A photography exhibit, “Bob Schalkwijk/Pim Schalkwijk: Territorios,” celebrates two long careers behind the lens.
First place went to Mayra Guadalupe Canche Pacab for her poignant portrait of an elderly Yucatecan woman cradling a baby.
Images of the Yucatecan coast, beaches, sunrises and sunsets; of archaeological zones; of regional customs and traditions — all are seen through the lens of several local photojournalists in an exhibit called “Instantes.”
Five photographers explore Yucatán’s world of handcrafts.
Smartphones in hand, several creative people collaborate on a single online art project that depicts Mérida as broodingly beautiful and vaguely unsettling.
The photographer behind “Heavenly Yucatan” and “Magic Cancun & Riviera Maya” is now offering a coffee table book with a side of Cuba that is rarely seen.