MEXICANMURALISM
Muralism• Mexican muralism was the promotion of mural paintingstarting in the 1920s, generally with social and politicalme...
DIEGO RIVERALa Creación. Anfiteatro Simón Bolívar, México
DIEGO RIVERAEl Hombre en el Cruce de Caminos. Palacio de Bellas Artes de México.
DIEGO RIVERALa vida de los aztecas. Palacio Tlatelolco, Ciudad de México
DIEGO RIVERA
DIEGO RIVERA
DAVID ALFARO SIQUEIROSRetrato de la Clase Media
DAVID ALFARO SIQUEIROSLa Marcha de la Humanidad. Polyforum Cultural Siqueiros. México.
DAVID ALFARO SIQUEIROSLa Nueva Democracia. Palacio de Bellas Artes. México.
RUFINO TAMAYONacimiento de la Nacionalidad. Palacio de Bellas Artes. México.
RUFINO TAMAYOPrometeo dando el fuego a los Hombres. Sala de Conferencias en la UNESCO, París, Francia.
RUFINO TAMAYOLa Revolución. Escuela Mexicana.
JOSÉ CLEMENTE OROZCOMural in the Antiguo Colegio de San Ildelfonso
Dartmouth’s College Baker Memorial Library
Hospicio Cabanas, Guadalajara
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViLS2EWZjngVideo “MEXICAN MURALISTS”
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9th- LATIN AMERICA. MEXICAN MURALISM: Tech tool workshop. Bim III. 2012-2013

  1. 1. MEXICANMURALISM
  2. 2. Muralism• Mexican muralism was the promotion of mural paintingstarting in the 1920s, generally with social and politicalmessages as part of efforts to reunify the country under thepost Mexican Revolution government. It was headed by “thebig three” painters, Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco andDavid Alfaro Siqueiros. Rufino Tamayo was a significantmuralist as well.• From the 1920s to about 1970s a large number of murals withnationalistic, social and political messages were created onpublic buildings, starting a tradition which continues to thisday in Mexico and has had impact in other parts of theAmericas, including the United States where it served asinspiration for the Chicano Mural Movement.Taken from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican_muralism
  3. 3. DIEGO RIVERALa Creación. Anfiteatro Simón Bolívar, México
  4. 4. DIEGO RIVERAEl Hombre en el Cruce de Caminos. Palacio de Bellas Artes de México.
  5. 5. DIEGO RIVERALa vida de los aztecas. Palacio Tlatelolco, Ciudad de México
  6. 6. DIEGO RIVERA
  7. 7. DIEGO RIVERA
  8. 8. DAVID ALFARO SIQUEIROSRetrato de la Clase Media
  9. 9. DAVID ALFARO SIQUEIROSLa Marcha de la Humanidad. Polyforum Cultural Siqueiros. México.
  10. 10. DAVID ALFARO SIQUEIROSLa Nueva Democracia. Palacio de Bellas Artes. México.
  11. 11. RUFINO TAMAYONacimiento de la Nacionalidad. Palacio de Bellas Artes. México.
  12. 12. RUFINO TAMAYOPrometeo dando el fuego a los Hombres. Sala de Conferencias en la UNESCO, París, Francia.
  13. 13. RUFINO TAMAYOLa Revolución. Escuela Mexicana.
  14. 14. JOSÉ CLEMENTE OROZCOMural in the Antiguo Colegio de San Ildelfonso
  15. 15. Dartmouth’s College Baker Memorial Library
  16. 16. Hospicio Cabanas, Guadalajara
  17. 17. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViLS2EWZjngVideo “MEXICAN MURALISTS”

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