Q&A with the Matilda Spa Director about the new apothecary experience
Chef Enrique Olvera talks about the new menu at Moxi
Even though photography was born in the early 19th century, it took over a century for it to be considered an artistic manifestation in its own right. Early detractors of the art of photography claimed that there was no artistic merit in the mere capture of live images through the lens of a man-made machine.
Oaxacan chef Jose Manuel Baños has been earning praise since the doors opened at his restaurant Pitiona in
On January 30, 2012, Hotel Matilda will host a special Supper Club event in support of San Miguel Siempre Hermoso.
This local organization seeks to beautify public spaces by removing graffiti, repairing public fountains, and planting greenery throughout the city
En árabe, la palabra hammam significa “esparcidor de calor”—antes de que estos baños de vapor se introdujeran en las sociedades árabes, la gente se bañaba solamente con agua fría.
Artist Daniela Edburg’s seductive, darkly funny work plays with themes of excess and compulsion, the fine line between pleasure and harm.
Exhibition through December 3, 2011. Come and see the new piece in Matilda’s permanent collection
In their Fall/Winter 2011 collection, Guadalajara-based designing sisters Julia and Renata Franco explore the conceptual base—not the aesthetic—of the Surrealist movement.
As part of Hotel Matilda’s on-going commitment to hosting the best in contemporary Mexican artists, I had the pleasure of catching up with Betsabe Romero on the eve of her site-specific installations for the venue