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Magical Realism from Mexico comes to MOA

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Magical Realism in visual art from Mexico is the subject of a major new exhibit at the Museum of Anthropology. 

It's called 'The Marvellous Real' and it runs from October 25 to March, 2014.

Curator Nicola Levell toured Margaret through the new show, which features the surrealistic work of many Mexican artists from the 1920's to today....including this collage by the iconic Frida Kahlo. You can hear their conversation after the 7:30 news.

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