Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil
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A storehouse of magnificent sacred art in a former school run by the Carmelite order. The collection includes oils by Mexican master...
Monumento a Álvaro Obregón
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Jardín de la Bombilla
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Centro Cultural Helénico
This complex includes a 440-seat theater for major productions and a smaller cabaret-style venue for experimental plays.
El Cardenal San Ángel
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Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil information
One of the city’s first contemporary-art spaces, this museum was founded by Yucatecan businessman Álvaro Carrillo Gil to store a large collection he had amassed over many years. Long ramps in the building lead up to cutting-edge temporary exhibits and some of the lesser-known works by Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and David Alfaro Siqueiros.