How Mexico City became a global center for contemporary art

Mexico is a country where violence often dominates headlines. But in recent years, its capital has experienced something of a contemporary arts boom. Mexico City’s annual Zona Maco festival has grown to become Latin America’s largest art fair — and a global center of creative culture. Jeffrey Brown reports on how the impact of Mexico’s artistic surge can be felt far beyond museums.

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