Mexico City, A Contemporary Art Town

It’s very late on Friday night. We are an hour behind Miami. We started at 10am and got back to our room just before midnight. The group we are with just headed off to a jazz club. Eliot and I can’t wait to climb into bed.

Yes, the group is much younger than us. They are VC’s, analysts and lawyers. They all love art and spend their life collecting and traveling. They have a sophistication that I wish I had at their age.

I think it comes from being involved in the art world. Through art you get involved with people from all over the globe and you really learn to appreciate their different cultures. I wish most people had the opportunity to do this. We would all be living a happier life in peace and harmony.

You don’t have to know a thing about art to appreciate it. You buy what you like. Mexico City is a major hub for contemporary art. We have met so many people from all over the world who have transplanted themselves here because this is where the action is for building a reputation, networking, and having your work seen on a global basis.

Put it on your bucket list.

4 thoughts on “Mexico City, A Contemporary Art Town

  1. Nice work. We bought a couple wonderful prints, etc. in MC years ago and elsewhere in Mexico. I should put some of them back on the walls (when I find them). Always glad to see you enjoying it.

  2. I went to Mexico City a couple of years ago for work. I was amazed at the city. Art is everywhere, just all over the city, publicly. I loved it so much and can’t wait to go again.

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