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Contemporary Art Fair of Mexico kicks off

04-07-2011 15:01 BJT

A visitor walks past a sculpture "Der Freund" of German artist Stella Hamberg during the
Contemporary Art Fair of Mexico in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, April 6, 2011. The 5-day
fair opened on Wednesday, attracting more than 90 galleries and over 900 artists from
around the world.(Xinhua/Shi Sisi)

 

Mexican artist Laura Ortiz Vega stands in front of her art piece "You are here" during
the Contemporary Art Fair of Mexico in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, April 6, 2011.
The 5-day fair opened on Wednesday, attracting more than 90 galleries and over 900
artists from around the world.(Xinhua/Shi Sisi)


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