1. Papel Picado

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    Would you like to learn what "papel picado" is? Come with Pixie Video Production's "Let's Visit Show" to find out what this Mexican art form is.

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    • CREADORES Y DISEÑADORES MEXICANOS 21

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      from Museo Británico Americano Méxi / Added

      CEMPÁSUCHIL presente en la expo-venta "México de mis amores" en el Museo Británico Americano en México Domingo 19 de Mayo de 2013 10:00 a 18:00 hrs ENTRADA LIBRE

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      • Las Muertes Chiquitas (Trailer)

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        «“Los orgasmos, como la tierra, son de quien los trabaja”, es la frase que atraviesa varias voces implicadas en el proyecto, que la artista catalana Mireia Sallarès había iniciado hace más de tres años como un viaje por distintos estados de la república mexicana, acompañada con su cámara y el rótulo luminoso de neón que decía: “Las muertes chiquitas.” La tierra -en este caso, la mexicana-, debajo de la superficie más o menos obvia de la realidad, está densificada por las subjeti- vidades y sus arraigos, conflictos, deseos. Los orgasmos –en este caso, los femeninos- , compartidos o solitarios, catárticos o frustrados, son un punto de partida posible para establecer nexos público-privados, erótico-políticos. El ámbito íntimo de la sexualidad se coloca así a la escena del placer público, mejor dicho, del erotismo construido mediante diversos mecanismos de transacción y control ideológicos, religiosos, culturales. La pieza central del complejo tejido del proyecto es el largome- traje documental que registra algunos momentos de las entre- vistas con diferentes mujeres mexicanas. El estreno de la pe- lícula en el abandonado Cine Ópera de la Ciudad de México, destierra las experiencias orgásmicas de su condición de inti- midad y las conduce hacia un espacio de reflexión y discusión públicas. Lo demuestran las mesas de debate organizadas por la artista, que han vinculado el placer con las luchas armadas, el feminicidio, la transexualidad, la teología de la liberación fe- menina, la prostitución, la enfermedad, el exilio, la pluralidad de la identidad mexicana y el compromiso ético del arte con la realidad socio-política. Lo demuestra también el libro del pro- yecto, que además de narrar el proceso, sitúa las experiencias femeninas en un cruce de distintos enfoques teóricos. Frente al sistema operante -nos comunican Las muertes chiqui- tas-, la tierra, el cuerpo y el placer que implica su construcción, reclaman derechos sobre una participación activa, reflexiva e incluyente.» Helena Braunstajn, Pluralidades orgásmicas

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        • Delivery de regalos | Mi cumpleaños!

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          Delivery de regalos. Simple. Rápido. Lindo. www.tiendalinda.com.ar

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          • The Hitching Post with Jessie Abrams Baca | Papel Picado Luminarias

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            • THE ICONOCLASTIC DEAD - ESTRENO (Por Martha Longoria )

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              Shot & Edited by Martha Longoria (pksmartha@hotmail.com) Live Music by Marimba Sariñana ----- The Premiere of the Autumn Society's The Iconoclastic Dead show (http://www.theautumnsociety.com/search/label/The%20Iconoclastic%20Dead) at Guru Gallery (http://www.gurugalleryshop.com/) (Mexico City!) - OCTOBER 1st @6pm!!!! FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE (http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=143476422403056) PHOTOS OF THE SHOW HERE (http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.573516396947.2058202.56601366&l=...­1f­d4&type=1) VIEW SOME PIECES OF THE ICONOCLASTIC DEAD SHOW HERE: (http://www.theautumnsociety.com/search/label/The%20Iconoclastic%20Dead) Gurú Tienda Galería Colima 143, LA ROMA Mexico City, Mexico ----- THE ICONOCLASTIC DEAD The Iconoclastic Dead is the Autumn Society's first show in Mexico, the first of many we are sure. The idea came about due to our love for Mexican traditions, specially for the "Dia de los Muertos" tradition. In this show, Autumn Society members & special guests pay tribute to Iconoclastic people (dead & undead) in the "Dia de Muertos" fashion. What started in 2005 as an idea for a zine, became a world collective of Illustrators, known as the Autumn Society in 2006. The Autumn Society was born in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), named by Sam Heimer & co-founded by Joseph Game (Chogrin). Over the years the group has grown and spread its wings around the world. Artists from Mexico, England, New Zealand, Ecuador, France, and Brazil have joined the Autumn Society's cause in presenting unique visual feasts throughout the internet, art galleries, events, and in various publications. The Autumn Society will rise to any creative need or challenge. The Autumn Society has worked with world known galleries, groups, and companies like: Brave New Worlds Comics, Gallery 1988, Ground Kontrol, Meltdown Comics, The Mars Society, Toys for Tots, Cartoon Network, Image Comics, Dreamworks, & King Features Syndicate. The Autumn Society Mexico is part of the initiative of expanding the Autumn Society name and movement worldwide. There's hundreds of talented people everywhere, and one of our main goals is to assemble these people together into art galleries, books, and different events. The Autumn Society Mexico is run by German Orozco, Jorsh Pena, and Anita Mejia. The Autumn Society is very proud to have been featured in Mexico, at Guru galeria, for the month of October (2011). It is truly an honor and dream come true to be in a place with such history and cultural richness. In this show you will find special guest artists like: Jorge Gutierrez (creator of El Tigre), Rhode Montijo (Pablo's Inferno), and Alberto Cerriteno (Illustrator Extraordinaire). This was made possible with the support & help of German Orozco, whose leadership and determination has filled this show with special Mexican artists, decorations, art, and music! A special thank-you also to Jorsh Pena for his designs to advertise the show & for bringing some great Mexican talent on board, to Guru for letting us be there, and to Chogrin for his dream & vision to expand the Autumn Society internationally. If you're reading this right now, know that this show is true testament that anything is possible through vision, hard work, love, and friendship. As we like quote the CHE, "HASTA LA VICTORIA SIEMPRE!" The Autumn Society is always looking for new talent & crew members. Please join us @ WWW.THEAUTUMNSOCIETY.COM

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              • Only the Good: Michael Jackson

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                Hand cut vinyl, 2012. Concept by Peter Bugg, drawing by Molly Mendoza. Cutting assistance from Emma Ringness, Melissa Martin, and Jilli Davis.

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                • THE ICONOCLASTIC DEAD PREMIERE - by Martha Longoria

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                  from The Autumn Society / Added

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                  Shot & Edited by Martha Longoria (pksmartha@hotmail.com) Live Music by Marimba Sariñana ----- The Premiere of the Autumn Society's The Iconoclastic Dead show (http://www.theautumnsociety.com/search/label/The%20Iconoclastic%20Dead) at Guru Gallery (http://www.gurugalleryshop.com/) (Mexico City!) - OCTOBER 1st @6pm!!!! FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE (http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=143476422403056) PHOTOS OF THE SHOW HERE (http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.573516396947.2058202.56601366&l=...­1fd4&type=1) VIEW SOME PIECES OF THE ICONOCLASTIC DEAD SHOW HERE: (http://www.theautumnsociety.com/search/label/The%20Iconoclastic%20Dead) Gurú Tienda Galería Colima 143, LA ROMA Mexico City, Mexico ----- THE ICONOCLASTIC DEAD The Iconoclastic Dead is the Autumn Society's first show in Mexico, the first of many we are sure. The idea came about due to our love for Mexican traditions, specially for the "Dia de los Muertos" tradition. In this show, Autumn Society members & special guests pay tribute to Iconoclastic people (dead & undead) in the "Dia de Muertos" fashion. What started in 2005 as an idea for a zine, became a world collective of Illustrators, known as the Autumn Society in 2006. The Autumn Society was born in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), named by Sam Heimer & co-founded by Joseph Game (Chogrin). Over the years the group has grown and spread its wings around the world. Artists from Mexico, England, New Zealand, Ecuador, France, and Brazil have joined the Autumn Society's cause in presenting unique visual feasts throughout the internet, art galleries, events, and in various publications. The Autumn Society will rise to any creative need or challenge. The Autumn Society has worked with world known galleries, groups, and companies like: Brave New Worlds Comics, Gallery 1988, Ground Kontrol, Meltdown Comics, The Mars Society, Toys for Tots, Cartoon Network, Image Comics, Dreamworks, & King Features Syndicate. The Autumn Society Mexico is part of the initiative of expanding the Autumn Society name and movement worldwide. There's hundreds of talented people everywhere, and one of our main goals is to assemble these people together into art galleries, books, and different events. The Autumn Society Mexico is run by German Orozco, Jorsh Pena, and Anita Mejia. The Autumn Society is very proud to have been featured in Mexico, at Guru galeria, for the month of October (2011). It is truly an honor and dream come true to be in a place with such history and cultural richness. In this show you will find special guest artists like: Jorge Gutierrez (creator of El Tigre), Rhode Montijo (Pablo's Inferno), and Alberto Cerriteno (Illustrator Extraordinaire). This was made possible with the support & help of German Orozco, whose leadership and determination has filled this show with special Mexican artists, decorations, art, and music! A special thank-you also to Jorsh Pena for his designs to advertise the show & for bringing some great Mexican talent on board, to Guru for letting us be there, and to Chogrin for his dream & vision to expand the Autumn Society internationally. If you're reading this right now, know that this show is true testament that anything is possible through vision, hard work, love, and friendship. As we like quote the CHE, "HASTA LA VICTORIA SIEMPRE!" The Autumn Society is always looking for new talent & crew members. Please join us @ WWW.THEAUTUMNSOCIETY.COM

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                  • Papel Picado with Kai Margarida-Ramirez de Arellano

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                    Kai makes a papel picado in honor of her great-grandmother's friend for Day of the Dead.

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                    • El Ritual Para la Santa Rosa, Ritual for the Santa Rosa

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                      from Lindsey Cordero / Added

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                      El documental Ritual para la Santa Rosa forma parte de cuatro documentales: Tetralogía del Chamanismo en México. Fotografía, edición y post-producción Lindsey Cordero (2008). Los pueblos otomies del estado de Puela, guiados por Badíes hombres y mujeres, celebran el ritual a la Santa Rosa, que tiene como propósito ofrendarle a la Santa Rosa, la Tierra, el agua y todas las Antiguas comida bebida para agradecerles y pedirles que alejen enfermedades, los malos aires y el peligro de sequías e inundaciones. Por medio del consumo ritual de la Santa Rosa, los badíes entrean en trance, cantan y balilan para revelar el mensaje que ésta les quiere transmitir a "sus hijos". The documentary Ritual for the Santa Rosa forms part of the documentary: Tetrology of Chamanism in Mexico. Photogrfía, edicion, post- produccion Lindsey Cordero The Otomies are an ethnic Group that live in a village in the state of Puebla, México. The celebration of Santa Rosa has been performed for thousands of years, the purpose of this ritual is to ensure the well being of the villagers and ward away sickness, drought and and anything that may affect the agriculture cycle. By the consumption of the ritual plant Santa Rosa the Badis, shaman men and women enter a state of trance performing prayers and dancing all night long to reveal the hidden messages of their ancestors, while the villagers offer food and drink to the ancient divinities of the Earth and Water.

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