Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Movement
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Art: Carolyn Castaño at LACMA and SB London

Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Movement
“Self Portrait, 2006,” is one of four large-scale creations by Carolyn Castaño featured in the new art exhibition at LACMA, “Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Movement.” Castaño describes her body of work as containing elements of feminist, pop and Latino art. She also will unveil a series of video works in a solo show at SB London in Silver Lake beginning Saturday. (Axel Koester / For The Times)
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“Yandara,” part of “Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Movement” at LACMA. (Axel Koester / For The Times)
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“Kate-Flores y Racer Stripes, 2007" at LACMA. (Axel Koester / For The Times)
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A still from Castaño’s video “Vanitas” at SB London in Silver Lake. (Carolyn Castaño / SB LONDON)
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A silkscreen painting entitled “Vanitas (Beauty I), " inspired by Castaño’s video “Vanitas.” (Carolyn Castaño / SB LONDON)
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A frame grab from Castaño’s video “Mirror Lake.” (Carolyn Castaño / SB LONDON)
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An image from Castaño’s video “Fragrant Afternoon.” (Carolyn Castaño / SB LONDON)
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A painting entitled “Fragrant Afternoon (Swoon),” inspired by Castaño’s video “Fragrant Afternoon.” (Carolyn Castaño / SB LONDON)
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A painting entitled “Fragrant Afternoon (Graphic Novella),” inspired by her video “Fragrant Afternoon.” (Carolyn Castaño / S B LONDON)
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