A life full of dreams, magic and art

In those times, during the 80s, the experience was very enriching, we could have contact with a great diversity of audiences. Some visited us as a mere pretext for a family stroll, which served for recreation, combined with dog walking and children who took advantage of the use of “slides” and “up-and-down”.

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Mestiza’s Figure

The word “mestiza” (half-blood/ half-breed/ mixed-race, used for women) represents, for Yucatan’s culture an emblem of motherhood, home, protection, wisdom and history. It is, for many, the representation of indigenous, strong and hard worker woman whose embroideries are worn by many citizens

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CUKA Fashion Show & Art Exhibition

As a joint production exercise, the group of fashion designers: Aura Meztli, Elizabeth Baqueiro and Abigail Comoto, decided to make their collection in collaboration with printmakers from Oaxaca, who intervened the fabrics with graphic motifs, for subsequent use in the manufacture of garments.

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From the plate to the mouth; the art is evoked.

In 2011, Nahualli organized a beautiful event, opening the doors to a distinguished group of Cuban artist. The exhibition consisted of wonderful paintings, drawings and sculptures, as well as sample dishes made by each artist.

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Silence Preys

In 2016, Nahualli, comes out of it’s building to set off the first project of collaboration between Aura Meztli (fashion designer/artist) and Melva Medina (sculptress).

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Wild 9

Abel Vazquez and Melva Medina collaborated as guest artists in the artistic framework that was developed in 2009, at the World Wildlife Congress.

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