116 CUBA Cuba's Evolution: Columbus to Castro. Kim Buddee. This thoughtfully composed visual tour of contemporary Cuba captures the island and its people emerging from a time capsule through vivid photographs and narrative vignettes that relate the story of the nation’s evolution from Columbus to Castro. But hurry: the nation’s slow but inevitable transformation has already begun. Size: 9 1/8" x 8 1/8" • 145 photos • 144 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-5312-3 • hard cover • $29.99 Havana Forever: A Pictorial and Cultural History of an Unforgettable City. Kenneth Treister, Felipe J. Prestamo & Raul B. Garcia. Havana has always been a dynamic city, and its unique architecture makes it one of the most beautiful cities in the world. In this documen- tary-style history of old Havana, readers are invited to tour the city's buildings alongside its culture, people, plazas, and parks. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 344 pp. ISBN:978-0-7643-5365-9•hardcover•$60.00 PUERTO RICO: SCENES Puerto Rico’s Surf Culture: The Photography of Steve Fitzpat- rick. Since 1992 photographer Steve Fitzpatrick has been the dedicated documentarian of Puerto Rico’s out- standing, world-class surfing conditions and culture. These 160+ dramatic im- ages present the best surf Puerto Rico has to offer. Size:11"x81/2"•160+photos•176pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4195-3 • hard cover • $45.00 MEXICO: SCENES Mexico City: Out and About. Ken- neth & Karen Basile. Mexico City has something for everyone and the elegant parks and gardens captured in this travelogue will beckon you to wind your way through pedestrian thoroughfares, along historic canals, and into the old cathedral grounds. Size:113/4"x9"•297photos•192pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3672-0 • hard cover • $45.00 MEXICO: ARCHITECTURE MexicanStyle,Sustainable. TinaSkinner.Take avisuallyrichtourthroughaburgeoningcommunity on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, and learn how the dream of visionaries is shaping the community of Loreto Bay as a model for the future. That place is wonderfully illustratedhere,fromthecolorfuladobe architectureandSpanishmissionfurnishings,tothe white sands of the Sea of Cortez. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 110 color photos • 112 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2743-8 • soft cover • $19.95 Architecture of Old Mexico. Mary Martin & Tina Skinner. More than 300 antique images take readers through Mexico’s streets and palaces, churches and courtyards. Architects, designers, and landscape professionals will find endless inspirations in images of stucco walls, wooden doors, carved columns, tiled fountains, and more. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 126 color & 175 B&W and sepia images • 144 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-2571-X • soft cover • $29.95 San Miguel’s Mexican Exteriors. Sandy Baum. San Miguel’s elegant buildings display Mexican history and architecture. Tour outdoor living at its finest in extraordinary homes usually closed to visitors. Facades, gates, patios, gardens, fountains, columns, pools, cantera, windows, walls, cupolas, wrought iron, street graphics, construction. Include Mexican details into your next building project. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 346 color photos • 224 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3004-9 • hard cover • $39.99 Traditional Mexican Style Exteriors. Text by DonnaMcMenamin. Over 300 color photographs of beautiful new, old, and remodeled traditional style homes and gardens are presented. From SpanishColonial facades inSanMigueldeAllende, Guanajuato, Mexico, to the best of the Mission and Spanish Eclectic homes, this volume is a must for everyone interested in Mexican architecture. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 309 color photos • 192 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-1726-1 • hard cover • $39.95 Doors of Oaxaca. Devon Fekete. Over 700 images create a portal into the architectural style of Oaxaca, Mexico’s mostcolonialcity.Exploregreatwooden doors, studded with hand wrought iron hardware set in walls of desert-hued sandstone dating back to the early 17th century. The rich textures and colors of the diverse doorways will inspire anyone in search of a Southwestern palette. Size: 9" x 6" • 703 color photos • 272 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2665-3 • soft cover • $29.95 Mexican Gardens & Patios. Sandy Baum.Over325fullcolorphotostakeyou intoa little-knownworldofmagic,mystery, andcolor,behindthewallsofsomeofthe most exclusive homes in Mexico. Mexi- co’s private gardens and patios illustrate outdoor livinganddining rooms, rooftop terraces and shelters, garden walks and sculpture,outdoorfireplaces,andgardens in all the colors of the rainbow. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 320 color photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3267-8 • soft cover • $29.99 San Miguel’s Mexican Interiors. Sandy Baum. San Miguel retains old- world charm as many of its elegant buildings have been preserved. In its extraordinary homes see charming doors, living rooms, kitchens, dining rooms, bedrooms, stairways, lighting, art, and talavera ceramics. Size: 9" x 6" • 360 photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2947-0 • hard cover • $14.95 Contemporary Mexican Architecture: Con- tinuingtheHeritageofLuisBarragán .Sandy Baum, with introductions by Juan Pablo Serrano Orozco, Juan Carlos Name-Sierra, and Gilberto L. Rodriguez. Showcasing the original work of 26 contemporaryMexicanarchitects inawidevariety of impressivearchitecturaldesigns,thisuniquebook hasover370fullcolorphotosandarchitecturalplans displaying works of each architect in a dedicated chaptershowingoneof their recentprojects. Size:9"x12"•363colorphotos•276pp. ISBN:978-0-7643-4602-6•hardcover•$75.00 Traditional Mexican Style Interiors. Text by DonnaMcMenamin.Over280colorphotographs of some of the most beautiful old, new, and re- modeledMexican-stylehomesarecompiledhere. Twelve chapters illustrate beautiful entryways, living rooms, kitchens, dining rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, ceilings and floors, stairways, niches, fireplaces, lighting, and arts. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 298 color photos • 192 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-1693-7 • hard cover • $39.99 Colores:MexicanInteriors. SandyBaum. TheblankexteriorsofmanyMexicanhouses concealinteriorsalivewithrainbowsofcolor. Over300colorphotospresentfascinating doors, interiorrooms,stairways,fireplaces, lighting, ceilings, floors, and details to in- spiretoday’shomeowners,architects,and decoratorswhoseekto livewithauthentic Mexicancharacter. Size: 11" x81/2"•241photos•160pp. ISBN:978-0-7643-3301-9•softcover•$29.99 MEXICO: ART & CRAFTS Saints & Sinners: Mexican Devo- tional Art. CaliforniaHeritageMuseum. James Caswell & Jenise Amanda Ramos, Editors. Over 350 beautiful color photos depict18thtomid-20thcenturyMexican devotional art, including masks, devils and angels, santos, milagritos, retablos, and ex-votos. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 365 color photos • 256 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-2368-7 • hard cover • $49.95 Mexican Folk Art: From Oaxacan Artist Families. Revised & Ex- panded 2nd Edition. Arden & Anya Rothstein. Contemporary Mexican folk art, by prominent artists from Oaxaca, is discussed and profusely illustrated. Includes ceramics, weaving, woodcarv- ing, embroidery, tin work, toys, jewelry, candles, dried flower crafts, basketry, and Day of the Dead handicrafts. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 700+ color photos • Index • 192 pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-2673-8 • hard cover • $39.95 Popular Arts of Mexico: 1850-1950. Re- vised 2nd Edition . Donna McMenamin. One hundred years worth of quality Mexican popular art, including pottery, clay figures, marionettes, straw mosaics, Talavera, clay banks, coconut banks, laquerware, wood panels and rugs, from 1850-1950, is covered here. Detailed information about artists, styles and techniques are provided along with collecting hints in every chapter. Size: 9" x 12" • 397 color photos Price Guide • 240 pp. ISBN:978-0-7643-3284-5•hardcover•$59.99 Mexican Popular Art: Clothing & Dolls. Wendy Scalzo. This insightful study of traditional Mexican clothing is based on authentic dolls made by folk artists in Mexico. With over 550 color photographs, it relates customs, language, music, and folk arts that are wholly Mexican and now its national culture. Men's and women's regional clothing is explored, including serapes, sombreros, Colonial dress, skirts, and shawls. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 370 color photos • Price Guide/Index • 208 pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643- 2887-9 • hard cover • $39.95 Cerámica: Mexican Pottery of the 20th Century. Amanda Thompson, with the California Heritage Museum. Mexican ceramics of the 20th century organized by geographic area, style, family, and artisan. Over 1,200 piec- es, each accompanied by a detailed description, including the artist, style, origin, date of production, and size. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 590 color photos • 208 pp. • ISBN: 0-7643-1248-0 • hard cover • $49.95 Mata Ortiz Pottery Today. Guy Berger. This distinctive pottery was made at the village of Mata Ortiz, Mexico. It evolved from Juan Quezada’s first efforts in 1955 into a business that involves thevillageandnowemploysaround 350 potters. Six distinct styles are presented: black, polychrome, sgraffito (etched), colored, miniature, and special shapes. It includes a fascinating discussion of the bird motif in this and Acoma Pueblo (New Mexico) pottery. Size: 9" x 12" • 236 color photos • 176 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-3470-2 • hard cover • $49.99 Mexican Arts Series: Hammered Copper. Sandy Baum. Introduction by Roy Skodnick. See beautiful hammered coppervesselsmade longagoand today at Santa Clara del Cobre, Mexico, a small town in the southwest state of Michoacan. 393 colorful photographs, an historical perspective, introductions to 540 copper artists. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 393 color photos • Index • 160 pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-3502-0 • hard cover • $29.99 CUBA • PUERTO RICO • MEXICO