Sculptor and painter Victor Guadalajara, seen here in the yard of his Mexico City studio on June 19, 2014, praises his nation's program of allowing artists to donate work to the state in lieu of paying taxes.
Sculptor and painter Victor Guadalajara, seen here in the yard of his Mexico City studio on June 19, 2014, praises his nation's program of allowing artists to donate work to the state in lieu of paying taxes. Tim Johnson
Sculptor and painter Victor Guadalajara, seen here in the yard of his Mexico City studio on June 19, 2014, praises his nation's program of allowing artists to donate work to the state in lieu of paying taxes. Tim Johnson

When Mexico’s tax time comes, artists get busy with the brushes

July 15, 2014 03:28 PM

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