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Our Cities Ourselves Exhibition Envisions a Sustainable Urban Future for 2030

NEW YORK, NY.- Ten of the world’s leading architects show how the integration of urban planning and transport can enable cities to thrive through population growth in a new exhibition at the Center for Architecture (536 LaGuardia Place, NYC). Our ...

Alejandra Laviada Presents Her First Solo Exhibition in Madrid

MADRID.- The young Mexican artist Alejandra Laviada took part in the portfolio presentation which took place in Mexico City in 2009, later receiving the Descubrimientos PHE (Discoveries PHE) Brugal Extra Viejo Award for her series Phot...

Ignacio Allende Flags to be Exhibited at Palacio Nacional in Mexico

MEXICO CITY.- Historical flags seized from Ignacio Allende in 1811 and recently recovered from Spain government received homage from the Mexican President Felipe Calderon and his cabinet; he announced that the ensigns used during the Independency will ...

Winner of 2009 PHotoEspaña Prize, Alejandra Laviada, Presents Her First Solo...

MADRID.- The young Mexican artist Alejandra Laviada took part in the portfolio presentation which took place in Mexico City in 2009, later receiving the Descubrimientos PHE (Discoveries PHE) Brugal Extra Viejo Award for her series Photo Sculptures, in ...

Emiliano Zapata "Rides" to the Chapultepec Castle in New Exhibition

MEXICO CITY.- The landscape of Morelos State after Mexican Revolution and the imprints of Emiliano Zapata will be theme of an exhibition, “Zapata in Morelos”, integrated by a hundred historical objects, among them the hat and clothes that Zap...

Moctezuma II Exhibition Opens and Experts Hope to Uncover an Emperor’s...

MEXICO CITY (AP).- Archaeologists found some of the richest and most unusual Aztec offerings ever in excavations under a mammoth slab depicting an earth goddess and said Wednesday they hope to uncover an emperor's tomb nearby. The seven offerings of st...

Fossils Reveal that Maya People Knew about Prehistory

MEXICO CITY.- Recent interdisciplinary investigations regarding 31 marine fossils found at Palenque Archaeological Zone, in Chiapas, reveal that Maya people conceived their beliefs parting from this kind of vestiges, so their idea of the underworld was...

Mexican Archaeologists will Return to Egypt

MEXICO CITY.- After 5 years of uninterrupted archaeological, restoration and iconographic interpretation work, the Mexican delegation in charge of conservation at the Theban Tomb 39, in Egypt, will begin the 6th field season in September 2010. The goal...

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