Che Guevara in the Metro

The Barranca del Muerto metro station has a rotating art exhibit which I pass on my way to and from ITAM.  This month’s exhibit is a series of pictures and poems about Che Guevara, as part of a small series of events around Mexico City commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Cuban revolution.  The exhibit isn’t extensive, but it has a nice series of pictures of Che (1958-1964) and the poems make for interesting reads.  Even slowly, taking a look through all of the displays takes about 10 minutes, which made for a brief pause in today’s commute home.

The exhibit is on the southbound/terminal side, just inside the fare gates.

 

México, D.F.

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