I’m not really an art buff, but there were some amazing works of art here. Be sure to walk the entire yard, you will find some hidden treasures. Definitely worth the time.
About Museum of Modern Art (Museo de Arte Moderno)
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It's a nice building but were rather surprised to see a historical Indian/ Nepali door display and a whole section hosting ancient artefacts. Was somewhat disappointed as we were expecting to see "Modern Art".
Second time to this museum and well worth the trip as many new works on display plus a couple of really good temporary exhibitions (one featuring Rufino Tamayo work which was handy as his museum down the way had very little of his work!) The...More
I went with my kids, brother and a friend on July 2017. I liked the architecture of the museum and many of the sculptures, but not all of them. I saw the exposition "Analogías Escultóricas", that compares the work of Hans Arp with other avant-garde...More
When this museum opened it was one of the most "avant guarde" buildings of its times with its use of light and curved structures and thus well suited for sculptural works. The museum has permanent sculptural section apart from having an outdoor garden with sculptures...More
If you want to know about modern Mexican art, this is the place. All the greats of the last 100 years are there and its topical exhibitions enlarge its permanent collection. At the time of this writing, there is a great Tamayo exhibition going on....More
The entry fee is a bit steep (60 pesos) for the caliber of the collection, but I got in for free with my student ID, so I can't really complain. It was a hassle to get in to the museum as the official ticket person...More
This smaller museum can be seen in about an hour. It has six main exhibits, four large, two small. Monstruosismos exhibit was very unusual and interesting. The central atrium skylight is a great photo op! It is an easy 5 minutes from the Museum of...More
The grounds are lovely with the various sculptures scattered about. Just have to say unless you're a diehard fan of modern art don't bother with the interior gallery. .Luckily there was an exhibit of Shoemaker designs in wood that made the visit worthwhile but it...More