The Jumex Museum in Mexico City

Jumex Contemporary Museum

Have you already visited the curious Mummy Museum? Did you enter theFrida Kahlo Museum, the former home of the Mexican artist, now a national heritage site?

If you have done these activities and you want to continue exploring areas full of art in Mexico City, we bring you another cultural plan: the Jumex Museum.

The Jumex Museum and its architecture

Museo Jumex and its This particular platform was born in 2013 under the umbrella of Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo, bringing culture and art closer to all those interested in the subject. The building was the first design in Latin America by British architect David Chipperfield, who used domestic materials for its creation.

Here different exhibitions and research are shown to a variety of audiences, promoting interest in contemporary art. This is achieved through the different artistic creations exhibited in unique rooms and spaces divided into five levels, which are: the second floor, the levels where the galleries are located, the terrace and the basement, among others.

Current exhibitions at Museo Jumex

  • Exposiciones normales, insite: actos de habla
  • Regular exhibitions: Tania Candiani, the restorer
  • Regular exhibitions: contemporary art in Mexico
  • Gonzalo Lebrija: A Brief History of Time
  • Jumex Collection: Room temperature
  • Sofía Táboas: Thermal Range

To be able to carefully observe all the proposals that are seeing the light, we advise you to be attentive to their social networks and website to not miss any exhibition.

Jumex Museum at Home

  1. Events
  2. Playlist
  3. Interviews
  4. Guided tours
  5. Activities for children and adults
  6. Browse collections

One of its great attractions are the activities and events that take place online, allowing you to participate in the different proposals of the organizers to live the experience as much as possible.

In addition, on its website you can discover publications, videos and the different booklets included in its library. In these sections, the Jumex Foundation enables interaction with the artistic material, while learning about the different past and present creations.

Museo Jumex: entrance fees

Currently, admission to the public is free of charge, which includes lockers to store personal belongings. Due to the situation at Covid-19, guided tours are cancelled even for school groups.

However, the rules that appear on its official website to be able to book upcoming guided tours will require prior reservation and confirmation from the museum. Get informed regularly if you want to be eligible for this experience tomorrow.

Jumex Museum: opening hours

Regular hours for the public are Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 AM to 17:00 PM, however, guided tours for schools or organized groups will be held from 10:00 AM to 19:00 PM (when available). The cafeteria is open until 18:00 PM.

A different kind of museum: MUSA

If you have not yet seen pictures of the impressive underwater sculptures of MUSA, we encourage you to book a room at the Oasis Group hotels in Cancunand do not miss this unforgettable adventure. Dive to the depths of the underwater art museum in Cancun to observe different marine species and corals. You will be surprised.

About the Author
Patu Soto | Me gradué en Periodismo por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Durante estos años, he podido desarrollarme como periodista y fotógrafa amateur en el periódico El Ibérico ubicado en Londres. También he colaborado y publicado tanto artículos escritos como reportajes fotográficos en varios medios digitales. Tuve la oportunidad de desempeñar labores de Community Manager en el centro cultural japonés Sakigake en Madrid. Actualmente colaboro como Redactora SEO para Oasis Hoteles & Resorts, con sede en Cancún. En mis ratos libres sigo formándome, aprendiendo y conociendo más acerca del mundo digital en general y de los RRHH en particular. Si quieres conocer mi trabajo un poco más, conecta conmigo en mi Linkedin.

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