Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910-1940

 
 

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6th July 2013 until 29th September 2013
 

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Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910-1940In Mexico, the years between 1910 and 1920 ushered in a period of profound political change in which the arts were placed centre stage. That's the premise behind Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910-1940, an exhibition in the Sackler Wing of the Royal Academy of Arts which examines the thirty year period. The exhibition places works by national artists, such as the 'three greats' of Mexian art, Diego Rivera, Jose Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros, alongside those of international artists affected by their experiences in Mexico. German-born artist Josef Albers is one such who, with his wife, wrote to Wassily Kandinsky in 1936 saying, "Mexico is truly the promised land for abstract art". Book tickets now for Mexico: A Revolution in Art at the Royal Academy to see all these works for yourself.

 

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Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910-1940  Jose Chavez Morado, 'Carnaval en Huejotzingo' (Carnival in Huejotzingo), 1939. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum © DACS 2012  

Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910-1940 - Jose Chavez Morado, 'Carnaval en Huejotzingo' (Carnival in Huejotzingo), 1939. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum © DACS 2012

Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910-1940 Jose Chavez Morado, 'Carnaval en Huejotzingo' (Carnival in Huejotzingo), 1939. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum © DACS 2012 

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Rubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to CezanneRubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to CezanneRubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to CezanneSet to be one of the biggest art shows of the year, Rubens and His Legacy is a major exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts featuring over 160 artworks, incorporating paintings, drawings and prints, exploring the Flemish artist's influence on the history of art. As well as works by Rubens, the show also features works by the great artists who were26th January 2015Friday 10th April 2015 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts,   Burlington House      W1J 0BD
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Rubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to Cezanne
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Painting
DATES  24th January to 10th April 2015
VENUE  Royal Academy of Arts 
Set to be one of the biggest art shows of the year, Rubens and His Legacy is a major exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts featuring over 160 artworks, incorporating paintings, drawings and prints, exploring the Flemish artist's influence on the history of art. As well as works by Rubens, the show also features works by the great artists who were... More about this event
 
Modern Art: Friend or Foe of Religious Iconography'Modern Art: Friend or Foe of Religious Iconography'Professor Lord Richard Harries of Pentregarth, former Bishop of Oxford, speaks to Tim Marlow, Director of Artistic Programmes at the RA about the way modern and contemporary art responds to the visual narratives of Christianity.6th February 2015Friday 6th February 2015 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts,   Burlington House      W1J 0BD
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Modern Art: Friend or Foe of Religious Iconography'
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Literary Events & Book Signings
DATES  Friday 6th February 2015 - 6.30pm-7.30pm
VENUE  Royal Academy of Arts 
Professor Lord Richard Harries of Pentregarth, former Bishop of Oxford, speaks to Tim Marlow, Director of Artistic Programmes at the RA about the way modern and contemporary art responds to the visual narratives of Christianity.
Four Visions For The Future Of HousingFour Visions For The Future Of HousingExhibition of ideas towards a future for housing in the UK featuring work by Mae Architects, Dallas Pierce Quintero, 5th Studio and Sarah Wigglesworth Architects.7th February 2015Sunday 17th May 2015 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts,   Burlington House      W1J 0BD
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Four Visions For The Future Of Housing
event > Exhibitions > Art Exhibitions - Architecture | PRICING  Free  
DATES  7th February to 17th May 2015
VENUE  Royal Academy of Arts 
Exhibition of ideas towards a future for housing in the UK featuring work by Mae Architects, Dallas Pierce Quintero, 5th Studio and Sarah Wigglesworth Architects.
Premiums: Interim Projects 2015Premiums: Interim Projects 2015An opportunity to view new work by third-year students.13th February 2015Wednesday 11th March 2015 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts,   Burlington House      W1J 0BD
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Free EventOn Soon
Premiums: Interim Projects 2015
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Painting | PRICING  Free  
DATES  13th February to 11th March 2015 - 10am-6pm
VENUE  Royal Academy of Arts 
An opportunity to view new work by third-year students.
Rubens Family WorkshopRubens Family WorkshopLearn more about the artist with an interactive family-friendly tour.17th February 2015Thursday 19th February 2015 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts,   Burlington House      W1J 0BD
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Rubens Family Workshop
event > Kids Events
DATES  Tuesday 17th and Thursday 19th February 2015 - 10am-1pm
VENUE  Royal Academy of Arts 
Learn more about the artist with an interactive family-friendly tour.
Short Stories With Julian BarnesShort Stories With Julian BarnesThis exceptional event features a short story reading by one of the greatest living writers, Julian Barnes, who has selected a story that subtly responds to the themes presented in the exhibition 'Rubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to Cezanne'.20th February 2015Friday 20th February 2015 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts,   Burlington House      W1J 0BD
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Short Stories With Julian Barnes
event > Kids Events > Storytelling
DATES  Friday 20th February 2015 - 6.30pm-7.30pm
VENUE  Royal Academy of Arts 
This exceptional event features a short story reading by one of the greatest living writers, Julian Barnes, who has selected a story that subtly responds to the themes presented in the exhibition 'Rubens and His Legacy: Van Dyck to Cezanne'.
An Abiding StandardAn Abiding StandardAn exhibition looking at engravings, drypoints and etchings.25th February 2015Sunday 24th May 2015 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts,   Burlington House      W1J 0BD
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An Abiding Standard
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Print
DATES  25th February to 24th May 2015
VENUE  Royal Academy of Arts 
An exhibition looking at engravings, drypoints and etchings.
Still-Life: Form And ColourStill-Life: Form And ColourDiscover more about colour mixing, composition and shape.28th February 2015Saturday 28th February 2015 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts,   Burlington House      W1J 0BD
Category: event
 
Still-Life: Form And Colour
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Workshops
DATES  Saturday 28th February 2015 - 10am-4pm
VENUE  Royal Academy of Arts 
Discover more about colour mixing, composition and shape.
Rubens And His Legacy Six Degrees Of Separation: WorkshopRubens And His Legacy Six Degrees Of Separation: WorkshopDiscover more about the artist's influence and create your own work of art.14th March 2015Saturday 14th March 2015 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts,   Burlington House      W1J 0BD
Category: event
 
Rubens And His Legacy Six Degrees Of Separation: Workshop
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Workshops
DATES  Saturday 14th March 2015 - 10am-4pm
VENUE  Royal Academy of Arts 
Discover more about the artist's influence and create your own work of art.
Richard DiebenkornRichard DiebenkornExhibition of work from the abstract painter with a selection of paintings covering all three phases of his career, curated by John Elderfield.14th March 2015Sunday 7th June 2015 Where:
Royal Academy of Arts,   Burlington House      W1J 0BD
Category: event
 
Richard Diebenkorn
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Painting
DATES  14th March to 7th June 2015
VENUE  Royal Academy of Arts 
Exhibition of work from the abstract painter with a selection of paintings covering all three phases of his career, curated by John Elderfield.
 
 

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