Cars inspire Mexican artist’s show with a green message
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Mexican visual artist Betsabee Romero used cars to create installations for “A vuelta de rueda (Driving slowly),” an outdoor exhibition in Mexico City that has a decidedly green feel to it.
Romero’s installations in the Atrio de San Francisco, an open-air plaza in the heart of downtown, include an old VW combi covered in green plants and a car coated with traditional Mexican tiles.
Watch the artist explain the motives behind her work in the video above.
-- Deborah Bonello in Mexico City
Video: Deborah Bonello