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Cuauhtémoc Medina (Mexico City, 1965) is a curator, critic and art historian. From 2013 he was institutionalized by being in charge of the University Museum Curator of Contemporary Art (MUAC) of the UNAM in Mexico City. Quite often he is assailed by the suspicion that after half century is past, one is no longer an alternative but part of the problem or the problem itself.

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