Antonio Berni: “Realismo social”.-

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Antonio Berni began in 1934 to show the social problems of the 30s.

Of that year are his works: Unemployed and Manifestation.

  

 

In Manifestation, the workers and their family ask for bread and work, in their eyes, there is no hate, there is no revenge, but there is anxiety. Painting gives a feeling of unity, of strength. The painter shows the terrible reality, but also the hope aspires to find the solution.

In Unemployed, the image of the boy in the foreground is highlighted. There is a resignation in the figures in the background. Someone is thoughtful, like the one in the red pullover, which very much resembles his self-portrait.-

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Antonio Berni: “Realismo social”:

Antonio Berni comenzó en 1934 a mostrar la problemática social de la década del 30.

De ese año son sus obras: DesocupadosManifestación.

  

 

En Manifestación, los obreros y su familia piden pan y trabajo, en sus ojos no hay odio, no hay revancha, pero sí hay ansiedad. La pintura da sensación de unidad, de fuerza. El pintor muestra la terrible realidad, pero también la esperanza, aspira a que se encuentre la solución.

En Desocupados, se destaca la imagen del muchacho en un primer plano. Hay resignación en las figuras del fondo. Alguno está pensativo, como el del pullóver rojo, que mucho se parece a su autorretrato.-

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Link: http://www.oni.escuelas.edu.ar/olimpi98/JuanitoyRamona/el3.htm

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