Rupert García

O'Conner, Francis V. "The Influence of Diego Rivera on the Art of the United States During the 1930s and After." Diego Rivera: A Retrospective, Detroit and New York, Detroit Institute of Arts and W.W. Norton, 1986.

Tarshis, Jerome. "Review of Exhibitions: San Francisco–Rupert García at Harcourts." Arts in America, February 1986.

Albright, Thomas. Art in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1945-1980, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1985.

Baker, Kenneth. "Garcia Pastels Treat Art as Ammo." San Francisco Chronicle, 12 September 1985.

Berlin, Mark. "Softly Revolutionary Rupert." The Berkeley Voice, 3 April 1985.

Burkhart, Dorothy. "Critics Choice." Arts and Books (supplement of San Jose Mercury News), 15 September 1985.

Burnson, Patrick. "Rupert Garcia in Major Show." People's World, 21 September 1985.

Goldman, Shifra M. and Tomás Ybarra-Frausto. Arte Chicano: A Comprehensive Annotated Bibliography of Chicano Art, 1965-1981. Chicano Studies Library Publication Series, no. 11, Berkeley, University of California, 1985.

Hopkins, Henry T. Rupert Garcia (foreword). San Francisco, Harcourts Gallery, 1985.

Marks, Laurie. "Profiles: Rupert Garcia." Metier, Spring 1985.

Marvel, Bob. "Rupert Garcia: Personalized Politics." La Voz, June/July 1985.

Selz, Peter. Rupert Garcia, San Francisco, Harcourts Galllery, 1985.

Albright, Thomas. "Letting the Art Fit the Crime." Review (supplement of the San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle), 18 March 1984.

Barnett, Alan W. Community Murals, The Art Alliance Press, Philadelphia, 1984.

Berlin, Mark. "Portraits and Politics: Garcia at the UAM Matrix." The Berkeley Voice, 12 December 1984.

Burkhart, Dorothy. "Protest Art from Garcia." San Jose Mercury News, 14 December 1984.

"Violence Colors Artworks: Crime and Punishment Attacks Urban Epidemic." San Jose Mercury News, 9 March 1984.

Goldman, Shifra M. " A Public Voice: Fifteen Years of Chicano Posters." Art Journal, Spring 1984.

Hopkins, Henry T. The Human Condition: SFM/MA Biennial III (introduction), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, 1984.

Lewallen Constance. "Powerful Pastels." University Art Museum Berkeley Calendar, December 1984.

Rupert Garcia: Matrix/Berkeley 79, University Art Museum, Berkeley, 1984.

Martini, Chris. "California Letter: Crime and Punishment in Silicon Valley." Studio International, 1984: Vol. 197, No. 1005.

Obenland, Kathleen. "Visiting Professor Makes Statements in Art." Daily Evergreen, 21 February 1984.

Orr-Cahall, Christina, ed. The Art of California: Selected Works from the Collection of the Oakland Museum. The Oakland Museum Art Department and Chronicle Books, Oakland and San Francisco, 1984.

Roder, Sylvia. "No Easy Way to Catharsis." ArtWeek, 24 March 1984.

Van Proyen, Mark. "Metaphor and Ideology." ArtWeek, 22 December 1984.

Albright, Thomas. "Rupert Garcia: Radical Political Portraits." San Francisco Chronicle, 28 April 1983.

"The Sunny Outlook of Rufino Tamayo." San Francisco Chronicle, 23 June 1983.

Ernst, Margo. "Mexican Artist Subject of Local Man's Book." The Stockton Record, 23 October 1983.

Pflaum, David. "Political Portraiture: Rupert Garcia's Posters and Pastels." Daily California, 29 April 1983.

Shere, Charles. "Gallery Roundup." The Tribune, 13 May 1983.

E.B. "Die Strabe als Galerie: Plakatkunst der Chicanos aur Zeit im Kulturtreff in der Helmstrabe." Erlangen Tablatt, 20-21 May 1982.

Goldman, Shifra M. "Califas en Santa Cruz." (part one) La Communidad (Sunday supplement of La Opinion), 31 January 1982.

"Califas en Santa Cruz." (part two) La Communidad, 2 February 1982.

Prior, Katherine. "Califas." Latino, April 1982.

Pwyplat, Lisa. "Plakatkunst der Chicanos." Tendenzen, September 1982.

Alacron, Francisco X., Juan F. Herrera, and Victor Martinez."Portraits Plus Struggles Plus Consciousness: Nine Pastels by Rubert Garcia." Metamorfosis, 1980-81: Vol. 3, No. 2; Vol. 4, No. 1.

Albright, Thomas. "Anonymous Martyrs and Geometric Lobby Decor." San Francisco Chronicle, 26 January 1981.

Atkins, Robert. "Mexican Geometrics and Political Portraits." The San Francisco Bay Guardian, 4-11 February 1981.

Burkhart, Dorothy. "Chicano Pride and Anger Mix at 'Califas'." San Jose Mercury News, 12 April 1981.

de Lappe, Pele. "From Pen to U.N.: Saga of Rupert Garcia's Poster." People's World, 11 July 1981.

Goldman, Shifra M. "Chicano Art–Looking Backward." Artweek, 20 June 1981.

Siquenza, Herbert. "Local Artists Exhibit Their Works." El Teolote, February 1981.

Gordon, Allen M. "A Mosaic of Cultures." ArtWeek, 2 February 1980.

Charlot, Jean. "Posada and His Successors." Posada's Mexico, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C, 1979.

Albright, Thomas. "The Force of Universals." ArtNews, Spring 1978.

Atkins, Robert. "Revolt on Canvas." Berkeley Barb, 14 March 1978.

Cancio, Maria I. "Artist Advocates Social Change." Deadline, July 1978.

Catlett, Elizabeth."Rupert Garcia." Rupert Garcia: Pastel Drawings, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, 1978.

Frankenstein Alfred. "When Politics and Art Do Mix." San Francisco Chronicle, 15 March 1978.

Martinez, Sue. "Museum Exhibits Garcia Drawings." El Teolote, April 1978.

Orth, Maureen. "The Soaring Spirit of Chicano Arts." New West, 11 September 1978.

Frankenstein, Alfred. "A Long-Range View of Latino Art." San Francisco Chronicle, 21 October 1977.

"Poster Art Reflects Ideology." San Francisco Journal, 21 December 1977.

Rama, Angel. "El Arte de los Chicanos." El Nacional (Caracas, Venezuela), 8 March 1977.

Albright, Thomas. "San Francisco." ArtNews, November 1976.

Dunham, Judith L. "Art of Many Sources." ArtWeek, 16 October 1976.

Gonzalez, Lila. "Ideas on a Third World Art Exhibit." Odalisque, 14 October-13 November, 1976.

Albright, Thomas. "At the Galleries." San Francisco Chronicle, 27 May 1975.

Arnold, Frank. "Posters and Society." People's World, 11 January 1975.

Franco, Jean. Juan Fuentes y Rupert Garcia: Posters-Drawings-Prints, Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, 1975.

Luchetti, Kathy. "Four Artists and How They Make a Living." San Francisco Bay Guardian, 3 October 1975.

Monteverde, Mildred. Chicano Graficos: California, Southern Colorado State College, Pueblo, CO, 1975.

Albright, Thomas. "An Art Show That Began with a Toilet." San Francisco Chronicle, 21 December 1974.

Albright, Thomas. "A Print Show–Tiny, but Solid." San Francisco Chronicle, 19 December 1973.

Ojeda, Jay. "Galeria de la Raza–Art for the Community." San Francisco Progress, 24 March 1972.

Monteverde, Mildred. "Contemporary Chicano Art." Aztlan, Fall 1971.

Albright, Thomas. "A Wide Range in Latin Art." San Francisco Chronicle, 12 September 1970.

"Artes de la Raza." ArtWeek, 5 September 1970.

Clark, Jeff. "Student Art–'to be seen'." The Daily Gater, November 1969.

Ugarte, Abdon. "Poster de E. Zapata para el Publico." La Presna, July 1969.

By the Artist

"Arte Mural del Movimiento Chicano," in A Traves de la Frontera (translated by CEESTEM). Centro des Estudios Econimicos y Sociales de Tercer Mundo, Mexico, 1983.

"Chicano-Latino Wall Art: The Mural and the Poster," in The Hispanic American Aesthetic: Origins, Manifestations and Significance, edited by Jacinto Quirarte. Research Center for the Arts and Humanities, University of Texas, Austin, TX, 1983.

Frida Kahlo: A Bibliography and Bibliographical Introduction, Chicano Studies Library Publication Series, University of California, Berkeley, 1983: No. 7.

Indroduction to La Raza Silkscreen Center: Images of a Community, Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, 1979.

"Murals recientes de 'La Raza' en estados unidos." (coauthored by Tim Drescher, translated by Rosamaria Nunez), Plural, 1979: Vol. 8, No. 96.

"The Mexican Movie Poster: Art, Myth, Illusion, Deception," in Poster from the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema, Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, 1979.

"Community Art: Murals," in Community Arts: Murals, Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, 1978.

"Pulqueria Art: Defiant Art of the Barrio, part two." El Tecolote, 1978: Vol. 8, No. 5.

"Recent Raza Murals in the U.S." (coauthored by Tim Drescher) Radical America, April/May 1978.

"The Politics of Popular Art." Chismearte, 1978: Vol. 2, No. 1.

"Chicano Poster Art," in Prelude to the Fifth Sun/Traditional Chicano and Latino Art, University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, 1977.

"Pulqueria Art: Defiant Art of the Barrio." El Tecolote, 1977: Vol. 8, No. 4.

"Snapshots of Aparicio." SFA Eye, 1977: Vol. 6, No. 1.

Introduction to Laminas de la Raza, San Francisco, 1976.

"Mexican Muralists and the School of Paris." Left Curve/Art and Revolution, Fall 1976.

"Realismo Chicano," in Juan Fuentes: Realismo Chicano, Chicano Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1976.

"Sources," in Other Sources: An American Essay, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, 1976.

"The State of Art in California: Breaking with Old Ideas." The Arts Biweekly, 15 December 1976: No. 39.

"Gilberto Ramirez Muralista Mexicano: hable sobre los murales y los muralistas en los e.u.." El Tecolote, 1975: Vol. 4, No. 2.

"Alfaro Siqueiros." El Tecolote, 1974: Vol. 4, No. 3.

"Mission Muralist Off to Mexico." El Tecolote, 1974: Vol. 5, No. 2.

"The Muralist Is Not for the Bankers. It's for the People." El Tecolote, 1974: Vol. 4, No. 6.

Raza Murals and Muralists: An Historical Perspective, Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, 1974.

"An Historical Look at Raza Murals and Muralists." El Tecolote, 1972: Vol. 2, No. 14.