Curriculum Vitae

Eduardo Carrillo 1937-1997

POSTHUMOUS RECOGNITION AND EXHIBITIONS
2009 Solo exhibition at Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, CA
2008 Solo exhibition National Steinbeck Center, Salinas, CA
2007 Intimate Landscape Exhibition, curated Frank Galuszka, Mary Porter Sesnon Gallery, UCSC and Christopher Grimes Gallery, Carmel, CA

“California in Conneticut,” Joanne and William Rees Collection, New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT Second Carrillo Prize in Painting Awarded

2006 Art of Engagement, Peter Selz

First Carrillo Prize in Painting Awarded

2005 Carrillo Prize in Painting Awarded with the San Jose Museum of Art

Launch of the Museo web site

2004 Establishment of the Eduardo Carrillo Scholarship, University of California, Santa Cruz
2002 Inception of Museo Eduardo Carrillo
2001 Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA#
1999 Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1997 “Paintings”, Eduardo Carrillo, Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco,CA

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SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1995 Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1992 Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1990 Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1988 L.A. Louver Gallery, Venice, CA

Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1986 Crocker Museum of Art, Sacramento, CA
1985 Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1982 Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1980 Open Ring Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1975 Open Ring Gallery, Sacramento, CA

California State University, Los Angeles, CA

Santa Cruz Public Library, CA

1972 Brand Art Library, Glendale, CA

Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA

1971 Cowell College, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA
1968 Sala de Bellas Artes, La Paz,B.C., Mexico
1965 La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
1963 Ceeje Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

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GROUP EXHIBITIONS

1993 “CARA- Chicano Resistance and Affirmation”, San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, Texas

“CARA- Chicano Resistance and Affirmation”, Bronx Museum, New York

“Landscape’, Skyline College, San Bruno, CA

1992 “Puertas de Luz”, Galeria Nueva, Los Angeles, CA

“CARA- Chicano Resistance and Affirmation”
Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ
National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C.

1991 “CARA- Chicano Resistance and Affirmation”
Denver Museum of Art, Denver, CO
Albuquerque, New Mexico
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, CA
“Four x Four”, Santa Cruz Art League, Santa Cruz, CA
1990 “CARA- Chicano Resistance and Affirmation”, Touring exhibition organized and exhibited by Wight Galleries, U.C. Los Angeles, CA

“Mabu Mines: The First 20 Years”, Grey Art Gallery, New York University, NY

“California A-Z and Return”, Included with works of Diebenkorn, Bischoff, Neri, Brown,etc., Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio

“Chas and Eddie Paint the Baja”, Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA

“The Human Figure”, with Joan Brown, S. Mc Donald Wright, Mel Ramos, 1990

Frank Lobdel and others, Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA “Seventh Heaven”, New Museum, New York, NY

“Living Memories”, Louden Nelson Center, Santa Cruz, CA

“Latin American Presence”, Center for the Arts, Vero Beach, Florida

1989 “Latin American Presence”, El Paso Museum of Art, TX

“Latin American Presence”, Instituto de Cultura, Puerto Riquena, San Juan, Puerto Rico

“Latin American Presence”, Touring exhibition, included are works by Rivera, Kahlo, Sisqueros, Tamayo, Jimenez, Neri, etc., San Diego Museum of Art, CA

“Mano a Mano”, Oakland Museum of Art, Great Hall, catalogue

“Manos de Atzlan”, 10th Annual Chicano Art Exhibition, Porter College House, U.C.S.C., CA

1988-
1989
“Lo Del Corazon: Heartbeat of a Culture”,
Allis Museum, Milwaukee, WI
Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
University Art Museum, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ“Mano a Mano”, 16 Mexican Artists and Latin American Painters, The
Modern Museum of Art, Santa Ana, CA
1988 Holiday Art Exhibition, Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA

“Mano a Mano”, abstract and configuration in Mexican American & Latin American painters from the San Francisco Bay Area, Santa Cruz Museum of Art, Santa Cruz, CA

“New Works”, Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Group Exhibit, Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino, CA

Group Exhibit, Santa Cruz Art League, Santa Cruz, CA

Group Exhibit, Redding Museum and Art Center, Redding, CA

1987 Holiday Art Exhibition, Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA

“New Works”, Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA “The Artist and The Myth”, Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, Monterey, CA

1986 “American European Painting and Sculpture”, Los Angeles Louver Gallery, Venice, CA

“Heartbeat of a Culture”, Mexican Museum of CA

“Watercolors”, Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

1985 “ Six Painters”, Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA 1985

“American/ European”, L.A. Louver Gallery, Venice, CA

“Drawings ‘85”, Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA

“New Works”, Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA

“Made in Aztlan-Chicano Art from the Southwest-15th Anniversary Exhibition”, Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego, CA

1984 “Ceeje Gallery Revisited”, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

“Creative Growth”, 7th Annual Art Auction, Oakland, CA

“Santa Cruz Artists”, Galleria Posada, Sacramento, CA

 

1983 “Dia de los Muertos”, Galleria Posada, Sacramento, CA

“Studio Faculty”, Eloise Pickard Smith Gallery, Cowell College, UCSC, CA

“California Currents,” LA Louver Gallery, Venice, CA

1982 “California Connections”, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, CA

“Five California Artists”, Los Angeles City College Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “Sacramento Artists”, Joseph Chowning Gallery, San Francisco, CA

“Self Portraits”, Rio Hondo College, Rio Hondo, CA “The Second Wave”, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

1981 “Califas, Chicano Art and Culture in California” Sesnon Gallery, UCSC, CA

“Corazon de Atzlan”, Oakes College, UCSC, CA

1980 “Ancient Roots/ New Visions”, Palacia de Mineria, Mexico D.F..

“Fuegos de Atzlan”, Oakes College, UCSC, CA

1979 “Ancient Roots/New Vision”, nationally organized exhibition,
Everson Museum of Art, New York
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
San Antonio Museum, TX“Father Hidalgo in Front of Church”, Plazita de Dolores, Pueblo De Los Angeles State Park, CA“Recuemos De Hoy”, Studio Obras, San Jose, CA“Visions from Atzlan”, Oakes College, UCSC, CA
1978 “Ancient Roots/New Vision”, nationally organized exhibition,
Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, CO
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery
University of Houston, Southwest Chicano Arts Center, TX“Bad Painting”, two paintings in national exhibition, New Museum, New School of Social Research, New York“Early Sixties at UCLA”, Fredrick S. Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, CA“Architectural and Historical Paintings and Drawings”,
East Los Angeles Gallery,Whittier, CA“Sacramento Art in Public Places”, project finalist, H.C.D.. Art Gallery, Office of State Architect, Sacramento, CA
1975 “Selected Works from 1960-1975”, Los Angeles Fine Arts Gallery, CSULA, CA

“Recent Work”, Open Ring Gallery, Sacramento, CA

1974 “Chicano Art”, Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, CA
1973 “Chicano Art,” University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
1972 Artists Contemporary Gallery Invitational, Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA

“Sacramento Sampler Show”, sponsored by the U.S. Information Agency, San Paulo, Brazil

Sacramento- Davis Artists, Oakland Museum, Oakland, CAGROUP EXHIBITIONS con’t Comtemporary Artists Gallery, Sacramento, CA

1971 Comtemporary Artists Gallery, Sacramento, CA

Galeria dela Raza Artistas del Valle, San Francisco, CA Chicano Artists from Sacramento, University of California, Davis, CA

1970 Faculty Art Exhibition, Sacramento State Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1968 Instituto National de Bellas Artes, Mexico City, Mexico Invitational
1967 “Four Painters,” California State University, Hayward
1966 “California ‘66,” Crocker Art Gallery, Sacramento, CA

“25 Years of San Diego Art,” La Jolla Museum, La Jolla, CA

All California Art Competition, San Diego Fine Arts Gallery, San Diego, CA

Prize Winner Inaugural Exhibition of Fine Arts Facilities, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA

“Painting- The Introspective Image,” Long Beach Museum, Long Beach, CA

Traveled to multiple US Museums “Polychrome Sculpture,” Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA

“Surrealism Today,” Los Angeles Art Association, Los Angeles, CA

“Sculpture and Collage,” Balboa Park, San Diego, CA

1965 Phelan Award Show, Los Angeles, CA

Figure Show, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA

“Annual,” Jewish Community Center, San Diego, CA First Prize

“New Art in Living Space,” Loma Riviera Gallery, San Diego, CA

Purchase Award “Painters of the University of California Extension,” La Jolla Museum, La Jolla, CA

“Annual,” Westwood Art Association, Los Angeles, CA

First Prize “Annual,” Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA

“Annual,” Long Beach Museum, Long Beach, CA

“Some Aspects of California Art,” La Jolla Museum, La Jolla, CA

Invitational “Polychrome Sculpture,” Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA Invitational

1964 “Pacific Art Classic Invitational,” Van Nuys, CA

“Six Painters of the Rear Guard,” Ceeje Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

“Annual Exhibition,” Whittier College, Whittier, CA

Prize Winner “Painted Sculpture ’64,” Mount Saint Mary’s College, Los Angeles, CA

Three Man Show, Rolf Nelson Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1963 “Concept of Man,” KPFK, Los Angeles, CA

“Painters of the Southwest,” Houston Museum, Houston, Texas

1962 Group Exhibitions, Ceeje’s Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

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MURALIST

1985 Finalist, Preliminary Design for Metro Rail Project Mural, RTD, Los Angeles, CA
1884 Finalist, Mural Design for Center, San Francisco Arts Commission, CA

Finalist, Mural Design for Exterior Wall of County Jail, Sacramento, CA

1978 Plazita De Dolores, 44’ x 8’ tile mural, City of Los Angeles, CA
1978 Finalist, California State Project, Sacramento, CA
1976 Palomar Arcade Mural, politec on masonry. Planning and execution of interior architectural painting measuring over 2500 sq. ft., Santa Cruz, CA
1970 June Collaboration on Mural in Chicano Library, Campbell Hal;l, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

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CURATOR

1982-1983 Third World Exhibit, ASCO Exhibit, Sesnon Gallery, UCSC, CA
1979-1981 “Califas”, Sesnon Gallery, UCSC, CA
Responsibilities- artist selection; correspondence; installation; publicity; publications interviews with artists and press; panel presentation, artist stipends

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HONORS, AWARDS AND GRANTS

1991 “Interior Views”, Santa Cruz Historical Trust Documentation and Presentation of the artist and studio. Betsy Miller and Cheryl Doering documentarians
1990 “The Human Figure in Painting”, Academic Senate Grant, UCSC Division of the Arts Grant, UCSCFinalist Adeline Kent Award, San Francisco Art Institute, CA
1989 Mexus Grant, for video “Shark Fishermen of San Francisquito”
1985 Division of the Arts Research Grant, UCSC

New York Art Commission Award for “Suenos”, set design, New York

1984 Mexus Grant, with Doyle Foreman, for Baja California Rock Art Painting
1983 Ethnic Studies Grant, Califas- Art and Culture in California, UCSC

Division of the Arts Research Grant, with Doyle Foreman, for Baja California Rock Art Painting, UCSC basis for K. Muscutt article in Rock Art Magazine

1982 NEH Grant to fund conference “Chicano Art and Culture in California”
1981 Chancellor Shinsheimer Matching Grant for “Califas” publication
1979 Commission of ceramic tile mural for Plazita De Dolores, Department of Public Works, Los Angeles, CA
1978 Finalist Award, Mural Competition, California State Office of State Architect National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Artist Award
1977 Malcolm X Endowment Fund Grant, Mural project for students at Oakes College, UCSC

Instructional Improvement Grant, UCSC

1975 Governor Brown’s Discretionary Fund Grant, Establishment of Academia de Arte, Watsonville, CA
1965 Phelan Award, Los Angeles, CA

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CREATIVE ACTIVITY DESIGNER

1990 “Living Memories”, Set and costume design with Phil Collins, Santa Cruz, CA
1988 “Suenos”, Set design with Boston Musica Viva and Mabou Mines

Northeastern University Tripley Theater, Manhattan, NY1987“The Bald Soprano” Eugene Ionesco. Set design. Directed by Juliette Carrillo UCSC, CA

1986 “Westside Story”, Set design and mural painting, UCSC, CA
1980 Quarry West #13, cover design for special edition, UCSC, CA

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VIDEO

1990 “Shark Fishermen of San Francisquito” Director Documentary Video
1987 “Mi Otra Yo: My Other Self” Field Director, produced for public television by Philip and Amy Brookman

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BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

1991 “Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation 1965-1985”

“Guide to Historical Monuments, Pueblo Park” City of Los Angeles, CA

1989 Illustration of short story, “The Circuit” by Francisco Jimenez. McDougal Littell Reading Literature. Also included work by Henri Matisse, Georgia O’Keeffe and Thomas Hart Benton
1988 “Murals of Los Angeles: The Big Picture”, photographs by Melba Lavick, commentary by Stanley Young. Published by Little Brown and Co. “The Latin American Spirit: Art and Artists in the United States 1920-1970”, Harry Abrams, NY
1986 Illustration for poems by William Rees, New Haven Press, CT

Referenced in “Art in the San Francisco Bay Area 1980” Thomas Albright University of California Press, CA “Arte Chicano”, annotated bibliography, Thomas Ybarra Frausto, Shifra Goldstein

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CATALOGUES

2006 “Art of Engagement-Visual Politics in California and Beyond” Peter Selz

San Jose Museum of Art, CA Katzen Arts Center, American University, Washington, DC

2002 “The Pilot Hill Collection”, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
1995 “Temporarily Possessed: The Semi-Permanent Collection” , The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York City, NY
1990 “California A-Z and Return”, Butler Institute of American Art, OH
1989 “Mano a Mano”, Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland , CA
1986 Monograph, Crocker Museum of Art, Sacramento, CA
1985 “Made in Atzlan- Chicano Art from the Southwest”, Centro Cultural De La Raza San Diego, CA
1984 “Ceeje Revisited”, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, CA
1978 “Bad Painting”, New Museum, ed. Marcia Tucker, New York

“The Early Sixties at UCLA”, Fredrick Wight Gallery, UCLA, CA

1975 “Selected Works From 1960-1975”, Los Angeles Fine Arts Gallery, CSULA, CA

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REVIEWS IN PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS AND PAPERS

1992 Artweek -November 19- Mark Van Proyen
1990 San Francisco Chronicle -March 17- Kenneth Baker

Artweek -February -“The Return of the Desert Fathers”, Esther Vecsey

Artweek -October -“Mentiritas”, Katherine Cook

Daily Californian -January- ”A World Away”, Esther Vecsey

1989 Daily Californian -March- ”Mano a Mano”, Esther Vecsey

Artweek -April- ”Mano a Mano”, Mark Van Proyen

1989 San Francisco Chronicle, -March- “Mano a Mano”, Kenneth Baker

Theater review, – February-,“Suenos”, Mel Gusson

1988 Los Angeles Times on Museum of Modern Art in New York -December- “Mano a Mano”, Cathy Curtis

L.A. Style- 3rd Anniversary Issue, Color Reproduction

La Jornada, – August-, Theater review, “Suenos”, Mexico City, MX

Boston Herald, -October-, Theater review, “Suenos at Northeastern University, Iris Fangen

1984 Los Angeles Times, – Review, William Wilson
1982 Artweek, -September-, Philip Brookman
1981 Arts in Santa Cruz- “Califas- Is Chicano Art Safe in Santa Cruz”

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SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Dr. Leon Banks, Los Angeles, CA

Tony Berlant, Santa Monica, CA

William and Teresa Bourke, Washington, WA

Alison Carrillo, Santa Cruz, CA

The Carrillo Family, Los Angeles, CA and Honolulu, HI

John and Jane Fitzgibbon, Pilot Hill, CA

Faith Flam, Los Angeles, CA

Joni and Monte Gordon, Los Angeles, CA

William and Joanne Rees, New Haven, CT

The Capitol Group, Los Angeles, CA

Crocker Museum, Sacramento, CA

De Langes, Mitchell and Linden, San Francisco, CA

Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA

Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey, CA

Mexican Museum, San Francisco, CA

The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY

Yale University, New Haven, CT

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