Mexico City

“Mexico City, as we all know, is a small town of fourteen million,” Roberto Bolano wrote in , set in the 1970s and one of the great novels about the sprawling capital. As in Bolano’s day, the city continues to host a thriving and cosmopolitan cultural scene. And photographers remind us that the city’s history reaches back much

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