The New York Times  – The great cathedral of Mexico City is a visual opera of light, movement and sacred history. And at its center is a true coup de théâtre: the carved and painted “Retablo de los Reyes” — “Altar of the Kings” — by the 18th-century artist Juan Rodríguez Juárez. At once soaring and torrential, the altar insists on your smallness, your next-to-nothingness in the redemptive drama. At the same time, by overwhelming and engulfing you it makes you part of the story. You’re both audience and participant, a vital particle. – read more