A bright red wall dominates the Museum of International Folk Art’s Gallery of Conscience. Against it rests a Plexiglas-covered psikelekedana—a traditional softwood carving made from wood of the cashew nut tree.
Shortly after SFR’s much-hullaballooed 2013 Summer Guide hit the stands, Alma López started getting phone calls. A veteran of “sacrilegious” art, López made an indelible mark on the local scene in 2001...
“There already has been,” Johnny Depp tells SFR when asked if he worried
about possible repercussions from his portrayal of Tonto on the big
screen—a move some might consider a red version of blackface.