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An experiment in cannibalism

Posted by on oct 12, 2010 in History, News, Site | 0 comments

(English) In 1904, wishing to extend my knowledge of human anatomy, a basic requisite for my painting, I took a course in that subject in the Medical School in Mexico City. At that time, I read of an experiment which greatly interested me.

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Reconsidering Rivera

Posted by on oct 4, 2010 in History, Murals, News | 0 comments

(English) “And what sort of man was I?” asks Diego Rivera toward the end of his autobiography, in the last year of his life. Indeed, with a life as rich in controversy as Rivera’s, the ambiguous answers to that question continue to fascinate scholars of his work. But it is the question of what sort of artist Rivera was, and the meaning of his undeniably prodigious contribution to twentieth-century art, that lie behind a new, major retrospective of his work, “Diego Rivera: Art and Revolution,” opening at the Cleveland Museum of Art on February 14, 1999.

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New Temporary Exhibition: The Mexican Child

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

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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The Enigma of Frida Kahlo

Posted by on sep 22, 2010 in Frida Kahlo, History | 0 comments

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The Rivera Collection At the City College of San Francisco

Posted by on sep 7, 2010 in History, Uncategorized | Comentarios desactivados en The Rivera Collection At the City College of San Francisco

(English) The Rivera Collection, housed in the Russell M. Posner Reading Room inside the Rosenberg Library, is a special collection of approximately 400 cataloged titles focusing on the life and work of Diego Rivera and artists who assisted him in his work.

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Man at the Crossroads: the Rockefeller Controversy

Posted by on sep 2, 2010 in History, News | 0 comments

Disculpa, pero esta entrada está disponible sólo en Inglés...

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