The National Autonomous University of Mexico became a UNESCO world heritage site
in 2007. A lesser known attraction, also located in Mexico City’s Coyoacán
borough, is the home of film director El Indio Fernández.
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago produced great artists like Ray Yoshida, great rock bands like Shrimp Boat and an artist’s colony on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan.
In November of 1988, Grant Hart visited Chicago to see an exhibition of William S. Burroughs‘ Shotgun Paintings at the Klein Gallery and Prop Theater‘s adaptation of The Last Words of Dutch Schultz.
The Berlin Wall fell in 1989, and soon afterwards ATW Magazine, founded by Düsseldorf based artist Jårg Geismar, published images to celebrate German reunification.
Toys made of plastic were rare before World War II. Their late twentieth century ubiquity came to symbolize the excess of consumer society.