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From the beginning for the San José Museum of Art in 1974 to the present for Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino, Jesús Garza has been asked to talk about his photographs, participate on panels, teach workshops and university classes.

Jesús Garza's photographs are collected by individuals, corpo… Read More
From the beginning for the San José Museum of Art in 1974 to the present for Friends of the National Museum of the American Latino, Jesús Garza has been asked to talk about his photographs, participate on panels, teach workshops and university classes.

Jesús Garza's photographs are collected by individuals, corporations, universities and museums - including the prestigious Smithsonian Institution. Garza has exhibited and lectured about his photos from coast to coast. Venues range from the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington D. C., San Bernardino Valley College, University of California at Berkeley, University of Redlands, Saint Mary's College of Maryland, University of North Texas, San Bernardino County Museum and San José State University.

The photographer is expanding and now exhibits internationally. In 2013 at Mexico City's El Museo Universitario Arte Conemporáneo (MUAC) de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and in 2014 in Bordeaux, France at the Musée d'Aquitaine. Read Less
A new series exploring issues of isolation, abandonment and loss in and around Wichita Falls, Texas.
Quick portraits of members of the National Association for Chicana and Chicanio Studies.
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