• So we’ve got inside art and outside art—a lot of big cities do—but what makes Oaxaca really special is the crossover between the two, and numerous Oaxacan street artists have had their work featured at one of the city’s museums. For example, this dragon lady on Porfirio Díaz was painted by Dr. Lakra, who was one of the artists included in a street art exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art last year.

Photography by Kevin McCloskey

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