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The dominant art forms of twentieth-century Mexico including post-revolutionary muralism and socially-concerned representational art; movements, artists, and visual genre outside of the mural school including abstraction, surrealism, photography, print culture, and film. The influence of politics, class, race, and gender on the production of art in Mexico. Art by Mexican-American artists in the U.S., and the effects of globalization and the art market on contemporary Mexican art. (May be taken at 100 level with consent; see below.)

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  • School of Arts & Sciences