Soul-stirring Spanish American art is finally being awarded center stage status in North American museums — and it’s sensuous and rapturous.
Category Archives: Mexico
Mattel’s doll is modeled after the Mexican artist, but some say the likeness is off and a family member says the company does not have rights to her image.
Tatiana Bilbao brings empathy to the task of designing low-cost housing, overturning convention as a result
In his memoir, “The Line Becomes a River,” Francisco Cantú argues that he needed to be a Border Patrol agent to understand immigration.
Christoph Büchel, the artist provocateur, proposes protecting the border wall prototypes as a national monument because they “talk so much about our history.”
A radiant Guggenheim exhibition grounds the proto-Minimalist abstract paintings of Josef Albers in the geometric grandeur of Mesoamerican monuments.
“Coco” has passed $100 million in total grosses. “The Disaster Artist” opened strongly in limited release.
Cristóbal de Villalpando’s Baroque altarpiece hasn’t left Puebla, Mexico, since 1683. It’s now at the Met, and it’s overpowering.
The pioneering Mexican band’s new record, “Jei Beibi,” is filled with experimentation.
Alan and Trudy Goldberg have spent a lifetime together collecting art in Mexico. Now their finds are bound for the new Mexican Museum in San Francisco.