Invisible links, or in Spanish; Vínculos invisibles, is the name of the upcoming exhibition about pollinators and biodiversity in which I will be participating. Do they depend on us or do we depend on them? About 316 species of plants are cultivated in Mexico. Aproximately 286 of the species are related to the food we … Continue reading Do they depend on us?
Among all the insect species that live on Earth, butterflies are probably the most popular ones due to its beauty and colors. Approximately 1,800 butterfly species live in Mexico, and Mexico City hosts around 350 species. The exhibition at the Coyoacán metro station, shows the most common butterflies that can be seen in the Mexico … Continue reading Butterflies of Mexico City, a multicolored flapping in the metro
The amazing of it all. In a city as urbanized and densely populated as Mexico City, you will find a third of the species of the birds of Mexico: herons, ducks, hawks, finches, carpenters, thrushes and hummingbirds, among others. Birds of Mexico City, a symphony of colors, can be seen at the Chapultepec Zoo in Mexico … Continue reading Chapultepec Zoo: Birds of Mexico City, a symphony of colors
Did you know that as many as 58 hummingbird species live in North America? They can beat their wings more than 80 times per second. And when they migrate and cross the Gulf of Mexico they can do it non-stop. Hummingbirds are amazing birds. They are the smallest birds on Earth. Some of them weight … Continue reading The smallest birds on Earth – hummingbirds
Birds of Mexico City, a symphony of colors, consists of a collection of the 80 most common birds that live in Mexico City. The birds are made of wood that comes from a natural disaster and are life-size. The objective of the Collection is to bring the citizen closer to the birds of the capital … Continue reading On exhibit now: the Subway Station Exhibition – Birds of Mexico City
The Jäger & Jansson Easter exhibition 2018 will be held at Marsvinsholm Castle, Ystad, Sweden, starting on 30 March. A Davit Nava collection of birds made out of post-natural-disaster wood will be on display together with the art works of more than 40 artists. The Marsvinsholm Castle dates back to the Middle Ages but is today … Continue reading The Jäger & Jansson Easter exhibition at Marsvinsholm Castle, Sweden
Xico, or Xoloitzcuintle, is Mexico’s native dog species and also the first dog of the Americas. According to the Aztecs, the Xoloitzcuintle guided the soul of his master to his final destination. Xico is also the main character in Xico Travesías por Latin America (Xico’s travels through Latin America), a project founded by Cristina Pineda … Continue reading Xico – building bridges in Miami