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Description: First of seven paintings commissioned by Bequest partner Fundación Cultural Armella Spitalier (FCAS) from the painter Daniel Camacho. Painted in fresco, on Egyptian linen, and glued to a mahogany board reinforced by a grid with three horizontals and three verticals to prevent twisting. Representing ‘the market’ in a pre-existing place known today as "the square of the three cultures" located Ricardo Flores Magón Ave in Mexico City. The dealers represented among the God Ek Xib Chaac or “Black God”, circulate among vendors who arrived from all geographic areas, from the south or Mayan area, to offer their products, identifiable by their clothing, physical features and products offered.


Daniel Camacho is an artist born in October 1982 of Mexican origin. From a very young age he began his passion for painting as a means of expression and personal evolution. Daniel studied at the Academia de San Carlos de la CDMX, in the workshop of the master muralist Alfredo Nieto, and later studied in Bellas Artes [Fine Arts] de cd Nezahualcóyotl.

Inspired by the mystical and magical knowledge of the initiatory cultures, he focused his attention mainly on the past and present world of the “Anahuac” Valley of Mexico. It was central to several pre-Columbian civilizations, including Teotihuacan, the Toltec and Aztec, and became a well known site that epitomized the scene of early Classic Mesoamerican cultural development as well.

His work has become a tool to rescue, disseminate and resignify the indigenous identity and pre-Hispanic worldview. With this purpose, he has produced works for Fundación Cultural Armella Spitalier (FCAS) representing different archaeological zones, capturing and embodying the teachings of the ancient Mexicans. In addition to participating in different collective and individual exhibitions, Daniel has produced murals and easel works for private collections with the theme of Mexican identity.

Daniel’s pictorial technique is rooted in Mesoamerican art and in the Flemish school of the European low countries, in addition to the Mexican School of Painting, headed by masters such as Diego Rivera, Orozco, Siqueiros, and Doctor Atl, thus making

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Topic: Tianguis in Tlatelolco

Description: First of seven paintings commissioned by Bequest partner Fundación Cultural Armella Spitalier (FCAS) from the painter Daniel Camacho. Painted in fresco, on Egyptian linen, and glued to a mahogany board reinforced by a grid with three horizontals and three verticals to prevent twisting. Representing ‘the market’ in a pre-existing place known today as "the square of the three cultures" located Ricardo Flores Magón Ave in Mexico City. The dealers represented among the God Ek Xib Chaac or “Black God”, circulate among vendors who arrived from all geographic areas, from the south or Mayan area, to offer their products, identifiable by their clothing, physical features and products offered.


Daniel Camacho is an artist born in October 1982 of Mexican origin. From a very young age he began his passion for painting as a means of expression and personal evolution. Daniel studied at the Academia de San Carlos de la CDMX, in the workshop of the master muralist Alfredo Nieto, and later studied in Bellas Artes [Fine Arts] de cd Nezahualcóyotl.

Inspired by the mystical and magical knowledge of the initiatory cultures, he focused his attention mainly on the past and present world of the “Anahuac” Valley of Mexico. It was central to several pre-Columbian civilizations, including Teotihuacan, the Toltec and Aztec, and became a well known site that epitomized the scene of early Classic Mesoamerican cultural development as well.

His work has become a tool to rescue, disseminate and resignify the indigenous identity and pre-Hispanic worldview. With this purpose, he has produced works for Fundación Cultural Armella Spitalier (FCAS) representing different archaeological zones, capturing and embodying the teachings of the ancient Mexicans. In addition to participating in different collective and individual exhibitions, Daniel has produced murals and easel works for private collections with the theme of Mexican identity.

Daniel’s pictorial technique is rooted in Mesoamerican art and in the Flemish school of the European low countries, in addition to the Mexican School of Painting, headed by masters such as Diego Rivera, Orozco, Siqueiros, and Doctor Atl, thus making


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