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Conservative NY Times Columnist Remembers His Freewheeling, Sexually Confident, Multiply Married Modernist Painter Grandmother (Who Had Diego Rivera For A Lover)

Bret Stephens pays tribute to Annette Nancarrow (the composer Conlon was the third of her four husbands), a genteel, well-to-do Manhattan Jewish girl who ran off to Mexico City, became besties with Anaïs Nin, painted a mural alongside José Clemente Orozco, watched Diego and Frida fight, and judged Leon Trotsky’s clothes. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, People, Mexico City, Manhattan, Diego Rivera, Diego, Anais Nin, Bret Stephens, Leon Trotsky, Conlon, Frida, Jose Clemente Orozco, 03.21.20, Conservative NY Times, Annette Nancarrow

Google Digitizes and Puts Online a Vast Archive of Latino Artworks and Artifacts

You can't understand human culture in the 21st century without understanding American culture, and as anyone who's spent time in most any major U.S. city knows, you certainly can't understand American culture without understanding Latino culture. I write this while traveling in Los Angeles, a city that makes that point with particularly impressive force, but just a few moments with an overview of Latino art will underscore the vitality it has provided America, and thus the world. You cou...
Tags: Google, Art, California, College, La, America, Los Angeles, History, Detroit, Seoul, Google Cultural Institute, Diego Rivera, Miami Dade College, Facebook Twitter, Rivera, Detroit Institute of Arts

Mexico City's historic district

The historic district is one of the most exciting areas to explore in Mexico City. It is the heart and soul of this megalopolis and should be the starting point for visitors. There are hundreds of things to see in Mexico City’s historic center, so it is not humanly possible to check them all off your list in one single trip (we’ve tried and it was tough). To make things easier for you, here are the top 9 things you shouldn’t miss in CDMX. 1. Palacio de Bellas Artes Photo: Rulo Luna The mag...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, Mexico City, Rwanda, All, Diego Rivera, Regina, Aztecs, Garibaldi, National Palace, Mora, La Azotea, Jose Clemente Orozco, Seminario, Rulo Luna, Barrio Alameda

Guadalajara city guide: what to do, plus the best bars, restaurants and hotels

Visitors often overlook Mexico’s second city but it is both cosmopolitan and – as capital of the state where tequila and mariachi originate – quintessentially MexicanFar from Mexico’s well-trodden tourist trail, the colonial city of Guadalajara is one of this vast nation’s most overlooked destinations. In the western state of Jalisco, Guadalajara is Mexico’s second-largest metropolis, and the birthplace of two of its most emblematic exports: tequila and mariachi music. It is sunnier and less ove...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, Unesco, Mexico City, City Breaks, Mexican food and drink, Cultural Trips, Guadalajara, Mexico Holidays, Jose Clemente Orozco, Jalisco Guadalajara, Mercado San Juan de Dios Latin America, Hospicio Cabañas, Zapopan

Downtown Mexico City bucket list

The Historic Center is the heart of Mexico City, the starting point for anyone who wants to discover this destination — and a place that never stops surprising us, no matter how many times we have been here. In this area of ​​the Mexican capital there are hundreds of things to do, but definitively there are some experiences that no one should miss. 1. Grab a drink in a cantina that’s been open for over 100 years. Photo: La Opera A concept similar to a “cantina” began to appear in Mexico so...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, Mexico, Mexico City, Luna, Centro, Diego Rivera, National Palace, Mora, Chaya, La Azotea, Porfirio Díaz, Sanborns, El Gallo, Jose Clemente Orozco, Madero

Video: What to do in Guadalajara

The purple jewel-toned jacaranda trees were bursting all over the city making it look like a water coloring painting you might find at one of the Mexican markets. It was early spring in Guadalajara and a perfect time to visit. Historically known for tequila and mariachi music, Guadalajara is Mexico’s second largest city. But today, it’s so much more than that. Trendy restaurants and shops line the streets in walkable and charming districts like Colonia Americana and Colonia Lafayette. Mod, b...
Tags: Travel, Video, Mexico, Guadalajara, Unesco World Heritage Site, Lucha Libre, Trendy, Jose Clemente Orozco, Casa Fayette, Tlaquepaque, Colonia Americana, Colonia Lafayette Mod, Casa Fayette Hotel, Guadalajara Guadalajara, Instituto Cultural de Cabañas, Mercado Libertad

Puerto Vallarta Mx April 16th to 23rd (Jose Clemente Orozco # 131) $800 2bd 2000ft 2

Plaza Pelicanos Grand Beach Resort Resort Address: Jose Clemente Orozco # 131 Zona Hotelera Las Glorias Puerto Vallarta, JA, 48351 / South end of hotel zone close to Romantica Zone Size: 2 Bedrooms / Sleeping Capacity: 6 / Bathrooms: 3 Check-In [...]
Tags: Jose Clemente Orozco, Zona Hotelera Las Glorias Puerto Vallarta JA