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MEXICAN ART, July 2011 © Art'Ous
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ARTE MEXICANO, julio 2011 © Art'Ous
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Homenaje a los Indígenas Mexicanos, 2010 Watercolor/ Paper © Patricia Guzmán
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Don Goyo, Manuel y sus Mulas, 2010 Watercolor/ Paper © Roberto Vargas
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Towards the Music Litograph/ Paper 50 X 70 Cm © Gustavo C. Posadas
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Dos Mujeres Caminando Acrylic / Paper © David Alfaro Siqueiros
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Niña Drawing/ Paper © Fanny Rabel
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Maya Woman Graphic/ Paper © Francisco Zúñiga
MEXICAN ART


36440 San Francisco del Rincón
Guanajuato
Mexico
June 19th, 2011 - July 31st, 2011

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.centrofox.org.mx/posada_centr...
COUNTRY:  
Mexico
TAGS:  
mixed-media, realism, landscape, surrealism, abstract, figurative, modern

DESCRIPTION

The collection gathers more 100 works in this great exhibition, in which present a historical journey, in which reflect feeling political, social, religious, as well as characters, landscapes and urban environment of the diverse times, with characteristic specific in the religious, of manners, modern, contemporary art and representations of the thought, the religion and the style and you understand a variety of more than 70 representative authors of the XVII Century to the XXI Century, making stress in regional several authors. Some were students of San Carlos' School and they add the diverse looks of the expressions and the perspectives.

The face of "Guadalupana" melts with that of "Tonantzín" in the one that represent the prehispanic traditions that give identity to revolutionary Mexico and that you are reflected in Mexican "Muralismo."

You present the Mexican big painters' works that captured in the walls the essence of the revolutionary fight, idealizing the values that marked a brave and independent Mexico, they also show up works that represent the time of the "Rupture", that new generation of young artists that you/they rejected that ideal and they captured a new art with a national vision.

This Collection meets through Art'Ous, the collaboration of the Museo de la ciudad de León, the collaboration of the Salón of the watercolor and private collectors.

AUTHORS:

Francisco Urbina, Daniel Orozco, Sotomayor, Hermenegildo Bustos, Candelario Rivas, Luis Ortiz Macedo, Gilberto Aceves Navarro, José Chávez Navarro, Vlady, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Jorge González Camarena, to. Clemente Orozco, Guevara, Arístides Cohen, José García Ocejo, Martha Pérez Templerey, Gustavo C. Posadas, Mario Martin del Campo, José Luis Caves, Olga Dondé, Adrián Brun, Gerardo Cantú, Antoni Ginovart, Leopoldo Méndez, César Frank, M. Rangel Flores, Gerardo Cantú, Patricia Guzmán, Margarita Cerdeña, Ana Laura Salazar Orozco, Luis Alberto Ruíz, Alicia Praiz, Beatriz Gaminde, Francisco Zúñiga, Raúl Anguiano, Fanny Rabel, Elien Loh Bachmann, Sandra Waiz, Cristina Acke, Modesto García, Samuel Stradanus (Van Der Straet), Castillo, José Mariano, Sebastián Salcedo, Eduardo Tresguerras, Juan Nepomuceno Herrera, Concepción Ávila, Carmen Vine, Alberto Beltrán, Miguel Celorio Blanco, Gerardo Cantú, Diego Rivera, Tomás Chávez Navarro, Roberto Vargas, Cristella Baker, Guillermo Hernández, Roberto Álvarez Espinoza, Luis García and Jaen, Miguel Villalón, M. Ramírez, Juan Ordoñez, Fidel Meraz, Tadeo Ando, Vicente Mendiola, Edmundo Almanza, Guillermo Rangel, José Hanhausen, Ma. De los ángeles Jean, Carmen Rosberg, Patricia Gorostiza, Herminia Pavón, Peña, Eloísa Jiménez.

MEXICAN ART