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Mexico’s international light festival, or FILUX, has set its sights on Yucatán once again.
The “Detrás de una máscara," exhibition is made up of 36 pieces of art representing an imaginative fusion of mesoamerican mythological animals, as well as masks and two large painted canvases.
Mérida’s Centro Cultural Olimpo will soon announce dates for an upcoming exhibit, featuring more than 70 works by the early modernist artist Marc Chagall.
SoHo Galleries' “Angels and Other Selected Works” is on view through January in an exclusive collaboration with the Fundación Yucatan Country Club IAP. By purchasing...
Lohin's artistic subject matter ranges from portraits to landscapes and renderings of her favorite model — a donkey named Camila.
It’s no accident that SoHo Gallery’s “Angels” exhibit follows a tumultuous couple of years. “Angels” also follows the gallery owner’s own loss. The death of...
Alebrijes are brightly colored Mexican folk art sculptures of fantastical mythical creatures. Though originally made only of paper-mâché, wooden variations have also become popular since the 1940s.
For Tey Mariana Stiteler, the museum’s Director, MUREM is a project born from her love of Mexican culture and design.
Yucatán’s artistic community is prepared to celebrate the centenary of artist Emilio Vera Granados.
The exhibit, which organizers describe as a tribute, coincides with the 150th anniversary of the birth of pioneering illustrator and lithographer, Juan Bautista Urrutia.
Not long after the pandemic reached Mérida did Spanish-born printmaker Manuel Taure offer his friends little gifts, delivered Fridays to their mailbox. No social...
The former Galería Tataya space across from Santa Ana church has been taken over by the Galería Bernardini.
The exhibition "Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up" is breaking records in London.
Bringing together 19 works created in the last decades his life, "Ricardo Martínez and the Human Figure" is now on view at the Museo Casa Montejo.
An explosion of colors and forms of paintings of three artists are mixed with the colonial style of the Ya'ax Boutique Hotel.
To Alfredo Romero Campos, the hand-painted Pino sign facing the street and fading away is art. And there's a lot more where that came from.
With images captured under the waters of the Peninsula's cenotes, Dutch photographer Lianne Strik captures another world.
A Cuban-born artist, after living in Yucatán for almost two decades, demonstrates his appreciation for the Mayan culture in the exhibition "Caminos del Mayab."
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