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3.2.06 - Rivera v. Siquieros, formally and technically,...

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Rivera v. Siquieros, formally and technically, very different Siquieros is more comfortable with more modern approaches, he forms mural producing teams, and thinks that all should equally take credit for the murals Rivera is the author of his murals, and he wants all the credit Collaborative work points toward a collective art practice as opposed to a individual art practice Siquieros - Experimental workshop, popular front movement in the US in the 30s, advance left politics, NY, Younger American artists, Jackson Polluck, Axle Horn? Lacquer, stencils, wood, metal, sandpaper, paint, different techniques to make a picture, theory of controlled accidents Rivera was seen in Mexico as a sellout who renounced the revolution in exchange for working for Ford and Rockefeller. Siquieros – Rivera is outdated, no inventive capacity, useless media and materials, imperialistic, government painter, unpopular with population, Dadaism Dada art – the spirit of negation, not of building things up, an extreme protest against the
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