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2 Post-revolutionary Mexico.pdf

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Department
History of Art
Course Code
FAH-0002
Professor
Eric Rosenberg

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Rivera, CreaCreation,  1 922­23,  Mexican Post­Rev Mural  Mural at National Preparatory School, Mexico City  Art for the people of Mexico  Secularized (made brown) Christian iconography of Genesis, Adam and  Eve  Didactic imagery to promote national rebirth or “renaissance”  Reminiscent of Italian religious frescos from the 14  century Orozco, Hernán Cortes and Malinche,  11926 Mexican fresco mural  Imagining Mestizo heritage for Mexico  Stairwell of the National Preparatory School in Mexico City  Standing on figure representing Mexico  Comparison to Adam and Eve (nude)  Malinche as subordinate Modotti, HanHands Resting on  a T ool , 1 927 Mexican Photo Hands as a symbol of hard manual labor Modotti was Communist, sympathetic to plight of the  laborer Anonymous but respectful depiction of the peasant class Rivera, ManMan, Controller of the  UUniverse, 1 934 Mexican Fresco  Recreation of mural for Rockefeller Center that Rockefeller had destroyed  bec
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