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We stopped in at the Museum of Modern Art while we were touring Chapultepec Park.
Although neither of us are true "modern art" fans we did find this to be a fantastic museum. If you like art at all, it is a great place to...More
We made the trip to Mexico City for the purpose of seeing the museum exhibit, Addictos de Remedios Varo. It did not disappoint. It was great! For anyone interested in her work, her life and her place in art history as a surrealist, it is...More
If you enjoy paintings and art in general, then this is the best museum in Mexico City. Frida, Diego, Sisqueros, Orozco, Tamayo, and dozens of other artworks by Mexico painters. The current exhibit featuring Remedios Varo was exceptional, especially if you like Surrealism in the...More
We are interested in modern art so went to this gallery. Thought we might see some Diego Rivera or Frida Kaldo works. We saw amazing two Frida Kaldo works. What we did see however was two other artists that we had not know whose work...More
Yes, the collection is based in 2 historic, old, dated buildings. The 60 pesos ($3 US equivalent) admission charge is reasonable. The grounds and the cafe were also a nice place to relax on a Sunday afternoon. If you have the time and you are...More
This was an enjoyable but odd museum visit. They have rather grand stairs up to the entrance only to discover the actual museum is across the sculpture garden in another building. However there is a very good cafe where we had a decent lunch in...More
I throughly enjoy the museum with many great pieces. It was much smaller that I had thought. You first enter through what I thought was the museum which is a building where you must walk down stairs then outside to another building. There are beautiful...More