c. 1920 - 1960
With its grand scale, innovative iconography, and socially relevant message, Mexican muralism underscored the ideas of the Mexican revolution.
c. 1925 - 1950
Latin American Surrealists used alternate realities to present unexpected sides of their cultures and themselves.
c. 1920 - 1970
These artists literally turned art inside out and on its head.
c. 1900 - 1980
Brazilian artists and authors sought to create an indigenous modern art tradition that "consumed" international influences.
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Labor protests, indigenous histories, maps redrawn, works destroyed, and traditions reborn.