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Sadly, the Art Center of the Ortiz-Gurdian Foundation has ceased all operations amid the current political strife. According to a July 15, 2018 statement the Art Center "will remain closed until safety has been restored to allow a healthy environment of development of local tourism”.
This is an oasis of art and culture in the middle of infernal Leon (heat index 105 degrees). There are impressive art pieces dating back to the 16th century, and through modern times, from Latin America and the world. These 5 houses are linked and...More
The collection of art from ancient to modern is super impressive! We were some of the only people the museum which made the experience very intimate. I really enjoyed seeing unknown to me Central and South American artist, the collection of Nicaraguan pottery also amazing,...More
I was really impressed by the size of their collection. I've been twice and feel like I could go again since there is so much to see. The museum is housed in several gorgeous colonial houses which are also fun to admire if you love...More
Next to hotel el convento ,belonging to the same foundation.
An amazing museum, Picasso,Wharholl!many us contemporary artist as well as a great collection of central and South American artist. Never knew that Jasper John painted an American flag with green stripes
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I think there may be 1 or 2 steps to come into the building..but I don't remember exactly. Otherwise the halls are pretty flat and there shouldn't be any steps inside. Only ground floor. There are guards everywhere (every... More
I think there may be 1 or 2 steps to come into the building..but I don't remember exactly. Otherwise the halls are pretty flat and there shouldn't be any steps inside. Only ground floor. There are guards everywhere (every room) and they will certainly help. The guards are quite polite.