Mexico City - Art Spaces

Museo Tamayo

Founded in Mexico City in 1981 by artist Rufino Tamayo. The museum exhibits international artists as well as a distinguished collection of modern and contemporary art.

Current Exhibitions

10 Feb — 20 May
“Artaud 1936” celebrates the poetics of the French playwright Antonin Artaud, his legendary trip to Mexico in 1926, and the influence of his artistic, literary, and life legacy in the American continent....
10 Feb — 06 May
The first monographic exhibition of Cerith Wyn Evans in México presents twelve pieces produced in the last ten years ranging from neon sculptures, kinetic and organic elements, sound pieces, and a series of Murano glass candlesticks....
12 Dec — 08 Apr
“Irradiations of life. Portraits of the Tamayo” is a visual chronicle of the passing of Olga and Rufino Tamayo through various life scenarios, from Mexico City, New York and Paris. Photographers such as Manuel and Lola...
28 Oct — 18 Feb
The Jan Mulder Collection includes both contemporary works and old copies of authors, mostly Latin American. A significant part of the collection is composed of images captured by Martín Chambi (Coasa, 1891- Cuzco, 1973), of indigenous...
03 Oct — 18 Feb
On the occasion of his solo show, Jorge Satorre (Mexico City, 1979) showcases an installation and a series of unedited drawings representing a stalker pursuing his prey. It is a detective story where the main motive is to resolve...

Contacts & Details

sun, tue, wed, thu, fri, sat 10:00 am - 6:00 pm


$65; Free admission to students, teachers, children under 12 and third age people with current ID.


Juan Andrés Gaitan
T: +52 55 4122 8200 M: W: Museo Tamayo