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Art in New York Russian Constructivism/Socialist Realism/Mexican Muralism
Aleksandr Rodchenko, Ad Poster (convoking workers to read), 1924.
Aleksandr Rodchenko, Assembling for a Demonstration, 1928.
Aleksandr Rodchenko, Gathering for a Demonstration, 1928.
Aleksandr Rodchenko, Chauffeur, 1933.
Aleksandr Rodchenko, An Oath, 1935.
Aleksandr Rodchenko, White Sea, Baltic Sea Canal, 1933.
El Lissitzky, Lissitzky the Constructor, (self-portrait), 1924.
Vladimir Tatilin, Tower in Mayday Russia, 1933.
Sergei Gerasimov, A Collective Farm Festival, 1937.
Socialist Realism, Stalin
Convention of the Alliance of Polish Youth, Poster, 1955.
Diego Rivera, Zapatista Landscape: The Guerrilla, 1915.
Diego Rivera, Creation, Encaustic and Gold Leaf, 1922-23 National Preparatory School, Mexico City.
Palácio Nacional. Mexico City, Mexico, 1693.
Diego Rivera, Orgy: Night of the Rich, 1926.
Diego Rivera, In the Trenches, 1928.
Diego Rivera, The Distribution of the Arms, 1928.
Diego Rivera, The History of Mexico: From the Conquest to the Future, 1929-1930, National Palace, Mexico City, Mexico.
Diego Rivera, The History of Mexico: From the Conquest to the Future, ( detail) 1929-1930, National Palace, Mexico City, Mexico.
Aztec, Eagle Warrior, ca. 1440-69.
Aztec, Miclantecuhtli, ca. 1480, Templo Mayor, Fired Clay, Stucco, and Paint.
Aztec, Tlaloc, ca. 1440-69.
Aztec, Xipe Totec, ca. 1500, Fired Clay.
Toltec, Chacmool, ca. 1100.
Diego Rivera, Agrarian Leader Zapata, 1931, MoMA.
Diego Rivera, Detroit Industry, 1932-1933, fresco, Detroit Institute of Fine Arts.
Diego Rivera, Detroit Industry, 1932-1933, fresco, Detroit Institute of Fine Arts, detail.
Diego Rivera, The Making of a Fresco, 1931, San Francisco Art Institute.
Diego Rivera, Man at the Crossroads, 1934, Palace of Fine Arts.
Diego Rivera, Man at the Crossroads (detail), 1934, Palace of Fine Arts.
Diego Rivera, Man at the Crossroads (center), 1934, Palace of Fine Arts.
Diego Rivera, Man at the Crossroads (detail), 1934, Palace of Fine Arts.
Diego Rivera, A Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park, 1947-48.
Diego Rivera, Totonac Civilization, 1950, National Palace.
Diego Rivera, The Huastec Civilization, 1950.
Diego Rivera, The History of Medicine in Mexico, 1953, La Raza Hospital, Mexico City.
Diego Rivera, Natasha Gelman, 1943.
Diego Rivera, Flower Day, 1925.
Diego Rivera, Flower Seller with Lilies, 1943.
Diego Rivera, Nude with Calla Lilies, 1944.
Leon Trotsky’s Home, Coyoacan (1937-1940).
David Alfaro Siqueiros, Self-Portrait, 1943.
Orozco, Hidalgo, 1937 Siqueiros, Self-Portrait, 1943
David Alfaro Siqueiros, From the Dictatorship of Porfirio Dias to the Revolution: Zapata (detail), 1957-65, Chapultepec Castle, Mexico City.
David Alfaro Siqueiros, Zapata, 1966 Diego Rivera, Agrarian Leader Zapata, 1931
David Alfaro Siqueiros, Echo of a Scream, 1937, Enamel on Wood, MoMA.
David Alfaro Siqueiros, Portrait of the Bourgeoisie, 1939-40, Pyroxaline on cement, Mexican Electricians’ Syndicate.
David Alfaro Siqueiros, Proletarian Mother, 1930
David Alfaro Siqueiros, Peasant Mother, 1929.
David Alfaro Siqueiros, Ethnography, 1939.
David Alfaro Siqueiros, From the Dictatorship of Porfirio Dias to the Revolution: The Revolutionaries, 1957-65, Chapultepec Castle.
Jose Clemente Orozco, The Family, 1926, National Preparatory School, Mexico City.
Jose Clemente Orozco, Gods of the Modern World, from Epic of American Civilization, 1932-1934, fresco, Dartmouth College.
Jose Clemente Orozco, American Civilization: Modern Migration of the Spirit, Detail, 1932-34, Baker Library, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire.
Jose Clemente Orozco, Hispano-America, from Epic of American Civilization, 1932-34, fresco, Baker Library, Dartmouth College.
Jose Clemente Orozco, The Coming of Quetzalcoatl, from Epic of American Civilization, 1932-34, fresco, Dartmouth College.
José Clemente Orozco, Prometheus, 1930, Fresco, Pomona College, Claremont, California.
José Clemente Orozco, Christ Destroying his Cross, 1943.
José Clemente Orozco. (Mexican, 1883-1949). Dive Bomber and Tank. 1940. Fresco, six panels, Each 9' x 36“.
Pablo Picasso, Guernica, June 1937, Oil on canvas, 11' 6" X 25' 8".
Art in New York Frida Kahlo and Latin American Surrealism
Andre Masson, The Battle of Fishes, Sand, Gesso, Oil, Pencil, and Charcoal, 1927.
Joan Miro, The Birth of the World, 1925.
Joan Miro, The Hunter, 1923-24.
Salvador Dali, Persistence of Memory, 1931.
Rene Magritte, The Treason of Images, 1928-29.
Max Ernst, The Elephant Celebes, 1921.
Frida Kahlo Museo, Casa Azul, Coyoacan.
Frida Kahlo, Frida and Diego, 1931.
Frida Kahlo, Self-Portrait with Monkeys, 1943.
Frida Kahlo, Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird, 1940.
Frida Kahlo, The Broken Column, 1944.
Frida Kahlo, The Two Fridas, 1939, Oil on canvas, 67” X 67".
Frida Kahlo, Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair, 1940.
Frida Kahlo, Diego on My Mind, 1943.
Frida Kahlo, Love Embrace of the Universe, 1949.
Frida Kahlo, The Dream, 1940.
The Virgin of Guadalupe.
Rivera, Nude with Calla Lilies, 1944.
Rufino Tamayo, Woman in Gray, 1959.
Rufino Tamayo, The Lovers, 1943.
Maria Izquierdo, Adornments, 1941.
Remedios Varo, Useless Science or The Alchemist, 1958.
Leonora Carrington, Self-Portrait, 1936-7.
Wifredo Lam, The Jungle, 1943.
Wifredo Lam, The Jungle, 1943Pablo Picasso, Les Demoiselles D’Avignon, 1907
Wifredo Lam, The Idol, 1944
Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Striking Worker Murdered, 1934.
Xul Solar, World, 1925 (watercolor).
Xul Solar, Bri, Pais, Y Gente, (watercolor) 1933.
Tarsila do Amaral, The Egg, 1928.
Tarsila do Amaral, The Fruit Seller, 1925.
Roberto Matta Echaurren, Invasion of the Night, 1941.
Roberto Matta Echaurren, Listen to the Living, 1941, Oil on canvas, MoMA, NY.
Arshile Gorky, The Liver Is the Cock’s Comb, 1944, Oil on canvas, 6‘ X 8‘ 2“.
Roberto Matta Echaurren, Listen to the Living, 1941 Arshile Gorky, The Liver is the Cock’s Comb, 1944
Jackson Pollock, She-Wolf, 1943.
Quiz 10 minutes Please put away all information and take out a pen and paper. Write your name, Art 111, and today’s date on the paper.
Quiz question for Tuesday:
The Mexican Muralist Movement, 1920s-30s Arth 224: Colonial to Contemporary Latin American Art Dr. Mey-Yen Moriuchi Spring 2015.
Art of the Mexican Revolution. David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, c
Modern Art Dada. Marcel Duchamp, Fountain (signed “R. Mutt”), 1917, porcelain urinal, life-size.
The Revolutionary Reconstruction Each president after 1920 would lead Mexico toward social and economic changes based on the Constitution of.
V. Disaster Seminar in Art History: Twentieth Century Art Depression Declaration.
The Mexican Mural Renaissance and the United States Helen Delpar, Ch.4 “The Mexican Art Invasion”
Now, for part 2, we move to the Revolution of 1910 itself Question 2: How do the following murals attempt to explain the course of the Mexican Revolution.
Mexican Mural Renaissance And Mexican Communism Orozco Siqueiros Jose Clemente Orozco y David Alfaro Siqueiros.
The Mexican Mural Movement
1. 2 P/S: German Expressionism GEORGE GROSZ, Fit for Active Service, 1916–1917. MAX BECKMANN, Night, 1918–1919.
FRIDA KAHLO. Self-Portrait with Small Monkey, 1925.
By: Ray Gomez Diego Rivera.
New World. Diego Rivera Night of the Rich ( 1928)
Diego Rivera Freida Kahlo Painters Diego Rivera Painter 1886 – 1957 Painter 1886 – 1957.
DIEGO MARÍA DE LA CONCEPCIÓN JUAN NEPOMUCENO ESTANISLAO DE LA RIVERA Y BARRIENTOS ACOSTA Y RODRÍGUEZ Diego Rivera was born in Guanajuato, Mexico in 1886.
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