Enrique Ramirez/Latin American Encounters no. 1 catalog The time, the spirit, the world Puebla, Puebla: Amparo Foundation; México: RM, 2015 Lomnitz Claudio Latin American Encounters No. 1 series; full-color illustrations
Puebla de los Ángeles during the vice-regency era Coordination Sigrid Maria Louvier Nava Puebla, Puebla: Amparo Foundation, UPAEP, 2016. 225 pages with full-color illustrations
Mathias Goeritz catalog The return of the snake and the invention of emotional architecture Reina Sofía National Museum and Art Center, Government of Spain, Amparo Museum, Banamex Cultural Foundation. 297 pages with full-color illustrations
The return of the snake and invention of emotional architecture Addendum to the catalog published of the occation of the exhibition in México. Banamex, Fomento Cultural Banamex, Amparo Museum, Foundation Amparo.
Garment used by woman in the municipalitu of San Juan Chamula. Traditional clothing that begins to be used from the age of 6. Made of sheep wool on a backstrap loom, each piece is unique, since the tones of the textile and pompoms may vary.