Mexico: Handcrafted Art, Central Region

Mexico: Handcrafted Art, Central Region

by Carlos Hann, Omar Fuentes
     
 

Handcrafted art is, first and foremost, a trip through the extensive terrain that is Mexico, including its history and people, where you can delve into the wealth of its traditions, art and culture, but above all experience how men and women transform their surroundings with their very hands, adorn their clothing for festivals, with a variety of textures, colors

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Overview

Handcrafted art is, first and foremost, a trip through the extensive terrain that is Mexico, including its history and people, where you can delve into the wealth of its traditions, art and culture, but above all experience how men and women transform their surroundings with their very hands, adorn their clothing for festivals, with a variety of textures, colors and forms, use everyday utensils to bring their dining tables to life every day with aromas and flavors, and turn the stones that protect the dwelling places of their ancestors into true works of art.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789709726817
Publisher:
AM Editores
Publication date:
05/13/2008
Edition description:
Bilingual
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
9.40(w) x 12.00(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author

Fernando de Haro and Omar Fuentes, both architects, are the editors of the series Mexican Architects and other books. They live in Mexico City.

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