Barbara Kingsolver magnificently re-creates 1930s Mexico City in her first novel in nine years.
It's not just folk, it's fusion. Exhibitions nationwide spotlight a bold and visionary tradition.
Oaxaca's art first burst onto the city's walls in 2006 after protesters clashed with police.
With some innovative – and ludicrous – new prizes, the writer honors, well, just about everyone
Behind Kahlo's carefully cultivated facade was a person for whom art was a lifeline.