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.
Five photographers explore Yucatán’s world of handcrafts.
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.”
First place went to Mayra Guadalupe Canche Pacab for her poignant portrait of an elderly Yucatecan woman cradling a baby.
A photography exhibit, “Bob Schalkwijk/Pim Schalkwijk: Territorios,” celebrates two long careers behind the lens.