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A Century of Revolution: Mexican Art since 1910

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Untitled (Seated Mexican Women [Tehuana]) © Courtesy of ARKANSAS ART CENTER-MUSEUM OF ART
A Century of Revolution: Mexican Art since 1910

501 East 9th Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
September 1st, 2010 - November 21st, 2010

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Tue-Sat 10-5; Sun 11-5 / Library Hours: Tue-Wed 10-3

DESCRIPTION

The 1910 Revolution in Mexico was the starting point in a series of struggles that brought political and social change. Each turning point in the conflict prompted a flurry of artistic creativity. A Century of Revolution illustrates these visions for revolution through the renowned collections of Mexican art housed at the University of Texas, Austin and private collections. This exhibition is divided into four themes – Revolutions in Form, Theaters of Revolution, Student Revolutions and Revolutionary Identities. Featured artists include Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, José Guadalupe Posada, Arnold Belkin, José Luis Cuevas, Rocio Maldonado and more.