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Spanish printmaker Manuel Taure, known for his Mérida-based Graphic Bakery, is the subject of a pandemic-themed exhibition at Galeria El Zapote.
Arnold Daniel Cruz Cetina, better known as Datoer, is painting a mural to honor workers in the health sector. Photo: Courtesy
The young photographer whose haunting, hometown portraits have been displayed in museums and art galleries has returned...
Photo: Courtesy With the backing of consular officials, the Merida City Council cast a global net for its...
Three Merida artists will present three ways to look at glass at an upcoming art exhibit in Santiago.
A Yucatan-inspired jungle has been built in Queens, N.Y., by a pair of architects who returned from a...
Juana Alicia's huge mural at the art school was covered up a few years after it was revealed. Photo: Courtesy
Artist Samantha Michell leads an intimate tour of her show, "Perniciem," in English and in Spanish, at La Cupula.
The mural space belongs to all students, ESAY leader says; others feel an important mural is being suppressed
This year there are 40 artists in 32 studios. Sculptors, painters, printmakers, photographers and more are represented on the tour.
A dozen watercolor artists will gather for a week of plein air painting in various locations.
Cuban-American artist Jorge Pardo and his colorful Centro home are featured in Architectural Digest, one of the most respected shelter magazines in the U.S.
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.
The New York artist Spencer Tunick, who is known for his large-scale nude portraits, returned to Mexico. This time, his inspiration was the sargassum in Tulum.
Andrea Pasos' exhibition, "Transfiguration: Through the Unconscious" in English, opens at La Galería La Eskalera 8 p.m. Friday, July 20. Pasos began her studies in drawing...
On the 31st anniversary of his untimely death, we remember Fernando García Ponce, after whom Mérida's Macay Museum was named.
"As the picture progresses, it asks you what color to add, what else to do, until you lose control. The work flows by itself," the Mérida artist says.