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About Face: Portraiture as Subject, a Unique Exhibition Organized by The...

AUSTIN, TX.- About Face: Portraiture as Subject, a unique exhibition organized by The Blanton, features 40 portraits in diverse mediums from antiquity to today. Drawn mostly from The Blanton’s notable collection, along with several choice loaned o...

Short Film Celebrates 75th Anniversary of Mural Painting Made by Diego...

MEXICO CITY.- To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the mural painting created by Mexican artist Diego Rivera, the short film 200 Segundos. Una Vision de la Historia de Mexico (200 Seconds: a vision of Mexican history) was projected at the National Muse...

Autry National Center Presents Siqueiros in LA: Censorship Defied

LOS ANGELES, CA- The Autry National Center sheds new light on one of the world’s most influential artistic developments of the 20th century—and bring attention to a critical but little-known moment in the growth of the Los Angeles cultural sc...

Autry National Center Presents Siqueiros in Los Angeles: Censorship Defied

LOS ANGELES, CA- The Autry National Center sheds new light on one of the world’s most influential artistic developments of the 20th century—and bring attention to a critical but little-known moment in the growth of the Los Angeles cultural sc...

Diego Rivera Created the Mexican Revolution Plastic Myth

MEXICO CITY.- Diego Rivera was the creator of the Mexican Revolution plastic myth, parting from adaptation of some biblical scenes already painted during Italian Renaissance declared historian Salvador Rueda Smithers, remarking this was the way the art...

Retrospective of Photographer Tina Modotti at Kunst Haus Wien

VIENNA.- The photographer Tina Modotti, who was born in 1896 in Udine, Italy and died in 1942 in Mexico, was one of the most fascinating women of the 20th century. She became famous as a result of the photographs she created in Mexico in the 1920s and ...

Retrospective of Photographer Tina Modotti at Kunst Haus Wien

VIENNA.- The photographer Tina Modotti, who was born in 1896 in Udine, Italy and died in 1942 in Mexico, was one of the most fascinating women of the 20th century. She became famous as a result of the photographs she created in Mexico in t...

Mural Paintings at Castillo de Chapultepec Now on the Web

Diego Rivera - A Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park - Fresco, 1947-8

MEXICO CITY.- From the second half of 2010, the National Museum of History “Castillo de Chapultepec” will include in its web page an interactive guide to the most acknowledged murals that represent the Independence and Revolution struggles, painted in the precinct. The paintings are “Fusion de dos Culturas” (Merger of two Cultures) by Jorge Gonzalez Camarena; “Retablo de la Independencia” (Independence Tableau) by Juan O’ Gorman; “Revolucion contra la Dictadura Porfiriana” (Revolution against Porfirian Dictatorship) by David Alfaro Siqueiros, and “Alegoria de la Revolucion Mexicana” (Allegory of Mexican Revolution) by Eduardo Solares Gutierrez.

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