Fodor's Expert Review Museo José Luis Cuevas

Centro Histórico Museum/Gallery

Installed in a refurbished former Santa Inés convent, this inviting museum displays international modern art as well as work by Mexico's enfant terrible, José Luis Cuevas, one of the country's best-known contemporary artists. The highlight is the sensational La Giganta (The Giantess), Cuevas's 8-ton bronze sculpture in the central patio. It represents male-female duality and pays homage to Charles Baudelaire's poem of the same name. Up-and-coming Latin American artists appear in temporary exhibitions throughout the year.

Museum/Gallery

Quick Facts

Academia 13
Mexico City, Quintana Roo  06060, Mexico

55-5522–0156

www.museojoseluiscuevas.com.mx

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: MX$20;free Sun., Tues.–Sun. 10–6

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