To the celebration of The Day of the Dead in 2021, Casa de Mexico in Spain, in collaboration with Isla de Faro presented a little exposition of Jacobo and María Ángeles. Five xoloitzcuintles carved in copal and hand-painted with natural dyes were exhibited with a mega death altar to go with the departed through the road to the Mictlan. The pieces were displayed on a pyramidal base, the same as it’s part of the cultural corridor of Casa de México in one of the most important moments of the year for that cultural center.
In addition, the now famous workshop Paint your Nahual took place inside the cultural center. This event had a strong answer for those who took the workshop, excited to learn about the tradition of the Zapotec decorated in wood carved pieces.
This showground serves as an extraordinary pretext to continue to spread and show the powerful work by Taller Jacobo y María Ángeles in Europe.
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