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Paseo de la Reforma & Gandhi strs.

Chapultepec forest
Mexico City.

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Service hours

Tuesday through Sunday
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MX$ 70.OO
Free admission: Students and teachers international ID card
Sundays: general free admission


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Arte Mexicano del siglo XX.

The first half of the twentieth century is represented by 358 works. Many of the decades of 1930, 1940 and 1950, with authors such as Ángel Zárraga, Gerardo Murillo (Dr. Atl), Roberto Montenegro, Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, José Clemente Orozco, Abraham Ángel, Manuel Rodríguez Lozano, Frida Kahlo, Carlos Orozco Romero and Rufino Tamayo, as well as other members of the Mexican School of Painting such as Julio Castellanos, María Izquierdo ...

Mexican art of the 20th and 21st centuries

The MAM collection offers an overview of the artistic processes that followed muralism and the Mexican School of Painting. We refer to the so-called Ruptura, with artists such as Lilia Carrillo, Fernando García Ponce, Vicente Rojo, Pedro Coronel, Manuel Felguérez and José Luis Cuevas, as well as those who, together with them, fought for a more broad-minded and ideologically free art : Juan Soriano, Arnaldo Coen, Alberto Gironella, Gunther Gerzso ...

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Remedios Varo

In 2002, the MAM received a donation from the Isabel Gruen Varsoviano Collection, consisting of 38 paintings and drawings by Surrealist painter Remedios Varo; They belong mainly to the 1950s, when he made the most representative of his production. This group gathers, in its majority, the panorama of the surrealist immigration of the postwar period in Mexico, next to the pieces of Alice Rahon and Leonora Carrington ...

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Photographic work by Manuel Álvarez Bravo

In 1973, the MAM acquired 400 works by Manuel Álvarez Bravo; they are the most important collection of his work gathered in a museum of the INBA. This set covers about five decades of production: from 1925 (Crown of thorns of Santa María del Tule, Oaxaca) until 1972 (Chozas Chamulas). From this acquisition, the MAM has contributed to disseminate and preserve the work of this essential Mexican photographer ...

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International modern photography

Parallel to this acquisition, Manuel Álvarez Bravo donated a valuable collection of photographs, including 5 images by Edward Weston, 3 by Tina Modotti and 4 by Henri Cartier-Bresson; they belong to the most active periods of their careers. The set is enriched with 19 daguerreotypes, 21 ambrotypes, 6 ferrotypes and 2 talbotipos, plus 5 albums of old photography and one of the few remaining Daguerre cameras in the world that belonged to Álvarez Bravo ...

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Twentieth century photography in Mexico

In 2008, the MAM constituted a significant heritage of photographic work of the 20th century. The 49 works of 23 Mexican authors, ranging from the first avant-garde, documentary photography and photojournalism, to the last decades of the twentieth century, add to the body of photographs of Manuel Álvarez Bravo acquired in the 1970s and make a solid Mexican twentieth century vision. This valuable core within the MAM collection ...

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Paseo de la Reforma y Gandhi s/n Bosque de Chapultepec Mexico City.


Tuesday to Sunday 10:30 to 17:30 hrs.


$ 80.OO MN

Tickets only available at the museum. Cash only

free admission: with credential of professor, student and INAPAM.

Sunday: Free entry


(55) 8647 55 30


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