Paloma Mora Guerrero is an Art Historian graduated with honors from the Universidad Iberoamericana, México. She wrote a final thesis for University about Photojournalism and Photographic archives for magazines at the beginning of the digital era. She also studied Photography in Coyoacán, the famous neighbourhood where Frida Kahlo lived in what nowadays is the Museum named 'The Blue House.' Since 1997, she has consistently visited and studied indigenous cultures. Recently, she brought her collection of Pre-Hispanic books by recognised Archaeologists and Historians to New Zealand. She is delighted to share this collection and the greatness of Pre-Hispanic Art that inspired Mexican 20th century artists.