affordableartfairnyc #TarsiladoAmaral displays her signature style of sensuous, vibrant landscapes and everyday scenes her exhibition “Tarsila do Amaral: Inventing Modern Art in Brazil” at the Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition focuses on her pivotal production from the 1920s, when she navigated the art worlds of both São Paulo and Paris, and charts her involvement with an increasingly international artistic community, as well as her critical role in the emergence of modernism in Brazil. Though she is widely celebrated in her native country, this is the first exhibition in the United States devoted exclusively to Tarsila’s groundbreaking art. #ArtOnTheWeekend 📷: @themuseumofmodernart
life.in.san.antonio New Exhibit at @sama_art : San Antonio 1718: Art from Viceregal Mexico. @sama_art San Antonio 1718: Art from Viceregal Mexico tells the story of the city’s first century through more than one hundred landscapes, portraits, narrative paintings, sculptures, and devotional and decorative objects, many of them never before exhibited in the United States. The exhibition is organized in three sections: People and Places, The Cycle of Life, and The Church. San Antonio 1718 includes portraits of political and economic power, Spanish viceroys and military leaders who helped shape the destiny of the city. It explores the intrepid Franciscan missionaries who spearheaded the evangelization of the region, including Fray Antonio Margil de Jésus, known as the “Patron Saint of Texas,” and the religious figures who anchored their teachings such as the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception and her American manifestation, the Virgin of Guadalupe. Many works are more personal: portraits of poised young women whose marriages will solidify status, aspirational paintings of young families at home, nuns depicted at the threshold of their vows or at their death, intimate miniatures of lovers and soldiers, post-mortem portraits of infants. Throughout, the works invoke the lineage and authority of mainland Spain, while revealing the lives and times of San Antonio’s earliest inhabitants. Celebrating the city’s deep Hispanic roots and cultural ties with Mexico, San Antonio 1718 features works by New Spain’s most talented eighteenth-century artists, including Cristόbal de Villalpando (1649-1714), Miguel Cabrera (1695-1768), and José de Páez (1720-1790), as well as pieces by talented unknown vernacular artists.
puertoricanhottie628 🌲🌍🌏🌎🌲🌍🌏🌎🎄🌍🌏🌎🎄🌍🌏🌎🎄This room was super interesting. It was all about how our carbon footprint affects the world, how much energy we use, and how hard it is to make different forms of electricity. 🌎🌏🌍🌎🌏🌍🌎🌍🌍 All about keeping the world moving. And saving the planet. Saeed also found out to make up for his carbon footprint in his life time he will have to plant 678 trees 😱😱 Well get planting sir lol 🎄🎄🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲 #philadelphia #phillylove #phillyfortheday #phillyfortheday #takecareofourearth #takecareofourplanet #carbonfootprint #electricity #energy#museumlife #museums #philadelphiamuseum #museumselfie #philadelphiapa #phillymuseum #phillymuseumdistrict #daytrip #travelersofig #travelersofinstagram #museumexhibit #museumexploring #museumeducation #learningfun #learningnewthings #savingenergy 🌲🌎🌏🌍🌲🌎🌏🌍🌲🌎🌏🌲
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