Exhibitions will display embroidery techniques by asylum seekers, reflect on New Mexico’s first all-Black community, and more.
At least 10 stolen documents that had been illegally taken from Mexico’s National Archive were ultimately identified.
Using aerial scanning technology, researchers found that 65% of urban features today are aligned orthogonally with Teotihuacán.
The Mexican Secretary of Culture wrote to the Munich-based dealer in an attempt to stop the auction of 74 artifacts.
Many had protested Reyes’s appointment, calling for the project to involve Indigenous artists and incorporate their proposals.
“[We] find it inadmissible that Pedro Reyes, a male artist who does not identify as Indigenous, was selected to represent ‘the Indigenous woman,'” says the group.
A new piece created by Mexican artist Pedro Reyes depicting an Olmec woman is slated to go up on October 12.
The documentary/fiction hybrid film 499 uses a fictional character to speak to real-life contemporary colonized people.
The technology is named “SakCu” — a combination of “Sak,” the word for silver in Mayan, and “Cu,” the chemical symbol for copper.
The headdress in Austria is the only one of its kind and it’s not only a work of art, but a representation of the identity and landscape of Mexico that was stripped from the nation by colonial forces.
Yulene Olaizola’s film tries to subvert the tropes of colonialist art about the Central American wilderness.
Ahead of a massive march for International Women’s Day, the palace was covered with names and messages like “Trans women are part of my struggle.”