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El antiQuario magazine for collectors of mexican arts and antiques


Vol. 1 No. 5

Online articles :

From the editor's desk

Heirlooms Are Forever

Postcards from the Edge of Mexico…
  Real photo Mexican postcards, now is a great time to invest

National Antiques Shows in Mexico:
  are collectors & dealers ready?

Pascal Pigeau's

Under Their Wings:
  The Rockefeller Collection Arrives at San Antonio Museum of Art

Great Expectations:
  Saltillo Antiques Show Celebrates

Postcards from the Edge...
  of Mexico, and from all over

The Last Days of
  Venustiano Carranza

Printed magazine articles :



Viewpoints: National Antiques Shows in Mexico
  Are collectors and dealers ready?

Heirlooms Are Forever
  A tale of textiles and traditions in Oaxaca.

Pascal Pigeau's Kaleidoscopes
  French sculptor and engraver Pascal Pigeau, now recognized as one of Jalisco's most important artists in the field of glass works, tells how he manages to turn light and shadow into three-dimentional art.

The Rockefeller Collection
  The largest collection of Latin American "Arte Popular" in the U.S. finds a new home in the San Antonio Museum of Art

Great Expectations
  The yearly antiques show in Saltillo, Coahuila marks a new era for Mexico in the world of collecting. Collectors can find everything from ancient Roman mosaics to Mexican primitives at this prestigous event.

Agenda 1999
  A listing of shows and antiques markets in Mexico and the U.S.-- A new regular section.

Postcards From The Edge
  Following close on the "collectability" heels of art nouveau designers, are photo postcards. Snap shots of local events, people and places were the most fashionable cards in Mexico between 1900 to 1940. Find out why now is the right time to invest.

The Last Days of Venustiano Carranza
  Loyal President or greedy looter?