Abstraction In Mexican Art, 1920-70
James Oles, senior lecturer, Art Department, and adjunct curator, Latin American Art, Davis Museum, Wellesley CollegeFollowing the Mexican Revolution, many artists used figurative imagery to praise workers and peasants, and call for social reform. Others rejected this path, adopting abstract languages drawn from Cubism, Futurism, Constructivism and Lyrical Expressionism. See the paintings, murals, and public monuments by leading figures, including Carlos M
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