Silkscreen, 23" x 17" - 1985
Montoya's high level of publication demonstrates the diversity in his work. Because his art crosses so many disciplines (i.e. Social Sciences, American Studies, Cultural Studies, History, Law, etc.) it is well in demand for inclusion in a myriad of publications. Unlike many artists whose works are produced on a more personal level, the impact he achieves with his images is far-reaching and global in nature. His aesthetic is forged by his collective soul.
- 2011 Malaquias Montoya: A Ver Revisioning Art History book series, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, University of Minnesota Press, Spring 2011
- 2009 Chicana and Chicano Art, ProtestArte, by Carlos Francisco Jackson, The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ, pp. 65-66, 77, 98Ń99, 101, 129, 143-144, 189-192, reproduction of original artwork & ref.
- 2008 Unequal Sisters, An Inclusive Reader in U.S. Women's History, edited by Vicki L. Ruiz with Ellen Carol DuBois, Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, NY & London, reproduction of original artwork/Cover.
- 2008 Globalization & War - The Aftermath, works by Malaquias Montoya, Institute for Latino Studies, University of Notre Dame & Salkowitz/Montoya Publishers, Notre Dame, IN & Elmira, CA
- 2007 Youth, Identity, Power, The Chicano Movement, by Carlos Muñoz, Jr., Verso/New Left Books, color reproduction of original artwork/Cover.
- 2007 Visions of Peace & Justice, San Francisco Bay Area: 1974-2007, Over 30 years of Political Posters from the archives of Inkworks Press, Oakland, CA
- 2006/7 The African Presence in Mexico: From Yanga to the Present, The Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, Chicago, IL, reproduction of original art.
- 2006 The 181st Annual invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, Exhibition Catalogue, National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts, NY, NY, reproduction of original artwork and essay p. 90.
- 2006 Latin American Posters; Public Aesthetics and Mass Politics, Exhibition Catalogue, Edited by Russ Davidson, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico, reproduction of original artwork, pp. 54, 58, 59, 90; on being artists, 57; on Chicanos, 63; profile of, 57-60; study by, 55.
- 2006 Caras Vemos Corazones no Sabemos, The Human Landscape of Mexican Migraiton, Amelia Malagamba-Ansotegui, The Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, Cover Art, & multiple reproductions of original art.
- 2005 Triumph of our Communities: Four Decades of Chicana/o Art, by Keller & Phillips, Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilinge, Arizona State University, Tempe Arizona, The Mastery of a Maestro, 4 page fold out, color reproductions of original artwork: pp. 24-27
- 2005 The Art of Engagement: Visual Politics in California and Beyond, by Peter Selz, University of California Press, 2 color reproductions of original artwork
- 2005 Brown-Eyed Children, by Jorge Mariscal, University of New Mexico Press, NM, Cover & 2 color reproductions of original artwork
- 2004 PreMeditated: Meditations on Capital Punishment, Recent Works by Malaquias Montoya, Institute for Latino Studies, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
- 2004 Chicano Art for Our Millennium: Collected Works from the Arizona State University Community, by Keller, Erickson, Villeneuve, Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilinge, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, color reproductions of original artwork, pp. 45,46,60 & 61
- 2002 Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art, Artists, Works, Culture, and Education by Keller, Erickson, Johnson, & Alvarado; Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilinge, Cover Design Vol. I: pp. 26, 229; II: 154-55, 195
- 2001 American Studies in a Moment of Danger by George Lipsitz, University of Minnesota Press; Cover Design
- 2001 Just Another Poster? Chicano Graphic Arts in California, University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, pp. 50, 177, 180, 186
- 2001 Arte y minoras en los Estados Unidos: el ejemplo chicano by José Luis de la Nuez Santana, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Press, Spain, Cover Art
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