The unassuming sewer-pipe maker who took the international art world by storm.
Serapio Medrano's Barro Betus
Outlandish creations in clay reflect this artist's bright semse of mirth with life.
Juan Francisco Basulto
Taking traditional burnished pottery to a new echelon, Tonala artist Juan Francisco Basulto is one of the new "Great Masters."
Virtues and Vices of an Antiquarian
An insider's look at the antiques trade in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico with Ramon "El Ruso" Alvarez.
Making The Music
Could San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato be the next Vienna? Maybe, if violin-maker Sergio Huerta has his way.
Ildefonso Goche's Charros
Miniature rough-riders and gentlemen cowboys still trot out of the Goche ceramics studio, thanks to the steady hands of this 70-year-old Tlaquepaque artist.
Art historian Gutierre Aceves explains why Mexico's funereal tradition of photographing deceased children is actually a celebration of life.
From Left Field
A new player join's El antiQuario's team in Texas. Introducing Mr. Charlie Vincent.
Austin, Texas collector Susan Toomey Frost shares her passion for vintage Mexican photograph.
Actor Cheech Marin helps Mexican-American artists take center stage in major museums across the country.
A listing of great events, shows, auctions and exhibits throughout Mexico and the United States during 2002. Make your travel plans now!
El antiQuario Brings Mexican Master Potters to Texas
Join us from March 27 thru April 6, 2003 in Warrenton, Texas for fantastic Mexican treasures!