Category Archives: Inspired by Mexico

This is an ongoing series called Inspired by Mexico, which shares responses to the question: “How does Mexico City, or Mexico in general, inspire your life’s work?”

Inspired by Mexico: Doctor Corso

Doctor Corso is a painter who combines historical painting techniques with a contemporary rhetoric that is influenced by art therapy, dreams, and the power of color in triggering emotions. He also conducts research in the field of applied creativity. See … Continue reading

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Inspired by Mexico: Mocre

Mocre is a visual artist who transforms organic shapes into geometric patterns. Follow him on Facebook and Instagram.  Living in a grand city, sparks of inspiration fly out from everywhere. I can find the pull listening to the radio, on … Continue reading

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Inspired by Mexico: Elena Fortes

Elena is director of Ambulante, a non-profit organization that works to support and promote documentary film in Mexico as a tool of cultural and social transformation. For me, Mexico is a constant source of inspiration. The chaos and the crisis, which … Continue reading

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