Enveloped in vivid color, anonymous people in traditional dress represent Mexico's rich pre-Hispanic legacy. Rebozos wrap the women's slim shoulders or are draped across the head against the tropical sun. "This is the face of our culture in Mexico," says Chapis Fregoso, a member of Callinart Artists. "This is the penetrating gaze of a person who has roots, whose ancestors have transmitted their deepest feelings. Each generation continues with these roots, converting them into rites so they never die out."
Titled "Ritos" in Spanish.