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MONOGRAFIAS ARTE CONTEMPORANEO
AVANT-GARDE ART AND ARTISTS IN MEXICO (2 VOLS.)
AVANT-GARDE ART AND ARTISTS IN MEXICO (2 VOLS.). ANITA BRENNER'S JOURNALS OF THE ROARING TWENTIES
2010
904
TELA
978-0-292-72184-5
ENGLISH
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sinopsis

The Mexican Revolution—that violent, inchoate, never-quite-complete break with the past—opened a new era in Mexican art and letters now known as the "Mexican Renaissance." In Mexico City, a coterie of artists including Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, and David Alfaro Siqueiros explored how art could forward revolutionary ideals—and, in the process, spent countless hours talking, gossiping, arguing, and partying. Into this milieu came Anita Brenner, in her early twenties already trying her hand as a journalist, art critic, and anthropologist. Her journals of the period 1925 to 1930 vividly transport us to this vital moment in Mexico, when building a "new nation" was the goal.


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