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Artists Create Dictionary of Mexico City

Thursday, March 16, 2006

The city in which a person lives is a key to his or her identity. It's an easy way to tell someone who you are and who you aren't. A new exhibit in New York from Mexico City probes how residents of large cities create this identity and provides a glimpse into how 28 million lives are lived every day. WNYC's Collin Campbell reports.

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