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MODULE 16 - PART B (500 images)

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(A16-B) MODULE 16 - PART B (500 images) (images available now; data to come by May 1, 2021)
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This is the second part of a six-part module and includes 500 images (the full module will include 3000 images). Module 16 – Part B provides excellent coverage of the Dalí́ Theatre-Museum in Figueres, Spain. The heart of the museum is the town's old theatre that Dalí knew as a child—it burned during the Spanish Civil War and remained in a state of ruin. In 1960, Dalí and his architects (Joaquim de Ros i Ramis and Alexandre Bonaterra), transformed the theatre into a theatre-museum which showcases the single largest and most diverse collection of works by Salvador Dalí, the core of which is the artist's personal collection. From France this set covers the sober Médiathèque Carré d'Art Nimes by Foster + Partners in Nîmes and the only architectural work of the artist Henri Matisse–The Rosary Chapel–in Vence. From India there is the Jaipur Monkey Temple at Galtaji, where heritage paintings from mythology and the Hindu religion adorn the walls and ceilings, many included in this documentation. From Mexico detailed photographic coverage of another major work by Diego Rivera is provided—the Rio Juchitan Mural mosaic, recreated for the Soumaya Museum in Mexico City. Also from this museum, you will see “The Land, like the Water and the Industry Belong to Us,” a mural by David Alfaro Siqueiros (1959). We round out this set out with additional pre-Columbian works from the Templo Mayor Museum in Mexico City.

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