SLIDES

of
SPAIN
and
MEXICO

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Candy skulls for Mexico's Day of the Dead celebration
(A page from a Swiss museum catalog)
 

SPAIN

 
101   The Hanging Houses of Cuenca
102   Street Scenes of Cuenca
103   The Museum of Spanish Abstract Art
104   The Museum of Spanish Abstract Art
105   San Sebastián
106   Barcelona
107   Buildings of Antoni Gaudí
108   Madrid
109   Plaza Mayor of Madrid
110   Street Scenes & Rastro: Madrid
111   Shopping
112   Markets
113   Posters & Movies
114   Food, Ecology, & Other Signs
115   Political & Traffic Signs
116   Post Office
117   People: Weddings & Carlos Saura
118   Recreations
119   Young People
120   Parks & Zoos
121   Nooks & Crannies
122   Transportation
123   Museums & Galleries
124   Artists & Their Studios
125   Sculpture
126   Music & Dance
127   Details: Windows
128   Details: Walls & Doors
129   El Escorial & Santiago de Compostela
130   Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion
131   The Alhambra: Interiors
132   The Alhambra: Gardens
133   The Alhambra: Details & Designs
134   Granada: The Albayzin

MEXICO

 
201   Aztec Ruins in Teotihuacán
202   Anthropology Museum & Flying Men
203   [withdrawn]
204   The Zócalo & Other Sights
205   Guadalupe, Churches, and Processions
206   Guanajuato & San Miguel de Allende
207   Colorful streets and buildings
208   Patios & Houses
209   Mail, Telephones, & Buildings in Mexico City
210   Subways & Buses
211   Foods & Piñatas
212   Flowers, Odd Lots, & Street Vendors
213   Store Windows
214   Restaurants & Shows
215   Warning Signs & Political Ads
216   Traffic Signs, Street Names, & House Numbers
217   Signs and Maps in Chapultepec Park,
218   Scenes in Chapultepec Park
219   Children
220   Adults
221   Symbols of Mexico
222   Places & Details
223   Museums & Folk Art
224   Day of the Dead: Celebration in the Graveyard
225   Day of the Dead: Ofrendas & Pan de Muertos
226   Day of the Dead: Sugar Skulls
227   Day of the Dead: Toys & Calaveras
228   Fiestas & Other Odds & Ends

SUBJECT


 
Advertising: (See Signs)
Albayzin (or Albaicín) Granada: 132, 134
Alfaro, Andreu (artist): 125
Alhambra: 131-134
Animals: 120
Archaeology: 201, 202
Art & Artists: 103, 104, 105, 109, 110, 123, 124, 125, 126-15/16,
    221-18/19, 223-9/12, 228 Also Folk Art, Murals, Museums
Automobiles: 209
Aztecs: 201, 202, 204
Barcelona, Spain: 106, 107, 130
Basque Language: 105-19;
Basque Region: 105
Beaches: 105
Beauty Salon: 213-4
Books: 118-13/16, 119-9/10, 220-10
Bread of the Dead: See Pan de Muertos
Bullfight (Ring and Poster): 108
Buses: 113-7, 115-7, 122-16, 129-12, 210, 216-3
Cáceres, Spain: 121-8/9
Cactus: 228
Cafés, Outdoor: 109, 117-17
Candy: 112, 226
Canogar, Rafael(artist): 124
Cervantes, Miguel de: 108, 228
Chapultepec Park: 217, 218
Children: 104-8, 117-9/10, 118, 119, 219, 224
Chillida, Eduardo(artist): 103, 105, 125
Churches: 102, 105-16, 120-13/16, 127-18/19 129, 294, 205
Circus: 214-15/16 (word: 228)
City Halls: 102-10, 106-1, 121-14
Clocks, 24-hour: 116-17/18
Columbus, Christopher: 106
Conservation: 116-9/13, 215-9/10, 217-14/19
Cortes Español (Parliament): 108-7
Costa Brava: 106-18/19
Court of the Lions, Alhambra: 131
Cuenca, Spain: 101-104, 127, 128
Dance: 126, 202, 228
Day of the Dead: 224-227
Debod Egyptian Temple, Madrid: 108
Details: 127, 128, 133, 134, 201, 209, 222
Doors (& Ornaments): See Details
Egyptian Temple: See Debod
El Escorial, city and palace, Spain: 129
Equipo Crónica (artists): 124
Firefighters: 220, 228-16
Film See Movies
Flag: 204 (Mexican)
Flowers: 106-8, 121-14, 212, 215, 222, 224
Folk Art: 205-13, 212-9, 220, 223, 226, 227
Food: 110, 111, 112, 114, 117, 211, 212, 213, 214, 226
    Also Markets, Restaurants
Fountains: 101, 116-13, 202-5, 204, 219-13 & 16
García Lorca, Federico 126-15/16, 216-15
Gaudí, Antoni: 107
Generalife, Alhambra: 132
Granada: 111, 116-16, 118-9, 121
Guadalupe, Basilica: 205
Guanajuato, Mexico: 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209-4/5, 211, 212,
    214-18, 216-10, 221, 222, 228
Guernica, by Picasso: 123
Guitar-making: 126
Hanging Houses, Cuenca: 101, 103, 104
Hernández, Julio (artist): 125
Inventions, Strange: 122
Job Hunting: 119
Joggers: 215-12, 217-9, 218-2/4, 220-13
Juárez, Benito (political figure): 221-9/12
Lake Chapala (Mexico): 222
Lake pátzcuaro (Mexico): 222
Latin American Tower (Mexico City): 209-9/10
López-García, Antonio(artist): 124
Lorca, See García Lorca
Madrid, Spain: 108, 109,
Mall (Madrid's La vaguada) 111
Markets: 110, 111, 112, 117, 211, 212, 226, 227
Mexico City: 209, 221-15/16 Also Markets, Restaurants
Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona Pavilion: 130
Miró, Joan(artist): 123, 125
Movies: 113, 117-10, 117-11/12, 214
Murals: 103-5/6, 110-7/9, 125-18/19, 221-18/19
Museum of Spanish Abstract Art: 103, 104
Museums: 103, 104, 108-11/12, 121-16/17, 122, 123,
    202, 217-10/13, 223
Music: 126
Native Americans: 201, 202, 204, 211, 212, 219, 220, 221,
     224, 225, 228 Also Folk Art
Nuns: 117-13
Ocumicho (Indian village, Mexico): 205-9
Orozco, José Clemente(artist): 221-18/19
Palaces: Madrid, 108: El Escorial: 129
Pan de muertos: 225
Parks: 106, 107, 118, 120, 121, 125-1, 206, 217, 218
Patios: 121-15/17, 132, 134-18/19, 208
Phillip II: 109-7 (El Escorial, 129)
Picasso, Pablo (artist): 123, 125
Piñatas: 211, 228
pípila, El: 221-17
Plaza de España, Madrid: 108
Plaza Mayor, Madrid: 109
Plazas: 102, 106, 108, 109, 110-11, 206
Politics: 108-7/8, 115, 209-15, 215, 227
Popcorn: 112-14, 211-13
Posters: 108-10 (bullfight), 113, 115, 227
Post Offices & Mail: 116, 209
Potters: 220
Prado Museum: 108-11/12
Pueblo Español, Barcelona: 121
Puppet Show: 214-12/13
Pyramids, Aztec: 201, 202-1
Quetglas, Matías(artist): 124
Quetzalcóatl (god): 201
Quixote, Don (knight-errant): 108, 228
Ramblas of Barcelona: 106
Rastro, Madrid: 110, 120-16
Recycling: See Conservation
Religion: 205
Restaurants (& signs): 110-13, 114, 214
Retiro Park, Madrid: 120, 121
Rivera, Diego: 223-9/12
Sagrada Família Cathedral: 107
San Sebastián, Spain: 105
Santa María (ship): 106
Santiago de Compostela, Spain: 129
Saura, Carlos (filmmaker): 117-11/12
Schools: 206, 219-18 Also Universities
Sempere, Eusebio (artist): 103, 104, 125
Senate, Spain: 108-8
Shops: See Stores
Signs: 111-116, 214-217
Stamp Market: 117-17/18
Stores & shops: 110, 111, 114,
    207, 211, 212, 213, 215, 222
Street performers: 109-10/11, 220-14/16
Street signs: 115, 118, 216, (105-19 Basque)
Suárez, Antonio(artist): 124
Suárez, Gonzalo (filmmaker): 117-10
Subways: 122, 202-1, 201-19, 210
Sugar skulls: 226
Swimming pools: 118-10, 219-19
Symbols: Country: 221; Cities: 110-12, 221-15/17
Telephones: 119, 209
Teenagers: See Children
Tenochtitlán (model): 221-13/14
Teotihuacán: 201
Tepoztlán (village near Mexico City) 205, 208, 213, 219, 220-11, 228
Theaters: 105-18, 110-10, 113, 214
Tiles: 107, 114-14, 116-16, 128-15/19, 133, 134
Torner, Gustavo (artist): 104, 125
Traffic signs: 105-19, 115, 118-9, 216
Trains: 122, 209
Towns: 101, 102, 129, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 228
    Also Day of the Dead, Details, and Markets
Video: 111, 117-8/10, 213
Universities: 121-13, 204
Walls & Windows: See Details
Warnings (signs): 215
Weddings: 117-1/6, 213-13, 223-14 (a painting)
Working: 220
Zóbel, Fernando (artist): 103, 104, 124
Zócalo: 204
Zoos: 116-15, 120-4/12, 217, 218-14/19


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