About the Artist
Celia Alvarez Munoz is a conceptual multi-media Texas artist known for her diverse works including, Artist's Books, Photography, Installation, and Public Art.
She is a recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Awards in Photography and New Genres; CAA Committee on Women in the Arts Recognition Award; Honors Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Arts by Women's Caucus for Art; The Outstanding Centennial Alumnus by University of North Texas College of Arts and Sciences; and many others. Her work has been nationally and internationally exhibited, and included in the Whitney Museum of American Art 1991 Biennial. Her work is in numerous private and public special collections of major museums, universities and corporations. The book, Celia Alvarez Munoz, by writer/poet Roberto Tejada is available via Amazon books. Latest cataloged exhibition, "Radical Women: Latin American Art 1960-1985," International tour, 2015-2018. Books; Art and Politics Now;Cultural Activism, by Susan Noyes Platt, 2011 Shooting from the Wild Side: A study of Chicana Art Photographers, by Asta M. Kuusinen, 20006 . Art of the Found Object: Texas Artists by Robert James Craig, Texas A&M University Press 2017. Icons and Symbols of the Borderlands, by Diana Molina of Juntos Art 2020. Obras, Art League Houston Cattywampus Press, for Lifetime Achievement Award 2020.