ICAA Researcher: María Fernanda Arochi×
  • Diego Rivera profeta del seguro social
    Ortega Colunga
    This article discusses the mural that Diego Rivera recently had painted at the Hospital de La Raza del IMSS (Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social) [Mexican Social Security Institute], in which he represented the medical culture of Mexico’s past in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 734417

  • El arte dramático de Orozco
    Fernández, Justino
    Justino Fernández describes José Clemente Orozco’s work as “frivolous art,” which explains its limited appeal; but that doesn’t mean that it is not enjoyed, since Orozco documents human reality and, consequently, historic reality. Ferná [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 735422

  • El cortés de Diego : monstruo pictórico : carta abierta de uno de los más fervorosos panegiristas de su obra, al notable pintor
    Rodríguez, Antonio, 1909-
    In his letter, Antonio Rodríguez describes the mural painted by Diego Rivera at the National Palace in Mexico City. Rodríguez refers to the satirical portrayal of Cortés and goes on to criticize the mural, saying that by caricaturing the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 734279

  • José Clemente Orozco y el horror
    Villaurrutia, Xavier, 1903-1950
    In this essay, Xavier Villaurrutia examines José Clemente Orozco’s paintings through a prism of dread. The writer contends that this dread, this sense of horror, though not the only feeling present in Orozco’s work, is almost always the dominant [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 735365

  • Orozco y los símbolos de nuestro tiempo
    Castro Leal, Antonio
    In his essay, Antonio Castro Leal suggests that the paintings produced by José Clemente Orozco in the years after 1913 encompass the most complete iconography in existence of the Mexican Revolution of 1910. In his opinion, the symbols that had [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 735357