Muralism in Mexico represents one of the world’s great art movements. Sparked partially by a trio of renowned painters in the 1920s, Mexico’s vibrant tradition of public art now reaches well beyond its borders — as seen in a recently reopened exhibit in New York. Before the pandemic, Jeffrey Brown traveled to Mexico City for this report, part of our ongoing arts and culture series, Canvas.
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