Cuautla, Morelos

efrren:

#mexico #morelos #cuernavaca #centro #historico

alchemisthands:

Eichhornia crassipes “Lirio acuático”
Presa Cruz Pintada. Reserva de la Biosfera Sierra de Huatla, Morelos, México.
 

fanzineerror404:

Agenda el sábado 20 de septiembre para que nos topemos. Ahí vamos a estar con la Asociación Internacional de la Quema de la Bandera. ¡Pilas!

Cuernavaca, Morelos, México. Calle Hidalgo 14 Segundo Piso Int. 206 Col. Centro. 

Más info acá: http://colectivolapiedra.com/2014/09/zin-amibas-mercadito-de-ilustracion-alternativa/

CHINELOS by DrCarlosAMG on Flickr.

dodochido:

Homenaje de Librerías Gandhi a Gabriel García Márquez.

fernandopalafoxphoto:

Untitled, 2014

El 10 de marzo de 1911 Emiliano Zapata se levantó en armas, uniendo se así al movimiento revolucionario que desde noviembre del año anterior luchaba en contra del gobierno de Porfirio Díaz.

indypendenthistory:

MORELOS, Mexico—A sugar-cane cutter with a machete, 1984.
© Abbas

Ahí es cuando las cosas se ponen serias.

fancyadance:

Mexican architect Frida Escobedo has transformed the former home and studio of painter David Alfaro Siqueiros into a public gallery and encased the entire complex behind a triangulated concrete lattice.

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La Tallera de Siqueiros

dodochido:

Fuck you Time magazine.

The cover of Time’s next issue (February 24, 2014 | Vol. 183 No. 7) shows a photo of Mexico’s president, Enrique Peña Nieto, with a headline that reads “Saving Mexico. How Enrique Peña Nieto`s sweeping reforms have changed the narrative in his narco-stained nation.”

I haven’t read the article, but I can assure you, his government and neoliberal reforms are definitely not “saving” Mexico. They may help the economy from a macro and capitalist perspective, but they don’t help the middle and lower classes and only worsen the social inequality among the population.

Also, the violence wave that’s been sweeping the country since 2006 and the war against the narco has not improved during his government. It looks more like the situation is slipping away from its grasp, like in the case of the sate of Michoacan.

So he’s not fucking saving anyone. 

Any case, I like this alternative cover by Mike Sandoval better.

San Antón on Flickr.