Category : News

06 Jan 2018

Benjamín Serrano: Religion, Sex and Authority

After the urban exploration as part of the “Nortec Collective” with its creative explosion and the collaboration with various border artists of the stature of Raúl Guerrero, De La Torre Brothers, Gerardo Yépiz, Ramón Amezcua and Pepe Mogt, among many others; my work after Canal Once has been frequently related to border art. Having lived in Tijuana brought many personal and professional satisfactions. I met Curator Olga Margarita Dávila collaborating for the “Cardinal 5” project, curated by Tijuana Innovadora; a […]

06 Jul 2013

The Next Generation Yoga Alliance

The Yoga Alliance (YA) is the largest nonprofit association representing yoga teachers, schools and studios in the U.S. The YA exists to sustain and support the field of yoga by providing the public with a registry of teachers and schools whose training meets their standards, and by supporting yoga teachers, schools and studios in their work as yoga professionals. Yoga Alliance Registry is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to ensure knowledgeable instruction and training programs can be found by […]

24 Apr 2013

A Life with a Purpose

When Lacy Young asked me to collaborate with her new Blog, my immediate response was ‘yes’. Then, a big question with its intrinsic response came to me: “what am I going to write about that has a relevance?” – about the most interesting aspect, the things we have in common. A Strong Motivation. I have had the opportunity to collaborate with several of her inspiring projects, starting with LacyLike – Organic | Hand Made | 100% Natural Herbal Line, which […]

02 Dec 2012

The Very Large Array

The Very Large Array: San Diego/Tijuana Artists In The MCA Collection Featuring more than 100 artists and representing five decades of collecting, this expansive group show of Museum acquisitions highlights many of the region’s most beloved and accomplished artists. Works presented in the exhibition range from Russell Baldwin’s A Study (1959)—the exhibition’s earliest work, which entered the collection the year it was made—to Glenna Jennings’s photograph She forgot what was important and fastened on the little things (2008), which was […]

27 Nov 2012

The Art of Tijuana Innovadora: Cardinal 5

The Art of Tijuana Innovadora in the Public Space: Citizen Participation, Visual and Electronic Gestures Taking the proposal promoted by the Tijuana Innovadora 2012 movement — to foster awareness of the value of the city of Tijuana and its contributions to the world, as well as a sense of belonging and pride that motivates its citizens to achieve their goals—a group of artists and cultural agents formed by Ángeles Moreno, Catalina Silva, Eric Morales, Gabriela Posada, Illya Haro, Iván Abreu, […]

15 Apr 2012

Mario and Some Simple Pleasures

Pessoa Font featured by Studio Malota Projects Very grateful to Mar Hernández for having sent samples of her stunning piece “Mario’s short story”, featuring the “Pessoa” font. This is a little story about Mario. 
A beautiful gift to wish good things for loved ones.
 Contains a page for personal dedication. Printed in 3 inks / 
Limited Edition 300 copies
 / Hand-signed and numbered by the author. More about Malota Projects: www.Malota.es