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About the exhibition
During the thirties and forties, many artists reacted to abstract styles approved by American contemporary society, rejecting non-objective art as “not American.” Taking into account representative methods, artists on both sides of the border invent new variations for their self-expression. The styles that have turned out in the United States are called differently: the American scene, regionalism and social realism.

The exhibition features works by famous artists, including Diego Rivera, Alfredo Ramos Martínez, Carlos Merida, Doris Rosenthal and others.
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