Resumen del Libro
The Mexican artistic Renaissance played a fundamental role in the creation, legitimization and spreading of the post revolutionary nationalist imagery. The artists who made public art with state sponsorship or had artistic and educational responsibility were true ideologists tied to politics in which they participated actively in the redefinition of the social identity, cultural and political of Mexico after the 1910 revolution. This Renaissance of art established the principles of a modern aesthetic (primitivismo, clasicismo and esencialismo plstico) and was reflective of universal social and cultural events. In this work the fascinating and intricate relation is analyzed that occurred between the field of the art and the scope of the power at the post revolutionary time.
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