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Considered the most influential Mexican artist of the XNUMXth century, Diego Rivera was a larger-than-life character; he spent important periods of his career in Europe and the United States, in addition to his native Mexico.
With David Alfaro Siqueiros et José Clemente Orozco, Rivera was one of the main members and founders of the Mexican muralist movement.
Deploying a style informed by disparate sources such as modern European masters and pre-Columbian heritage from Mexico, and executed according to the Italian fresco technique, Rivera addressed major themes appropriate to the scale of his art form: l 'social inequality ; the relationship between nature, industry and technology; and the history and fate of Mexico.
More than half a century after his death, Rivera is still one of Mexico's most revered figures, celebrated both for his role in the country's artistic renaissance and revitalization of the mural genre as well as for his outsized personality. .
Rivera made mural painting his main medium, appreciating both its large scale and its accessibility to the public, in contrast to what he saw as the elitist character of paintings in galleries and museums.
Rivera used the walls of universities and other public buildings across Mexico and the United States as his canvases, creating an extraordinary work that rekindled interest in mural painting as an art form and helped reinvent concept of public art in the United States, paving the way for the Federal Art Program from the 1930s.
Mexican culture and history were the major themes and influenced Diego Rivera's art. Rivera, who amassed a huge collection of pre-Columbian artifacts, created panoramic representations of Mexico's history and daily life, from its Mayan beginnings to the Mexican Revolution and to the post-revolutionary present, in a largely indebted style. to pre-Columbian culture.
A longtime Marxist, he belonged to the Mexican Communist Party and had important ties to the Soviet Union: Rivera is an example of a socially engaged artist. His art expressed his outspoken commitment to left-wing political causes, representing subjects such as the Mexican peasantry, American workers, and revolutionary figures like Emiliano Zapata and Lenin. At times, his outspoken and uncompromising leftist politics clashed with the wishes of wealthy patrons and sparked significant controversy that emanated from within and outside the art world.
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