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Ana Thiel y la Europa

Cáliz I-Chalice I COD

Por Paul Louis Si bien Ana Thiel es conocida en San Miguel como artista local, ella también tiene reconocimiento internacional. Ya con la licenciatura en Diseño Industrial, Ana continuó su formación especializándose en técnicas de escultura en vidrio en the Pilchuck Glass Center, EUA, bajo diferentes artistas del movimiento “Studio Glass”. Dos encuentros fueron determinantes: [...]

La Huipilist Artspace Opens “12×12” Exhibit Honoring Virgin of Guadalupe

Anado  Masculine Feminine

By Lena Bartula La Virgen de Guadalupe is the much-beloved patrona of my San Miguel de Allende neighborhood, the arts district of colonia Guadalupe. She’s also known as Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, Empress of the Americas, and Queen of México. In her pre-conquest identity, she’s Tonantzin, Mother of all the Gods, Aztec Mother Earth, or [...]

Casa Europa Exhibit Seeks to Document, Transcend Violent Events


By Viridiana Gutiérrez Tejeda Casa Europa opens the exhibition Crossing Boundaries, featuring artists Erica Daborn and Donnie Simeone next week. The exhibition is about our role and responsibility for the better good of our society and the future of the world. Daborn’s The Interplay series is being exhibited for the first time in México. In [...]

Open Studio Exhibit Focuses on Representations of the Body


By Kathleen Cammarata A new exhibit of drawings by Kathleen Cammarata explores the many nuances of the body, at times playing with the expectations of the nude figure set up long ago by traditional representational art. The practice of drawing from a nude model did not develop until the fifteenth century in Renaissance Florence. It [...]

Magenta Gallery Exhibit Features Sculpted Ceramics and Handmade Jewelry

Carnelian and Agate

By Patricia Miller The work of sculptor Annie Evans, whose exhibit with Patricia Miller opens December 6 at Magenta Gallery, focuses on human-animal hybrids that show we are but one of many animal species and related to all animals both physically and emotionally. Using animal bones and horns, Evans offers an imaginative leap to our [...]

Dreams of Long-Lost San Miguel

Ancha de San Antonio

By Sheridan Sansegundo Have you every paused, while walking on the streets of San Miguel, and thought “This is so beautiful, but I wonder what it would be like without the cars”? Old black and white photos of the city show a quiet, unhurried place, where there seem to be almost as many donkeys as [...]

Hunter Stamps’s Sculptural Forms Bring Figurative Incongruity to Galería 8A


By Joe Molinaro It is true that the challenge for those working in clay is to discover new ways to explore the medium beyond its own traditions and techniques while focusing on its potential to emerge as a vehicle for visual communication. For ceramic sculptor Hunter Stamps, these challenges are met boldly with work that [...]

Vision Meztiza Exhibit Portrays the Magical in Everyday Mexican Life

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By Alexandra Long Galería Casa Diana’s latest exhibit, by artist Raymundo González, feature works that are a stage for the extraordinary, the magical , the atmospheric, and the nostalgic of México. Vision Mestiza opens November 30 with the artist’s recent paintings. Raymundo’s works in this exhibit center around scenes of everyday Mexican life while also [...]

Artist Andrew Osta Returns to Bordello Gallery


By Clement Sclippa An showing of previously unseen paintings by Andrew Osta will open at the Galería Bordello on December 7. The diverse body of work on display in this exhibit ranges from realistic landscapes to surrealism to sensitively painted florals to whimsical depictions of Mexican life (mojigangas, parades, mariachis, dogs in the park). “Andrew is an [...]

Gallery Atotonilco’s Open House Focuses on Ceramic Sculptures

Aguilar Folklorico Dancers

By Susan Page The artist being highlighted this weekend’s at Galería Atotonilco’s Open House is an example of looking for what lies beyond what people are trying to show you. We might never have discovered brilliant artisan José Juan Aguilar if we hadn’t done just that. We first met José Juan in 2002, on a [...]

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