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Posted by on Apr 27, 2015 in Collections, Exhibitions, Frida Kahlo, History, News | 0 comments

[:en]A group of love letters written by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo sold for $137,000 at Doyle New York on April 15, 2015. The 25 letters were written by Frida Kahlo to Jose Bartoli, a Catalán émigré artist whom she met in New York. Many of the letters include keepsakes inserted by Kahlo, among them drawings, photographs, pressed flowers and other mementos. The successful bidder was a private collector in New York, who is also an artist and a great admirer of Frida Kahlo. These unpublished letters, dating from 1946 through 1949 and comprising more than 100 pages in Spanish, were secreted away and cherished by Bartoli until his death in 1995. They remained in the possession of Bartoli’s family, who made the decision to offer the letters at auction, 20 years after his death. Frida Kahlo met José Bartoli...

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Diego Rivera Retakes it’s place at MOMA

Posted by on Nov 10, 2011 in Collections, History, Murals, News | 0 comments

By Rafael Mathus CORRESPONDENT NEW YORK .-  After 80 years, Diego Rivera returned yesterday to claim a star on the walls of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York and revive a message that despite the passage of time, it seems more valid than ever. Yesterday, we inaugurated the exhibition Diego Rivera murals for the Museum of Modern Art, that brings back five of the eight murals painted Mexican mobile for his first retrospective at MoMA in 1931, and in which captured images of the history of Mexico and harsh criticism of the economic and social situation left by the Great Depression, today, with nuances, is repeated in America. In addition to the murals, the exhibition includes three sketches, prototype portable mural done in 1930 and smaller drawings, watercolors and prints by Rivera. The exhibition will open...

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Diego Rivera: The Cubist Portraits, 1913-1917 at the Meadows Museum

Posted by on Nov 19, 2010 in Collections, History, News, Site, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Diego Rivera: The Cubist Portraits, 1913-1917 at the Meadows Museum

Rivera said he literally heard bells. But that was probably just nerve damage, and if indeed there was a real epiphany, it didn’t precipitate his abandonment of reclining female figures but rather the end of a five-year fling with Cubism, one chronicled in Diego Rivera: The Cubist Portraits, 1913-1917, at the Meadows Museum through September 20.

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New Temporary Exhibition: The Mexican Child

Posted by on Sep 24, 2010 in Collections, History, News, Site | 0 comments

We have added new paintings: the Mexican Cildren of Diego Rivera, showing some of the children that Rivera painted during his lifetime. We hope you enjoy them. Hemos agregado nuevas pinturas: Los Niños Mexicanos de Diego Rivera, una muestra de algunas de las obras sobre niños que Rivera pinto durante su vida. Esperemos que las...

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