Frida Kahlo

Dolores del Río: Cuando la leyenda se convierte en un Doodle de Google

 08/09/2017 - 14:56
"Celebrating Dolores del Río" by Google 

Mucho antes de que los rostros de Ana de la Reguera, Kate del Castillo, Penélope Cruz y Salma Hayek abandonaran las portadas de la  ¡HOLA! y Vanidades para embellecer los tabloides de Hollywood y las colas de las salas ACME, había existido ya una belleza española de gran talento: Dolores del Río.

 
Thursday, August 3, 2017 - 1:38pm

Dolores del Río: When Legends become Doodles

 08/03/2017 - 13:48
"Celebrating Dolores del Río" by Google 

Acclaimed "Golden Age" Mexican actress Dolores del Río is honored today in a floral Google Doodle as gorgeous as she was. A society heiress, a mistress to Orson Welles, a victim of McCarthyism, a spokeswoman for UNICEF, and a beauty that reportedly slept "sixteen hours a day" to keep her youthful looks, here's a look at the life of Dolores. 

Thursday, August 3, 2017 - 1:38pm

Mi Tierra: The American West as seen through the eyes of Latino artists

 03/21/2017 - 09:35
A new art exhibit in Denver explores contemporary life in the American West, as seen through the eyes of Latino artists and their immigrant experience. @denver.org

Thirteen young Mexican-American artists explore the ideas of "home" and "place" in the American West in an exhibit called "Mi Tierra" at the Denver Art Museum. Artists tackled topics of immigration, identity struggle and colliding worlds.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 6:15am
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Artista mexicano vuelve al Museo de Arte para estrenar su segunda película

 10/15/2014 - 03:17
Artista mexicano vuelve al Museo de Arte para estrenar su segunda película

El artista visual mexicano Carlos Amorales realizará el estreno estadounidense de su segunda película “El hombre que hizo todas las cosas prohibidas” (The Man Who Did All Things Forbidden) en el Museo de Arte de Filadelfia, el 21 de octubre a las 5:30 de la tarde.

La obra se concibió hace seis años cuando Amorales leyó por primera vez Estrella Distante, novela del difunto autor chileno Roberto Bolaño.   “Fue muy provocador”, señaló Amorales, “ponía al intelectual, al poeta, al artista sudamericano, desde una perspectiva fascista”.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014 - 2:36pm
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Sabrina Vourvoulias
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Mexican artist returns to PMA to premiere second film

 10/15/2014 - 03:09
Still from the movie.

Mexican visual artist Carlos Amorales will have the American premier of his second film, “The Man Who Did All Things Forbidden” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Oct. 21 at 5:30 p.m.

Amorales conceived of the work six years ago when he first read Distant Star (Estrella Distante in Spanish), a novel by the late Chilean author, Roberto Bolaño.  “It was very provocative,” Amorales said, “it identified the South American intellectual, poet, artist, as an individual with fascist perspectives.”

Wednesday, October 15, 2014 - 2:36pm
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Sabrina Vourvoulias
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