Graciela Iturbide, the famous Mexican photography, was the subject of a profile on The Art of Photography, hosted by Ted Forbes. I was along for the ride.
What Lyon is to French gastronomy, what Emilia-Romagna is to Italian cuisine many would argue Oaxaca is to Mexican food.
PART 2 of 2, Part 1
Coyoacán has been home to Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, Diego Luna and other luminaries. Doug Hall focuses on a few other current inhabitants.
If you think Mexico City is an overflowing, over polluted, maize of humanity, it is. It is also one of the most beautiful and cultured cities in the world. I pointed my camera at the city’s gorgeous sights and produced some pretty pixels: Mexico City Lindo.
In Part II of my visit with the famous Linares family of Mexico City, I take you inside the studio and home of the artists. You’ll enjoy an intimate look at a family that has been creating papier-mâché artwork for more than two centuries.
I was given unlimited access to the home and studio of the famous Linares Family of Mexico City. Their artwork has been shown at the British Museum and the Pompidou Center, but you won’t believe what kind of things they blew up on a neighborhood street during an Easter week celebration called the Burning of […]
Having published many colorful pictures of Mexico, I thought it would be fun to imagine the country before Kodachrome and pixels.
I was happy and honored to help support the work of The UCLA Blum Center by giving a license to use photos for a conference on poverty and health in Latin America.
Cinco de Mayo is synonymous with tequila, but do you know how tequila is made? Jdoughall.com takes you on a visit to a tequila distillery.
What do you do if you own a tequila distillery, a glass bottle factory and a centuries-old hacienda? You decorate with tequila bottles.
Four portraits I made in Mexico – un hombre, una mujer, una muchacha, y un muchacho (a man, a woman, a girl, and a boy).
¿Se habla español? Spanish explorer Lucas Vázquez de Ayllón may have established the first named European settlement in the US on the coast of Georgia in 1526. San Miguel de Guadalupe was thought to be near Sapelo Island. The settlement failed after a few months. Georgia’s San Miguel predates the arrival of English General James […]
I’ve enjoyed memorable meals in stunning places like Tokyo, Rio and Milan. But my most memorable meal was barbacoa in the home of poor farm workers near Actopan, Mexico. Actopan is known as the land of barbecue (barbacoa). Actopan-style barbecue means slowly-roasted meat that rests on coals overnight wrapped in cactus leaves in an earthen […]
Rated #1 in the Top 25 Cities in the World*, there’s never a dull day in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. The parish church La Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel looms over the city as seen from El Chorro street in the Zona Centro. *The rating is from the Readers’ Choice Awards, Condé Nast Traveler.
Mineral de Pozos is one of the pueblos mágicos (magical villages) of Mexico. And within this magical village there is a breathtaking secret garden with a secret room. About 180 miles northwest of Mexico City in the state of Guanajuato, Pozos was once a thriving, opulent mining city, but was abandoned and became a ghost […]