Day of the Dead in Mexico represents a mixture of Christian devotion and Pre-Hispanic traditions and beliefs. As a
Text by Patty Cruz Lopez Photos by Mary J. Andrade Walk through the doors of the Martin Lther King Jr. library,
The subject transforms into a work of art.
Coffee colored earth Is the faith.
And one little Mayan
Everything transcend through candle, in bread, in flower, in hands...
The land grows green, they are vital memories;
Part Two The prepared food for the celebration of the newly deceased in the Purhepecha Plateau in the State
Part One It is a pleasure to let oneself travel down the paths that open up before one’s gaze, especially
In the Mexican capital, death is intellectualized in museums and galleries, it dresses up for a night gala in
The Day of the Dead, also known as All Souls Day, is celebrated in México and in all of