Olson Visual worked on Laura Aguilar exhibition at the Vincent Price Art Museum

Olson Visual worked on the Pacific Standard Time LA/LA’s Laura Aguilara exhibition at The Vincent Price Museum. The retrospective included around one hundred and thirty works of art, primarily black and white photos. Some were self portraits while other’s included a dialogue of a surrounding community. Aguilar’s work was defiant and represented a different perspective of the female body. Her works was a way of self-acceptance in a site-specific landscape. This created a dialogue and sociological conversation. The work echoed the very nature of the PST LA/LA theme. The artist herself, talked about her work with a biographical approach explaining, “My father told me if asked say your ‘Mexican American’ My mother told me what ever you do in life, all people will see is the color of your skin. I spent 20 years feeling ashamed, but that was then.” Aguilar’s photographs also included a series titled, Latina Lesbian portraits.… read more →