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El antiQuario magazine for collectors of mexican arts and antiques

 

Vol. 1 No. 3

Online articles :

From the editor's desk

Chattin' With Mr. Teddy
  An exclusive interview with Mr. Acapulco "King of Swing," Teddy Stauffer

Traditional Toys of Mexico
  

Philosofy & View Points
  Not so distant neighbors

And the beat goes on...
  

Mexico Country
  Style

Modern Indigenous Art
  

Tamale Safari
  

Legend Larger Than Life
  El Catorce

Printed magazine articles :

 

 

Viewpoints: Not So Distant Neighbors
  Mexican newspapers report a record year for artesania exports into the United States

Chattin' with Mr. Teddy
  An exclusive interview with Mr. Acapulco "King of Swing," Teddy Stauffer

And The Beat Goes On…
  Records, musical notes etched on long-playing plastic permanence and sheathed in cardboard cover art, may have vanished from music shops, but the life of the L.P. isn't over yet. Some are selling for thousands of dollars!

Traditional Toys of Mexico
  Made with dreams and imagination.

Mexican Country Style
  Book review-- a new book on the latest designer trend: traditional and indigenous Mexican country furniture.

Carlos Merida: Modern Indigenous Art
  A fusion of modern techniques and indigenous ideas, Merida's murals are still receiving international recognition today.

Tamale Safari
  "Girl reporter" Kathryn Crosby's whirlwind adventures through the shops, homes, haciendas and hearts of Mexico's cities, countryside and people in search of "The Find."

Legend Larger than Life: El Catorce
  Men of mythic stature invariably inspire legends, there is no greater proof than the career the leading folk hero in the Los Altos sector of the Mexican state of Jalisco. The facts behind the myths surrounding Cristero Victoriano Ramirez, El Catorce.

 

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