The Pattern of Human Struggle in Latin Artby Mara Deutch
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<div>Desocupados, or unemployed, shown here was created by Antonio Berni in 1934. Shows his response to the living conditions in Argentina during this time.</div> coleccion.educ.ar CD 5 - Colección educ.ar
<div>Débora Arango, Colombian artist painted Justicia (or Justice In 1944) to make viewers aware of the effects of prostitution in Colombia. Depicts a woman amidst her struggle of being handled by multiple men at the same time.</div> www.mintmuseum.org The Medellín-born painter was one of the pioneers of modern Colombian art, and is considered one of the most important and controversial modern artists of her time.
<div>David Alfaro Siqueiros of Mexico depicts the Soldiers of Zapatas in a mural in 1966. Here he shows the struggle of the Constitutional Army which had to battle the diverse political factions of Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata for control after the fall of Huerta in 1914.</div> www.britannica.com David Alfaro Siqueiros: David Alfaro Siqueiros, Mexican painter and muralist whose art reflected his Marxist political ideology. He was one of the three founders of the modern school of Mexican mural painting (along with Diego Rivera and José Clemente Orozco). A political activist since his youth, Siqueiros studied at the
<div>Here, Wilfredo Lam of Cuba in 1943 takes an obscure approach to the human struggle of the sugar cane workers in Cuba. The Sugar Cane business was huge, but at the expense of those that were working in poor working conditions.</div><div><br></div> www.moma.org MoMA | The Jungle
<div>Part of a mural from Diego Rivera's mural painted in 1935. Depicts the striking workers being killed by fascists. Police force support the rich by attacking the working class.</div> www.bluffton.edu Digital Imaging Project: Art historical images of architecture and sculpture from Prehistoric to Post-modern art. Scanned from slides taken on site by Mary Ann Sullivan, Bluffton University.
<div><span>El Grito (or the Cry) painted by Oswaldo Guayasamin in 1983. Depicts the emotional distress and struggle of the indigenous (or working class) in Ecuador. </span></div> as.vanderbilt.edu
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