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Spanning the past 25 years, México Inside Out includes some of today's most significant artists with strong ties to Mexico, whether they were born there, immigrated, attended school or lived there during their formative years. This major exhibition establishes a lineage between the influential artists who revitalized Mexico's mark on the art world--Francis Alÿs, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Teresa Margolles, Gabriel Orozco, Yoshua Okón and Melanie Smith--and those who have followed their lead, emerging as the most recent generation to achieve critical acclaim--Edgardo Aragón, José Antonio Vega Macotela and the collective Tercerunquinto. Andrea Karnes, curator, comments, "Profound intersections course through the work of these artists, each of whom addresses daily life as a vital part of their practice, from the mundane to the serious to the humorous. Their visual and conceptual output is a testament to how local issues often transgress geographic boundaries to speak to the human condition on a universal level."