Creator: Gamboa, Harry, Jr.×
  • ASCO
    Gamboa, Harry, Jr.
    1986
    In this essay, Harry Gamboa, Jr. profiles the Chicano artist collective, ASCO, to which he belonged. He highlights Walking Mural (1972) as the performance that first introduced the group to the Chicano community. He describes how ASCO followed this [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 821080

  • Gronk : off-the-wall artist
    Gamboa, Harry, Jr.
    1980
     Harry Gamboa, Jr. begins the interview with comments on the early performances, street theater, and multimedia conceptual works of Gronk from the 1960s and ‘70s. In the interview, Gamboa and Gronk both discuss the “No Movies,” an invented [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 795762

  • Gronk and Herron : muralists
    Gamboa, Harry, Jr.
    1976
    In this interview, Harry Gamboa, Jr. talks to muralists, Gronk and Willie Herrón. Gamboa’s introduction describes the collaborations of Gronk and Herrón that began in 1972: the two East Los Angeles muralists met that year and started [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 795784

  • Pistol Whippersnapper
    Vargas, George; Valdez, Patssi; Gamboa, Harry, Jr.
    1977
    This document is an example of a Xerox mail art by Harry Gamboa, Jr. and Patssi Valdez of the East Los Angeles-based Asco Collective. Titled Pistol Whippersnapper, the piece stems from a Chicano Cinema No Movie created by Gamboa in 1976 as part of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1123133

  • Those where the days (of the dead)
    Gamboa, Harry, Jr.
    2000
    In this essay, author and artist Harry Gamboa, Jr. presents a series of episodes recalling the public performances in Los Angeles of the collective, ASCO. The text also highlights memories of violence and suffering in the writer’s neighborhood from [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 809733

  • Urban exile (or, the Chicano Artist as a lie of omission)
    Gamboa, Harry, Jr.
    1984
    This article by Los Angeles artist Harry Gamboa, Jr. deals with the changing sense of Chicano identity, both individually and collectively, and how this is reflected in Chicano art. Gamboa challenges widely accepted, negative stereotypes of Chicanos [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 845361