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Kunsthaus Zurich presents an overview of the development of Mexican graphic art

The Kunsthaus Zürich presents an overview of the development of Mexican graphic art, from late 19th-century figurativism to the earliest abstract works in the 1970s. Many of the exhibits are receiving their first showing in Switzerland. The exhibition opens with the 19th-century social satires and skeleton images (?calaveras?) of the internationally renowned graphic artists Manuel Manilla and José Guadalupe Posada.
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