Judy Baca The Great Wall of Los Angeles Tote
Judy Baca began making The Great Wall of Los Angeles as a monument to the people of California, featuring moments from prehistoric times to the 1950s. She collaborated with 400 youth and community members to design and paint the mural on the walls of the L.A. River, telling history from the perspective of those erased from it.
This image was handpicked by Judy Baca and SPARC to accompany the exhibition Painting in the River of Angels: Judy Baca and The Great Wall at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
- Heavy weight, 9.4 oz
- Size: 16.5 x 16.5 Inches
- Fabricated and printed in Southern California for LACMA
Judy Baca (United States, b. 1946), Interpretive Green Bridge Flora and Fauna Design for the
Steel Cut Bridge Fence; detail from The Great Wall of Los Angeles, 1983, National Historic Site no. MP100001602, © 2023 Judith F. Baca, © 2023 SPARC Archives, all rights reserved SPARCinLA.org