Academic journal article Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy

"Alien Inspector"

Academic journal article Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy

"Alien Inspector"

Article excerpt

A native of Phoenix, Arizona, Annie Lopez is influenced by the culture of the Southwestern United States. Her artwork is mostly self-taught and reflects family and personal experiences. Since 1983, her work has been shown across the country in many prestigious exhibits including "Locals Only: 602/480/623" at the Phoenix Art Museum, "American Voices: Latino Photographers in the US." at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, and "The Show" at the Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Lopez has received a National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) Fund for the Arts Artist Grant; a Mid-Career Award from the Contemporary Forum of the Phoenix Art Museum; a Purchase Award from the Tucson Museum of Art; an Artist Materials Grant Award from the Phoenix Art Museum's Contemporary Forum; a project grant from New Forms Regional Grants Program (NFRIG) based in Texas; a fellowship grant from the Art Matters Foundation, New York; and a fellowship grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts. Her work is in the collections of the Phoenix Art Museum; McDonald's Corporation; National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico; Planned Parenthood; City of Phoenix, Arizona; City of Glendale, Arizona; Phoenix Children's Hospital; Arizona State University; the Tucson Museum of Art; and the Diane and Bruce Halle Collection of Latin American Art. …

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