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  • La antigua civilización Maya alcanzó su más alto grado de refinamiento en los años 600-800 d.C. en la región que hoy comprende los territorios sureños de México, Guatemala, Bélice y partes de Honduras y El Salvador. Los Mayas fueron una avanzada sociedad mesoamericana con una matemática compleja, un calendario, un sistema de escritura y un desarrollado estilo arquitectónico y artístico. Ellos no fueron un grupo de personas unificados bajo una autoridad central religiosa o política, por el contrario, vivían en al menos 50 ciudades-estado, cada una con su propio rey y corte, entre las que se cuentan Palenque, Bonampak, Tikal, Copán, Tonina y Yaxchilan. Mas, la exposición sobre [DIEGO RIVERA] destaca aspectos de su desarrollo artístico centrado en temas de nacionalismo que lo llevaron a in...

    ... pocos años atrás por Pablo Picasso y George Braque con quienes alternó en el barrio ...

  • A majority of the art collection of Portland native and Portland Museum of Art trustee Scott M. Black will return to the museum for an exhibition beginning Saturday. "The Scott M. Black Collection: Impressionism and the Modern Age" will showcase approximately 40 paintings, sculptures and works on paper by Impressionists and masters of modernist art. Black began collecting in 1985 with the purchase of a portrait by Pierre Bonnard. By the next year, he acquired one of the hallmarks of his collection, Monet's poetic "Monte Carlo vu de Roquebrune." Over the years, he has added paintings by George Braque, Paul Cezanne, Edgar Degas, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Signac, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and many other Modernist masters.

  • This paper examines the usefulness of Theodor Adorno's (1966/ 2004) formulation of negative dialectics as prescriptive praxis under conditions where signifiers for humanity are made vaporous or otherwise elusive, as with current conditions of ersatz liberalism and diminished civil liberties. For exegetical purposes, this paper applies Adorno's praxis to one instance of resistance during the Nazi Third Reich that bears lingering, personal relevance to the author. The art work of the modernist painter, Georges Braque, makes entrance here to render more vivid the essential tenets of Adorno's provocative and still timely praxis.

  • Picasso, Amigos y Contemporáneos " es el título de la exhibición con obras del pintor nacido en la ciudad mediterránea de Málaga, de donde vienen estas obras -propiedad de una colección privada- y que fueron prestada temporalmente a San Antonio por gestiones de Texas A&M University con la ayuda de la firma Spanish artbrokers . Como una referencia histórica durante la conferencia con los medios informativos, la doctora Hernández Ferrier mencionó el hecho de que durante la Revolución Americana un distinguido soldado nacido también en Málaga, Bernardo de Gálvez, contribuyó con George Washington en su lucha contra la corona inglesa enviándole 10 nul cabezas de ganado que pastaba en los mismo campos en que ahora se sitúa el campus de la citada universidad en el sur de nuestra ciudad. [L...

    ... Salvador Dalí, Ricardo Opisso, George Braque y Tsuguharu Fougita; y de sus contemporáneos: ...

  • Art Store artist Artist Jason Berger passed away on Oct. 17 in Brookline, Mass. The internationally known painter had been represented by The Art Store since 1985. The Art Store held one of his last living solo exhibitions in 2009.

    ... paintings, and met Henri Matisse and George Braque, two artists known for their Fauvist ...

  • Jason Berger exhibit The Art Store is holding a solo exhibition of "Selected Works" by octogenarian artist Jason Berger. This selection includes 20 paintings from his personal collection with significant works from the 1960s through the 2000s. The exhibition features landscapes he captured while spending summers painting en plein air in France, Mexico, Portugal and Spain. A Massachusetts native, Berger and his wife, painter Leena Rekola, moved back to Boston from Portugal in 2008. This will be Berger's first solo show at The Art Store since 1987.

    ... exhibitions and was able to meet with both George Braque and Henri Matisse. The artist taught at ...

  • NEW YORK - Pablo Picasso's 1932 lilac-hued oil painting of his young mistress, Marie-Therese Walter, sold here for a record $106.5 million on Tuesday night, hours after the U.S. stock market had its biggest drop since February. Nude, Green Leaves and Bust," featuring the artist's profile hovering over a reclining Walter against a blue backdrop with philodendron leaves, is the most paid for an artwork at auction. It went to an unidentified phone buyer who beat seven rivals after a nine-minute bidding war. The price exceeds host Christie's International's own presale estimate of $70 million to $90 million.

    ..., $10.2 million, for another Brody trophy: George Braque's 1953-54 "La Treille." The oil and sand ...

  • ... deemed "weaker" than that of Picasso and Braque, but also--and much worse, according to the sh critic and curator William George Archer--it was un-Indian, and therefore untrue, ...

  • DAYTON -- Where we see a pile of trash, Ken Butler sees an orchestra. He can transform an old cowboy boot into a violin, a bicycle seat into a banjo and a pitchfork into a cello. I see him as the ultimate recycler of the century," says Mary Beth Whitley, associate educator at the Dayton Art Institute. "He loves trash, loves going out on the streets.

    ... he's been influenced by Cubist artists George Braque and Pablo Picasso, who began the ...

  • SHEBOYGAN, Wis. - Bruce Conner's photo montage of a nuclear mushroom cloud wearing a military suit is a critique on nuclear production. Martin Ramirez used paper bags and other available materials to create drawings with cutout pictures, possibly to hold on to aspects of a fractured identity.

    ... coined as cubist artists Pablo Picasso and George Braque began to work in it. "We are very ...

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