CULTURA

TRAPICHE EMERALDS

 TRAPICHE EMERALDS  The trapiche emeralds are unique stones only found in a specific region of Colombia. Due to the environment, this emerald develops a 6 pointed radial pattern of...

GARDENING by Gestalten

"As our lifestyles become more sustainable, so does the way we interact with our gardens and just as ancient civilizations were connected to nature through the land, modern...

CHARRO HERITAGE By Eva Lepiz

The Charro universe is a mix and match of three words: horses, spectacle, and tradition. Music is heard in the background to the rhythm of the horses accompanied...

STILL LIFES AND INTENSE COLORS By Andrew Jacobs

“The light, how they arrange things, their use of color—Cubans make the best of what they have.” - affirms Jacobs Still lifes, intense and warm colors, this is...

DO YOU RECOGNIZE THIS TRADITIONAL TEXTILE?

Do you recognize this traditional textile? Mola is a hand-made textile that forms part of the traditional women's clothing of the Guna community located in Colombia, and Panama....

NOSTALGIC INTERIORS by Rafael Goldchain

Nostalgic interiors of Mexico by Rafael Goldchain Diner, Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, México 1986   Shoe Repair Store, México 1986 Taco Stand, México 1986       

MUXES

Great stories should be shared, especially when they are untold narratives with a powerful and meaningful message. This artistic short film by Ivan Olita, describes "Mexico’s southern state...

YALITZA APARICIO

  "We must find a way to include native language in education, in addition to taking the initiative to know and learn about the indigenous communities that exist...

VICTORIA VILLASANA

“I think color helps us to connect emotionally and I like to look at the past and merge tradition and vanguard. I’m also interested in symbolism and geometry...

QUECHQUÉMTIL

Quechquémitl, a word that in Nahuatl means neck tip. "This garment has as its main characteristic the cut of fabric, whose elaboration dates back to pre-Hispanic times. The...