David Alfaro Siqueiros

Mexican painter, one of the trio of muralists (with Orozco and Rivera) who dominated 20th-century Mexican art. He was born in Chihuahua, the son of

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Gerardo Murillo

Mexican painter and art administrator. He was an ardent nationalist and a pioneer of the 20th-century renaissance of his county’s art—chapter 1 of MacKinley

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Mónica Mayer

Mónica Mayer is a feminist Mexican artist, activist and art critic whose work includes performance, digital graphics, drawing, photography, and art

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Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo was Hispano-Indian on her mother’s side and German on her father’s. She met Diego Rivera when he was painting a mural at the Escuela

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Gabriel Orozco

Mexican artist, born in Jalaga. His work combines elements of performance, sculpture, drawing, and installation, and is rooted in paradox, games play,

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Diego Rivera

The earliest artistic influence on Diego Rivera was the Madrid academy. Rivera, however, quickly embraced other styles such as Impressionism, Divisionism.

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Jose Dávila

Jose Dávila (born 1974, Guadalajara) is a trained architect who’s work reflects on the failure of utopian, modernist architectural principles in his assemblages

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María Izquierdo

María Izquierdo is known for being the first Mexican woman to have her artwork exhibited in the United States. She committed both her life and her career

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Stefan Brüggemann

Stefan Brüggemann is a Mexican artist working in a wide variety of artistic disciplines. Examples of Brüggemann’s conceptual work are his Puddle Paintings

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Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas (born 1968, Mexico City) is a visual artist. He is best known for his work with found objects, and particularly his ongoing “Autoconstrucción”

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