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Clark Art Institute: Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern

Clark Art Institute 225 South Street, Williamstown, MA

Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern considers the artist’s legacy in America from 1893 to the present. While there has been much consideration of Auguste Rodin’s (1840–1917) reputation in France and throughout Europe, less attention has been paid to his reception in America. This exhibition tells the story of the collectors, art historians, critics, […]

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Clark Art: Jose Guadalupe Posada: Symbols, Skeletons, and Satire

Clark Art Institute 225 South Street, Williamstown, MA

José Guadalupe Posada (1852–1913) was recognized already in 1888 as “the foremost caricaturist, the foremost graphic artist” of his native Mexico. A tireless producer of caricatures and satirical imagery for the penny press, Posada built his career in an era of political repression and lived to see the profound social changes brought by the Mexican Revolution of 1910.

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Clark Art: Jose Guadalupe Posada: Symbols, Skeletons, and Satire

Clark Art Institute 225 South Street, Williamstown, MA

José Guadalupe Posada (1852–1913) was recognized already in 1888 as “the foremost caricaturist, the foremost graphic artist” of his native Mexico. A tireless producer of caricatures and satirical imagery for the penny press, Posada built his career in an era of political repression and lived to see the profound social changes brought by the Mexican Revolution of 1910.

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Clark Art: Jose Guadalupe Posada: Symbols, Skeletons, and Satire

Clark Art Institute 225 South Street, Williamstown, MA

José Guadalupe Posada (1852–1913) was recognized already in 1888 as “the foremost caricaturist, the foremost graphic artist” of his native Mexico. A tireless producer of caricatures and satirical imagery for the penny press, Posada built his career in an era of political repression and lived to see the profound social changes brought by the Mexican Revolution of 1910.

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