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Plastic Madness Exhibition Expresses Concern for the Planet

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By Glen Rogers More than 30 local and regional artists are participating in Plastic Madness, an exhibition highlighting the global plastic problem. These powerful works of art push the boundaries, delight the senses, and invite us to think about Mother Earth. This unique and compelling art show wants to inspire people to take action and [...]

Magenta Gallery Opening Features Fran Schiavo Works in Encaustic

Fran Schiavo Encaustic

By Patricia Miller The Magenta Gallery will open a new exhibit on Thursday, March 7, featuring works in encaustic by Fran Schiavo. Schiavo moved to San Miguel de Allende in 2005, following a career that spanned corporate photography, graphic design, advertising, and communications. Encaustic paintings are created using beeswax, tree resin, and pigment, applied in [...]

La Huipilista Exhibit Uses Clothing Collected at US-México Border to Explore Immigration

Marisa Boullosa

By Edward Swift Marisa Boullosa is one of México’s treasures. As a printmaker well versed in all techniques, she has won the José Guadalupe Posada award twice, and her work hangs in museums throughout México. Her resume, more than four pages long, reads like a road map of exhibitions in the United States, Latin America, [...]

Poster Art from Golden Age of Mexican Cinema on Exhibit at Galeria San Francisco

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By Benita Gold The popularity of Mexican cinema in Latin America during the 1930s to the 1950s—the era of El Cine de Oro—was second only to Hollywood’s Golden Age. Groundbreaking directors like Fernando de Fuentes and Luis Bunel and legendary stars including Dolores del Rio, Maria Felix, Pedro Infante, Tito Guizar, and Cantinflas emerged as international superstars and are still icons today. [...]

CSEIS Gallery at Fabrica de la Aurora Celebrates 10 years

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By Victoria Pierce Fiesta Décimo Aniversario de la Galeria CSEIS (The CSEIS Gallery Tenth Anniversary Celebration) will be held on March 2 during Fabrica la Aurora’s monthly First Saturday Art Walk. Artists Ernesto Folch, Juan DiazDuran, and Victoria Pierce will be present to talk about their work, their processes, and share highlights of CSEIS Gallery’s [...]

A Distinctive Mix of Furniture and Turkish Textiles Comes to Post 46 Gallery

White Chair and Ottoman-s

By Cyndy Severson Post 46 Gallery will introduce a special exhibit, Colección Nómada, on Friday, Feb 22, featuring a new line of lounge furniture designed by award-winning interior designer, Cyndy Severson. The furniture is being made exclusively in México, using Mexican labor and natural materials. The collection was inspired by Moroccan interiors, Turkish cave dwellings, [...]

Magical Realism and Art and French Cuisine on Order at La Bastide Restaurant

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By PJF Sugar Hudson The renowned Ukrainian-born artist Andrew Osta will be opening an exhibition of his magical realism artwork at the La Bastide Restaurant in San Miguel de Allende this coming Friday, March 1. This is the first time the artist will exhibit his limited-edition giclée prints on canvas. He has chosen to reproduce [...]

Artistically Inspired “Random Read-In” of Moby Dick Planned at La Huipilista Art Space

Moby-Dick

By Gina Hyams Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick is regarded as one of the greatest American novels. San Miguel de Allende artist DJ Barrett is paying homage to this towering work with The Moby-Dick Tree, a sculptural deconstruction of the book currently on view at La Huipilista Artspace as part of the group exhibit In and Out [...]

Essence: A Three Person Art Exhibition

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By Raymundo Lorenz The Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery which is located in the less crowded countryside outside of San Miguel de Allende, presents another intriguing Art Event on Saturday, February 23 at 1 pm. Essence: A Three Person Art Exhibition will feature the art of Shirli Marcantel, Greg Ellis and Anado McLauchlin and this [...]

Maria Ayala Art Exhibit “Enigmas” at El Zaguán Gallery

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By Isabel Pascacio Although, Maria Ayala’s artworks are not conceived as stories, says the artist, the reaction they get is always looking for one—about an interrogation, a certain curiosity about the interaction of the elements that inhabit or dwell within the spaces of her paintings. An exhibit of Ayala’s art, entitled Enigmas will open at [...]

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