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El antiQuario magazine for collectors of mexican arts and antiques


Vol. 2 No. 12

Online articles :

From the editor's desk

Sculptures in Wax


A Nagual in Tonala: Jorge Wilmont

From the Bar...To the Cantina

On the trail of J.M. Asperges

La Cucaracha: San Miguel's World-Famous Cantina

Art Museum Takes Over Ranch Lands


Coronado Studio

Mexic-Arte Museum
  A Leader in Latin American Arts

Einar and Jamex de la Torre at Mexic-Arte Museum

Salsita and Soul

Estilo Mexicano

Printed magazine articles :



A Nagual in Tonala: Jorge Wilmont
  This ingenious artist wasn’t afraid of breaking the rules. Wilmont’s creative approach to pottery design transformed Tonala history forever.

From the Bar.... To the Cantina
  The legends, lore and traditions behind Mexico’s famous places of ill-repute.

On the Trail of J. Michel Asperges
  In response to “Saint... Who?” A mysterious letter leads our research editor to Chalma, Mexico

Sculptures in Wax
  A long history of jealously guarded family secrets and anonymous artists have forced this artform to the brink of oblivion.

From San Miguel de Allende... La Cucaracha
  Check your innocence at the door-- this tempestuous cantina is for the adventurous at heart.

Art Museum Takes Over Ranch Lands
  San Miguel de Allende’s Casa Museo de Arte Contemporáneo- a great idea in the most unlikely place.

  “Howdy Texas, welcome aboard!” ....Introducing El antiQuario’s newest addition.

Coronado Studio
  Through the Serie Project, gallery owner Sam Coronado is helping young Latin American artists join the international arts scene.

Mexci-Arte Museum
  Like a lightening rod attracting untapped energy,this Austin institution pulls in some of the finest Hispanic exhibits in Texas.

Salsita and Soul
  What draws collectors, artists and celeberties to the eclectic El Sol y La Luna restaurant in Austin’s funky South Congress neighborhood?

Estilo Mexicano
  Secret recipies from Mexico’s pre-hispanic kitchens.... (new department)