Latin American Art Magazine
The only magazine specializes in visual arts in the Hispanic Caribbean distributed in printed format in North America and digitally throughout the world.
Latin American Art presents an amalgam of contemporary artists, emerging and recognized high career, focused on promoting Latin American artists and their art internationally.
It has been published every six months since 2012 in a bilingual format (Spanish and English), previously known as Latin American Art, published since 2000.
Recipient of the Award of the International Association of Art Critics, Cap. Puerto Rico and Recognition of UNESCO Cap. from Puerto Rico.
Artheorica is a new print and digital platform dedicated to contemporary Mexican art.
Snapshots of events, comments and news from the main cities in the world offer a glimpse of the international art scene. Published every three months, it is distributed in the country’s major cities.
Artheorica aims to promote visual art, its creators, history and theory in a straightforward and accessible style. Articles, reviews and interviews run alongside its major sections which include: “New Voices”, a space dedicated to discover new critics or historians and “Crossover” which maps encounters and dialogues between different disciplines. “Profiles” will feature those art personalities who make a difference to the art scene. A detailed map and guide of cultural spaces of Mexico will also be included.