Susan Michals has written an article in ArtNet News listing the 10 Los Angeles Art Power Couples You Need To Know. I had not considered familiarity with any art power couple anywhere to be a necessity, and was prepared simply to dismiss the article, but
The Totochtli were the children of Mayahuel, a goddess who discovered pulque, an alcoholic drink made from a part of the agave plant. The agave itself is depicted as having 400 breasts, feeding the 400 rabbits, and Mayahuel is also depicted in this way. As a divinity of fertility, Mayahuel has the Virgin Mary beat, hands down.
No, I’m not talking about aliens doing watercolors. There’s an opportunity to mark the historical significance of earth-bound humans, but to do so on the planet Mercury. There are five unnamed craters on Mercury, and the Mercury Surface Space Environment Geochemistry and Ranging Team is