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Lozano, Luis-Martín
Diego Rivera, obra mural completa. English
Diego Rivera, the complete murals / Luis-Martín Lozano, Juan Coronel Rivera ; photography by Rafael Doniz and Francisco Kochen ; edited by Benedikt Taschen ; [English translation, Mary Blackman, Deirdre MacCloskey]
Hong Kong ; Los Angeles : Taschen, c2008
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 Oversize/1st Flr  ND259.R5 L69 2008    AVAILABLE
Subject Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957 -- Criticism and interpretation
Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957 -- Catalogs
Subject(s) Mural painting and decoration, Mexican -- 20th century -- Catalogs
Physical Description 672 p. (some folded) : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 45 cm
Note Translation of: Diego Rivera, obra mural completa
Translators from colophon
Includes bibliographical references (p. 663-665) and index
Contents Creation: Old College of San Ildefonso, Mexico / Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera -- Political vision: Ministry of Public Education, Mexico / Renato González Mello -- Song to the earth and those who labor thereon (Universidad Autónoma de Chapingo, Mexico) / Luis-Martín Lozano -- Visions of the history of Mexico: Palacio Nacional and Palacio de Cortés, Mexico / Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera -- Revolutions and allegories: Mexico and San Francisco / Luis-Martín Lozano -- Mexico and the United States: the panels for the Museum of Modern Art, New York / Marina Vázquez Ramos -- The industry of Detroit: The Detroit Institute of Arts / Laura González Matute -- Man at the crossroads: Rockefeller, New York: Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico / Catha Paquette -- Portrait of America: New Workers' School, New York / James Wechsler -- The fight against Fascism: Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico: San Francisco City College / Luis-Martín Lozano -- Metaphorical readings on history: Palacio Nacional, Museo Mural and Teatro de los Insurgentes, Mexico / Nadia Ugalde Gómez -- War, peace and victory: Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow / Ana Isabel Pérez Gavilán Ávila -- Art before science and medicine: National Institute of Cardiology and La Raza Medical Center, Mexico / María Estela Duarte Sánchez -- The origin of life: Museo Anahuacalli, Cárcamo of the River Lerma and Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico) / Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera -- Easel painting / Luis-Martín Lozano and Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera -- Chronology of the artist and his murals / Juan Rafael Coronel Rivera, Luis-Martín Lozano and María Estela Duarte Sánchez
Note The most comprehensive study of Rivera's work ever made on the mural patrimony of painter Diego Rivera that reproduces for the first time in one edition all the 47 murals Rivera made in Mexico and in the United States along with his mosaic works and relives. This extensive research in Mexico and the United States documents the evolution of the creative process and the cultural and political context of each of Rivera's murals created between 1921 and 1957. Contents were the responsibility of expert historian Luis-Martín Lozano and artist Juan Coronel Rivera and included the participation of noted academics Renato González Mello, Marina Vázquez, María Estela Duarte, Laura González Matute, Catha Paquette, James Wechsler, Ana Isabel Pérez Gavilán and Nadia Ugalde. Illustrated with more than 200 images of the artist's canvas from all his periods and hundreds of photographs of his drawings and sketches for the murals done in Mexico and in San Francisco, Detroit and New York
Alternate Author Coronel Rivera, Juan
Taschen, Benedikt
Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957

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