Issues


Alberto Rojas Calvo recounts the unique qualities of Oaxacan jewellery
Inspired by Adelaide's JamFactory, Diego Vides Borrell establishes an international glass studio in Oaxaca.
Ehren Seeland connects the intensive making of mole sauce to the textile crafts renowned in Oaxaca
Johanna Ángel Reyes writes about an artist from Santa María Atzompa, acknowledged for its millenary pottery tradition.
Fernando Aceves writes about the collective energy of printmaking in Oaxaca, which has reached out to Cambodia to help a devastated country recover its artistic capacity.
Melbourne jeweller Claire McArdle ventures into the workshop of a tinsmith in Oaxaca.
Ansie van der Walt reviews books on textiles of Chiapas and Oaxaca
Jesús Macarena-Ávila reflects on the renewed relevance of Frida Kahlo's iconic work in the work of US-based artists
Damian Smith asks himself why Mexico continues to attract despite its reputation
Yunuen Perez recounts her journey across the Pacific and the feathered serpent she takes with her.
Siân Boucherd follows the journey of a Mexican painter in who recreates her culture exquisitely on the other side of the world