In many ways Mexico City seems as comfortable and familiar as the proverbial old shoe. With over 20 million people, it’s Big City personified and [...]
Author: David Sokolec
There’s nothing like the outbreak of swine flu and a scale 6 earthquake to heighten the senses, and there is something equally inspiring watching a [...]
Being here in D.F., as it is known, I feel like I’m being bathed in an atmosphere filled with internationally focused artists concentrating on exploring [...]
The El Paso art scene, never very robust from a commercial gallery standpoint, is taking some hits. For a very long time now, the Hal [...]
So much has been written about the US-Mexican border, and so many stereotypes and assumptions, artistic and otherwise, have been made by people who have [...]
Dr. Michael Tomor recently became the new director of the El Paso Museum of Art. Born and raised in El Paso, he attended Penn State [...]
Margarita Cabrera, whose full-sized soft sculpture Volkswagen was such an enormous success at Art Basel Miami, has been engaging her audience in a multilayered discussion [...]
Currently showing at the UTEP student gallery is a small show, Fused, which brings together international students, teachers and professional artists with very different sensibilities.
Several exhibitions here in El Paso and across the border in Juarez recently have featured art by women, so it seems a good time to [...]
With its brand new multimillion dollar visual arts center, UTEP has created an extraordinary opportunity to showcase contemporary art in this far-flung community.