Luis C. Garza (1943-) is a photographer and independent curator living in Los Angeles, CA. He served on the Board of Directors
of Plaza de la Raza, worked in a leadership role at Legacy and Legend Producations, and served as a project consultant at
the Getty Conservation Institute during the conservation of David Alfaro Siqueiros' "America Tropical" mural. Plaza de la
Raza is a nonprofit, community-based, cultural arts and education center located in East Los Angeles' Lincoln Park. Legacy
and Legend Productions is a company whose work includes museum exhibitions, speaker events, and public discussions – most
notably related to the works of David Alfaro Siqueiros. The collection contains records collected by Garza during his tenure
at Plaza de la Raza, Legacy and Legend Productions, and The Getty Conservation Institute.
Luis Garza is a photographer and independent curator living in Los Angeles. He served on the Board of Directors of Plaza de
la Raza in the 1980s and early 1990s, worked in a leadership position for Legacy and Legend Productions, and served as a project
consultant for the Getty Conservation Institute.
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