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Art and the Zoo with no animals

Chapultepec is the largest green space in Latin America (so the sign says) and contains numerous places of interest including the world famous Museo de Antropologia. 536 more words

POETRY: Amethyst by Beau William Beakhouse

Beau William Beakhouse is a writer currently residing in Cardiff. Having dropped out of university in response to its systemic, limited way of teaching the arts, he now co-edits Lumin and intends to start his own creative space. 280 more words

" In art, there are millions of paths — as many paths as there are artists."

” In art, there are millions of paths — as many paths as there are artists.”

— Rufino Tamayo, painter, printmaker, sculptor, Mexican


Museo Rufino Tamayo

Tamayo (1899-1991) was a celebrated abstract artist from Oaxaca and amassed a formidable collection of pre-Hispanic artefacts during his lifetime which are housed in a lovely house dating from 1902. 128 more words

Mexico at the DMA: A History

Last week the exhibition México 1900-1950 opened to big crowds, but it is just the most recent DMA exhibition to focus on the art and artists of Mexico. 507 more words

Dallas Museum Of Art

20th-Century Mexican Art Collection on exhibit in Bologna through March 26, 2017

The Gelman Collection: Mexican Art of the 20th-Century

Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Rufino Tamayo, María Izquierdo, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Ángel Zárraga

Through March 26, 2017 at the Palazzo Albergati, Bologna – ITALY… 315 more words

International Art Exhibitions & Events

Paint the Revolution: Exploring a New Mexican Identity at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Paint the Revolution:Mexican Modernism, an exhibition of Mexican Art from 1910-1950 is an eclectic selection of paintings, works on paper, chapbooks, posters, magazines, photographs,  video and sculpture. 759 more words

Visual Art