The Next Generation

April 2013
Art Monthly;Apr2013, Issue 365, p36
The author discusses the art scene of Mexico City, Mexico. Particular focus is paid to the city's emerging generation of artists such as Gabriel Kuri, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Francis Alÿs and Teresa Margolles. The author also notes the role played by art dealers, including Jose Kuri and Monica Manzutto, in the development of the Mexican art scene.


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