IntroductionThis course is about artistic styles from Prehistory to the present era as they are known in occidental art and an overview of Mexican art from the origins to the XXth century.
Turn of the Century
Our ExhibitsHuastec Murmur
Fragments, United Continents
The projectThis project was born in 1991, when prof. John Grozik at SLIS, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, taught the group of ITESM librarians how to use Hypercard. At that time, however, conditions weren't favorable on this campus of ITESM. Things changed in summer 95 when the campus Web was created.
The team includes principally : Roxana Farias (photos, translation into English), Jesus Dorantes Rivera , Carlos Luengas, Eugenio Puente (programming, interface), Elvia Barron (french translation and edition), Anne Souchaud de Luengas (design, text, search for and selection of images); It includes also, students and colleagues who gave their time and talent to edit, verify, search, maps and programming: Alejandro Ramírez, Jorge Villanueva, Serafin Tella, Manuel Bermúdez.... and those who lent their images from such far away places as Australia, Greece, New Zeland...The project has become international.
Thanks to all:
Kathleen Cohen, Bruno Mannoni, George y Christine Mansoor, Plamen Blaznikov, Thomas Rocheford, Khaled El sayed, Olivier Reyes Gutierrez, Laurent Alquier, Dr. Andre Bayuk, Andreas B. Syrigos, René Berger, Michael Greenhalgh, Dr. Stones, Royce Fromme, Claudio Forghieri, Wolfgang Werner, Panayotis Samaras, Michael Olteanu, Ross Firas, Rey Cedron, Bernard Bailly, Dean Dherak, P.B. Halsall, Pilar Violante, Suzanne Latour, Martha de la Garza, Christus Rex, Maison du patrimoine, Office du Tourisme, Jorge Torres Nader, Roberto García Escobar, Sergio Llerena, Mauricio Guerra, Diego Moreno, Marina Cominetti, Asdrubal Belandria Pereyra, Gretchen García, Raimundo Edgar, Carlos Arnaus, Aarón Gonzalez, Jaime Rodriguez, Ricardo Sanchez, Cecilia Valdez, la editorial mexicana "Fondo de Cultura Económica", La Universidad de Colima, especially Lic. Lourdes Feria....
FocusThe original idea was to offer a history of architecture: