activism as an undergraduate at San Francisco State University in the 1960s and her ongoing role as a cultural worker within the Chicano civil rights movement. She was a founding member of Los Siete de la Raza, a Black Panther-backed movement that galvanized San Francisco’s Latino/a/x community and produced works of protest art. She later played a significant role in the San Francisco Bay Area working as the educational director for the Mission District Cultural Center and as an instructor at the University of California, Berkeley, Mills College, the California College of the Arts, and other Bay Area colleges. López received the National Women’s Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008, and a Latinx Artist Fellowship from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in 2021. Yolanda López: Portrait of the Artist is her first solo museum exhibition.

Mural by Jessica Sabogal (Captured by Collectible-Prints in San Francisco, USA)


Jessica Sabogal

United States • 1987 | Born in San Francisco, California, lives and works California

Jessica Sabogal is a cuir Colombian – American muralistx and printmaker from San Francisco whose large-scale public artworks attempt to document and disrupt. She births her creations from the following framework:

As artists, it is our duty to uplift the sacredness of women, people of color, the differently abled, queer and trans folks, immigrants and the undocumented, and our indigenous siblings, whom continue to face ongoing oppression and marginalization. I believe in the right to our own liberation, unbounded by man-made borders, white supremacy, and misogyny.

For the past 10 years, Sabogal has consistently reinvented what it means to be a muralistx in a male-dominated medium. She has continuously pushed the boundaries as an artist by utilizing her medium for social change, action and empowerment. Her murals have been commissioned by Facebook, Google, 20th Century Fox, the University of Southern California, the University of California, The University of Arizona, and The University of Utah among many others. Sabogal’s work has been featured in national and international news and media sources including CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, and the New York Times.

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