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About the Mexican Folk Art You So Often See in Los Cabos

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Diverse, colorful and magical like the land that it inhibits, our artistic input is a product of the natural inclination of Mexicans, throughout the ages, to adorn life with art. Folk art is one of the facets of Mexican culture that most serves to identify its people, a source of pride for the majority of Mexicans and something which we can be content to match against any good produced by other countries and cultures in the world. Getting in contact with this theme implies touching one of the most sensitive nerves of Mexican idiosyncrasy. It is also, however, the basis for a serious reflection on the significance of our cultural past and present. Encroaching Mexican folk art also requires an attitude of social responsibility and of a willingness to support an activity that, for its creators, signifies not just a sublime form of artistic expression but a way of life, in the broadest sense of the phrase. For the more than eight million Mexican folk artists, including the ones who stand out as true masters, their productive artistic activity is essential in that it...

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