How Mexico's Joaquin Segura translates politics into art
Clip: 09/06/2019 | 5m 48s
Modern Mexico faced profound change 100 years ago, when revolution toppled a dictatorship, and the country has remained in a state of political evolution ever since. Mexico City native Joaquin Segura draws inspiration from the growing pains of the region around him, weaving powerful social commentary into his contemporary art. NPR correspondent Lulu Garcia Navarro has Segura’s story.
Aired: 09/06/19Video has closed captioning.
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