Mexico art Philadelphia Museum of Art – Exhibitions

Mexico art Philadelphia Museum of Art – Exhibitions

Mexico Art Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910–1950 October 25, 2016 – January 8, 2017 Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910–1950 October 25, 2016 – January 8, 2017 Witness an extraordinary moment in the history of modern art, one fueled by cultural and political revolution. From the start of the Mexican Revolution in 1910 to…

Mexico art Authentically Celebrating the Culture of Mexico in Forza Horizon 5

Mexico art Authentically Celebrating the Culture of Mexico in Forza Horizon 5

Mexico Art When it comes to designing and developing the games in the Forza Horizon series, there’s one thing that the team at Playground Games prioritizes over everything else: an authentic, open world. Cool cars and great music are certainly important, however, those elements alone are not what delivers an authentic Forza Skyline experience. With…

Mexico art Mexican culture: Customs and traditions

Mexico art Mexican culture: Customs and traditions

Mexico Art Mexican culture has undergone a tremendous transformation in its recent history with varying impacts in different regions. Many Mexicans live in cities, but smaller rural communities still play a strong role in defining the country’s collective vibrant community. Mexico can trace some of its cultural heritage back to the Aztec and Maya peoples…

Mexico art Mexican Folk Art: History, Paintings & Facts

Mexico art Mexican Folk Art: History, Paintings & Facts

Mexico Art Examples of Mexican Folk Art Paintings Before looking at three types of Mexican folk painting, let’s get some background. Mexican folk painting has been influenced by many things, including nature, landscapes and religion. Some work expresses traditional mythologies and beliefs. Other work reflects Christianity, especially Catholicism, which arrived in Mexico during the Spanish…

Mexico art Chapman’s Heartbeat of Mexico Festival Aims to Enrich Community

Mexico art Chapman’s Heartbeat of Mexico Festival Aims to Enrich Community

Mexico Art Coming up on its sixth annual gathering at the Musco Center for the Artstea Heartbeat of Mexico will host a weekend full of enriching cultural activities and performances, focused on highlighting various aspects of Mexican culture. After last year’s event went virtual, the family festival will bring Mexican and Mexican American art and…

Mexico art A Brief Introduction to Mexican Folk Art in 10 Pieces

Mexico art A Brief Introduction to Mexican Folk Art in 10 Pieces

Mexico Art A Brief Introduction to Mexican Folk Art in 10 Pieces Talavera pottery | © Russ Bowling/Flickr Typically referred to as crafts, mexican folk art often has a purpose beyond the decorative and is typically crafted by someone with no formal training (often from an indigenous group). While Oaxaca is the state most associated…

Mexico art The history, the artists, and spirit behind Mexico’s art scene

Mexico art The history, the artists, and spirit behind Mexico’s art scene

Mexico Art Getting to know the true spirit of Mexico through its art There’s a lot of art to appreciate in Mexico and a big part of what makes it so special is the earnestness of it. It has strong origins that go way back, for instance the Aztec´s three city-states, Tenochtitlan (present day Mexico…

Mexico art Mexican Art – Moving Away from Colonial Past

Mexico art Mexican Art – Moving Away from Colonial Past

Mexico Art Mexican art should be examined in a broader context of the Latin American art. It’s not only about the same language, traditions or religion shared by almost all Latin American countries, but because of their similar artistic influences and tendencies. We could freely say that Mexico has the most recognized art scene of…