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Doc solves mystery of Frida Kahlo’s infertility

Posted by on abr 22, 2012 in Frida Kahlo, News | 0 comments

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The murals of Diego Rivera: A journey of color, class and conscience

Posted by on feb 26, 2012 in News | 0 comments

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Short Film Celebrates 75th Anniversary of Mural Painting Made by Diego Rivera

Posted by on dic 8, 2011 in News | 0 comments

(English) The film produced by Martin Garcia-Urtiaga was premiered at MNA with the presence of Consuelo Saizar, president of the National Council for Culture and the Arts (Conaculta), who mentioned that the decision of supporting this work was based in the fact that it fulfills the objectives of the cultural project of the organism she presides.

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Today’s Google doodle celebrates Diego Rivera!

Posted by on dic 8, 2011 in News | 0 comments

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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

Por Rafael Mathus CORRESPONSAL NUEVA YORK.- Luego de 80 años, Diego Rivera volvió ayer a reclamar un lugar estelar en las paredes del Museo de Arte Moderno (MoMA) de Nueva York y a revivir un mensaje, que pese al paso del tiempo, parece hoy más vigente que nunca. Ayer se inauguró la exposición Diego Rivera: Murales para el Museo de Arte Moderno, que vuelve a reunir cinco de los ocho murales móviles que el mexicano pintó para su primera muestra retrospectiva en el MoMA, en 1931, y en los que plasmó imágenes de la historia de México y críticas a la dura situación económica y social que dejó la Gran Depresión, que hoy, con matices, vuelve a repetirse en Estados Unidos. Además de los murales, la exhibición incluye tres bocetos, un prototipo de mural portátil hecho en 1930 y...

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Frida Kahlo’s father wasn’t Jewish after all

Posted by on abr 11, 2011 in Frida Kahlo, History, News | 0 comments

(English) or decades now, ever since an international revival of interest in the paintings and life of Mexico’s Frida Kahlo, art historians and critics, including this writer, have been writing that Frida’s photographer father was Jewish, possibly of Hungarian origin. A new book devoted to Guillermo Kahlo and his photography reveals that he had no Jewish genes and stemmed from a long line of German Protestants

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