Orozco

[ US /ɔˈɹoʊzkoʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. Mexican painter noted for his monumental murals (1883-1949)
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  • Orozco-Estrada may have been too indulgent of her slow adagio, but her clear vision of the final rondo again underlined a real artist in the making. Vienna Tonkünstler/Andrés Orozco-Estrada – review
  • Orozco fell to his knees, seeking the undepleted oxygen that stays close to the ground; Moland fell on top of him. Earth, Wind And Wildfire
  • Angela Maria Orozco, Minister of Foreign Trade of Colombia exchanged views with over 100 representatives of Chinese enterprises. CFNA sent its personnel to attend the seminar.
  • Atl is one of the key figures in the artistic revolution which led to the famous muralist school of Mexican art, which included Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros among others. Mexico this month - August
  • Gabriel Orozco usually installs his photos interspersed with other works - drawings, collages, and sculpture.
  • Even though arthritis has slowed him down, Orozco still works at his Redford ranch.
  • RAYMOND OROZCO, CHICAGO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE: What I will tell you is that this cost of this event will not be paid for by the taxpayers of the City of Chicago. CNN Transcript Oct 24, 2008
  • This retrospective explores both sides of Orozco's story: one part poet of the ephemeral, one part blockbusting art star. This week's new exhibitions
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