Museo Textil de Oaxaca
Museo Textil de Oaxaca
Museo Textil de Oaxaca
Erasto "Tito" Mendoza Ruiz
Tienda Q
Black Box
Baules de Juanacata
Contemporary Textiles from Ancient Oaxacan Traditions

Oaxaca de Juárez, Oaxaca

Museo Textil de Oaxaca
Address: Hidalgo 917, Col. Centro, Oaxaca de Juárez, Oaxaca, Mexico
Phone: (951) 501-1617, 501-1104
E-mail: anapaula@museotextildeoaxaca.org.mx, info@museotextildeoaxaca.org.mx
Web site: www.museotextildeoaxaca.org.mx

Today the Textile Museum of Oaxaca is a small institution, both in physical size and in the size of our staff. As a team of nineteen professional, committed to the public and pleased to promote the research, conservation, study, diffusion, exhibition, and appreciation of textiles, we are always taking into account the responsibility we have in the task of encouraging education, culture and social ethics.


Tienda Q
Address: M. Brave # 109 Col. Centro; Oaxaca de Juárez, Oaxaca, Mexico
Phone: (951) 51 4 88 80
E-mail: tienda_q@prodigy.net.mx
Tienda Q is a gallery and store for utilitarian art where one finds everyday objects designed by artists and craft producers, objects whose style makes them unique. One can find beauty in the simplicity of one's space and in the exclusive use of one's possessions. Full of possibilities, day by day they contribute new ideas for continued growth and choices.


Erasto "Tito" Mendoza Ruiz
Business name: El Nahual
Specialty: Tapestries woven on a floor loom
Address: 5 De Mayo #402-A, Oaxaca de Juárez Centro, Oaxaca 68000 Mexico; Iturbide #2, Teotitlan del Valle ,Oaxaca, Mexico
Phone: 951-133-6290; 951 5164202
E-mail: elnahual75@prodigy.net.mx or lili_santi2@yahoo.com.mx
Business concept: A very fine warp and complex designs, patience and dedication–all are are combined to arrive at the success of my tapestries.
El Nahual is a sales gallery for popular and contemporary art, which exhibits works by recognized and prize-winning artists, from Mexico as well as other countries. For us, the quality of the work we sell is very important, because with it we are representing our state and its crafts. Among other things, we carry black and polychrome pottery, worked tin pieces, and backstrap loom woven textiles, plus crafts from such places as San Miguel de Allende, Puebla, Chiapas, Guerrero. We are exclusive sellers of the tapestries and rugs of Maestro Erasto Mendoza.