México 1900-1950 : Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco and the Avant-Garde / edited by Agustín Arteaga ; with essays by Agustín Arteaga, Juan Manuel Bonet, Paulina Bravo Villarreal, Laura González Matute, Emmanuel Guigon, Sylvia Navarrete Bouzard, Antonio Saborit ; with contributions by Claudia Barragán Arellano [and fourteen others] ; and with a chronology by Sharon Jazzán Dayán.
Dallas Museum of Art(utgivare)
Museo Nacional de Arte (Mexico)(utgivare)
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Mexique 1900-1950 : Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco et les avant-gardes. English.
Art before the Mexican Revolution -- Mexico and the Revolution -- Other faces of the Mexican School of Painting -- The clash of two different worlds.
"México 1900-1950 offers an unprecedented survey of Mexican Art from the turn of the century through the Revolution (1910-20) and until the early 1950s. It examines key works across different mediums by major Mexican artists, including Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, and José Clemente Orozco, as well as by lesser-known figures and women artists. The catalogue showcases Mexican modern art as its own distinct avant-garde, fundamentally different from that of Europe. Although many Mexican artists lived and practiced in Paris during the early decades of the 20th century, they eventually returned home and drew extensively from themes surrounding nationhood and Mexico's rich, mythical past, poignantly articulating their country's revolutionary ideals, traditions, and aspirations. Over 2150 illustrations foreground this wholly original and sweeping study of Mexico as a hotbed for modernism and artistic achievement"--
Modernism (konst) (sao)
SAB-kod Ib.5 (sao)
Mexikansk konst -- historia (sao)
Art, Mexican -- 20th century -- Exhibitions. (LCSH)
Modernism (Art) -- Mexico -- Exhibitions. (LCSH)
Art mexicain -- 20e siècle -- Expositions. (Vedettes-matière)