Power to the People: Mexican Prints from the Great War to the Cold War

This exhibition explores the historical, political, and social conditions in Mexico between World War One (1914‒18) and the onset of the Cold War in the late 1940s, a period defined by great social upheaval and revolution. This tumultuous time witnessed an explosion of extraordinary creative production on the part of Mexican graphic artists.

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