This exhibition is a festive interrogation on identity, roots and the idea of nation, contrasting the dramatic images of migrants that have headlined our newspapers these recent months. After 400 years of immigration, New York counts today more than 200 nationalities. New York, like the rest of the United States, built itself thanks to immigrants issued from the world over....
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