Ruth Fehilly made Mexico her home after falling in love—first with the country, then with artist Salvador Herrera. The couple opened The Outsiders Gallery in Centro, Queretaro last November.
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Known for her symbolic use of the nude self-portrait, artist Julie Heffernan’s style can be described as a contemporary mix of Rococo, Surrealism, and Baroque, with a dash of the seventeenth-century…
“I leave you my portrait so that you will have my presence all the days and nights that I am away from you.” Frida Kahlo
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Luces y Sombras means Lights and Shadows, a fitting title for an extraordinary show of 45 black and white photographs of 20th century Mexico.