Barbara Carrasco is a Chicana artist and activist from Los Angeles, California. Her work critiques cultural stereotypes involving
socioeconomics, race, gender and sexuality. Although Carrasco's works are mostly large scale, she is as equally comfortable
as an artist in creating small-scale works.
Barbara Carrasco, born 1955, is a muralist and painter based in Los Angeles California. Her work focuses on social commentary
and has been important in the development of Chicano art, and U.S. political and public art. She has created many works that
have been exhibited internationally.
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