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Mexican American exterior murals.

Daniel D. Arreola

Mexican American exterior murals.

by Daniel D. Arreola

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Taken from Geographical review, Vol.74, no.4, 1984, pp. 409-424.

SeriesGeographical review -- v.74, no.4
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20849862M

Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Mural painting and decoration -- California -- 20th century. Mural painting and decoration, American -- California. Mexican American arts -- California. View all . The unit opens with a reading, "About Mexican American Murals," that defines the conceptual framework. Seven key artworks provide the curriculum unit's foundation. Extensive questions and answers given for each of the seven murals allow teachers and students to explore the artworks in depth.

Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Summary Over the past twenty-five years, Chicano artists have made a unique contribution to public art in California, transforming thousands of walls into colourful artwork that express the dreams, achievements, aspirations, and cultural identity of the Mexican-American community. In , Mario Castillo painted Peace or Metafisico on the side of the Halsted Urban Progress Center at 19th and Halsted Streets while a student at the Art Institute of was the first Mexican mural in Pilsen and one of the first anti-Vietnam War murals in Chicago. Castillo has said that it was an attempt to give validity to the Mexican identity, since he felt it had been negated.

About the Author. Alejandro Anreus is Associate Professor of Art History and Latin American Studies at William Paterson University. He is the author of Orozco in Gringoland: The Years in New York. Leonard Folgarait is Professor of Art and Art History at Vanderbilt University and the author of Mural Painting and Social Revolution in Mexico, Art of the New Order. Mexican Muralism. The era from – in Mexico is best marked by Mexican muralism. From the s to s a large number of murals with nationalistic, social, and political messages were created on public buildings, as part of efforts to reunify the country under the post-Mexican .


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